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Candace R Keene answered:
There wasn't an option to add more characters, but the home was listed over 200 days ago and the only terms they've listed are Cash/Conventional and selling as-is.

Because it's in a remote area, with very few comps, is on 8 acres, is a manufactured home, and was built before 1972, the Mortgage Broker told me to just move on.

I really like the esthetic of the home and want to make sure I've exhausted all options first.

As the seller is likely having issues with potential buyers receiving loans, I'd like to propose an Owner Financing option. What would the first step be? Do I work with a relator who has experience, go through a real estate attorney. I couldn't find any recent price history, so I don't know if they have an existing loan or own it outright.

Thanks for any advise or referrals!
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Mindy Mindy answered:
Analyze the property using a rental property calculator. Search online for: biggerpockets rental property calculator. The math doesn’t lie.
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John Luther answered:
Try the USDA Rural Development Direct Loan Program.
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John Juarez answered:
Sorry, Angel. I don't see a link to the property in question so I cannot answer your question.
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Ib24k answered:
The question is about commercial property not residential. In commercial the listing agent is paid by the seller and shares nothing with the buyers agent if any. The buyers agent must negotiate a separate commission or fee paid by the buyers in addition to the cost of the property. Before financial information is disclosed you will be required to sign a non disclosure and commission agreement with the buyers agent stating such or no information will be provided. The buyer has no control over the listing agents commission as it is already contracted and included in the price. The buyers agent usually will charge 2 to 5 % and in addition to providing financial info on the property will hopefully help find hidden value in those financials which equates into value for the buyer. Many buyers have no idea how to value an income commercial property much less how to find or increase value. ... more
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Drdebbiedvm answered:
How do I get the assessed value for my business property in Boone County, MO
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A few hours ago
Alan May answered:
This might be a good time to consult a real estate attorney.

If she's on title/deed, she may have some ownership.
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Faith answered:
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We thank you for reaching out. We didn't get enough information about your problem to resolve the issue. Please provide us with the complete address of your property by replying to the email I have sent you.


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Faith
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