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Angelica P answered:
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Scott Godzyk answered:
If you let your home go into foreclosure, you will have no control over who can buy it. It will go to foreclosure auction where everyone can bid. If it does not sell, the bank will assign it to an asset management company who lists it with a local agent, you will have to vacate, they will clean appraise and list it for market value. If you want to sell it for a short sale if you owe more than it is worth, the bank has to approve and usually will not allow a sale to a family member. You also become responsible for the balance of what you owe and what it sells for. ... more
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Scott Godzyk answered:
If you were living there, you would be added. You can ask a local lawyer who can explain NY law regarding why
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Scott Godzyk answered:
The listing agent that uploaded them has to edit the ad they placed on this and similar sites. Once something is loaded onto the world wide web, it is here for ever. However you can remove it from the ad if you are the one who placed it. ... more
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Lisa Jabara asked:
The phone number people are calling is not my cell# but these calls are going to my cell. Please help me!!!
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Scott Godzyk answered:
One thing is NO buyer will pay a sellers closing costs. That they are correct. BUT what you can do is price your home to cover expenses. It has to be priced high enough to cover but not so high it is price higher than what the house is worth or it will not appraise and the buyer wont be able to get a mortgage. Ask to speak to the agents managing broker, and let them answer your question ... more
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Scott Godzyk answered:
Trulia does not update profiles, scroll up, click on your name and scroll to listings. You can add sold listings from there
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Scott Godzyk answered:
You have a beautiful home. Unfortanately that is how sites like this work. You can post a free ad for FSBO, but the site then sells ads to agents and post them on listings. That is how they make their money. If you ever have any question about selling your home, please feel free to contact me. ... more
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Deannawalker50 answered:
Here is a quote of Alex Cohen, Lead Commercial Specialist at Core.

“Like many who have enjoyed vacationing in Miami, I was initially drawn to consider buying Miami Beach condominiums as investment about two and a half years ago. However, through assessing condo pricing and condo rents, I quickly discovered that likely returns would be 4% or less. Instead I chose to invest in a unique neighborhood just north of Miami’s hot “design district” called Buena Vista filled with modest single family homes built mostly in the 1930s and 1940s. In Buena Vista, I found and invested in homes that generate for me returns from year-round renters between 5.5 and 8 percent because they make 2-3 bedrooms homes on small lots accessible, particularly to millennial renters, at rents equivalent to what they would pay for a Miami Beach studio or small one bedroom apartment.”

I'm not sure about Miami, but if it's still actual for you go to the link below.
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Kenlenhardt asked:
Washer/dryer on site. anywhere from $800.00 to 1200.00 per month. Move in May or June, if possible.
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
The contract / agreement allows the realtor to legally assist you in finding a home / investment property or commercial property. Without this contract, agents & brokerages do not have the legal authority to find you a home to live in.

The contract spells out what the agent & brokerage can and cannot do; the conditions the buyer has to find a home, etc.
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