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Fri Oct 28, 2016
Dhairya Chauhan asked:
Bell park manor Terrace is located in Queens village next to Martin Van Buren High School
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Wed Sep 14, 2016
Idasigamani asked:
Please inform what is the per square feet cost
in musket street, queens village,ny
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Thu Sep 8, 2016
Pranai Rai asked:
I am paying a rent of $1680 anyways living in a Co-Op.Would rather pay my house mortgage and get done in couple of years.I am interested to talk.
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Fri Feb 6, 2015
Roquealeo asked:
Sat Dec 6, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
The referenced property is not showing as available on MLS, for available area properties check www.mlsli.com Be mindful that some buildings may be co-ops--co-op ownership represents an interest (i.e. stock) in realty; condo ownership is actual ownership of realty. ... more
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Sat Sep 13, 2014
Keith Jean-Pierre answered:
Does not need to necessarily be the case. As long as it is clean and uniform but some means you should be fine.
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Tue Aug 12, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
No link is visible, however you could work with an agent of your own or you could contact the listing agent directly; for other available area properties check www.mlsli.com
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Sun Jun 1, 2014
george asked:
I would really appreciate if anyone could recommend a good one..i need help with contract of sale. Thank you.
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Wed Apr 9, 2014
Paul Marzolla answered:
I've done plenty of work with reverse mortgages and understand the time constraint you're under. The property can be refinanced, thus paying off the existing reverse mortgage, and avoiding having to sell the home. The problem you will run into with many lenders is that there is typically a 6 month seasoning requirement prior to refinance eligibility. Fortunately, I work with a few banks who do not have this restriction in there guidelines which would allow you to fix this problem immediately.

If you'd like to discuss your scenario in greater depth we can weigh-out all feasible options so you can best determine which route makes most sense from a financial standpoint; maybe selling the home is your best bet, but it's important to have all cards on the table. I may be reached directly at (201) 957-6768 or via email; whichever is easiest.


Kind regards,


Paul F. Marzolla
Sr. Mortgage Consultant
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(201) 957-6768
info@paulmarzolla.com
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Thu Feb 13, 2014
Christopher Pagli answered:
It depends on your debt and the price of the home. Have a mortgage broker qualify you.

Chris
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Sun Feb 9, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
For an accurate list of available area properties check www.mlsli.com Not knowing the exact context, can't really answer...
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Tue Feb 4, 2014
Christopher Jordahl answered:
All banks will require employment and or income verification unless you are paying cash and do not need a loan.
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Jeffrey Langer answered:
In today's market where a house priced properly will sell quickly, it is fair to ask why is a house priced low. More often than not, when a house is priced "too good to be true" it most likely has some serious issue that would preclude a normal purchaser who needs a mortgage to buy it. Other reasons might be that the property is a short sale that requires the owner's mortgage holder to accept much less than what is owed on the property, In many of those instances, the listing price WAS NOT approved by the mortgage holder and there would be a counter offer from the bank which is appreciably higher than the contract price. ... more
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Sat Jan 11, 2014
Sanjeev Ahuja answered:
Investment is all about current income, value retention & profit and depends on how long the investor is looking to hold the investment. For an income investor an existing home that is in average to good condition will yield better return on investment as most likely the purchase price will be substantially lower than a newly build home while rents being approximately the same. For a short term flip investor buying an existing home would also make more sense as the purchase price will again be substantially below the new home and the if the investor is a builder/contractor or partnered with one they can renovate the existing home and sell it at a greater profit than purchasing a new home.
Each investor buyer should sit down and do the math before making any investment.

Thanks

Sanjeev Ahuja, NMLS #148731
Mortgage Broker
Home Funding LLC
110 Jericho Turnpike Ste 214
Floral Park, NY 11001
Direct Phone 917-517-2552
NYS Registered Mortgage Broker, Dept of Financial Services, Loans arranged through third parties (NMLS # 885573)
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Wed Oct 30, 2013
Marco Gomez & The Reach Team answered:
One of the resons builders are putting new homes,if you havent already noticed is that inventory has shrunk dramatically. we are now seeing a shift from a buyers market to sellers market in many areas, in last few months we have been entertertaining the idea of appropriately priced properties. ... more
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Fri Oct 4, 2013
Hezrell Vasquez answered:
Fri Oct 4, 2013
Hezrell Vasquez answered:
For the right home that you feel it could be your new Home.
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