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Home Buying in 29579 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Dec 25, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
As Alan said, it depends on how your contract was written as it pertains to buyer's financing contingency.

Whether you can sue or not is a legal question. Your rights will depend on the terms of your contract and your rights under your state's law. You should consult with an attorney as most people answering questions on this forum are real estate agents and we cannot give legal advice. ... more
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Wed Oct 29, 2014
Julia Wellman answered:
If you are still looking for the cheapest rates, keep in mind there are many variables. If you would like a general feeling to where rates are, goto www.bankrate.com and that will give you rates. If you would like to talk about financing or finding the perfect home, please let me know. Thanks and good luck!

Julia-843-516-2181
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Fri Aug 1, 2014
Anthony Schibilia answered:
Start by consulting with a realtor and getting a Broker Price Opinion on your home to determine if today's market is right for you. From there, if you decide you want to list find an agent with top listing syndication and a recommended pre listing checkist to make sure the home is ready to be shown. ... more
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Tue May 27, 2014
Anthony Schibilia answered:
Making a sound purchase is no easy task and you must be prepared especially in a fast paced market such as it is here. I would take the time to consult with an experienced agent here in the area, preferably myself, and get all your options layed out for you in detail. Once you are prepared to make a sound decision you will be ready to pull the trigger on that one specific property that is that good investment. ... more
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Tue May 27, 2014
Anthony Schibilia answered:
Purchasing a good investment property is no easy task and you must be prepared especially in a fast paced market such as it is here. I would take the time to consult with an experienced agent here in the area, preferably myself, and get all your options layed out for you in detail. Once you are prepared to make a sound decision you will be ready to pull the trigger on that one specific property that is that good investment. ... more
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Fri May 2, 2014
Anthony Schibilia answered:
There are currently 14 condos for sale in Windsor Green, this is normal inventory. If you need any further assistance, please let me know.
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Thu Jan 17, 2013
Jerry Pinkas answered:
Prices have started to rise on these units and interest rates remain low so....

1) You could always refi at a lower rate as long as your not "underwater" on what your mortgage compared to the current market prices. (When you refi the bank will pull an current market appraisal)

2) Since prices have increased you will get more now than you could last year!
If you want a no hassle way to sell your condo, tEZ Seller Listing is a No Hassle Listing Program offered exclusively by Jerry Pinkas Real Estate Experts. For Sellers. List Your Home Today!
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3) With interest rates remaining low, price points still affordable, and potential for future appreciation you may want to buy more.
That’s what makes this market so interesting!
Let me know if we can help.

Jerry Pinkas
Jerry Pinkas Real Estate Experts
854 Jason Blvd - Unit G
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-839-9870
http://www.HomeGuideMyrtleBeach.com
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Thu Jan 17, 2013
Jerry Pinkas answered:
Many For Sale by Owners use craigs list to try and find a buyer. There are a few other forsalebyowner websites out their as well, where you pay a fee to get your property listed.

The main thing you want to do, is get as much exposure as you can so you can bring a buyer.

If that doesn't work and you can't find a buyer that will pay your price, you could always use the The EZ Seller Listing. http://www.homeguidemyrtlebeach.com/EZSellerListing

Its is a No Hassle Listing Program offered exclusively by Jerry Pinkas Real Estate Experts. For Sellers. List Your Home Today!

Let us know if we can assit you in any way.
Jerry Pinkas
Jerry Pinkas Real Estate Experts
854 Jason Blvd - Unit G
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-839-9870
http://www.HomeGuideMyrtleBeach.com
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Thu Jan 17, 2013
K.C. Jones answered:
Howard,

My specialty is 580+ credit score FHA loans with no investor overlays and only 3.5% down.
Please contact me.

We are licensed to originate loans in AL, AR, GA, IN, LA, MS, OK, SC, TN & TX.

K.C. Jones
RH Lending
214-432-0486
kjones@rhlending.com
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Tue Feb 1, 2011
Belinda Spillman answered:
As the buyer, youo are not obligated to the listing agent in any way because they should be working on the seller's behalf to get the home sold. If you hire an agent to represent you afterwards, the listing agent may argue that he is procuring cause because he assisted you with the property details. This may put the buyer's agent commission at risk. ... more
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Tue Apr 28, 2009
Marty Corley answered:
Another difference you will see in all the units listed is whether or not they are on first or second floor. The first floor units have always done better rentals than the second floor. Also, the first floor has door out to a patio and upstairs you have no balcony. There is only a bay window. Therefore you will see the lowest prices on 2nd floor units. I have a listing on first floor at $124,900 and it is the lowest price unit on first floor. It is waiting for you to make an offer on it!!!! ... more
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Fri Apr 10, 2009
MaryAnne Dorio answered:
HPR is a Horizontal Property Regime which means all of the home owners together as part of that regime collectively own the property. This was originally created to protect the other homeowners in the even t of default by one of the other home owners. The exterior of the structure is maintained as well as the land by the HOA. It is kind of like owning a condo that is a single family detached home. You own everything from the sheet rock in. If you need any further clarification, please feel free to contact me. ... more
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