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Home Buying in 30342 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jan 23, 2017
Jimmy Payne answered:
Very good question. The most recent sales price average for a new home with roughly 2000 sqft in zip 30342 is $525,000. You should probably subtract the cost of the lot from the price, depending on the size of the lot, $50k-70k and divide the sqft into the price, If you are hiring a builder yourself, you should be able to build it for less. ... more
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Thu Jun 20, 2013
Richard- El Bey answered:
I can get it done for you

Allow me to briefly introduce myself, I am Richard- El Bey. I have been in the lending business since 2000, and I am partnered with several banks and private investors that can help you put more of your clients into homes, and I work FAST!

What it is we can offer you and your clients

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Use assets as income
660 FICO No cancelled rent checks
F.H.A. Streamline on investment property 620 FICO
1-2 unit {no income, no appraisal}
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Foreign Nationals, [Expatriate]- No Passport {Must have valid work visa or 30% down}
V.A. loans
Finance up to 20 properties with us
Non warrantable condos
580's OKAY
Past foreclosure or short sale, OKAY
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Richard- El Bey
Avarice Investments
Wealth advisor
(706) 399-7813
(678) 752-8062
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Thu Sep 30, 2010
Hank Miller answered:
Blah Blah....I'm coming in late but I'll agree that more details are needed. I'm not getting off my opinion regarding condos and Atlanta - even North Atlanta - go in EYES WIDE. Like's easy in but not so easy out! If you're selling you'll see... ... more
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Sun Jul 25, 2010
Garrett1605 answered:
I am a 203K Consultant Trainer, 203k Consultant and I own a Construction Company. We charge $150.00 for a Feasibility Study. A Feasibility Study Inspection is used to answer the question "is this property feasible" for the 203k loan. It is a quick walk thru inspection to identify what repairs must be done to meet HUD's property standards, your desired items and offer a ball park cost estimate before you have to bear the full expense of full blown Consultant Work Write Up.

Therefore, make your offer contingent upon a feasibility inspection just like you would for a home inspection. If the deal falls thru you'll be able to get your deposit money back.

Garrett Feis Sr.
Douglasville, GA
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Mon Feb 23, 2009
davidwbrower answered:
In one statement you imply you've already entered into a lease purchase deal for 1.4 mil and then you ask later what should you offer? Are you seriously going to enter into a contractual agreement for this kind of money without an agent? You really should consider a highly proven and knowledgeable agent to help you. Why are you entertaining a lease purchase. That is definitely coming from a week negotiating position. If you want to get the best deal on any home you should hire an agent and let him/her go to work for you. It costs you nothing and the headache you can save is priceless. If I can help, just let me know.


David Brower, Assistant Manager/Realtor
Crye-Leike Realtors
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Sun May 4, 2008
David Van Noy, Jr. answered:
I haven't read through any answers but I am certain that you are hearing answers that say "it depends". I hate that answer and I wish there was a rule of thumb but what if a property is 30% overpriced for the market....would a 15% reduction be a good deal, or if it was 40% under value would you feel good about a full price offer? We get caught up on list price vs. offer and you need to get away from that line of thought completely. You will do well....use your gut and make a good deal! ... more
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