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Home Buying in 48103 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Apr 21, 2016
Jhkeown asked:
I own 30 acres of undeveloped farm land in Southeast Michigan 20 mins Southwest of Ann Arbor. I have a all in budget of $280,000 with $50,000 saved for down payment. Land would need septic…
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Tue Sep 8, 2015
Middy Matthews answered:
I do not charge any "transactions fees" here and there are many that do. There are plenty of costs to selling a house, but additional fees to the realtor to cover their advertising is not something I do. Call me and lets talk about selling your house.

Middy Matthews
Keller Williams Realty
734-239-3796
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Tue Sep 8, 2015
Middy Matthews answered:
Hi,

It's not often that a home is a lease to own. BUT, what I can do is set you up with a lender who will work with you and figure out what your options are. Lease to own is not the safest bet when it comes to your money.

Please contact me and let's look at your options. The VA loan requires NO money down, did you know that?

Middy Matthews
Keller Williams Realty
734-239-3796
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Fri Oct 10, 2014
Rob Guilloz answered:
In Michigan, licensing law does not require a builder to offer a warranty. However, the licensing law does provide for a complaint period of 18 months, during which time a homeowner may file a complaint with the State. Most builders include language in their purchase agreements defining the warranty coverage and how to file warranty claims. One-year warranties are common, but structural elements may be covered for up to ten years. ... more
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Wed Oct 8, 2014
Travis Reed answered:
In San Antonio, TX. Alot of people like to see stainless steel appliances with updated kitchens and bathrooms. Attached garages are a plus but most homes have them here, if built after 1985, garage doors openers are important. Flooring, I am finding more people looking and want wood floors in the main living areas, carpet is still ok in the bedrooms.

Make sure the home is kept up real will and touched up
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Wed Jun 18, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Jeff,
The problem with a builders warranty is that it's only as good as the builder behind it. Many builders go out of business or go bankrupt and leave their home owners stuck. I hope you researched the builder well and choose them for their great reputation.
Now, with every home I help buyers purchase I INSIST on a top quality independent inspection. Builders often state, "you don't need this we have a warranty" but the warranty eventually expires and flaws in construction can lead to problems way past that date. Having the home professionally inspected before you finalize your deal with the builder and requiring the issues, if any that the inspector uncovers be resolved before you finalize the deal should be your next step.
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Tom Stachler, ABR,CDPE answered:
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Wed Oct 15, 2008
Alison Holcombe answered:
Hi Ruth,

I am the agent with this listing. It is 50 beautiful acres with an approved building site. The land is mixed wooded and open farmland. It is on our website but also you can call me with any questions about it at 734-730-2279.
Thank you for your interest,

Alison Robinson
Realtor
Edward Surovell Realtors
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