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Wed Jul 13, 2016
Angelica P answered:
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Fri Jul 8, 2016
Edison Chen asked:
good time to buy a house in vegas or wait to next year? I'll pay by cash so don't care about interest rate.need some Local expert advice. Thx!
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Thu Dec 10, 2015
Jayrogers1306 answered:
Finding the best deal on a mortgage can be a challenge because fees and rates change daily, sometimes more than once a day. You should consult a professional. Please find this url.

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Sun Jun 28, 2015
Bagwasi Stella answered:
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Mon Apr 20, 2015
Melvin List answered:
I would reach out to a local mortgage broker. Most brokers have access to either lenders with no overlays or Alternative documentation programs.

Thank you,
Melvin List
Licensed Mortgage Loan Originator, NMLS# 243087
American Mortgage Services CO NMLS# 259805
Cell: 813.629.5478
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Sun Apr 19, 2015
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Thu Apr 16, 2015
Donna.wrich answered:
A foreclosed property is one the bank has taken back and is now selling. A short sale is one that the bank has not taken back yet. The seller is attempting to sell the home for less than what is owed on the property. If a seller takes your offer on a short sale, the bank will need to approve it.....no guarantees.

You can find a good price on a traditional sale also, so you should continue to consider those also, as long as they fit in your budget.

If you would like me to find some homes for you to look at, contact me.
Www.homehuntinglasvegas.com

Best of luck! Don't get discouraged. It is all worth it once you have the keys to your new home in hand:)

Donna
REALTOR
Shelter Realty
Www.homehuntinglasvegas.com
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Mon Jul 28, 2014
Robert Adams answered:
Honestly there is a lot of different ways to calculate expenses and repairs on a investment property. Some people are very conservative in their estimates while other are more aggressive. Before purchasing a property you will know the fixed expenses and then you will have to calculate the variable expenses however you see fit. Vacancies and repairs are a wild card. I choose to calculate it more conservatively figuring high on expenses and low on revenue so that at the end of the year I have planned for the worst and can be happily surprised if the numbers come in better than expected vs the other way around.

Some people use what is called the 50% rule also. This is where you take the yearly rent collected and divide it by 50% for all expenses, repairs, and vacancies. Now that prices in Vegas have gone up considerably over the past few years this estimated 50% is less conservative but still a good rule of thumb. I would dig deeper into the fixed expenses once you have an actual subject property.

Right now in Vegas after calculating all of these costs you can typically plan on getting around 4- 5% CAP rate on your money. We work with a lot of investors here in Vegas. If you would like to discuss the market or your investment plan further please feel free to contact me directly. Either way best of luck with your investments!

Best Regards,
Robert Adams
Licensed Real Estate Broker in NV, MA, & RI
NV Broker/Salesman at The Adams Team at Rothwell Gornt Companies
C:702-349-9175
RobertAdams@LVrealestateHELP.com
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