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Home Buying in Baltimore : Real Estate Advice

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Thu May 18, 2017
Dvalley asked:
Tue May 16, 2017
Deanamorgan55 asked:
It is my first time buying my credit isn't bad but not good either is there any other way
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Tue May 9, 2017
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Tue Apr 25, 2017
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Fri Apr 14, 2017
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Wed Apr 5, 2017
Robmpreston asked:
If anyone knows anyone who can do this given my parameters let me know.

Been self employed for right around 13 months

average income over the last 12 months just off of bank statements…
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Sun Apr 2, 2017
Malcolm Lawson answered:
Hi Mary,

My team and I would be happy to assist you in selling your North Port St. home! I am part of a family team of agents and sell homes with my Mother, Wife and Sister-Law. On all of our listings we take 30+ high quality images, Areal shots using a drone, Paid Facebook Ads as well as a video walkthrough.

Look forward to hearing from you.

-Malcolm
http://YourMarylandRealEstateAgent.com
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Wed Feb 22, 2017
Mrphomesolutions answered:
Travis is a baltimore based home inspector. He specializes in Home Inspections in Maryland. Where it's a radon inspection or an investor inspection Travis does it all.

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Tue Jan 24, 2017
Malcolm Lawson answered:
So you are looking for an investment property with two units you can rent? Are you looking in Baltimore or another area?
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Mon Jan 23, 2017
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Mon Jan 23, 2017
Ebbflow answered:
The seller will most likely still pay the commission because it is built in to the commission as a whole unless (with this buyer agent contract) the seller refuses. In this case the buyer is obligated. Most of the time, the seller pays.

It is important to know and remember that unless you have this kind of a contract with a buyer agent, this agent's fiduciary responsibility is with the seller. This is so even though the agent is showing you listings. This is the law.
As such, the agent is not permitted to share information with you that you made need or want to know to help you make an offer and negotiate because they represent the seller legally.

If you are uncomfortable with the length of time, you can reduce it or sign it as per each house so that you are only obliged to the individual listings the agent shows you on a house by house basis.

An agent should have a CBR (certified buyer representative) credentials. They represent you and have your best interest in mind, fiduciary and otherwise and can negotiate the best deal for you, not he seller.
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Mon Jan 23, 2017
Maxsandra Edwards answered:
I know this is old but can someone let me know if someone has the money to pay the mortgage for the next 4 years in the bank will the lender be ok with that or is employment the only factor. A friend lost her job but has the money to pay the mortgage for the next 4 years and she is looking for a job still in the process of her purchase. Please advise. ... more
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Sat Jan 14, 2017
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Sun Dec 25, 2016
Carolyn W. Heggie answered:
I would be happy to try and help you buy a house. There are some possibilities and many variables such as the area in which you would like to purchase. Give me a call 410-628-0011 or email me at:: carolynheggie@comcast.net and we will go over your options. ... more
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