Upon further review of your property page, I see your property is in 'Public Record' status. This means your home is off the market and for informative purposes only. We display property information on Trulia to provide consumers with transparent real estate information. We receive this information from public records gathered by a third-party data collector from your county. Our mission is to empower consumers with information and tools to make smart decisions about homes, real estate and mortgages. For this reason, we do not remove public record property information from Trulia.
At this time, unfortunately, we currently do not have listings for rent to own homes. You may try your luck though and search our website using the Keyword section of the search filter which can be found in the All Filters button. However, these listings are extremely rare.
If I read this correctly, you're in the inspection negotiation phase and haven't purchased this. There's no "recourse" here. The seller doesn't have to fix any issue or accept less money regardless of what they said. Even if they told you about a water issue, they still don't have to do anything about it. It's completely their choice. Either accept the house as-is or use your inspection contingency and walk away.... more
You may be required to put down a very large deposit, to the tune of 4-6 months. Also, being up-front about the assault charge (conviction or no conviction?) would most likely be to your advantage.... more
What are you trying to correct?
The home is currently active and has been on the market since 10/2/2013. It came on the market at $174,900. And there haven't been any price or status changes since.... more
It really depends on a lot of factors including the size of the apartment complex, who the management company is (or if there is one) and most importantly whether or not you have had any recent evictions. I own some rental property as well but they are all single family homes and we will rent to those with a lower credit score providing you have the employment history, the ability to pay and no recent evictions. Depending on what your budget is you may have better luck looking to rent a home than an aparmtent.... more
It is not that much more difficult at all. If you work with an experienced agent, contractor and loan officer who has completed these before you will be coached right through the process addressing the specific needs based on the property you liked the best which met your needs.... more
Yes you can but your use of the home may/will be limited depending on what your visa requirements. Also there are some home opportunities like HUD properties that you wouldn't be able to purchase unfortunately.
Even though I am late to the party here, I would reiterate the 10% cost factor for the many reasons mentioned below. There are ways to cut costs and most end up hurting your net bottom line by lowering your gross proceeds.
Good Luck and great question.
Coldwell Banker Burnet
licensed MN Real Estate Broker... more