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Home Buying in Burlington County : Real Estate Advice

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Herbertberbe…, Home Buyer in Charlotte, NC
Thu Nov 17, 2016
Herbertberbert1 answered:
I Just moved here to the emerald-Ravenscliff http://www.drhorton.com/New-Jersey/New-Jersey/Mount-Laurel/Emerald-Ravenscliff-II.aspx and when i first came here, i found a lot of great information at Niche.com ... more
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Wincoc69, Home Buyer in Wentzville, MO
Wed Nov 16, 2016
Wincoc69 answered:
I'm dealing with a realtor in Missouri who puts off buyers and sellers if she is not doing both deals. This sounds unethical to me. This agent is tying up a home that she is the listing agent on. She is also the selling agent on the Home of the Person looking to buy her listing. This way she gets commission on both deals. Her buying client can't get a sell on their current home. So this agent is telling my agent the deal is going to happen. We see the property is listed as active contingent for over a month now. This agent is not being truthful. I see post where she has done this before. What is my recourse? ... more
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Stjohnsboy20…, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Sun Oct 23, 2016
Stjohnsboy2002 asked:
I was told in the sanctuary you can clear 40% Of the land . Can some one please verify this ? I am thinking the builder doesn't want to pay to clear it ! We are building a new home…
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Betterfloors, Home Buyer in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
Wed Oct 12, 2016
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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Mon Sep 26, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
You can, but the listing agent may not be willing to pay that new agent a commission. You should have hired a buyer agent before seeing homes. The listing agent could get angry and that wont help your offer. ... more
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MCM_STL, Home Buyer in Saint Louis, MO
Fri Aug 26, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
The best possibly solution would be for your current agent and prior agents to communicate. There probably is some potential for your original agent to make a claim to the commission if you end up buying the first house. You initially saw it because of them and there is plenty of legal prescient on that agent's side.

The reality is that most agents aren't going to damage their reputations buy suing a past client - especially when it's probably over a few thousand dollars. If both agents here are ethical, customer-oriented individuals, they'll be able to work out a mutual agreement on how to make sure they both get something for the time they put in.
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Katherine Po…, Home Buyer in Philadelphia, PA
Thu Aug 18, 2016
Katherine Popp asked:
Homes with low taxes have higher prices would the tax write off benefit us more then say no or low taxes.
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Aprilnicole82, Home Buyer in Bristol, PA
Wed Aug 3, 2016
Aprilnicole82 asked:
We have 2 children 5 & 8 and are considering moving to riverside NJ. Houses are priced nice with decent taxes. But wondering about the neighborhood of riverside? We are looking at a…
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Pinkjelly1234, Home Owner in Long Beach, CA
Tue Aug 2, 2016
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James Hagarty, Real Estate Pro in Bellingham, WA
Thu Jul 21, 2016
James Hagarty answered:
possibly. a lot will depend on how bad your credit is, how stable your income is, how much income you have in relation to your debts, and so on. think of it from the stand point of the person selling or renting you the house - how do they know you will be able to keep up with the housing payments if you have poor credit? do you have the ability to put down a significant deposit and/or pay an "option consideration fee" for the rent to own agreement? you may want to consult with a local lender who can work with you on repairing your credit until you can qualify for a mortgage. good luck, and happy hunting! ... more
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Sally Grenier, Real Estate Pro in Boulder, CO
Mon Jul 11, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Unfortunately, in order to buy a home, a lender will require "decent" credit of at least 620-640 credit score and decent income, and a good debt to income ratio.
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Jamieyoung225, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Wed May 25, 2016
Jamieyoung225 asked:
I'm purchasing a house which cost $120000 and the market value is $126000 is this a good buy
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Jamieyoung225, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Wed May 25, 2016
Jamieyoung225 asked:
I'm purchasing a house which cost $120000 and the market value is $126000 is this a good buy
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Jessica Holt…, Real Estate Pro in Moorestown, NJ
Tue May 10, 2016
Jessica Holtzman answered:
Hi - There are a few good options with this. What is the price point? Are you looking for residential? I am familiar with all 3 towns. www.MoorestownMoves.com
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AW, Home Buyer in Mount Laurel, NJ
Sun May 1, 2016
AW asked:
I recently fell out of a contract and have been waiting for my earnest money to come back. The sellers and I both signed a mutual release and it was instructed that I get all of my money…
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Nazan09, Home Buyer in San Mateo, CA
Wed Apr 13, 2016
Nazan09 asked:
When I talked to the realtor they told me they never hired anyone to do the inspection that it wasn't done. The home was infested with termites I was told there's nothing they could do…
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Michelle McC…, Home Buyer in Marlton, NJ
Wed Apr 6, 2016
Michelle McCarthy asked:
For instance, if I go to re-sell this 29 year old home in about 7-10 years, will I lose money because townhomes are not as desirable in this area? Will it depreciate in value? I am new to…
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Mdouglasjones, Home Buyer in Mount Laurel, NJ
Sun Mar 27, 2016
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