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Jasmin Hende…, Real Estate Pro in Sewell, NJ
Tue Jan 3, 2017
Jasmin Henderson answered:
Hi Fred I have buyers looking for Investment Properties. Are they for sale by owner or are they listed with a Real Estate Company? Please call or email me to discuss. 856-318-4233 or ... more
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Thebeatyt, Home Buyer in Humble, TX
Tue Dec 20, 2016
Thebeatyt asked:
I applied for it so I can evict the tenant, the lady told me it has to go through inspection. Do the house need to pass inspection before I can evict him?
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Thebeatyt, Home Buyer in Humble, TX
Tue Dec 20, 2016
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Marc mackendy, Home Buyer in Philadelphia, PA
Fri Mar 4, 2016
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Dan Tabit, Real Estate Pro in Issaquah, WA
Fri Dec 4, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Start by asking your lender for an explanation of the fee sheet they prepared. Forms can be confusing and sometimes include "costs" that are not yours, but the sellers. Ask for the bottom line, "how much cash to close".
If it remains this high, ask why and what can be done about it. I suspect something is off, but your loan officer should be your first call.
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Fred Mitchell, Real Estate Pro in Millstone Township, NJ
Thu Jul 9, 2015
Fred Mitchell answered:
Yes we do! How can I help you find the right home?

Fred Mitchell 856.330.7964 / cell 310.728.9665
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dianecannon38, Home Buyer in Greenwood, MS
Mon Sep 29, 2014
dianecannon38 asked:
Aaron Claybr…, Other/Just Looking in Marlton, NJ
Mon Sep 22, 2014
Aaron Claybrooks answered:
Overtime can be counted provided there is a 2-year history and the paycheck can be verified that it's broken into two components: regular pay and overtime pay. With a history in place, we should be fine.

Thank you for the question.

Feel free to contact us for any further information. We are a direct lender.

Aaron Claybrooks
Acre Mortgage
Branch Manager
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Bill Pacello, Home Buyer in Maple Shade, NJ
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Bill Pacello asked:
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Andrew Tisel…, Real Estate Pro in clifton, NJ
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Andrew Tisellano answered:
rons answered perfectly
Best to check with your Mortgage professional.

Craig Andriulli
Vice President
NMLS #212830
Bond Street Mortgage, LLC
NMLS #191351
Cell: 201-647-4180
Office: 201-918-4980
Fax: 201-918-4981
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Lanre Folayan, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Mon Mar 17, 2014
Lanre Folayan answered:
Talk to as much as three real estate agents in your area where you are looking at real estate investment properties. Some real estate agents also know and have real estate investor clients. Good luck to you. ... more
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Lanre Folayan, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Mon Mar 17, 2014
Lanre Folayan answered:
Hello Gladismovingon,

How are you? Hope you didn't get snow on your end like we did. I hear that you need a Spanish Speaking Realtor. I will defintely recommend Ellen Dynov Dell'Alba-Multi-Million Dollar Sales Associate at Keller Williams Realty Monmouth/Ocean, Her number is (732) 942-5280 Ext.214. Or go to her website at Tell her that I referred you. Good luck to you. ... more
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Michael Mati…, Renter in Biedman, Camden, NJ
Fri Feb 7, 2014
Michael Matias asked:
need apartment on second floor
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Robin Silver…, Real Estate Pro in Garden City, NY
Fri Jan 3, 2014
Robin Silverberg answered:
Have you asked the landlord the price that they want for the property? You can use that as a starting point, and look at different websites to see what else sold in the area. Seeing as you are living there, you know the neighborhood, and can try to figure out how the house you are renting compares to recent sales. Try something like zillow to get closed sales.

If you know any realtors, you can also ask them for their opinion, and compare that to what the landlord wants for it. You could also try putting something into the sales contract that the property has to appraise for at least the selling price. If it appraises for more, you come out ahead, but the seller benefits by not having to put the house on the market, and not paying a broker fee.

I agree that you should not pay for an appraisal if you are planning to take out a mortgage, because that appraisal cannot be used, so you would just be wasting your money.
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Brian Kurtz, Real Estate Pro in Dearborn, MI
Fri Dec 6, 2013
Brian Kurtz answered:
The city actually gives people money to buy homes there?!?!

That's really quite amazing. They had a similar program here in Michigan for a while where people had to live in the home for 10 years or they had to pay the assistance back when they sold but that has changes now and they always have to pay it back. It's not a true "gift" anymore. ... more
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Peter Deterv…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Sun Nov 3, 2013
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Ron, Home Buyer in Mount Pocono, PA
Tue Sep 3, 2013
Ron answered:
what is the reason for selling? whats wrong with the properties? are the tenants section 8?
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