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Thu Aug 24, 2017
Faith T answered:
Hello,

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Faith
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Tue Mar 1, 2016
Adisa32533 asked:
I would be willing to provide pictures of my house that I plan to place on the market this spring.
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Tue Mar 1, 2016
Adisa32533 asked:
I would be willing to provide pictures of my home that I plan to place on the market in Cantonment Florida (Pensacola).
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Thu Feb 4, 2016
Kathy Burgreen answered:
If you filed bankruptcy it meant that your income was not enough to cover all your expenses and your credit was affected. So why should a lender give you a mortgage now. Lenders will look at you that if you can afford to qualify for a mortgage now, you didn't have to file for bankruptcy in 2014.

Truthfully, you need to wait the required length of time and realize that things like bankruptcy, foreclosures, judgements, short sales, etc. do have consequences. This is not a case of file bankruptcy and start over right away. Life doesn't work like this. You have to pay your dues and be punished for the decisions you make. It may not be fair, but who chose to do the stupid things that led to your bankruptcy - you did.
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Thu Oct 23, 2014
Stacy Kendall answered:
Renting is a smart option. Sellers either want to sell or they want a number. It looks as though you want a little of both, which is understandable so I would recommend renting until you can realize the sales price that you desire. ... more
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Fri Nov 8, 2013
Leann Nagi answered:
Hi Shannons,

I would recommend calling a loan officer. Jeff Gay with 1st Mariner Mortgage comes highly recommended. His number is (443) 624-0689. He is licensed in all 50 states and would be happy to help you.

Leann Nagi
Re/Max 100
(443) 532-5254
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Fri Sep 6, 2013
Bridgette Chase answered:
Kdean,

Yes, landlords are required as it's the law. However, many try to avoid this.

Click on the following link regarding Landlord and Tenant Law in Maryland.

http://www.oag.state.md.us/consumer/landlords.htm

I hope this helps.

Bridgette "Kyria" Chase
Exit Bennett Realty
www.BridgetteChase.com
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Paula Ruckelshaus answered:
Lauren - The first thing you should do - if you haven't already done so - is enlist the aid of a buyers agent to try to ferret out the reason your offer wasn't accepted and otherwise assist you in negotiating a home purchase. The fact is that you came in very low as a percent of the asking price. On a short sale, the owner gets to decide whether or not to accept an offer before it is remitted to the lending institution for second tier approval. And, an owners decision will be based on their exposure to having to make up any difference between the sale price and mortgage balance and their prospective income tax exposure. Typically, banks also establish a floor selling price below which they will nix the sale - and they have the final say. In my experience, short sale lenders will not engage in direct conversation or negotiations with prospective buyers. So, your best bet is to get a buyers agent. From there, you and your agent can realistically assess your chances of buying the property you are focused on at an acceptable price - and also work together to identify alternatives. Also, don't assume that you won't qualify for mortgage financing just because you're self-employed. The mortgage qualifying process and criteria is more rigorous, but it can be done. ... more
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Sat Jul 14, 2012
Robin Fithian answered:
Hello,

If you are still interested please contact Rock Hall Properties! We are located about 15 mins from Chestertown and would love to help you! Office phone- (410) 639-4003 please ask for Robin Fithian or Cindy Genther!! ... more
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Fri Apr 9, 2010
Paula Ruckelshaus answered:
I would be happy to discuss market conditions in the Chestertown area with you in detail and provide you with information on available homes that fit your search criteria. I can be reached at 410-708-4947. I look forward to speaking with you in person.

Paula Ruckelshaus
Realtor
Coldwell Banker - Chesapeake Real Estate - Chestertown
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Sat Aug 2, 2008
Keith Sorem answered:
Mandn
You should know that homes are selling in your area. (see link)
So if some homes are selling, why not yours?

The first thing you need to get an offer is showings. A properly price and marketed home should receive 10-12 showings in the first two weeks of market time. Homes that sell in the first 30 days in most markets will closest to asking price. At 120 Days on Market (DOM) in my market they sell for 93.6%, as opposed to 99.5% within 30 days.

Most buyers are working with REaltors, to no showings means that Realtors are all on vacation (kidding).
They are showing other homes that they perceive to offer more value.

I would sit down with my Realtor and ask her what you need to do to get this home sold.. Then do what they say.
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