That will depend on several factors like what will the estimated taxes and insurance be on homes you are looking at? How much are you putting down? If less than 20%, then mortgage insurance will affect the payment. Thanks if you can provide more detail or reach out directly. In an average market, with a 3.5% down payment on an FHA loan, Yearly taxes at $1200/year and a $500/year homeowners insurance policy - $800/month would likely be somewhere between a $110-125K purchase price.... more
New foreclosures are subject to hit the market daily. In such a situation those homes may be sold by the time a list is released in todays market. I provide daily updates to qualified clients so we can secure properties in a timely manner.... more
Are you searching for homes with pools? If so, you will want to talk with a real estate agent. They can point you in the right direction. They can find whatever type of house you are looking for. http://www.advancedpools.com.au... more
In this area, competition between finance offers and cash offers is definitely high! A cash offer seems to be more appealing right away - but it is not always the case. Maybe the homeowner needs a little extra time in the property, and a finance offers comes along allowing them to lease back the property. That one becomes more appealing based on the home owners needs. A good Realtor will do his/her digging and find out what is important to the seller and structure a solid offer this way. There are many offer methods. If you have a Realtor, I wish you the best of the luck. If not, feel free to contact me and I would love to assist in your home search.
People in HEB as well as Arlington and Grand Prairie pay extra for the luxury of being centrally located between Fort Worth and Dallas. Based on my experience homes are less expensive in Dallas or Fort Worth (or close neighboring areas).... more
There are a number of four bedroom foreclosures in Desoto that Id be glad to email you. Contact me and leave an email address and we can get to it. Keep in mind that foreclosures are properties that go to the highest bidder so it would be in your best interest to bid above the asking price where as with a traditional (nonforeclosure) you may be able to offer the asking price or less and get that offer accepted because it is not an auctions type of sale. I look forward to hearing from you.... more
Your closing cost will include the items listed below by the other Realtor(s). However to have a better idea of what the title company fees consist of, here is a list (remember fees vary depending on what title company you choose):
*Document prep fee~$150
*Title insurance~little less than 1% of sales price (customary for seller to pay but negotiable)
*Miscellaneous fees-can include pay off on loan, any outstanding judgments or liens, taxes, broker commissions, buyer closing cost (if negotiated for the seller to pay).
For more information about selling your home and what to expect, please visit: www.upliftrealty.com/Sellers/Seller-FAQs
Hi Linda, if you would like I can send you an email with all of the properties in this area that match what you are looking for, you can contact me at email@example.com and let me know, I will be glad to help you!... more