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Thu Apr 21, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
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Fri Sep 27, 2013
golferpeat61 asked:
Example if deposit is 600.00 would payment of 200.00 pr month be acceptable to pay the deposit.
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
randalhoffersmana answered:
oh, I have had a Realtor call me! She was SUPER friendly! i think her name was Joyce. LOL
not friendly...acted like she was calling me back cuz she HAD to. She didnt give a sh 8t. RUDE ... more
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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Patty Hardrick answered:
The inventory is small and the demand is high. If you are willing to buy a fixer upper and hang in there on the short sales, Fernley is an excellent rental market with prices rising monthly in rents.
Also, Fallon is a good rental market because of the supply and the Fallon Naval Base. Lots of military personnel coming in and out and looking for homes to rent. Prices are comparable and more available then Fernley.
I am a Broker, Realtor and Property Manager and glad to help you with your home buying needs and rentals.
Give me a call 775-302-6296
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
Terry McCarley answered:
Ron is correct - this belongs in a blog post.
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
JAY Fisher answered:
I would talk to your tax person on wether you want it as a rental or a home out of state and which avenue would be better. Houses are still with in your price range. We have a few tax people that I know in town if you would like to know. Just email me at yourjayspriority@yahoo.com. Thanks Jay Fisher ... more
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Fri Dec 28, 2012
Mark Fleysher answered:
Be very careful when signing into a lease with option to buy... make sure that you have an up-front purchase agreement, and that all monies are going into a 3rd party escrow account.
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Wed Oct 10, 2012
Dgranados answered:
owner unable to pay for house and was thinking of let it go but she ask us if we want to buy it. we make payments but only have contract with her not with bank.
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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Rena Estes answered:
Home prices are increasing-closing at around $60 per square foot. 3012 Beaverhead is listed $102,000. which is $56.54 per sq ft.

It is a HUD Home. Sold “AS IS” by elec. bid only. Prop avail 6/01/12. Bids due by 6/10/12 11:59 PM CST then daily until sold. Eligible for FHA 203K. Earnest Money Deposit to be a minimum of $1,000. ... more
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Thu May 24, 2012
Debi Taylor answered:
Both of these homes have accepted offers. If you are looking for something in the Fernley area, I can help you find active listings.
Call me 775-842-3492
Debi
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Thu Apr 12, 2012
Maggie Reese answered:
There are normally a few rent to own properties available, but I want to add a word of caution if you choose to go that direction. First, you will need either a down payment or rent long enough so that a portion of your payment accumulates into a deposit. That means that at some point in time you will need to qualify to get a loan unless the owner is willing to carry the loan. Also, there are people out there offering a rent to own that do NOT own their property outright. That means that when it comes time for you to convert to a purchase (usually three to five years ) unless you can qualify to assume that loan or get one on your own, you can lose your accumulated down payment because you can't fulfill the contract. If the owner won't use an escrow service, WALK AWAY. That means they aren't willing to hold your funds and will be using them up as you pay, leaving you nothing if the deal falls through.

Really, your best bet is to simply rent for a couple of years and clean up your credit. If you have a short sale, you can get financing in two years and with a foreclosure, probably five. You can then qualify for better rates - rent to own rates are normally very high because they know you can't get financing elsewhere. Talk to a lender - they can tell you what you need to do to get back on track!
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Wed Mar 21, 2012
Patty Hardrick answered:
You should use a Realtor and a Title Company to do this. Let the experts do what they do best. Give Maggie Reese a call at 315-7404 she is a bonified Realtor and knows all the ins and outs of buying real estate. ... more
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Mon Feb 20, 2012
Rena Estes answered:
I see 1 home in Yerington: 3 bdrm/1 bth - Lyon County Assessor shows the same info. The site that you saw the listing on, might have the error. But just as the other agent mentioned, without the actual street # it is hard for us the give you an answer. ... more
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Tue Aug 16, 2011
Shirley Larkins answered:
Hello!

Currently there are no active listings in the Fernley market with an owner carry option. There is one lease option but it is only 3 bed 2 bath. Would you consider other areas? Do you have any other options as far as purchase type? I would be happy to give you more information, just let me know.

Thanks!
Shirley Larkins, Realtor
Chase International
775-379-9617
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Fri Dec 3, 2010
Mary N. Shannon answered:
Hi Charles,

I have listings in Fernley and would be happy to work with you. Give me a call at: 775-225-8842 or feel free to browse our website.
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Fri Nov 12, 2010
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Tue Aug 17, 2010
Maggie Reese answered:
Hi, I'm Maggie Reese. Seller/Owner financing can be an option, but it needs to be done right so that you as a buyer are protected in the event the owner can't keep the property or needs to get out from under their loan. Feel free to give me a call if you have questions or would like me to send you some listings that meet your needs. (775) 315-7404. Have a great day! ... more
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Sun Jul 4, 2010
Mark Fleysher answered:
Hello Joanna,

I agree with Alma. You can search for live listings on Realtor.com, and it is highly suggested to find a Realtor to represent you.

Working with a Realtor provides you with an experienced agent who can conduct live searches with automatic notifications, fair market analysis, and hopefully a person who is great with conducting a full transaction including disclosing to you all known facts, conducting walk throughs, and doing the due diligence.

Trying to go straight to the source, and not having an agent representing you can lead to one sided transactions, as the Seller's agent is looking out for the Seller's interests first. I'm not saying deals can't go just great like this, but it definitely gives you an advantage to having a representative; plus, the seller often pays for any agent costs, so don't let the cost of having an agent stop you..

Check out www.realtor.com


I can help with any of your Las Vegas Real Estate needs or questions; feel free to contact me direct.


Sincerely,

Mark Fleysher, MBA, Realtor
Broker-SP
702-291-8186
mfleysher@gmail.com
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