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Home Buying in Flatbush - Ditmas Park : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 18, 2016
Easternceiling answered:
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Fri Jan 29, 2016
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Thu Mar 19, 2015
David Monassebian answered:
Raymond! Earn up to 1.5% Cash Back if you register before you find your property.

If you are currently not working with a buyer’s agent, in order to benefit from our exclusive Homebuyer Rebate Program, I invite you to visit our website to learn more about how you can earn cashback on your next property purchase. Signup for Free at http://www.homebuyer-rewards.com/

Please let me know if there are any properties that you find interesting and would like to schedule a visit. I can set up appointments for all of them so you can get a real feel for what’s out there. I look forward to finding your next home. Tel: 212-REP-HOME
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Mon May 19, 2014
Homegirl asked:
When I sell , my apartment in that building? How much would I charge per square foot for the outdoor space which is 340 square foot?
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Mitchell Feldman answered:
Dear T.A.,

This is a very subjective question and the answer can vary depending upon who you ask. In my personal opinion it is a safe area. However, if safety is a concern, you should do research into crime statistics online and also visit the local police precinct and ask them how things are in the neighborhood. You can also talk to local store owners to see how they feel and visit the area late at night to see the lay of the land so to speak.

If I can be of further assistance, please contact me direct. Good luck!

Sincerely,
Mitchell S. Feldman
Associate Broker/ Director of Sales/ e-Pro Realtor
Fillmore Real Estate
Office: (718) 907-1128/ Cell: (917) 805-0783
Email: MitchellSFeldman@aol.com
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Tue Aug 6, 2013
Chris Mramor answered:
Hello there,

Yes, I am familiar with NACA, but mostly this people work in the West such as California, etc. This program is for low income families to buy a property with very low down payment and regardless of their credit score or mortgage history. What I also know is that they go around the country offering the program.

However, last year they had a presentation about this program in Manhattan I don't know what happened because when I found out it was late in the week so I couldn't attend of course.

Google them to get a phone number and call.

Good luck in your search.

Chris
Broker
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Mon Jul 15, 2013
Michael Richman answered:
Hi,

No and No. First you want to be pre-approved, not pre-qualified. There is a major difference. When you are pre-qualified, you only tell a lender you qualifications and they issue a letter stating that IF your income, assets and employment can be verified, you will qualify for a certain loan amount. By getting pre-approved, you go through the application process and receive approval for a certain loan amount subject only to the property you choose to buy appraising satisfactorily.

Second, while going through the loan process application online is convenient, many issues arise trying to close the koan that do not arise when dealing with a live person at a bank. The reason being the live person, assuming they are experienced, knows the issues involved and takes care od dealing with them upfront. the online process cannot anticipate issues and only deals with the as they arise.

Michael Richman
Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker
KIAN Realty
450 7th Avenue Suite 1501
New York, NY 10123
212-757-8268 x220
917-991-2528
mrichman@kianrealtynyc.com
www.kianrealtynyc.com
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Sun Mar 10, 2013
J. Kendrick answered:
Gentrification will make property values increase. All the hipster/WASPy yuppie artist types will move in and you will see a working class exodus. Basically, half of BK is becoming little Williamsburg :-/ ... more
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
The Stephen FitzMaurice Team answered:
You can refinance, short sale, or walk away and let the home foreclosure. Refinance is best if possible, and then short sale. Foreclosure is the worst.
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Tue Dec 27, 2011
Jerry Cibulski answered:
The real estate community works with buyers, sellers and renters. The advice given is going to help a range of people depending on the question or answers. Some answers will be well received by buyers and not be welcomed by sellers. The opposite is also true. The real fact is the real estate agents are providing advice in the real estate segment of business and the consumer gains from the knowledge and input.
Does a doctors answers benefit just the medical field?
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Tue Dec 27, 2011
Jerry Cibulski answered:
This market is a buyers market. This means the pricing and selection are best for the home buyers. If you can make a purchase, this is a great time to make a purchase. Pricing, rates and selection are amongst the best you will find. Happy House Hunting! ... more
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Sat Dec 17, 2011
First Last answered:
You can ask to see the utility bills for the past year prior to making an offer on a house. This will give you some idea, but thermostat settings and personal habits can dramatically affect those numbers.

Most older homes will have a steam heat system, which is excellent when properly maintained and adjusted. Steam can be fueled by oil, natural gas, or any other fuel; originally some houses burned coal. You might also find hot water heat, electric under the floor heating in some rooms, or forced air heat.

No, there is no average heating bill, but there is a range. There are many things that can be done to reduce the expense of winter heating, but in general, the bigger the house, the bigger the bill.

Karla Harby
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Rutenberg Realty
kharby@crrnyc.com
917-365-0876
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Mon Oct 10, 2011
Abu Musa answered:
You may visit my web site www.brooklynrealestatenyc.com Click neighborhood scroll down to the page under further reading click homefacts.Also you may call police station. Thank you.
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Mon Oct 10, 2011
Abu Musa answered:
This is best time to buy because interest rate and home price.Thank you.
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Thu Aug 18, 2011
Alan May answered:
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Oh... wait... you said OBO...

never mind. ... more
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Sat Aug 13, 2011
Joseph Runfola answered:
The weather cannot even be predicted more than a few days forward. The groundhog is like most other prophets; it delivers its prediction and then disappears.
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Wed Aug 3, 2011
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Wed Nov 3, 2010
Lamar M. Collins answered:
I would recommend that you consult with a licensed realtor in the Ditmas Park area who can determine the market value of the apartment. In addition, I would also suggest that you contact a licensed contractor and/or home inspector for an estimate cost of repairs. Upon receiving both information you can determine the best offer after deducting repair cost. ... more
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Sat Oct 30, 2010
michele cadogan answered:
Slk,

Some boards require 3-6 months of reserve. If you have a particular building in mind you may want to check the management company , usually their contact info is listed in the vestibule area above the doorbells. Also check with your lender because the reserves that the lender requires may be different the than the building. So you'll need to meet the req of both the building and the lender. ... more
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