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Home Buying in Hilliard : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 12, 2017
Chloe.jade.foxx asked:
my boyfriend and I are wanting to purchase a house but we are unsure if he can qualify any help or advice would be appriciated
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Mon Jun 15, 2015
Ryan A. Hetsler, J.D. answered:
Jessica,
If you are still looking for an answer to your question, please e-mail me at rhetsler@kw.com. I'd be happy to connect you with a couple of lenders that may be able to assist.
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Wed Jul 3, 2013
Ang Joseph answered:
Hi Amanda,

You can contact the management company: Rickert Property Management 614-538-1717. They will be able to provide you the monthly fee for the unit you are interested in. I am seeing for the units approximately $171-$173 per month.

If I can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Ang Joseph
614-664-3166
ang@angjoseph.com
www.angjoseph.com
EXIT Realty Leaders
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Sun Aug 19, 2012
Jason Tuttle answered:
Call me I may have a house for you that a member of my VFW is going to lose, she needs to sell, amy work something with you.
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Sun Aug 19, 2012
Jason Tuttle answered:
After finding tax on auditor web site if county has then listed, you can calculate from there, or send me an email I can help walk you throught it.
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Fri Nov 20, 2009
. answered:
Ouch! That sales rep represents the builder NOT YOU!! You absolutely need buyer representation in a new build, often times even more so than in an existing home purchase. Now, it sounds like what you have on your hands is a personal debate and one that any agent would be wise not to 'get involved in' either. BUT, speaking from a market value standpoint only, a 4th bedroom always carries more value than a loft. If you go with the loft, be certain it is positioned and structured in such a way that you are able to finish it into a 4th bedroom in the future need be. ... more
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Sat May 2, 2009
tom roberts answered:
Zsa,Hard to tell,shortsales are hard to read,depends on agent who listed it(if they know what they are doing,as far as paperwork etc..) if there is a second,it may not matter if you have cash,it could go to sheriff sale.If you have time and what it,get a Realtor and and go through the motions.

TJ
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Mon Dec 8, 2008
Jerri Furniss answered:
Mdarr: Unfortunately, when you are dealing with a Bank as the Seller, these things happen. Even the agent representing the Bank has only so much they can do. Banks are not licensed Realtors and do not have the same "sense of urgency" as the rest of us. I would advise any Buyer attempting to purchase a foreclosed home to expect lots of delays. Then, at that point. you need to decide if you are willing to be patient in order to get the home you want. Do Not Take It Personally! As I said, this seems to be the way some Banks [not all] do business when selling a foreclosed home. Also, let your Realtor do all the worrying and paper chasing.

Best of Luck.
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Sat Sep 6, 2008
Jimmy Johnson answered:
No not Always. A lot of factors come in to play. I would talk with a few lenders!
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Tue Aug 19, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
Good Afternoon Chad,

Make sure you do your homework, if buying from auction you will be responsible for all liens, unpaid taxes and be responsible for evicting anyone living in the property. If it is vacant and is being sold by the bank or realtor as a REO home. Then note you are buying as is, so do your inspections before so you can reflect any work in your offer, be prequalified, be ready to close in 30 days or less, dont put any contingincies in your offer and make your best offer. good luck ... more
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Wed Mar 12, 2008
Don Bush Team answered:
That is reasonable. Lenders have been more reasonable and responsive recently than before. I have had buyers recently get accepted offers in Hilliard, Dublin, and Olentaangy S D's for 65% of Comparable Value to 85% of "CMA.". Investors have been offering even lower. Good Luck! You are buying at the best time. ... more
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Tue Mar 11, 2008
Alene Atkins answered:
Scott,
Was the property inspected by a licensed wood infestation (termite) company when you bought it? If so, the liability might be theirs, especially if that same company had treated the property for infestation within the last year. Bore holes along the foundation of the home or in concrete around the home would indicate prior treatment. Also a baiting system around the home would be very apparent (Sentricon or something like that). ... more
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