the fee is negotiable, however to understand what the fee is and isn't I suggest you go to a web site www.coloradohoaforum.com read how this is an unjustified and unwarranted fee to benefit not the HOA but property managers, this should be ended, period, the fees are not justified by work performed, please visit this site to get informed,... more
Hello, Stephen. I am not sure what you are asking but if it is “How do I list a rental on Trulia.com?” then you should scroll all the way down to the bottom to this page. Look for the “Have a question? Visit our Help Center to find the answer” link at the bottom and click on the link.... more
I was just looking through old post and I noticed yours. If you were not able to refinance at the time of the post, I can certainly help you out now. You can call me at 408-352-5147 or email me at AGreer@themortgageoutlet.com. You can check us out at http://www.TheMortgageOutlet.com. I will look at your situation and present you with some options.
Why do you think that an agreement on how you will settle the sale of the house should a sale take place make you a more attractive borrower? What you are talking about is a version of a pre-nuptial agreement that has nothing to do with nuptials. Letâ€™s call it a pre-breakup agreement. Whatever you call it and whatever you agree to, make sure that you get it in writing â€“ preferably with the help of an attorney.... more
I think the issue at hand here is agents taking a lower offer because they are double ending the deal. This is an issue but more of an exception than a rule. I don't think a grammar lesson or all caps is in order. The seller will always take the strongest offer with the highest net price. On rare occasions agents hold back a higher offer from a bank or seller to get their offer accepted. This is illegal and can cost an agent his/her license or REO account. This doesn't happen very often because of that. If you are finding that your offers are being rejected it's likely because they are weaker offers. Less down, more contingencies, lower deposit, bad lender, are all possible issues.... more
You are in a growing majority of borrowers falling victim to one of the newest ways the banks devised to stick it to homeowners and taxpayers - give trial mods - collect payments - deny permanent mod - foreclose - and collect bailout money by the millions! Aside from a lawsuit, you could beg the bank for help - they know what they are doing - and they will have some bogus reason for denying people who paid on time and in full during the trial modification period - "test" period as it is believed to be by the person trying to pass the test - visit my law firm's web site to learn more about suing lenders for not giving permanent loan modifications to California homeowners who passed the "test" of the trial modification.
Contact a title company like First American for the sales history. Some of the information may also be found in your preliminary title report that you should have received when you purchased the property. There may be a small fee associated. You can also obtain public records for a fee from the county assessors office.... more
More information would be helpful. Normally HOA fees (dues) are not paid up front before closing. However, part of the escrow is obtaining the CC&Rs and HOA documents for transferring the HOA to the buyer, these sometimes have to be paid up front, but your escrow instructions should have indicated that pre-payment. This cost doesnot go to the actual HOA but to the HOA management company. That is probably where those funds went.... more
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