Your lender is the best person to speak with you about this situation.
Are you looking to sell then buy with the money gained from your sell?
Yes, they should be able to add in the money you receive from the sale of your property!... more
it would certainly depend on the location in Marlborough and also the type of investment your looking into. There are many sides to Marlborough and rents can certainly vary. Overall Marlborough is a great plaice for an investment property. Whether it's for the purpose of becoming a landlord/owner and renting to tenants or for the sole purpose of buying homes that could use some MAJOR love at a low price, fixing them up to code and beyond and selling them for a profit there are great opportunities scattered throughout Marlborough.
Just recently sold an investment property in Marlborough and it was quite profitable for the investors.... more
Hopefully you have an agent that can help you with a pretty good CMA on a property to help position you to go in for a good price. Following a home inspection and of course both sides coming to a final agreement. Then you can give your lender the okay to go in for a home appraisal.... more
I agree with Scott - right now the site is in chaos.....I wouldn't spend a penny here for anything.
I used to get "leads" (people reached out to me after seeing my responses on the various forums, and reading about me and my experience on my website) but in the past year, that seems to have changed.
I would imagine all the issues this site is having have contributed to the lack of activity (especially now with no one being notified when new answers are posted, or when questions are posted in your area).
I did close some very nice sales, in the past, as a result of what I described above, but none in the past year (and I am very active on this part of the site, so that has remained constant).
Any so called "Leads" I am emailed from T are all spam these days. They are generic responses that say they want me to call them.....they never respond when I email them back, and ask them what they want!
Some years ago I paid to be an orange "Pro" for a year (I liked the color :) ), but dropped it, and did better actually without it.
I understand T's prices are going up for zip codes.......one agent told me he was paying for a 51% share of his zip code- he was just notified his current payment will now only cover 17% once his current plan is up!
Lots of luck to them.......... more