Understand that the LISTING PRICE has one primary objective, to attract attention: It is not intended to be set in stone, and in many cases it is not even a good guidelin ... more
Step 2. Get prequalified with a lender.
Step 3. Give your Realtor the address you're interested in.
Was the offer negotiated verbally or it was presented to you in person/via email?
If the offer a verbaly low offer, f.e., and your agent just ran it by you as an optio ... more
I agree with Betsy. Zillow is often wrong, but it is good for overall trends in values.
Assessors are often behind the market place, and that's a good thing - since th ... more
You can check the overall rates on the internet, f.e. Bankrate.com.
But, that's not state or credit score, or loan amount specific.
That's why it's great to check o ... more
No one can "get you" to do anything you don't want. You are in control of this process (and the market, of course).
You have to get comparable sales for the property ... more
Yes it's possible and yes, it's common.
4 ways to pay mortgage insurance
1) Lump sum up front paid cash (or a seller credit)
2) Lump sum rolled into loan a ... more
As you can see from all the responses you are getting regarding your housing question for the Yale area, there are many REALTORs who can help you with your search. I am extr ... more