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Home Buying in North Olmsted : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Oct 7, 2016 asked:
Wed May 29, 2013
Lon Mapes answered:
Ideally, to get the best rate and terms you'd like to have 20% or more down. It depends on a lot of other factors as well. Find a reputable lender to talk to. Ask your trusted friends for a referral to a lender they know. ... more
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Tue May 28, 2013
Lon Mapes answered:
Hi agree with Paul. Contact the owner and ask them if they will do a short sale with you. A short sale will do less damage to the owner's credit than a foreclosure will so that is one way to motivate them to work with you. ... more
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Wed May 8, 2013
jaguarkeeper answered:
I moved here 12 years ago and it is a very good community. However, there are a lot of "older" citizens who are at the point of downsizing and/or moving to warmer climates or moving into Asst. living facilities. There are practically no children in my entire development. Most of the homes are owned by people over age 60. Some well into their 80's. ... more
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Sun Nov 22, 2009
Paul Drury answered:
There is another option. Any tub / laundry sink should be considered a fixture and therefore should remain no matter what. It also depends upon how good your offer is. if submitted an offer that you know is a little low and you are expecting a counter-offer, you can always add the other items in subsequent offers. Everything is negotiable in real estate up and until you have a signed agreement. Once you have a signed agreement, you will then probably need to provide additional consideration (money) for anything else you may want. ... more
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