I recently sold my farm. Listed on Saturday night before Easter. Got 5 (YES FIVE) offers turned in on the next Tuesday. I was out of town for work Tuesday and could not get back before 7 PM on Wednesday. Had my real estate agent to tell them that I had multiple offers and would look at everything on Wednesday night. Two backed out and had 3 make offers above asking price. One asked for things that were unacceptable, the other 2 were excellent offers and by 9 PM had sent an acceptance to one of the other two. To wait 3 days and then be told to make another offer is unacceptable, if not down right unethical of the agent to participate in this behavior..... more
I feel that anytime is the best time to buy a home once they are on a great price like for sales for example. There are some beautiful homes in Brooklyn & Queens. I personally used Massada Home Sales they are the leading, full service, real estate broker in Brooklyn and Queens NY.... more
Dallas has not been a huge builder of contemporary homes ... I have a huge list of clients love to purchase these properties. ! If they are typically Million +
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If you are a for sale by owner the post is not allowed, you can however try blogging about the property; if and when you do list with an agent, he/she can post it for you, ask; or consider any flat fee realty company that feeds into the site.... more
Q: We currently live in a SF home but want to buy another home, can we use our current home as collateral,[?] it is free and clear.
A: Yes, one way that has been brought up is that you can do a cash out refinance. I didn't read where you said you would be buying the new home as a primary residence, so if you are going to remain living in your current home then you could very easily do it as a primary residence since you'd still be living there. Even if you are going to be buying this new home as an eventual home for your retirement, etc. but will be remaining in your current home for at least the 1st year of the new mortgage you could do the refinance as a primary residence.
Depending on how much the new purchase price is as well as how much cash out you could get from your current home, you may be able to purchase the new home free & clear or if it's not enough to buy it outright you could get the down payment out of your current home and use it to get more attractive financing terms on the purchase.
I have to ask though... are you really buying in Tulia, TX or did you just type in "Trulia" and Tulia was the closest match?
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