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Suren Pogosov, Real Estate Pro in Princeton, NJ
Fri Apr 19, 2013
Suren Pogosov answered:
Cedelen,

I can help you with model names with SF at the addresses but I don’t have the actual floor plans. The home owners might have copy of the floor plan from the builder but I didn't see this information posted online.
Feel free to contact me with any questions. I know this community very well.

Thank you.

SUREN POGOSOV
Realtor, Sales Associate Selling in NJ & PA
Keller Williams Princeton & Delaware Valley Realty
Toll Free: (888)817-7383 Ext.1328 Cell: (347)782-2036
My web-site: www.SurenRealtor.com
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Stephen McRo…, Real Estate Pro in Tampa, FL
Mon Jun 24, 2013
Stephen McRory answered:
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If you would like a Sink Hole map, contact me. That 'hole' area (get, hole area? lol) has more spots than a leaopard!

I'm pretty sure that I have access to more Sink Hole info than anyone else on this forum.

www.pro-option.com

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Fred Golden &…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Fri Feb 8, 2013
Fred Golden & Barbara Field answered:
Our team is always available to help. We are very sorry that your original agent was lacking in professionalism. We would be very happy to represent you.
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David Peck, Real Estate Pro in Beaverton, OR
Mon Jan 28, 2013
David Peck answered:
Hi Mark,

A good place to start is by contacting a competent realtor who can take a look at your home and provide you with an opinion of what you could sell it for in today's market. The Oregon City market has been shifting in favor of sellers the over the last few months and has seen some value appreciation.

If you'd like me to provide you with a value, please let me know. I am local to Oregon City and know the area well.

David Peck
Realtor, FACS
Oregon First
Phone: 503-516-2013
davidpeck@oregonfirst.com
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Jerry Heard, Real Estate Pro in San Diego, CA
Fri Nov 1, 2013
Jerry Heard answered:
Peter,
I can understand your frustration, If you are working with a Realtor who really knows what you want they can guide you in the way to make the best offer quickly. Cash does not always make that big of a difference if the home is in sound shape and your offer is strong. Most of the homes being sold these days are financed.
Living far away is more of a problem than the cash buyers. Since many people are making offers you need to get your offer in right away. If it takes you several days to see the home, it may already be off of the market Your Realtor needs to sell you to the seller and their agent. It is not just a matter of sending the offer in.

Local Help with Your Real Estate Needs

Jerry Heard
Your Broker
The San Diego Property Shop
www.TheSanDiegoPropertyShop.com
jerry.sdps@cox.net
Direct 619-920-9796
Office 619-269-5545
Fax 619-269-9168
CA DRE # 00648687
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Debra (Debbi…, Real Estate Pro in Livingston, NJ
Fri Feb 1, 2013
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Well, no one should rush into buying a home, afterall, it' s not like buying a coat that you can return if you decide you made the wrong choice!

Basically, though, you answered your own question - you said: " I want to wait until..........etc.".

Ok - so wait!

I don't know how long you have been looking, or how comfortable you are with the buying process as yet......but no agent should rush you into makinf an offer.

That being said - it shouldn't really take that long to speak with, and be pre-approved by a lender, especially if you're working with an agent who can recommend some good mortgage reps.
I do suggest you use someone who is referred to you.

Overall - you may just not be ready to move forward, and that's ok.

It's fine to take your time before you jump in with an offer......just make sure you won't regret holding back if the house sells before you're ready.

If it does - there will always be another house!

Only you can tell if you're ready.

Good luck!
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Debra (Debbi…, Real Estate Pro in Livingston, NJ
Mon Jan 28, 2013
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
I would hope that some local agents, from the Aiken, SC area, will come along and actually answer your question!

If they don't, you can always check Trulia's list of agents above, and reach out to a few of them for help.

Best wishes.........
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Micah Kennedy, Real Estate Pro in Murfreesboro, TN
Tue Jul 7, 2015
Micah Kennedy answered:
Good morning! Honestly the best way to negotiate new construction is by having a buyer-side real estate agent who will have only your best interests in mind. If you contact the builder directly then you will be an unrepresented party. The builder always has his bottom line to be aware of. Any money above the bottom line he makes will be bonus-type money. If you are interested in having a buyer-side agent please contact me at micahkennedytn@gmail.com or give me a call at (615) 594-2406. Have a nice day! ... more
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Stephen McRo…, Real Estate Pro in Tampa, FL
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Stephen McRory answered:
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You need to stop looking for homes and not waste any realtor's time until you get your own house in order and clean up your credit.

The credit score is not all that matters, Getting to the 620 score just gets you into the dance, you still have to get a lender to dance with you.

How do you know you have a 609 score? If you did a WORTHLESS online FICO (aka FAKE-O in the mortgage industry) credit check, you're actual MORTGAGE credit score could be much lower.

See this about "ONLINE" credit scores: http://www.trulia.com/blog/steve_31/2012/07/using_real_estate_commissions_to_buy_down_interest_rates_under_3_and_more

If you want someone who will not sugar coat things and tell you the facts, contact me and I'll help you if you're willing to put forth the effort to help yourself.

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Stephen McRo…, Real Estate Pro in Tampa, FL
Mon Jan 28, 2013
Stephen McRory answered:
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Heck no you can't buy cheap in Florida, this ain't freakin West VA!

But if you buy now, you can buy up to 6% to 7% cheaper than if you wait till Dec. 2013!

We got everybody and their mother all over the freak’n world wanting to buy a piece of Florida!

Buy now or pay more later!

Steve McRory
Pro Option Mortgage/ Florida
steve@pro-option.com
WWW.PRO-OPTION.COM
Ph: 888 662 4404
#204296

Prior Service U.S. Marine Corps
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K.C. Jones, Real Estate Pro in Irving, TX
Fri Sep 5, 2014
K.C. Jones answered:
I would say honesty is the best policy. Tell the listing agent your intention. He/she is paid by the seller at closing.
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Shannon Jones, Real Estate Pro in Seal Beach, CA
Sat Feb 16, 2013
Shannon Jones answered:
Hi Rachel,

Yes, that's very feasible. You won't pay any commission as a buyer -- that's paid for by the seller. When you decide to rent it out, the typical fee for property management is 7 percent.

You'll want to consider potential rents when determining whether a particular property will make sense to convert to a rental property. We can help you compare sales prices as well as evaluate future rental potential.

Please feel free to call or email if you'd like to discuss your plans in more detail. I can be reached at 562-896-2456 or Info@ShowMeHome.com.

Shannon Jones
Keller Williams Realty
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Shanna Rogers, Real Estate Pro in Murrieta, CA
Fri May 24, 2013
Shanna Rogers answered:
Hi Jacedionne,

Get pre-approved for your loan (unless you're paying all cash) - so you know what properties you should look at for purchase. And, hire a Realtor to assist you - unless you know all the Real Estate laws in your state. The seller usually pays all the commission - for both the listing agent and the selling agent (buyer's agent).

Shanna Rogers
SR Realty
www.RealtyBySR.com
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George Stroud, Both Buyer and Seller in New York
Wed Sep 28, 2016
George Stroud answered:
It goes past being unethical. It's actionable by the NYDOS if it can be proved that the agent representing the buyer knowingly failed in his/her fiduciary duties.
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Fajardo Dela…, Real Estate Pro in Flushing, NY
Thu Apr 16, 2015
Fajardo Delacruz answered:
I would like to introduce myself as the leading Century Homes realty Group, agent in
the Queens, Long Island and Brooklyn areas. I close and work on short sales from start to finish.

Please feel free to contact me at any time to let me know how I may be of help to you.

Fajardo Delacruz
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Century Homes Realty Group llc
Direct Line: 347-932-0609
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Javier Menes…, Real Estate Pro in Melville, NY
Thu Mar 19, 2015
Javier Meneses answered:
Assuming that you're working with a Realtor, they could walk you through the steps. Once you have determined what you feel comfortable as far as a dollar amount offer, you and your Realtor will fill out a binder, which is used to present a written offer to any seller. If you're not working with a Realtor (I strongly suggest you do), you would pretty much speak to the seller and agree on a price and terms. In either case, after there you guys reach an agreement, it's then put in paper (contract). Good luck!

Javier Meneses
NMLS #23130
Senior Loan Officer
Sterling National Bank
jmeneses@snb.com
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Marilee Nick…, Real Estate Pro in Pueblo, CO
Thu Jan 24, 2013
Marilee Nickelson answered:
Hopefully you are going somewhere wonderful! There are a lot of things to consider when deciding whether or not to sell. One is how much you owe compared to how much you will be able to get out of your house. Another is if you would consider keeping it and using it as a rental. As you know, there are many military families that are stationed here, and some may prefer to rent -- and rent from another military family. If you will have no other ties to this area, you may prefer to make a clean cut, and move to your new area without having to look back.

I will be delighted to talk to you and provide you with a market analysis on your current home. This will at least give you some info that can be helpful in making a very big decision!

Warm regards,

marilee

Marilee Nickelson
Cherry Creek Properties, LLC
marilee.nickelson@gmail.com
719-406-4425
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Jay Cooke, Real Estate Pro in Greenwich, CT
Mon Jun 29, 2015
Jay Cooke answered:
Hi rkhjr2008,

Depending on style, amenities and finishes the costs can vary widely from roughly $200 to $450 a sq. ft. If you go the modular route, the costs can decrease dramatically. Some of the other variables might be needed site work, utilities including water and electric etc.

Look at the newer construction in the area, find homes you like and go to Town Hall to see who built them. That way to can deal with folks whose work you like and who have built in the area.

Good luck,
Jay
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Chris Alward,  in Fort Myers, FL
Thu Mar 7, 2013
Chris Alward answered:
There aren't that many houses for sale in Lehigh, half the houses you see as available show up on sites like Trulia and Realtor.com as Active and available, when in actuality they are probably short sales that have multiple contracts on them. Under the status of Active Contingent Short Sale, these homes still show up as for sale to the consumer on these sites. If you'd really like to see what is available out there and what you can get in your price range, email me at HealThisLand@aol.com and tell me what you are looking for, or call or text me at 239-699-8233. Thank You. Chris Alward. Leisure American Realty. ... more
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Cindy Davis, Real Estate Pro in San Diego, CA
Sat May 10, 2014
Cindy Davis answered:
Any answers I could offer would be guesses. I presume this is a short sale and they can take anywhere from 2-6 months on average. Good luck.
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