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Fri Mar 22, 2013
Susan Hanson answered:
Hi there,
Appraisers typically look back 3 to 6 months for the comparable "solds" in the same subdivision and will compare 1-stories with other 1-stories and 2-stories with other 2-stories of similar square footage. They'll also take into consideration size of lot, location of lot (does it back to commercial or main street, etc.) and what condition the property is in, including updates.

Without knowing any of these things about your home, it would be difficult to say. However, a quick market analysis of your subdivision for past six months shows that homes have sold pretty quickly (within a couple months) at between $116.73psf and $213.80psf.

Current homes on the market are priced between $189.10psf and $308.61psf. Hope this helps! Feel free to contact me for further details. Thanks!

Susan
Your Home Is Where My Heart Is!
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Wed Dec 10, 2014
Matthew D'Ercole answered:
Please call me about your question. I would rather share this info over the phone. There is a lot to know about our current market and what Institutional Investors are doing. We've been in the business since 1985 and have helped hundreds of buyers and investors over these many years. Thanks, Matthew 702.501.0973 ... more
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Sun Mar 24, 2013
Dallas Texas answered:
Refer your question to county tax office

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Mon Jul 1, 2013
Scott Riddle answered:
Because agents are lazy and don't follow the mls rules. I apologize for all agents since this gives us a bad name. If you would like I will go get pictures of the home for you.

Thanks
Scott Riddle

RE/MAX Affinity
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Mon Apr 29, 2013
Janet Lynchard answered:
I would love to have the chance to help you, Anthony. Please feel free to call me at 281-415-7500. None of what you are wanting should be hard to find. Thank you,
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Wed Nov 30, 2016
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Wed Jan 22, 2014
Patrick Jackson answered:
Hi KK,

In case you can't tell from the responses, this is one of our favorite questions and yes, we all recommend ourselves. You can search agent profiles on Trulia. Each profile gives you access to the agent's information, questions that the agent has answered for other buyers and sellers, and recommendations that the agent has received from clients. Just click on the agent photo to access their profile. Read some profiles and see who might be a good fit for you. Then interview a few agents by phone.

You can search for agents in frisco at: http://m.trulia.com/voices/directory/Frisco-pros--15342. The Pro agents on this list paid Trulia to be at the front of the list, but don't hold that against them.

Good luck on your search for your new home!
Patrick Jackson
REALTOR, ABR, E-Pro, GRI
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Fri Oct 11, 2013
Stephen McRory answered:
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YES, its always best to have an Attorney in your corner, especially if it can be paid for you!

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Sat Jul 18, 2015
Jory Blake answered:
Your good to go, start working with a top notch lender now and they will get you in shape to purchase in 3-6 months. Do exactly what they say and you'll get a loan. Then work with a top notch buyers agent
and do what they say , and you'll get a house.

Take care,

Jory Blake
Riverside Real Estate Agent
951.742.3751
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Fri Mar 22, 2013
Shannon Anderson answered:
if you are asking about buying a home, the answer is no. If you are asking about buying and not having MI, then you should talk to a lender, but my understanding is yes.
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Sat Oct 8, 2016
Brian Rickard answered:
Give ma a call and I can give you a list of some lenders that I have worked with before. We aren't a part of the financing piece but they can give you their expert advice and discuss all your options.

Brian
817.988.1588
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Fri Mar 29, 2013
Hank Lauzon answered:
Good Morning New Yorker...

This property has been taken off of the market.
There were multiple offers placed and then there was a fire at the brokerage.

However,..there are several other homes available in that area.
If you wish,...I can set you up with a search engine that will email listings directly to your email box as they become available.
They will be quite detailed with pictures.

I work with many out of state clients and are good at communicating over the distance.

Also,....if you would like to set up your own home search to use at your leisure...feel free to register to my website at http://www.HanksLVRealestate.com

If you need information on any property in Las Vegas and Henderson of if you would like to learn more about current market conditions, please call or email me at anytime..

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Fri Dec 27, 2013
Andre Shambley answered:
Hi Phillippe,

Thank you for your inquiry. My name is Andre Shambley. My team and I can help you accomplish this. Send me an email through Trulia to schedule a time to meet.

Andre Shambley
Real Living FSR
786-704-8482
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Sun Mar 17, 2013
Alma Kee answered:
Hi,

Unless a Short Sale has been "approved" the asking price is pure fiction. Also lenders will do their own independent appraisal or Broker Price Opinion so you cannot buy a property much below full market value.

Right now we are in a Seller's market in Tampa Bay so if you can pay cash you will be able to compete in the multiple offer scenarios seen on every property listed.

If you need to get a mortgage, you may want to focus on a HomePath, HomeSteps or HUD owned foreclosed property since they are only available to owner-occupant buyers. You will still have to compete with at least 10 other buyers but most will not be ALL CASH.

If you would like to search with "genuine" info on the current status (note: some websites will show properties that are "active with contract" as "active"), you're welcome to sign up for a listingbook account on my website: www.SoldOnTampa.com

Active with Contract listings are under contract and you cannot buy them until/if the current buyer backs out. If you can pay cash, the seller may consider a "backup" offer and you may be able to get a bargain on a Short Sale if the current buyer walks and you can pay cash and close within 2 weeks.

Apollo Beach has a coal fired power plant and some of the surrounding areas may have higher crime so you may even want to rent for a year to get familiar with our neighborhoods before buying.

All the best,
Alma
Alma Rose Kee, PA
Future Home Realty
813.244.9898
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Wed Mar 25, 2015
Michael Cheng answered:
Unfortunately, it's your lack of downpayment that is a bigger constraint in this market. There are banks who can handle little credit to poor credit, but without a significant downpayment, you won't be able to win a bid or qualify for the loan. At that price point, you'll come up against plenty of cash buyers or people who don't need any loan or appraisal contingencies, which you aren't able to give up.

Since you have such good income, focus on saving up $75K in the next 6-8 months and try again at the end of the year to have a good shot at a home.
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Jim Pennington answered:
Please remember that the list price is simply the asking price. Most sellers set a price above what they expect to sell for. Some are reasonably higher, others are unreasonably high. A cash purchase has the advantage for the seller of not having to wait for the buyer to secure financing, or sometimes, being unable to secure financing. It also means no waiting for an appraisal or a survey if the buyer chooses not to have those items. A cash offer, with verified funds, typically means a faster closing with less headaches. And that's always attractive to a seller. Please let me know if I can help you with finding a home. Thanks! ... more
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Thu Mar 21, 2013
Philip Sencer answered:
If anyone could predict the future in R E we would be rich and retired. All I can say is that the entire market in all Burbs and chicago neighborhoods has started to change after 5-6 yrs of disaster. The extent to which that will progress is unknown. Plan to keep whatever you buy longer than shorter. 2yrs is not long. When you add your closing costs ont he buy side and the sell side you will need to have about a 7% appreciation just to break even. Why bother doing this if you cannot at least make 20% return and no way that will happen in 2-3yrs. ... more
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Tue May 21, 2013
Barry Shapiro answered:
Hi Valerie...Can you keep a secret? [Leisure Village in Camarillo] After you study the demographics of the aging baby-boomer generation, you will connect the dots and realize this gated senior community is poised for long-term appreciation. Yesterday, apx.10,000 aging baby-boomers celebrated their 60th birthday, as they did today and will do so tomorrow. Promise you'll keep this a secret? ... more
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Sun Mar 31, 2013
Ian Halpin answered:
MSC,

I am not an attorney and you should definitely think about getting one, or at least getting good counsel. But if you are pretty savvy and organized you can possibly do this on your own. Two things to do immediately:
1. Get on the phone with your bank ASAP. Your silence will lead them to believe you do not care. Open up a dialogue and see what options are available to you. A loan modification is quite a process but can be done. If you only owe a few months they may put it on the back end for you if you can prove ability to pay. Banks do not want to own real estate if they don't have to. If you can get to a branch that may also be a good start. Always helps to talk to real person. Can't hurt.
2. Absolutely keep the court date. It takes over a year for a foreclosure to go through. So get in front of the judge and tell him you are working it out. Time is on your side.

I wish you luck. If you are persistent you should prevail.

Ian Halpin / Broker
Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty
425 W. North Ave. / Chicago, IL 60610
O: 312.335.3220 / F: 312.229.9190 / C: 773.531.4479
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Wed Mar 20, 2013
Kylee Roe answered:
Why don't you buy it? Then you'd not have to worry.

I am not an attorney, so can't give legal advice--seems to me if I had walk thru paperwork/documentation showing the home was in disarray when I moved in that the owner (bank or otherwise) could not hold me responsible for the condition of home when I move out--if condition is not worse. ... more
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