Alfredo, Ninguna direcciÃ³n de comienzo de la pista en disco dada, proporciona por favor una direcciÃ³n para el hogar.
Translation by Babel fish, No home address given, please provide an address for the home.... more
As I am sure you are awared the Rental Market is great now. By pulling simila comps in hialeah Gardens I am getting that 4/2s are renting from 2,000 to 3,900 but it depensds on the excat location and also on the conditions of the home. does yours has a pool?
I will be glad to get you as much money as possible to your perty. I will advertise it to my larg list of renters and broker and I am sure I can get you a good tenent ASAP...
Please contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org or cell 305-303-7533... more
A title company would be able to identify any liens against the property. You can contact one directly or if you are working with a real estate agent, they may already have an established relationship with a title company that they can contact for you. A preliminary title search would identify any liens on the property as well as any CC&Rs, etc. Taxes should be public record. In Pierce County where I live and work anyone can access the records for the Pierce County Assessor/Treasurer and then enter a parcel number or specific property address once on the site. There is then a tab for property details as well as tax info. Here you can select tax information to see when the last time taxes were paid and how much is owed. If this is not publicly available to you online for your County, you should be able to call your assessor treasurers office so that they can advise you on how to find that information. They may even be able to tell you by phone if it's not online. Good luck!
Sheryl Williams | Broker, REALTORÂ®
ASP, Accredited Staging Professional
Windermere Real Estate/Cascades Group, Inc.
Puyallup, WA 98375-2249
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Osvaldo: Almost all FHA certifications for Hialeah have expired to buy properties with a condo association, only those with lot and block in the legal description might be FHA approved depending on the property conditions.... more
Yani, the closing cost is something that may be negotiated by both buyer & seller, but seller does not need to agree. Before you sign the contract, make sure your agent verifies comparible sold properties within the area. Confirm if the home has any know violations. Violations can be a setback in the transaction process. Remember, this is HIALEAH!... more
regarding you deposit you should get it back, the deposit was for a specific house, when that deal ends through a release of escrow agreement, the escrow deposit should be returned officially ending that deal. You can than write a new check when you find your next home. you should not mix deposits or mix deals, keep things seperate. Request you deposit back at once. Good luck... more