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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Jason Hilliard answered:
At your convenience, please give me a call at 216-258-8515! Jason Hilliard, Keller Williams
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Oh my G....!

"Realtor doesn't have much experience. Any advice besides hiring a real estate attorney? Anyone have a story "

Do not take a new Realtor® to a short. At the poinof bankruptcy you should have bailed and let them know you would be back if they were able to get it released. ... more
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Tue Jan 15, 2013
Lenderbradford answered:
Samosvoja,

What you need to do is to speak with a Lender/Loan Officer. There as some programs for First Time Buyers, however those programs do have Income Limits. Talking with a Lender/Loan Officer that knows the Strongville area would be the best thing for you to do.

With that said, my offices are in Parma Heights. Just a stones throw from Strongsville. Check my profile page and call me if you want.
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Fri Nov 16, 2012
Rita Legan answered:
Hello Russ, Don't you love Trulia and the ability to list your home for free? If I were you I would have a rent application at the ready. You probably would want to have the prospective tenant furnish you with a credit report and possibly a background check. Since water and sewer run "with your home" these are utilities you may not be able to put in tenants name and will have to decide how you want to deal with this. Most real estate companies have an "offer to lease" then owner to furnish a final lease acceptable to both both parties. I just secured a 3 year lease for a happy owner who is very happy to have this 3 year lease with a credit worthy tenant so they can further "chew"down the mortgage before they sell. ... more
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Fri Aug 4, 2017
Nataliya Maydaniv answered:
Yes, there are currently two houses with a rent-to-own option. For more information you can reach me at 440-390-1303.
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Sat Oct 13, 2012
Danny Calvert answered:
It really comes down to whether they seller is ready to deal or not. Many times the seller will reduce the list price and then if you submit an offer shortly after they do they will wait and see what kid of action they get from the price reduction before they will accept and offer the is more the 10% below the list price. If you have a realtor working with you he can do some homework to get a better idea of what they are looking for. Also if you are placing bids as an investor during the first look period you are wasting your time. Feel free to contact me with any other questions.

Dan Calvert
Classic Realty Group
440-227-2021
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Thu Sep 27, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
The Bank will only finance 80% of the Appraised Value;
$202,000 x 80% = $161,600

You can either accept that,
or find a new Lender and start all over.

Some say that you can contest the Appraisal, but that doesn't hold much promise. ... more
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Fri Oct 12, 2012
Kristin answered:
Bummer, I'm renting out my condo in Strongsville, but it's a 2 bedroom, for $1,100 per month. It will be available in September 2012. Go to Craigslist, I saw some rentals on there with 3 bedrooms. Good luck. ... more
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Wed Jun 8, 2011
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Yes, you can give me a call at 440-243-5889

Are you working with a Realtor at this time? Have you been to a lender?

Arlene Sperk
Russell Realty
440-243-5889
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Tue Mar 12, 2013
Jennifer R. Burke answered:
The problem we are seeing with 'all electric homes' from Buyers who do their research is that there is a remote possibility that the electric company may discontinue the discount given to these types of homes. I have had buyers in the past two years purchase these types of homes in the area and while that has been their concern, they have considered the cost savings also. ... more
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Thu May 30, 2013
Alex & Carlos Team Aguilar answered:
Your better off looking for preservation companies and general contractors who are approved to work for banks. Asset management companies are rarely going to deal with you on the local level. It's too time consuming for them. They want 1 contact and that contact will handle a region of the United States. That contact will deal with the pain of finding all of the local contractors, vendors to do the work. You want to find that 1 contact they deal with and get approved to work with them.

The article written below talks about contractors looking for business.
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Tue Oct 26, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Consider visiting local realty offices and let them know about your company and the services offered, possibly leave some flyers behind--some of the larger offices do have regular staff meetings, consider asking the broker owner and or office manger if you can speak for a few minutes at one of those meetings, etc. ... more
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Sun Feb 19, 2012
Bold Real Estate Consultants answered:
Samantha,

I can help you please email me at sajag@kw.com so I can discuss your options and the availability of properties that meet your need. I look forward to assisting you.

Sajag ... more
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Wed Jul 8, 2009
Fred Griffin answered:
You say they are PRICING their homes at 2007 prices.

Are the homes SELLING for those prices?

In general, they are worth what they are currently Selling for, not what people are asking for them.


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Best wishes to you,
Fred
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
Patrick Beringer answered:
Easy--List the land with a Realtor at the market rate. If he wants it he can make an offer like anyone else.
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Wed Jul 25, 2007
David M. Childress answered:
No, there's usually plenty of room. If anyone asks, your an agent representing a client for a similar home. No one should care esp. if you ask for their card for future reference!!
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Thu Apr 28, 2011
Matt Hayes answered:
Whether it's a good time to sell is determined by your motivation. Why do you want to sell? Where do you want to go next? What are the reasons that your home is not for you anymore?


Be honest with yourself and find out what works for you!
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