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Home Buying in 45424 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Oct 17, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
If you know who the listing agent is then you are in a good position since the bank will get the agent to do some ground work. They will be asked to value the house, get estimates, clean it and do other things needed. The agent could make a suggestion to the bank to allow your offer to be heard or to suggest the bank sell it as is and then you could make an offer. It would seem likely the bank would still allow others a time to make offers too, they will be curious to see if others out bid you. ... more
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Fri Aug 23, 2013
Doug Wagner answered:
Kathy-

Due to newer privacy laws, individuals can no longer inquire about a particular property's utility costs with the various utility providers. That information needs to come from the property owners. The listing agent or your buyer's agent should be able to secure that information on your behalf. ... more
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Tue Oct 9, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
Your best bet is to meet with a local and trusted loan officer who can prequailify you at no cost and after looking at your credit and financials let you know if there is a mortgage program you quailify for. The poorer the credit the more you may need to put down. the only way to tell is to meet a loan officer though. ... more
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Thu Oct 4, 2012
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
you want to know if you can cancel the sale AFTER the closing?

Well, I know I am in NJ, not Ohio......but I am going to take a guess that even in Ohio - once you close - the house is yours! ... more
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Thu Sep 20, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
It really sounds like you are trying to do this without the help of a Realtor;
Why would you do that when his representation would have been FREE.

You can do it yourself,
or you can get a Lawyer to help you. ... more
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Wed Sep 19, 2012
Tammy Murphy answered:
This is negotiable - shoule be written as part of the contract. Typically you may take possession AT closing (if the property is already vacant or the seller is moving out already.) However, some seller's may need to live in the house until the closing takes place and then request 2-5 days for the move process. Again - this is completely and totally up to what the parties agree to in the contract. I will say, if you as the "seller" keep possession past closing - the "buyer" is paying on the home and may want / request "RENT" for the time the seller is there after closing. This should also be in writing. The issues of liability are a big concern for both the buyer and the seller in this event - and it needs to be clear as to who has what responsibility. (The same would also be true on the reverse - say a buyer wants to take possession or move-in before the closing happens...) ... more
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Mon Aug 20, 2012
Bob and Sue Whigham answered:
This home is not listed in the MLS nor is it a HUD home yet. Not sure how you believe it is for sale. Please contact me to see if I can help. 937-435-2267 ext 163
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Fri Aug 17, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
As is generally means the owner is not willing to make any repairs.....
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Sat Aug 18, 2012
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
You need to contact a Realtor® that works with a HUD registered broker as soon as you can. The first step would be to print off and review the HUD property disclosure. The next step is to view the home. I would put in a bid before a home inspection because as an owner occupant if omething comes up that was not disclosed you do have an out.
Normally when I view HUD homes with my clients the properties are in no condition to live in while doing an ongoing live in rehab.
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Fri Jul 27, 2012
randy byrd answered:
Depends on the area. To get the true value will be determined by comparable sales and price per square foot in that area you are looking at. also condition.
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Sat Nov 2, 2013
Don Brenneman answered:
House hunter, as with most every question, the answer here really is.... "it depends". The rule of thumb for a good property with good value is to set the home price at 3% above the expected selling price and expect the first offer to be around 5% of the asking and to settle in between the 2 prices. When you have a home or client dealing with some other extraneous issues you may want to use a different approach., You may try to list at price where you expect the first offer to be somewhere around 10% below asking and settle around 5% below the original asking price. Of course, the better prepared and informed you and your agent are, the more effectively you can price the home and then more importantly, negotiate the final sell price. Finally, if you do not enjoy negotiating or not much of a risk taker, this can be a somewhat challenging process. So get with a great agent and let them do the heavy lifting for you. ... more
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Thu Jun 7, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
I do - about 90% of them I work with are investors.
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Sun Apr 29, 2012
Doug Wagner answered:
Your best source is the County Auditor's web site. Most county site addresses are www.co.countyname.oh.us. For example, go to www.co.montgomery.oh.us then search for the Audotors page then real estate section. The place many people get tripped up is when a property has a Homestead Exemption in place because the seller is over 65. If you have further questions, consult with your real estate professional. We're here to help if you need assistance. ... more
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Wed May 9, 2012
Bob and Sue Whigham answered:
Cherry Hill did not sell in the traditional sense. However if you have a strong desire to pursue this particular home please call me. Maybe we can work something out with the owner. There are different paths to take when purchasing. 937-435-2267 x 163

Bob and Sue Whigham
Your Realtors For Life
BobAndSue@YourRealtorsForLife.net
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Sun Apr 29, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
We have no idea what unit you were looking at.
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Mon Aug 20, 2012
Gina Kay answered:
Hi Lisa, did you find your answer elsewhere? I don't see the home currently on the market but can contact the former listing agent if you are still interested. you may text or call me at 937-623-9441. ... more
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Sat Aug 27, 2011
Greggregoryallen2010 asked:
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
It sounds like the only way you could be in this position is that you bought the house without a Buyer's Agent and without INSPECTIONS!

Why did you do that? Did you save a lot of money?

I am not a lawyer and I will not and can not give you legal advice; but,
You probably bought yourself some trouble.

Good luck and may God bless
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Sun Jan 13, 2013
Dan Lesage answered:
Call Jule Rastikis, owner of Manco Real Estate Management 937-654-4887
www.mancorealestate.com
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Mon Mar 21, 2011
Mark Wilson answered:
Ali- I would love to get you any info you need on this home. email me any questions to mark-wilson@hotmail.com
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