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Sun Oct 21, 2012
Bob and Sue Whigham answered:
Mkt rate for an LC depends on the buyers qualifications and the sellers motivatin for selling. Basically LC is on a case by case basis. As a side note LC's can be a dangerous arrangement for the buyer and for the seller. Suggest you discuss the pros's and con's with a Realtor experienced with this type of transaction. If you wish to delve deeper call us 937-435-2267 x163 for a one hour free consultaiton. www.YourRealtorForLife.net ... more
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Wed Jul 24, 2013
Tim Moore answered:
OH, we tell them but you can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink. They own the house so they can tell us what to list it for and sometimes it takes a few set backs for some sellers to see the forest and not just one tree. ... more
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Tue Jun 12, 2012
Bob Combs answered:
Like most areas it's had it's ups and downs. But there are great people living there and community leaders who work to make it better. My advice is find a local Realtor, find some houses that fit what you are looking for in different areas and look around for yourself. You are the best judge. ... more
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Tue Apr 3, 2012
Bob and Sue Whigham answered:
Not sure how you know it's in foreclosure. I suggest you check the Montgomery County Sheriff's Properties for Sale list (link http://www.mcohio.org/sheriff/Real_Estate.cfm). If it's on this list the owner still has possesion. If it is you can go to the Sheriff sale and purchase, BTW, a risky task, or wait until the bank takes ownership and it is listed. If you need a Realtor to keep an eye out let me know. 937-435-2267 ext 163 ... more
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Sat Jun 23, 2012
Fred Yancy answered:
Often times you start with 80% of what you owe the bank as a starting point. However, there are some neighborhoods here in Atlanta that are selling for 25% of what they had sold for only a few years ago. So to give a definative answer is diffucult. The price is what the market will bear. ... more
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Sat Mar 24, 2012
Dan Tabit answered:
Reggie,
It's a foreclosure that you don't fight. You just offer the deed to the lender so they don't go through the full foreclosure filing. The impact on your credit is the same, but it starts the clock ticking to recovery sooner.
If you are not finding a buyer start dropping the price regularly. If you owe more than it's worth, do a short sale. Short sales are generally less damaging to your credit and you can continue to live in the house while it's on the market.
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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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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Christine McDaniel answered:
Hi Sarapon,

Are you selling your home by owner? If a buyer is getting financing through a bank the bank will order the appraisal. If you are looking for an appraisal of value that will vary a little from actual sales value. A bank will loan you more money on a home because they look at it as a long term purchase. The appraisal for sales value will be the last 3 months of comparable solds (I don't think they use 6 anymore). If you are flipping the home in under 90 days and need an appraisal for your side of the transaction then ask around. A lender, bank or real estate agent should be able to recommend some appraisers. See whose name comes up most.

Good Luck,
Christine
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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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Tue Nov 1, 2011
Susan Blanford answered:
The typical market time is governed by how long on average the homes in the area stay on the market where the home is located in which you are inquiring. You should ask your real estate agent to help you determine that information prior to listing your home. Additionally, the market time of the Seller's home is totally dependent upon price, condition and location of the subject home. Homes properly priced for their individual condition and location will sell in a reasonable period of time. If you're just looking, I'm curious to know what is the actual motivation to your question. ... more
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Sun Sep 11, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
For an excellent project/report, you may wish to consider personally interviewing any local licensed contractor...
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Sat Aug 27, 2011
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Thu Sep 29, 2011
Susan Blanford answered:
For crime information you can call the local police department where the property is located. For unemployment and other statistics you can try www.melissadata.com. It is illegal in the state of Ohio for a licensed real estate agent to personally comment about these issues. Or search online for demographic information in the area in question. ... more
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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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Wed Sep 28, 2011
Susan Blanford answered:
Very difficult in the Greater Dayton area. Good luck.
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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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Fri Jun 24, 2011
Carlos Warren answered:
HI Robert

This is Carlos Warren with Exit Realty Partners. the average footage Aprx 1000 Sq Ft. If you are looking in that Area, feel free to use my web www.carlos-warren.com to search, you can locate your desire area, amount of bedrooms and even price range.
Let me know if you need any help. Looking forward to earning your business and to hear from uou soon.
Carlos Warren
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Mon Apr 29, 2013
Lenderbradford answered:
Lori,

The details need to be discussed with a lender. In todays times you will normally need to have recieved your first check from the new employeer and also have an employment contract. Exceptions are possibe, so discuss the details with a lender. ... more
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Wed Jun 1, 2011
Toni Craig answered:
Hello, Florida to Ohio,

Our office has a lease/rental department, if you want to contact us. Otherwise, go on the local Dayton Board of Realtors website, www.dabr.com. On the left side of the home page, click on property search. Then simply enter all your criteria.

Or I can send you all the currently active properties listed for lease in the entire area.

Thanks for the question.

Toni Craig
Irongate, Inc. REALTORS
937-974-1955
Toni@ToniCraig.com
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