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Yes. If an appraisal comes in at a surprise amount, your agent can review the appraisal and discuss the comparables used and suggest better ones if they exist. Whether the bank accepts the new information is up to them. Banks are cautious and not likely to accept a huge variance unless there is a significant mistake.
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The homePath Mortgage program allows a borrower to purchase a property that requires some renovations. The loan amount includes both the funds fr the mortgage and the renovations. There is a ceiling of $35,000 on the renovation limit.
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Oklahoma City's market is great. If houses are priced right, they are selling quickly. Prices are lower in some areas than they have been in the past and nterest rates are wonderful. For everyone 1% that interest rates increase, a buyer can afford 10% less for a home. If you are interested in working with a realtor, I would be happy to work with you. Give me a call at 405-808-7922, or look at my website at email@example.com.... more
Why would you open your property up to an unknown person, Think logically here and say what if this person uses my home for illegal use, or they are hiding from law enforcement. Homeland security issue would apply also, how do you know if they are not a terrorist if they are not on the grid to begin with! How would you feel if 6 months from not you see this person on the news for having committed a terrorist act in your area!... more
I suggest that you contact Trulia with your issues. You can contact them by e-mail or phone.
1. Click on the "help" tab in the drop down menu under your name in the upper right corner. Then a "contact us" tab will appear. Here you will be able to send them an e-mail message requesting the corrections.
2. Or you can call Trulia during their business hours (California time) at 415-748-3700.
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If you need to sell your house and you are looking for a new one, the best choice in most cases is to find a seller that will give you a home sale sontingincy on your purchase contract, basically the purchase is contongent upon you closing on your home, you agree on price and terms but have a 48 hour first right of refusal, so if anothert buyer comes along without any contingincies, you are given 48 hours to remove your contingincy and move tyowards closing or can withdraw and get your deposit back.
you should have many sources for that infomation. Your Agents is a good source, but I would recomend knocking on a few doors in your prospective neighborhood, introducing yourself and asking them about where they live. This will uncover many thing for you, including whether you want those people as neighbors. The local police department will answer your questions too and they will be honest. good luck.... more
When we attend brokers open we try to give our honest feedback. Even more so when the Realtor is from our office because we all benefit when an agent sells a home. I think most Realtors would give good feedback. One of the purposes of a brokers opne is to give you unbiased feedback.... more
You should never worry. A week is not that long of a time to go with out any calls in todays market. Houses at different tears get different amounts of traffic. Just keep working with your Realtor and have her check the comps for your area and price it accordingly. Good luck to you. We are seeing a lot more activity now that the weather is warming up and school is close to being over.... more
What does your agent say? What is the market like in your area? This time of year the market is heating up (here in CO and probably most other parts of the country too). I would keep it on through the peak "selling season". You might want your agent to give you an updated CMA to see what has sold recently, and see if you're still priced well.
Have you had many showings? If so, what was the feedback? Is there anything you can do to make it more attractive to buyers? If you haven't had many showings, then it's likely because you're priced too high. Good luck!... more
Go to http://www.crimereports.com/ and plug in any address you wish to check out crime rates. If you are looking for a home or for further help, email me at Jenn@JenniferSellsOklahoma.com or call (405) 625-1576.
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