Backing to an apartment complex is a MAJOR issue, not withstanding the others mentioned. Just remember, you had better get this property at a major discount because you'll have to sell it at a major discount when you're in the seller's shoes.... more
Yes. The Lender and the Realtor are indivudual of themselves.
I would be happy to work diligent for you to get your offer in as soon as the property you are interested in comes to market.
Loan approval will not come from a lender until a house is under contract an appraisal has been complete and all necessary loan documentation has been prepared.
Please call me at your earliest convenience.
I am here to serve you.
Mark J. Garner
I have included a few home warranty companies. I would recommend to shop and compare to see who will give the home warranty that works best for you.
Home Warranty of America (http://www.hwahomewarranty.com)
Old Republic Home Warranty (http://www.orhp.com)
2-10 Home Warranty (http://www.2-10.com)
American Home Shield (http://www.ahs.com)
Landmark Home Warranty (http://landmarkhw.com)
I wish you the best in your home warranty search!
Tamika A. Goree
Broker | Owner
The DFW Property Shop
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I would be honored to serve as your agent/advisor. My kids are grown so now I have a grandchild to help nurture. We are all christian folks. My son teaches at a private religous school.
If you choose to give me a call. References available.
Bill Austin ~ 512-709-6343... more
Atlanta is a good market, Austin is a HOT market. While no one can predict the future I see a continuing "tight" market. $250K and under is the sweet spot and therefore the hottest of this hot market. The rental market is even tighter than the resale market.
When the time comes I hope you'll consider contacting me directly. Best wishes!
Every time you do an appraisal you'll get a different number, unfortunately is seems that each appraiser measures a different way. If the tax record is different from the MLS sqft it's either because the home owner had it appraised and got a different number than the tax appraiser or the MLS shows what the builder said it is (if it's a newer home) and then the tax appraiser had a different number. However, 200 sqft is a big difference and you should probably renegotiate not for misrepresentation (it is not intentional) but just because you would pay too much per sqft.... more
I don't know what a container home is but would love to learn more about it! Most subdivisions have deed restrictions that might prevent you from building something like that in addition to the City of Austin building codes. It will depend on where you want to build it.
Some fees the veteran cannot pay. So the seller pays them. This will figure into your offer/negotiations.
The listing agent or your broker can help you with these too.
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Lending all across the entire Great State of Texas!!
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It's legal. And it is not uncommon in some areas during certain market conditions. Where I am, the buyer would just walk away, shaking their head, wondering how he ever met such a crazy person as this. The seller should understand that in the case of a buyer making a full price, non-contingent offer, that they could be liable for a commission to their agent even if the offer was not accepted and there was no closing. Always read the fine print; that's one of the things attorneys do.... more
Not sure exactly what you mean by a turn key home, but the answer generally is no. A VA loan can be used for just about any property to my knowledge. If you would like, feel free to give me a call anytime tomorrow after 11 AM and I will ask one of my VA lenders. I do have a couple of lenders who specialize in VA loans and I actually have a special deal I offer to current and former military as well If you do not yet have a Realtor. And thanks for your serviceâ€¦ My whole family, except me is military.
Joe Jarusinsky, Realtor/Master Instructor, Keller Williams Realty, Austin's #1 Real Estate Company, Ranked #1 by Buyers and Sellers (JD Power & Assoc. 2012)
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There are definitely plenty of options for you. I would love to elaborate more on specific options but I would need to know more about your home criteria. Please feel free to contact me so we can further discuss this. I work hard seven days a week so feel free to do so at any time.