Today, we are seeing master baths with larger walk-in showers. Many with double shower heads and built-in seats. You should keep at least 2 of the tubs in your home for those wanting to take a real bath and bath little ones.
When it comes time to sell, if you do a good job with the master bathroom you should be fine. You will have some to say, they want a tub. The majority will like the big walk-in shower.
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Lots of folks move title from an individual name to add another, say if a marriage occurs, or do things like move homes into the names of children, a trust or LLC. Have you spoken with a title company or real estate attorney? You might go that path, they will explain options and rules.... more
You can see what is out there for rentals by accessing this site. http://marshaross.actris.mlxchange.com/ It does not obligate you to work with me if you do not wish to, but allows you to see what is currently available. I would be happy to help them, but would need a few more details, i.e. how much rent are they looking to pay, do they have pets, are they going to school here and if so where, etc., etc.
Feel free to contact me if you are interested to see if we will work well together.
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.
Can you please contact me....I need more info and have an investor that could possibly help. I need to know the address of your current home, how much you owe, what exactly you are looking for as a return etc. If I can help let me know. Shannon Black Realtor #601576 email@example.com or 512-585-5417... more
The link you sent indicates that the house sold on 8/24/2012. A lot of these sites are syndicated from the MLS systems and/or the information is input by the selling Realtor. Either way, the sold information stays available to the general public for some time.... more
A sinking foundation is a big problem. If you like the house a lot, you can either ask the seller to repair the foundation and provide you with paperwork showing exactly what was done and what the warranty on the work is or you can have a foundation company give you an estimate and have the seller reduce the price by that amount. Good luck!... more
You may be able to do something now. I would speak with a broker who can look and speak with several different lenders. From an FHA standpoint you would qualify now if your credit is in order but lenders establish their own overlays that may be more strict. For this reason you need to speak with somebody who can look at your credit history and find you the best lender. Feel free to call me if you would like to discuss further.
Best of luck to you.
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Dig in!! Have your agent or find an agent willing to go the extra mile!! Even propeties that have been withdrawn or expired off the market are great potentials. I have approached many home owners not on the market with a buyer ready to purchase and they agreed to sell. So it is always the time to sell especially now in a sellers market!
By allowing people who would not undernormal circumstances ever been able to qualify for a loan getting a loan with little or no proof of true income. The bar must stay somewhere in the middle never to either extrmes and we have seen both of those in the past several years to where now more stable borrowers.