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Home Buying in Crown Heights : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Feb 26, 2013
Madeline Padovano answered:
Hi Marc
TODAY - if your selling it needs to be marketing now, rates are still low. When can I view it
and bring you a CMA. Please contact me directly so I can prepare some reports for you
and set up an appointment.
Looking forward to meeting you real soon.
madelinepadovano@fillmore.com
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Thu Mar 12, 2015
Chris & Michelle Spalding answered:
It would depend entirely on the type of financing you were able to get. Downpayments range from zero% (VA Loans) to 3.5% (FHA), most conventional loans want 10%-20%. You would need to talk to a loan officer to get prequalified and see where you fit into the spectrum. Hope this helps. ... more
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Tue Feb 26, 2013
Jeannette Batsikas answered:
You want someone that is going to look after your best interest not there's! Someone that is going to treat you like a million dollar client regardless of of how much your spending. You want to work with someone that is patient but also a go getter, someone that has great skills at negotiating and has an eye to know what you the buyer wants! If you have any questions feel free to ask! Jeannette Batsikas Real Estate Broker ... more
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Tue Feb 26, 2013
allan erps,ABR,SFR answered:
Yes, get a Buyers Agent or ABR(Accredited Buyer Representative) but of course "see" the units forst and compare with that agent first before making any offers. The Agent will show you comparables to help guide you to a proper decision. Best of Luck! ... more
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Fri Jul 13, 2012
Zita Lo answered:
Here is a very knowledgeable guy. Best of luck on your purchase!
Lawrence Weinstein
Private Mortgage Banker
NMLSR ID 21242
DE Capital Mortgage, LLC | 205 E 42nd St, FL 6 | New York, NY 10017
MAC M6651-061
Phone (212) 692-8361| Cell (516)236-7486| Fax (866) 972-2675
An Affiliate Of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
lawrence.weinstein@decapitalmortgage.com


Warmest regards,

Zita Alvarez Lo
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Bus 212-350-2825
Cell 917-656-8112
Fax 646-497-3968
zlo@elliman.com

PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN
205 East 42nd Street, 6th floor
New York, NY 10017
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Tue Jun 21, 2011
Manesh Hardeo answered:
You may want to contact the city inspections and permits department as they'll best be able to address your situation as that can handled very differently depending on the specific location of the property. ... more
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Wed Mar 6, 2013
Ian A. Wolf answered:
Asking Price is always just that...the asking price. As a buyer, you can't always know why someone is selling and how motivated they are. So, a buyer could always make an offer. However, understand that other buyers may be making offers too. The trick is to find the balance between getting a good value and actually getting the house. My experience in this market has been that when a home that is a good value hits the market, it goes fast. And value is also tied to condition, location, utility, etc. as well as price. So, in theory it is always negotiable, that is of course unless the seller doesn't have to negotiate, or doesn't want to. The key is finding a good buyer's agent that knows how to get the right information and guide you accordingly so you get what you want. Hope that helps. ... more
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Thu Mar 12, 2015
Megan Manly answered:
If the contract is accepted and bound, and you feel like you are getting the house you want at the price you offered, I'd be thrilled if I were in your shoes.
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