Unfortunately, you are dealing with an institution rather than an individual that you could meet and communicate with face to face. The bank will take as long as it wants to, ... more
In answer to your first question, not necessarily. A listing may have been on the market for a while, and the pictures were taken when the property was listed. In the meantime ... more
your best bet would be to contact the Preble County Historical Society and see if they have any recommendations, or check on the Dayton Board of Realtors' website to see ... more
Thank you for your question...so I am assuming that the home you purchase will be for you to live out of while you're not traveling for work, and also for your mom to li ... more
Hope you have better luck going forward. Do you have someone helping you? An agent/Broker I mean? It really should not take you that long to find a great home... U ... more
Yes, you get your earnest money (deposit) back if the seller does not accept your offer.
P.S. Ask about the FREE Sale GUARANTEE Plan and FREE Job Loss Mortgage Paymen ... more
Actually,,,,,it is busy with buyers!! Rate are wonderful. We have thousands coming to WPAFB!!! Where will you be working? I have lived here my whole life,,, ... more
Our recommendation is to utilize the skills of a specific real estate professional that can provide you with this information and more FREE.
This would cost you (The buyer) a few hundred dollars, but could save you thousands. Having an ... more
are you working with an agent? If so, is that agent providing you with the statistics on the solds and the price per square foot average in that area? You seem to have a ... more