I specialize in and own several rental properties central Denver neighborhoods, that meet your mentioned above criteria. I am not willing to part with my rentals, but will be happy to help you find what you are looking for. Please contact me at your convenience.
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It will have a huge impact when you try to re-sell. Lots without premiums are the WORST lots in the subdivision. Don't do it! Also, their are a lot of "hidden" expenses when you buy from a builder. Things like window coverings, fences, landscaping, etc. add up big time after you close. The bad news is when you go to sell, you won't a dime back from these improvements, as they are expected on a resale home. You might want to shop newer resale homes before stepping into a new one. Let me know if I can help further. Julie Montgomery, RE/MAX Masters, Inc. 303-906-3150... more
The Fairways at Green Valley Ranch seem to be a good buy at this time. GVR is a great community that i lived in for 8 years starting in 2001. It is a quiet, diverse golf course community that is just 10 minutes from Park Hill in Denver. I would be glad to talk to you more about the new 55 and older community there. The best idea would be to meet me there and I can represent you as you check out the options to see who wel it will work for you in your particular situation. The link to the Fairways community is here - http://bit.ly/yoV66e . I am experienced in the purchase of new homes at GVR before and purchased a new home from them myself as well.
Robert McGuire ASR
Your Castle Real Estate
Direct - 303-669-1246
try contacting Jim Smithwick @ Coldwell Banker Mortgage he is a vet and does everything in his power to get the deal done. His # is: 303-521-5157. Good luck and if you do get approved and need an agent please contact me: Janie Stoddard@ 303-408-0738. Thank you!... more
Because currently a low appraisal value is one of the biggest problems to getting a home sold. If the seller accepts a contract, pulls the home from the 'active' market, and then a low appraisal comes in and they either have to lower the price, or put the home back on the market, they seller either just lost time or money or both.... more
You need to call your lender and speak with them, they all handle it different. Some might give cash for keys and work with you if it was sold at public trustee auction you need to deal with the Buyer they can not take the possession for 8 business days from date of sale.... more
A capital gain or loss is generally a one-time transaction. Therefore, it should not usually be considered as either a gain or a loss in determining the income. However, if the borrowerâ€™s business has a constant turnover of assets that produces regular gains and losses, the capital gain or loss may be considered. (An example of this is the person who buys old houses, remodels them and sells them for profit.) If the borrower has operated in this manner over a period of time, the lender may develop an average of the past two yearsâ€™ gains or losses for consideration in the income calculation. If this source represents a substantial portion of the borrowerâ€™s income, the underwriter should review tax returns for at least the last three years to get an accurate picture of the average earnings from this source. For example, an asset sold during the year might be an income- producing asset, which could result in a reduction in future income after the sale.
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What address are you looking at and I will check for you? It also may be a foreclosure so if there is no address but you can call or email me to look at the general area I can try checking that way too
There are some agents in my office at Your Castle Real Estate who specialized in the unique market of townhomes and condos. You can call the office at 303-962-4272. Ask for Lon or Charles and I am sure you will get the help you need. Best of success.
Robert McGuire ASR
Your Castle Real Estate
Search Denver Homes
Direct - 303-669-1246... more
Lots of questions come to mind: areas, price ranges, time frames, ROI, who's doing the work, wholesale vs retail, cash/finance, number per year etc. give me a call and I would love to talk this over with you. 720-581-2885... more
I wish the authorities would spring a trap on people for this kind of thing. But what we expect these days? Criminals stay up all night thinking of how they can rip people off. The thing consumers and landlords can do is be vigilant.
Thanks for keeping an eye on your listing.... more
Where was the ad posted? This is a very common scam on Craig's List. You need to let the administrators of the website know and flag the post as a scam of spam or inappropriate. Unfortunately this happens all the time, especially with homes that are for sale. It's some group of foreign con artists. They steal the realtors' photos and then post the property for rent on Craig's List saying they have been transferred out of the country for their job or they are missionaries to some foreign land and to fill out this application and send your first month's rent and security deposit by wire transfer to an off shore bank. What is even more unbelievable is that people do it! I have heard stories of people showing up with a lease and a moving van only to find out they have been had and now they have nowhere to live and no money.
Please, do us all a favor and report this to the administrators of the website.... more