Hi Stripes in general prices for both rentals and homes for sale go up in the spring as it is the busiest time of year for real estate here and many people are looking to move.
So the answer is yes. However if you are in a lease your rent stays the same for the term of the lease.
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Hi Alton - I guess you're still in the rental market huh? Please contact me, I'd be glad to show you this apartment and others in the neighborhood. As you know, I do live right around the corner. Realtors cannot steer any toward or away from any specific neighborhood, so your best bet is to contact the local precinct or one of the sites on the web which shows you crime statistics.
Please contact me - I'm still interested in finding you a new home.... more
i saw this on craigslist
there are other section 8 options there. just search for "section 8" in an entire post and a lot of
apartments pop up... more
Check with your attorney. The contract usually stipulates the time you have to perform the inspection and waiting for the bank's approval may put you outside the time frame allowed. You want to make sure you can get a short sale inspected since it is definitely sold as is.... more
I took this from from my Fannie Mae notes...
â€œA limited project review will no longer be permitted on principal residences in condominium projects when the LTV/CLTV/HCLTV is greater than 80%. DU will require a full project review on principal residences in condominium projects when the LTV/CLTV/HCLTV is greater than 80%.â€
A piggyback mortgage will not work in this case.
I would start looking for another condo to purchase.
Daphne...Need a whole lot more info and probably an attorney to answer this one. Did the landlord terminate the lease early? If so, why? Did he lose the property to foreclosure? Too many unknowns. Could provide a better opinion with more info...... more
not sure why this is showing up as a question from NJ.....but..............I can offer a generic answer..........read your lease!!
Of course you have rights.
How are you being harrassed?
What is the problem with the manager?
You are obligated to follow the rules and regulations of the association, and obey any restrictions....hopefully, you were informed by the owenr as to what you can and cannot do.... but........more information on this might help you receive more specific answers.... more
Hello. I get asked this question a lot regarding particular neighborhoods. You should check out the crime statistics with the local police department. Additionally, consider driving around the neighborhood during different hours of the day and night and talking to residents. Who better to ask then those who live there? Realtors cannot comment on the desirability of an area. I always advise my clients who are looking to relocate to a new neighborhood, to complete their own due diligence.
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With rentals I would be careful as many are scams. Why not contact a local Realtor and ask them for help finding something. If you are contacting owners of the rentals I would imagine that once rented they just ignore your inquiry while a Realtor will work to find you something that is available.... more
If it won't pass inspection;
this is going to happen, one way or another:
You don't say if you have a LEASE, but it doesn't sound like it.
Possibly, you should start looking for an alternative.... more