You should speak with a lender so they can go over the numbers for you, run your credit and figure out how much of a mortgage payment you are comfortable with. Let me know if you need a referral.... more
Hello Ernie, your qualifications for rates and terms will be determined by your credit profile, debt to income ratios, fico scores and LTV of your home. A GFE/fee sheet can be provided to study and compare.
It only takes a few dozen questions to qualify and go over your options. Here is a blog and link below to study such as Pre-approval in minutes and Refinance.
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Hi Kyoung, if you have decided to rent instead of buy, I am a home owner and have a house for rent in the Sunset District. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can determine if the house is a good fit for you. Thank you. Janice Wong... more
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For Business Owners and Self Employed Individuals it has been very difficult to obtain reasonable mortgage loan financing. This is due to the fact that they often write off most of their income to reduce
I think it definitely adds value to your home. The efficiency of the panels will depend on a number of factors, especially geographic location. Even if you can't use them to their full potential, they are still worth having. It may take a while to recoup the cost, but it is the responsible thing to do. I would contact a solar broker to find more information that is specific to your area.
Asbestos can be found in many older homes that have popcorn ceilings. It is toxic if it is breathe in. This happens most often when homeowners do remodeling and scraped it off on their own. I strongly recommend people to hire a professional to do this. There are companies out there that specializes in this.... more
All these answers have been great. I would also look into the insurance the contractor uses. This can say a lot about their work. I company that invests in good insurance will most likely put in better work. http://ferranteinsurance.com/contractor-liability-insurance/... more
According to the San Francisco MLS, the median sales price for all types of San Francisco property combined the past year through August was up 13.1 percent. As usual, this number makes sellers happy
To me, that sounds a little bit pricey. I suggest doing some shopping around. Get a few more quotes and that should help you get a better idea of what they cost. That is probably the safest way to get an answer. http://www.griggsglassandmirror.com/Glass_Installations_Services_Forest_Hill_MD.html... more
The Real Estate market in San Francisco has been booming for the past few years.Condo prices are still climbing – they increased by 12% over the past year,rising to $1,128 per sq ft, according to Mark
Guild Mortgage in El Centro, CA, specifically Ralph Ponce has made our home purchase the worst experience ever. I have never in my life dealt with anyone more unprofessional. If you deal with them, make sure you get everything told to you in an email.... more
It all depends on the situation. Many home buyers or renters don't want existing furniture in their new apartment as they want to furnish themselves. In cases like that, it wont add any value at all. If it's a short term rental or vacation rental, then furniture definitely adds value, and might even be necessary to get what you're looking for.
Usually when selling a home, furniture isn't included. Sometimes buyers will ask for furniture and then it is just a matter of negotiating a price based on the value of the furniture, it's age and other similar factors.
That being said, staging is almost always a good idea when you are selling or renting, as it gives buyers or renters a good idea of what the apartment could look like with furniture in it, and gives a better feel for the size of the home. Empty rooms tend to look smaller than furnished ones.
I agree with the other answers here - haven't heard of a need for a home inspection for rentals. That being said, many landlords will ask that you do a walk-through with them to make note of anything that is in need of repair, or any existing damage. This just keeps a record to help determine the amount of security deposit you get back when you move out, if any additional damage exists at the end of the lease.... more