It's a great place but always get an inspection done and make sure the inspector reviews the common elements of the building. The reserves are also a good indicator of possible future increase in assessments due to lack of maintenance. Good luck!... more
They are SLOW to pay until you start to complain. They still owe me money. We were completing 30-40 BPOs for them per month at 40.00 per BPO and 150.00 per commercial it adds up. Another colleague in my office was owed over 10K. I don't think they are in financial trouble in as much they just don't pay. I know they laid off quite a few people a short while ago. Specifically someone I used to work with a lot.... more
I would suggest you try the regular rental sites:
http://www.trulia.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.zillow.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.realtor.com (Rentals Section)
Between all of those, you will get a very clear picture if you can find what you are looking for. Good luck!... more
Pls contact me if you are lookign to get Pre quakfied for your purchase in Tampa
I am a Mortgage Loan Specialist in and I will be glad to help with your financing
As for short term rental, there are many extended stay hotels in the I Drive/Dsiney area of Orlando that will take care of your needs
Tom Bawany | Mortgage Loan Originator | NMLS #519971
Real Estate Mortgage Network, Inc.
500 Winderley Place, Suite 112
Maitland, FL 32751
F: 866.552.6351 | C: 407.924.2759
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Maryland has no standard for new home sales contract's. New home contract language vary widely from builder to builder. Most contracts contain the language the builder can take up to 2 years to deliver you your new home. I suggest you consult a real estate attorney to review your contract with you and your options for specific performance on behalf of the builder.
RE/MAX Realty Group... more
That is the benefit of being a Realtor is that you can work where ever you want ie office or home. A lot of brokers require new agents to work in the office for the first year. There are benefits in doing that. You learn a lot from conversations with other agents in the office and it keeps you motivated and focused on your job. I work out of the office but I do like the freedom of working out of my house when it is stormy weather or not feeling great etc. If you are meeting clients etc, it is best to meet them at an office. Hope this info helps.... more
Do these conditions present a 'SAFETY' issue?
Yes - seller will fix.
No - How much do you want the house? There MAY be a $5,500 bill coming due or the furnace and water heater can march along for another 15 years. Time to consult your REALTOR.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
First of all - find a local agent. If you don't have friends who can recommend someone, you can stop in a local office, or go to a few open houses in your desired neighborhood and say hello!
Once you have met someone you like, sit down and ask them to go over the home buying procedure from start to finish.
You should also ask them to recommend a mortgage rep (you can also visit your bank and speak to the mortgage rep there0.
Make an appointment to sit down with whichever loan officer you select, and they will go over your financial picture, and what is needed to buy a home. They will run your credit scores, ask about your job and income....assets and liabilities (debt).
Once they have all your information, they will let you know how much of a mortgage you can qualify for. You will then be able to figure out a realistic price range once you factor in property taxes and insurance.
Your agent will help guide you in looking at homes you can afford......and also go over what's involved with a home inspection and other aspects of the process.
Don't be afraid to ask lots of questions.....and take notes!
Best wishes!... more
If you have 'bad' credit, you will NOT be able to qualify for a traditional home mortgage.
Many banks will not grant a traditional home mortgage if your income is not W2 based.
Many of the big banks have other federally imposed equal opportunity requirements that wil result in a last minute, undisclosed, failure to approve your loan.
And of course....if your credit score is below 580, you will have extreme difficulty.
Your question was "HOW?"
ES, make note of this...all road lead to the same place....you may not believe me, but that failure will cost you 10, 15, 20, 30 thousand dollars.
FIX your credit. Set up and live within a budget. Live below your means. Pay bills on time. Increase your income. Reduce you debt. Save money. Show disapline. There will be many tempations that will make you thing you can circumvent the protections in place for you benefit. These tempataionw will prove costly.
FIx your credit.... more
There are several factors that will be considered in qualifying for a new loan. Generally it takes two to three years before you might possibly qualify but overall credit and employment income are a part of it.
Give me a call to discuss getting set up on track to purchase as soon as possible.
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Hello C. Carter,
There are quite a few programs available in the county. Depending on what areas you are considering in Upper Marlboro, there might be more incentives. Have you had the opportunity to sit down and talk to a lender. I am usually able to assist my home buyers in getting most, if not , all closing cost paid. I will tell you most condos in Upper Marlboro are requiring a higher down payment and not eligible for FHA at 3.5% Down payment. I would like the opportunity to discuss with you in greater detail. Feel free to call me or visit my site and learn more.... more