Without more details it's difficult to address this issue. I know that sometimes, on a short sale, there is a fee charged to the buyer for a negotiator. It is charged by the listing agent, not the buyer's agent and you can choose to either agree to pay the fee or find another home. Not sure if that is what we are discussing here or not, however, in these types of sales it is not unusual, not common but not unusual either.... more
Not Sure what you are referring to.
Please look through many that is listed below and contact Jenny for your necessary needs:
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Is your home listed for sale? If so, you should ask your Realtor to update the photos. If not, why does it matter? This site pulls property info from different sources -- such as MLSs and public records. I'm guessing you're looking at an old listing, or the public record. If the house isn't for sale anymore, most homeowners ask to have the photos removed for privacy reasons. If you feel the need to show the world your beautiful home and the fabulous landscaping, you can "claim" the house as the owner of record, and update the info yourself. Good luck!... more
We have a character reference 3 year landlord reference job verification but not good credit no evictions just past due medical bills mostly on credit report. We are looking to rent a 3 bedroom duplex or house in Ne Nw cape coral area we are a family of five and will not pay an arm and a leg for application fees just to be denied been there done that if you know of any rentals that would accept us with our credit let me know we need to move by dec 20th we will do application but prefer no application fee unless gaurenteed we will not lose our money Thankyou... more
Open the phonebook, look in yellow pages under real Estate and find the dozens of offices listed there. Pick up this thing called telephone (it is also called a cell phone) and dial the number listed in the phonebook. An agent will usually answer.
It's just that easy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!... more
Good Evening Celestino,
How can I help you with this property? Please contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have. It has been on the market for 5 days.
Looking forward to speaking with you soon.
Frederick B. Clapp, Realtor, GRI
Century 21 Sunbelt Realty, Inc.
Cape Coral, FL 33914
Hello to you-
I handle rentals for a few clients. Please feel free email or give me a call, and I will be happy to let you know what I have available.
I only represent properties that are well taken care of.
Hope that you are having a nice day.
Gulf Access Realty
Any area in the 33914 zip code is a GREAT area. Most homes are newer, there is alot of shopping, restaurants, marinas. The cape is growing in leaps and bounds in the Southwest quadrant.
Carolyn Giandonato, Realtor
Sellstate Priority Realty
You will need to contact the Sheriff's Office and/or the Cape Coral Police to inquiry about the crime rate. However, also looking at the map, this home has direct and quick access to the gulf. Feel free to contact me regarding this home if you are currently working with a Realtor.
Century 21 Sunbelt Realty #1
I have wondered the same thing for a while. I don't know the legality of it. Most agents will not even show their buyers these types of listings. So the seller's agent is doing their seller a bug disservice.
This is Jeff Davis with the Miloff Aubuchon Realty Group in Cape Coral.
You can go to our website newrentalnow.com and view the available properties. Let us know what ones you like and we can go see them when you arrive in cape Coral Nov 19. Check the website often as the information is updated frequently.
We can sit down in front of a computer when you are in town to see the most current listings and to see if there is something we missed. Then we can go and view the properties.
You can also check out our profile at hr2hlp.com.
Have a great Week!
Looking forward to helping you find a nice place to live in Cape Coral!
My direct line is 239-257-3574 call if you have any questions.... more
Hi. If you would like to contact me by email or phone (firstname.lastname@example.org; 309-337-6667), I can get your information and then search the MLS to see if I can find a rental that fits what you are looking for. I look forward to hearing from you.
Not every builder used CDW and it's very noticeable !
Primarily homes built between 2003-2008 are suspect, but that doesn't mean they all have it. In some instances there was only a few sheets used and in others the whole house has it. They is no shortage of websites showing the cause and effect of CDW. If you google it you'll find all information needed including pictures and how to remediate homes with CDW and the costs to do so.
If you're buying a good home inspector will detect it. But there are signs you can be looking for.
Google it and educate yourself as you are the first inspector of any home your interested in.... more
The monthly condo fee is $230.00 per month and the master HOA fee is $150.00 per month so together $380.00 monthly. Feel free to email me at email@example.com or call me at 239-707-4575 with any other questions you have or if you would like to make an appointment to view the property.... more
That's one of the risks with lease-options. I like lease-options, but many never result in a sale.
What if the buyer doesn't exercise his option? He gets to walk, as the option allows. And you don't receive your other 50%.
The property will remain with the seller, who can then decide whether to attempt another lease-option, sell outright, or rent it. Many investors actually don't mind a tenant-buyer not exercising the option. It allows the investor to put the property back on the market as a lease-option and collect another up-front option fee. If rents have gone up, the lease amount can be raised. And if prices have gone up, the option price--the purchase price--can be raised. Typically, a tenant-buyer is paying slightly above market rent for the property, so it's typically pretty profitable for the investor to retain the property as a lease option and just repeat the process.
Will the seller have your head? It depends on how well you explained the benefits and the risks of a lease option. If you made him aware that half or more of lease-options don't close, but that it's a good way to find a tenant who may buy...and that he'll have those choices (another lease-option, sale, or rental) if the deal falls through, then there isn't likely to be a problem. If, on the other hand, the seller is under the mistaken impression that a lease-option is just a regular purchase with a delayed close (which it isn't), then, yes, the seller could be quite upset.
Since you have an interest in the option being exercised, it'd be in your interest to stay in regular touch with the tenant-buyer to make sure that everything remains on track.
Hope that helps.... more
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