Looks like your in Novato. Which is part of Bares, MLS. which is an Area I cover and practice. Bareis requires pictures of the home within one day. Sometimes syndication and idx providers upload the feed for pictures later. I my website there is a delay sometimes a day to get the pictures posted.Which property are you looking at. I would be happy to send you the pictures.Very truly,Alex
I would talk to a lender that specialized in FHA loans and USDA loans( rural area) they will usually give you some guidance what is needed and how to plan for these type of loans,Here is a link regarding USDA http://eligibility.sc.egov.usda.gov/eligibility/welcomeAction.doTo your success,Alex
I would think most agents dont work on per-foreclosure homes. As a Realtor myself there are alot of moving pieces to deal with. That said I have found one that just specializes in just that. I would start with your local real estate investment club.To your success.
I am not aware of a service that provides this. I think it would be a good idea. The way I would approach this. Is look at homes on the market for 2 months or more and reach out to them if they will consider owner finance? If the home is not selling then they may consider that option. To your success,Alex
May I ask how you are marketing your property to get maximum exposure?
Great question. I guess it depends on the individuals needs?
Sure, Can you use her credit?. Sometime you can increase you your deposit to overcome bad credit.To your success
When you bought the home you received a titlpe policy. You should own the property free and clear. Call the title company to verify.To your success,Alex
Great question. Most will put home on the market before school starts. Usually winter time things taper off. That said. the past year. was revers ad there was no inventory.Depends on market conditions and inventory.To your success,Alex
Great question, I would double check with your tax adviser on this.