Thanks everyone! I have smarter agent, I just thought there might be some kind of program to use that allows you to view the agent "only" info... Thanks anyway, I guess I just have to wait for apple to come out with an IE app or RIMLS to change the program to be supported by something besides IE. Thanks again everyone!
I have been told that there is a program / software you can purchase to access MLS, however, I cannot find that program / software. For those of you that may offer advice that do not have access to RIMLS, the Statewide MLS here in RI is supported ONLY by Internet Explorer, so I can not access the info I need from my phone. Thanks in advance!
Everyone here has already answered your question, although I would like to offer you further information. You may claim the home on Zillow and correct any incorrect info and that sometimes can lead to an increase in your "zestimate". Keep in mind any good agent will create a value of your home for their client and that value is NOT formed from any numbers Zillow offers! Best of luck selling your home!Erin Diaz, Broker - OwnerBeaches & Backroads Realty
I have to agree that if there was not a specific mention of who would be responsible, it would be the "renter" and not the landlord. Hope this helps!
It should have updated, did you refresh the page? Contact tech support if the problems have not cleared themselves up, they are great! Erin Diaz, Broker - Owner Beaches & Backroads Realty
I have to say that this is exactly why you want to have YOUR own agent to look out for your best interests! Your agent will be able to pull comps and give you a value based on recent sales and currently active properties! I am sure any of us could help you! I hope this helps! Erin Diaz, Broker - Owner Beaches & Backroads Realty
Well congratulations on your decision to try and buy your home! My best suggestion would be to speak to a few mortgage brokers. Ask family, friends, or even local agents for there referrals. Good luck in your new home hunt!Erin Diaz, Broker ~ OwnerBeaches & Backroads Realty
In my experience as long as there is a paper trail, as previously mentioned, you should be all set! The money can be gifted, BUT you must show it is in YOUR account!!! Talk to the mortgage broker that pre-approved you and they can best advise you!Erin Diaz, Broker ~ OwnerBeaches & Backroads Realty
Good Evening!You do not have to own your land, granted if you did it could serve as collateral. If you would like I would be more than happy to provide you with the building and zoning regs which are surely a major factor in building for the specific town you will be building in. There are some really great construction loans available through some of the local banks too!!! Happy new home building!Erin Diaz, Broker ~ OwnerBeaches & Backroads Realty
Good Evening SharonYou may want to start with contacting the institution that holds the CD's, they may have options for you as well, especially because you already have a relationship with them!Best of luck!Erin Diaz, Broker ~ OwnerBeaches & Backroads Realty