definately tell them to call their realtor and tell them you will be glad to get the information over to their realtor. Then thank them for their interest.
Good luck with finding the right lender.I have one suggestion for you with helping your credit.If you have a friend or relative with excellent credit and they were to issue an additional credit card for you in your name off their credit card it will piggy back off of their credit and make your better.
dues is the only killer in a condo. but if the rent can cover everything and bring you a decent return, you have my second vote.
Just be polite, dont be arrogant about it.(that would be bad manners)Apologize up front and say" If you dont want me to make the offer I wont, but this is what the home is worth to "me" today, maybe you might find someone that will pay more, but this is all I can do today".I'm sorry I cant do more.
There is more to the question than that.Can you afford the payments now and after retirement? How much longer do you have on your mortgage?Whatever the ansewer ends up it wont be "walk away".There is a possibility of a "short sale".Also bancruptsy, if you have your retirement protected through IRA's and other vehicles protected under bancruptsy law.There is a lot more here for you to pursue for your financial protection.
you have my vote. good job.
I have been hearing this more and more. your listing agreement does give you exclusivity as the listing agent. But since the listing is in the MLS and the MLS is open to the internet, I wonder if just any realtor can market anyones listing and say "call me to see this home today".Interesting, thanks for sharing..Merry Christmas.
look on the local property appraisers web site.
Go with what you know. Dont go where you think the grass is greener.Keep your focus on the market you know. Then buy right, add in flip construction cost and closing cost and commissions and hopefully you are still under the market value to flip it quickly for a profit.**look for FDIC auctions and homes that have been on the market for longer than 1 year. remember: location,location,location is still true and be the least expensive in the neighborhood if you can.
Dont worry. Zillow does not change the value of your home. Any appraiser or realtor that evaluates your home will see the value based upon recent sales within the last 6 months.Zillow is a tool, that's it, just look at what it has as far as sales and other useful information plus competition or competing homes for sale.