Here are the current owners of record if you want to put their names on the card.Joseph & Giacinto VaccarellaHope this helpsPaul
I see. And then good down below and click on "list" and it will show all the recent sales. Then I can organize them by columns.Thanks!!!
I used to be able to click on a property and then click on another link that shows recent sales in the area. I could then organize the sale lists by bedrooms/baths/price/date/ect. Can I still do that? It really made me sound smart on the phone. I need that.Paul
Did you look closer at his profile pic? I think you better answer the man's question. Unless you feel lucky.Well do you punk?
A zestimate if not an appraisal. An Appraisal cost $300, requires a license, and usually takes 2 days to complete.An Zestimate(can we come up with a better word here?) is free, takes 2 seconds, and can be done by my dog if he walks on my laptop just right.
You might as well list it. 2011 sucks about as bad as 2010. I can't believe that your house wouldn't sell quickly. From the picture it looks like the American Dream!! Is there anyway to turn that half bath into a full? I found some really good comparable in the $130k-$150k range with 2-3 baths.Hope this helps.Paul
The product is pretty easy. The condition sheet the lender sends me after approval isn't much longer than a traditional FHA(203b) loan. Some of the problems I have had is unmotivated buyers and general contractors. The buyer needs to find a general contractor that they trust, then the contractor needs put together a estimate. That could happen in a week, but it rarely does. Things tend to drag out and loans that sit around for 30+ days have the most problems. The other problem is that this loan is for basic impovements and upgrades. FHA is not going to appove your Viking Range and your LED lit crown molding. I try to explain to buyers from the beginning that if it isn't available at Home Depot you are probably not going to get it approved. From a business stand point I agree with you. I would much rather do a traditional loan that had a 99.9% chance of closing within the month, but if you have shown the buyer every thing on the market it might be time to tell them about the 203k.Hope this helpsPaul
I am a semi professional TV watcher and I never see commercials for the FHA 203k loan. With so many properties that are rough around the edges because of tenant wear or just straight foreclosures, you would think that this is something that big banks would be pitching to every prospective home buyer. Yes, I know it is a PITA loan sometimes. I just called all my Zillow approvals from the last 6 months and I was shocked by how many people gave up because there wasn't anything out there. Nothing out there?? The market is saturated with listings. Some of the potential borrowers said they would start looking again once I told them more about the 203k. I think it would be a good idea if everyone pitched this.Paul
You need to jump on that.