Make sure you have the contract that the builder gives you is review by YOUR attorney to make sure it protects YOU!
Did it on a flipper and the cost was real low and it workout well for the new owners. I think today they have even better ways of doing it that would be well worth the cost.
I think after the election we will start to see if this country will rebound or stay the current course. But until congress will start allowing us to get out of all the crazy programs and free give aways to certain home owners and certain states we are along ways before this mortgage/lending will ever get back to a busy business--like 10-15 years maybe!!
I need to remove cities from my service areas.
Kelly, I have had wonderful success with Zillow. The key is to make that contact with the client as soon as you receive it! If you wait they will move on to the next agent. Stay alert. Good Luck
First get any tax records you can from the assessor, have title company do a search at the county to see when the first deed/mortgage was recorded. Ask neighbors if they remember when and who may have built the house.
Check to see if you have a due-on-sale clause on current mortgage. Make sure your income will allow you to get a new mortgage on your new home. Call your accountant for tax advice.
Contact your board after talking to your agent and agent broker/owner and ask what my be done based on ethics, contact your Dept. of Licensing and ask what can be done, contact your own attorney and ask what he suggests should be the direction.
It sure sounds like the builder is on the line as he had the heat high for the drywal. Make sure in your weekly meeting with builder you turn the bill over to him.
We purchase 50% of the zip code in my town. We added 20-30 other zips we service. I have been on Zillow for 25 days. Have had 59 leads. Wrote 5 offers and have 4 to close in next week to 6 weeks.