I'm having the same issue and I'm using Firefox.
Hi Robert: Here is a great site :http://www.joshmillerrealestate.com/relocation-info.asp
A good way to tell is to look at recent sales near your home or have a realtor take a look for you. If you want to pay for the service an appraiser could give you a value of the home.
great poximity to food and entertainment. exterior maintenance is covered by HOA. cons- hoas can be relatively high and you do still have property taxes for your share of the interest in the community. Take an afternoon, morning, and night to head down there and see if you like th atmosphere and what it has to offer, for some they wouldnt have it any other way!
Zillow is a great place to start and craigslist is a good place to check as well! Happy home hunting!
If you've claimed the property you should be able to log into your account and access the property under the saved property section. Best of luck!
There are a few lenders out there that do manufactured home financing. It sounds like there is land involved in the transaction which does make it easier. Let me know if you would like some lender contacts. Best of luck!
Your first step would be to speak with a few lenders, I would suggest going the mortgage broker route, versus a traditional bank, as they may have a larger investor pool to get you financing for what you are trying to do. Someone below had mentioned that your representation being free was not true and that the commission was calculated on top of the sales price and then passed on to you. The way it works is this: the seller signs a listing agreement for "x%" with the listing brokerage. That listing brokerage decides how much of that listing fee will be paid to the buyer's agent. The seller has already committed to the commission amount with the list agent. So whether you use an agent yourself or not that commission will be paid to the list agent entirely or between them and your agent; that is unless you can convince the list agent to reduce their contracted fee with the seller J In short, the help is there if you need it, or want it and is paid out of the sellers proceeds from the sale. The fee is not tacked on over and above the sales price, and if the property does not appraise you should have the option of dissolving the purchase agreement at no cost to you. Best of luck!
YES! Some of the scariest inspections i have seen have come from new construction homes. The builder has always rectified any defects that arise in the inspection for my clients but had the inspector not gone through, the defects would have gone unnoticed. Hire a great inspector!
Well it depends on what you are referring to, but if you are speaking about a home you are purchasing or prospectively purchasing a good home inspector will know what he is looking at. Best of Luck!