Check the Folsom Cordova School Dist site at http://www.fcusd.org/Page/2456. You can search by street name or geographic area to find your assigned school.
It's 2 years from the date of discharge before you apply for a mortgage again. So ask some friends for a referral to good local lender and get the process started! It's time to get back in :)
The laws of selling homes is fairly basic. When they don't sell, it's because of price or property (condition or location etc). A professional should tell you whether there is something undesirable about your home or if it's just over-priced.
A seller not doing their homework before hiring an agent. How many homes did she or he sell last year? It should be more than 5 or 6! Would you go to a doctor who was only working at it part time, seeing patients 3-4 times a year? I'm amazed at people hiring agents without any day to day experience or substantial market knowledge. The market is flooded with new agents - don't be there test case. An experienced agent is working full time, doing multiple deals a month. They have the experience to negotiate the best deal for you, without leaving your money on the table.
Remember you get what you pay for. Each city and county may have their own statutory required forms that would not be covered by CAR forms etc. Tfhese forms are required by law to be included in transactions . Since we are the most litigious state in the nation, you are best off with a realtor or real estate attorney who has expertise to provide all the correct forms and who even carries insurance for any errors or omissions that are made.
Search zillow for your homes address to get the #zestimate. Call me to get you zexactimate!
Don't panic! Fridays are the best day to come on the market, but not all weekends are great. School and sports may be starting back up, football season began. All sorts of things can affect showings the first weekend out. 2-3 weeks into it and still no showings? Then it's time to look at the price and the property. Good luck!
If you are a vet and using a VA loan, you can apply two years after foreclosure. Otherwise you must wait until the 3 year mark and use an FHA loan. Just make sure you are doing what you can to keep your credit score high before December. Good luck!
Many hard money lenders will lend to an LLC. So you would need to setup an LLC, which may cost around $800 depending upon the state. I have had clients do so successfully, but check with your hard money lender first and see if the LLC would satisfy them for meeting the Dodd Frank Law.
You should always check the HUD website to see if a condo complex is FHA approved: https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/condlook.cfm