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It just depends, if the purchase is cash or with a loan.Here in Florida there are nil to no foreign national loans, so it all depends on your ability to purchase cash. I imagine different states have different rules.
Para poder comprar casa necesitas tener credito de por lo menos 620.Yo le aconsejo que trabaje en reparr credito , no vas a poder comprar com mal credito-
Yes, you will probably get better feed back from poential buyers if you home looks nice on the outside.You do not have to spend a lot of money...just little things like clean out weeds and if you have a flower garden get some Mulch and some flowers or shrubs.If the outside looks appealing they will come inside. MAny client will tell there agent to skip the home without going in if it looks bad on the outside or worse yet they will give Lower offer.
Was repaires in your contract.? Do you have your own Realtor to represent you?Please not if Home is bought AS-IS with right to inspect, with No agreement on repaires you can either walk away if it is really bad or try to negotiate with seller. If Seller has No funds to do any work. It will be up to you to move forward or walk away. Everything falls on What does the contract state.
Do you have your own agent or are you working with Listing agent?If you do not have your own Agent, and are working with the Listing agent you need to have listing agent send you a counter offer.If this agent does not and you decixde not to work with them representing you. I suggest you contact The Listing Aents office and speak to the office manager or Broker. This is a good reason why you need your own representation.
Hi:One of the most important things to do is to get yourself pre-qualified.There is nothing worse than to look for a home and find out you can not afford it.The buying process does not have to be stressful of difficult if you have the correct agent to guide you from step to step.
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This will depend on the HOA, or the complex itself.Sometimes water/sewer is included, I do not think I have ever encoutered Electric being included. usually there are seperate meters for Electric which your tenant will have to activate with utility company.
The only choices you have are 1)Short Sale (not good on your credit) 2) stay in it awhile longer or 3) rent it until it rises a bit.All of the above will depend on area you live in.