Jensros02-Good Evening.Plenty of answers here, I'm not in a position to judge, nor would I, I only wanted add, everything is negotiable, this is true with real estate. Not really going to question why you want 5 instead of 6%, but maybe it ties into your bottom line, either way, I would interview a couple of agents, find the best fit for you and your property, there may be bigger or smaller concerns, that would alter who or why you go with them. I hope that helps.Have a BEAUTIFUL night.-Shawn, REALTOR, AZ.
Puchungaa,Good Evening.I would speak to a couple different lenders, as I am not one, however, many of my lenders can PQ a buyer, after a short sale. If I remember correctly, there was in 2013, I think it's still around a program that you cna buy 1 day after your SS with 25% down. Many don't have that in the bank, but my point is there are programs, that do not take 3 years, much of it depends on how you go about getting yourself back into buying position. I hope that helps.Have a BEAUTIFUL night.-Shawn, REALTOR, AZ.
Ed67000,Good Evening.Plenty of excellent data within said replies. I would only add, wherever/however, you list your property on MLS, make sure you have as many details about the property, including photos, so you can upload said data as quickly and professionally as possible, you also need to write up a description, explaining your home. I hope that helps. Have a BEAUTIFUL night.-Shawn, REALTOR, AZ.
User3844289,Good Morning.So many helpful reply, I'll just add, then when you do contact said services, make sure you have, at the ready as much of the needed information, and keep said given information that same, and as accurate as possible, that way you have at least one clear "snap shot" of where you are or where you may need to be.I hope that helps.Have a BEAUTIFUL day.-Shawn
Vicky,Good Morning.If you're still having trouble, with changing the price, you can email the Zillow support group, they are AWESOME.I hope that helps.Have a BEAUTIFUL day.-Shawn
Sandyhickox-Good Morning.Great question, I would reach out to a local lender, if you do not know/have one, perhaps visit a local lending firm, bank, credit union, etc. and or locate a local top rated REALTOR, if you do not have onealready. If you do not, make sure you ask them all a couple of questions, in reference to their field of knowledge as it pertains to location, skills, experience best matching your needs. Then try to view that and like property, taking notes/pictures, so that you have a feel for the process. Your lender and REALTOR will be there to "protect and guide" you, however, you will want to be a part of the process.I hope that helps.Have a BEAUTIFUL day.-Shawn
I vest,Good Morning.Most of the options have been addressed, being that all parties, should want to complete this transaction, there is nothing unacceptable with renegotiating terms. Splitting the difference, one way of the other is more often than not, the most common way to go and is the quickest path to close, if buyers funds are available. I hope this helps.Have a BEAUTIFUL day.-Shawn
Wbudd1,Good Morning.You can post your rental for free, start out at postlets :-). If you need assistance, ask the Zillow customer service team, they are AWESOME.I hope this helps.Have a BEAUTIFUL day.-Shawn, REALTOR
Also, try to post said open house data (day/time) a few days prior to said open house, so would be buyers, can view and save your listing. I hope that helps. Best of everything.-Shawn
Rent to owns based on the terms of agreement, many times are very user friendly for all parties. Said agreement can be custom to best fit both sides. Be sure to have your facts and figures at the ready, prior to signing anything. Have a BEAUTIFUL day.