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Myesha Molenda

Agent

1 Recent Sales (last 12 months)

REALTOR (6 years experience)

Specialties:
Buyer's Agent,
Listing Agent,
Commercial R.E.,
Property Management

Advice

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Buyers agent

Response

I agree if the home is new and dealing with Builders you especially need a buyer's agent the Contractors will try to make a high profit off you if not, they have the advantage of knowing the ins and outs of the home, also you will be able to view more homes to compare the different floor plans.

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Rent or borrow from my 401k to buy?

Answer

If you have the money in you 401k to borrow go ahead and do it. Even if your rent goes up as stated, what type of ownership do you have? None- the landlord does and being retired may pass it on soon to someone else think about your interest. Your not getting any younger and your money is building a future for your kids.Owning a home will give you the same ability as your landlord to pass the property on. You dont want your kids to rent from your landlord you can have them rent from you in due season. Find a house and buy it.

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Do banks make repairs on their forclosed homes if a buyer asks?

Answer

Banks are not in the business of remodeling, selling are fixing anything in the house to make you buy, remember the reason they are selling to get back the money they may have already lost. Forclosures are going As-Is that means whatever the property's condition is in. Even So offering 10,000 less is good as long as the bank accepts which they usually do, they dont want the property

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Do banks make repairs on their forclosed homes if a buyer asks?

Answer

Banks are not in the business of remodeling, selling are fixing anything in the house to make you buy, remember the reason they are selling to get back the money they may have already lost. Forclosures are going As-Is that means whatever the property's condition is in. Even So offering 10,000 less is good as long as the bank accepts which they usually do, they dont want the property

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WHAT IF YOU OFFER TOO MUCH??

Response

You shouldn't offer too much thats where your homework comes into play. If you cant find the listing with the asking price on it call another agent-ask them. Check the county record and see what the tax valutation says. If a home is for sale it should have a recorded price somewhere out there. See what other homes are going for in the neighborhood

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