Tons of people email or call me asking about a home that is not listed for sale. I feel like Zillow does a pretty good job having the "little red" house icon that shows when a home is for sale. I don't get it??
Potentially a refi, or apply the home loan modification program...maybe rent it out if the numbers make sense and try to keep it.
Your credit will be affected if the bank reports it to the credit bureaus. Several lenders have told me that the best way to minimize the credit sting is to keep current all the way up until it closes, and pay all your bills on time after the short sale without having any slow pays.
I know it can be frustrating. Zillow has instilled a program that removes listings after a certain amount of time. Can anyone confirm this...is it 6 months?
It should just pop up when viewing a particular property?? Maybe try scrolling down a little bit. Occasionally, there are listed properties that for some reason do not have a zestimate.
You may want to let the listing agent know or contact Zillow. I bet one of those two suggestions will resolve the pricing issue.
What do you mean exactly? Can you elaborate on your question a little?
The county, the closing attorney's office, or a title clerk should all be able to help you get a copy of the deed.
Prices seemed to have hit somewhat of a bottom with slight fluctuations. My opinion is overall...it is a good time to buy if you have the ability. Rates are stupid low and prices have come way down. Trying to time the market any better the now is a gamble. Dollar cost averaging concept.
Sabrina,I would interview a couple Realtors who are experienced in rental homes, pick an area zoned for good public schools, and then look at rental values on comparable properties to get an idea if the #'s make sense for you. I have a handful of rentals and have enjoyed the process/investment.