There is no 'standard'. Commissions are all negotiable, so it really depends on what you and your agent work out. It can vary widely. I personally will offer a flat fee, or other options, that fit a particular situation. I hope that helps!
Front Range Poroperties
This is directly from my underwriting guidelines:
PROPERTY SETTLEMENT "BUY-OUT."
When a borrower's interest in a property is "bought-out" by another co-owner of the property (as often happens in a divorce settlement), but the lender does not release the borrower from liability under the mortgage, the borrower has a contingent liability. We will not require that this contingent liability be considered as part of the borrower's recurring monthly debt obligations, as long as documentation can be obtained to confirm the transfer of title to the property.
Sr. Mortgage Banker
NMLS ID #224036
3420 Toringdon Way #210
Charlotte NC 28277... more
This is the typical cycle here. Busy from mid march to mid July. Then a mini increase in activity from mid September to mid November. August sees the least closings, followed by December.
If we have a terrible winter, buyers will be out looking in February. If we have a mild winter (as we have had in Fall). They will start looking for a new place in March.... more
If you are looking for a mortgage on a non warrantable condo, we offer non warrantable condo loans nationwide.
Let's discuss your loan scenario in more detail.Contact me at 800 315 8803. My name is Bart and I have been in the mortgage business since 1987. I am happy to answer your mortgage questions, 7 days a week and review your loan scenario.
Until then, I look forward to hearing from you.
Bart Gabe - 800 315 8803
NMLS# 20743 - my licensing information
http://www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org/ - link to look up my license number... more
This is a question for a pest control expert. The problem is that mice, like many pests don't stay put. They move around inside the walls and can force their little bodies through some very small holes around plumbing and other parts of the mechanical systems. As a result, they can move between apartments. You may have to lean on the management company a little harder to get them involved. If the problem is severe (or bad and getting worse) there may be rules in your city. You might want to call the local health officials since mice can carry disease.
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You'll likely not find a broker commenting on this topic because our duty is to serve the public interest with the facts and not opinions of others. You might find some non brokers to comment on the matter. If you would really like to get some information you could send the residents a letter asking for their experiences with the HOA, you can get the list of addresses (public information) from any title company for a small fee. You could ask to attend their Association meetings and you might meet owners there, and request the minutes of past meetings to see what is discussed. I'm guessing you won't get any formal opinion from them, but you could certainly call Hindman Sanchez Law Firm and ask them how you might further research the HOA; they specialize in HOA law and issues here in the Denver markets and are a firm that most everyone I've ever asked have referred me to on matters of HOA. They have a blog you can subscribe to for posts and alerts regarding new HOA law and regulations, it's a hot topic currently and there will be new rules coming in the next 12-24 months I believe surrounding HOAs.... more
It is just the 1 bed half duplex for that price. It is under contract so probably too late for that one. This is buy my house and there are others but this one was one of the lower priced homes for the area. Let me know if you would like me to do a search of the others in Congress Park.... more
Ah! A question about the word- trulia! I looked it up and there is no definition for Trulia. I am guessing that it is a company name.
I can also answer your questions about Denver metro real estate. Call me if I can help.
If you're looking to purchase a home/townhome, the first step is to contact a Loan officer that can give you the exact place you're at with your credit score. I have several lenders that I would like to introduce you to and once you see what's going on, then you'll have a better idea of your choices.
Do you have enough cash to purchase? If so, credit is not a problem. I'd be happy to discuss the home buying process with you - my information is below and we can set up a meeting.
I'm looking forward to the prospect of assisting you.
Cherry Creek Properties
I would say you should talk to your agent about that one. Those are things as a lender I ask my clients if they are deal breakers? If so, then they can be important to have corrected when buying a home. From the lending standpoint it depends on the loan type you are doing. If any of this comes up on the appraisal it can affect your loan. But first and foremost you should ask your agent their thoughts.... more
I have quite a few buyers looking to be in their new home by christmas or first of year. I would be happy to see if your home fits their criteria.
Peak Properties Group
I think you are being appropriate in your requests. If the Seller won't fix them then get your earnest money back and find a different house. You can see all the homes available on my site and you don't need to buy a house with problems.
You will need to get an amend signed by the seller... 2nd if you are looking to adjust on the Trulia site it will take a few days typically to get that information to Trulia especially if it is syndicated through your broker site.... more
Rental market is very strong, so you can price your rental slightly higher knowing there is strong demand and limited supply. For pricing my rentals I see how other rentals located in the neighborhood are priced. I check Craigslist, Padmapper and also call "For Rent" signs. If I don't get any calls within 3 to 7 days of advertising my rental, I know I am priced too high and will reduce the rent.
Cherry Creek Properties, LLC