Seems pretty big to be renting. It would be cheaper to buy. Have you thought of that?
How many bedroom minimum would you need? also any other criteria besides the yard for the dog?
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Hi - This is something I'm used to being asked by clients. First, is are you planning on handling all property issues which may arise or are you planning on having a property management team come in to assist you?
By working with a real estate agent on finding a tenant, the agent can help you with the paperwork process. I'm based here in LA and happy to discuss this further with you.
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Absolutely not! Highest offer does not mean best terms. Is the buyer pre-qualified or pre-approved, or even better is it a cash buyer who doesn't need to obtain a loan. There are many variables to consider. Not just price. Your local real estate agent should be able to guide you through the variables of an offer.... more
Some "friend" you have. If they are just a friend who is visiting, that will not leave and is not a tenant, what is to stop you from changing the locks and packing their things for them? It is your home and you are living there as well?. If you are collecting rent or have a tenant agreement, then you should be careful to make sure that you go through the proper legal eviction process.
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The lender(s) on a short sale are, by definition, taking a loss. The first trust deed holder usually takes a smaller "hit", percentage wise, than the junior lien holders, who may only get pennies on the dollar.
If the first and second trust deeds are held by the same lender, there is often much more flexibility in price than when the loans are held by different lenders. If you are looking for a real bargain, look for short sales with those types of profiles.
Certain lenders are, at different times, more flexible than others. It all depends on how much inventory they have on their books, and the market demand.
Remember that markets are efficient. The buyers ultimately determine the value. High demand = higher prices. Lenders respond to the pressures of the marketplace.
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First, seller's escrow fees are normally debited from the seller's proceeds and paid to escrow and all other providers at close of escrow....they wouldn't necessarily have to pre-pay any of those expenses so your question doesn't make a lot of sense. Additionally, the purchase agreement should spell out the division of fees between buyer and seller so double check your contract who is paying for what. It is escrow's job to then carry out the elements of the contract and as concerns escrow fees, they would simply debit the seller at closing.... more
There's more factors involved.
You need to speak with an experienced lender.
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I am Pet Friendly for dogs under 30 punds. Certain breeds are not accepted and I do have to approve all dogs staying in my Rental.
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Not at all and they may actually consider you to be more stable. As long as it is legal, landlords usually don't care where your income is from. What may be an issue is if the other applicants' income is higher, landlords may consider them better qualified.... more
They are SLOW to pay until you start to complain. They still owe me money. We were completing 30-40 BPOs for them per month at 40.00 per BPO and 150.00 per commercial it adds up. Another colleague in my office was owed over 10K. I don't think they are in financial trouble in as much they just don't pay. I know they laid off quite a few people a short while ago. Specifically someone I used to work with a lot.... more