Well, the problem for you here is that Williamsburg is still a very popular and sought after neighborhood and the developments that are being built are still high end to attract the money to the area. So, because of gentrification prices do not look to be going down in the near future. What I can suggest is that you look in Bushwick, which is the next Williamsburg like neighborhood in Brooklyn. Lucky for you we have a great many properties in Brooklyn that we would love to sell you. So, why don't you give us a call. 718-880-2170.... more
My company (Houlihan Lawrence) has one of the largest referral networks in The Lower Hudson Valley as well as Greenwich Connecticut. Personally,I do Yonkers, Bronxville, Eastchester, Tuckahoe and Scarsdale, any thing else would be referred to the manger of the appropriate office. If you decide to move forward, I will introduce to our Corporate Referral Manager. We also have ties to other referral networks around the country.
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It was stable two years ago when the market hit bottom in 2011 and it stayed there for about a year. This past year we have seen about a good 5-10% increase in values (estimated) from this exact time last year. Some communities went up more than others (houses more than condos for example). we have not seen price decreases in this area since 2010. I specialize in Palm Harbor and Dunedin (zip code 34698 is all of Dunedin). The inventory is very low right now which is making the prices rise rapidly. I expect another 5-10% increase in prices by this time next year.... more
Rent to owns are very rare and should always require a substantial down payment-often times more than a rental security deposit. There are other perils with rent to own. You pay more than you would on the open market and have less negotiation power and less choices.
You are close to buying. Get with a lender and work toward that. I would not recommend rent to own for you. If you have to move now, I would recommend you find a rental that you would want to buy and work on that.
But first I would recommend you talk to a lender. I can recommend Ricarrdo at Quality Lending 630-
You need to discuss this with your agent right away. It may come down to consulting with a real estate attorney which is I highly recommend you do especially if you still want to finalize the purchase of the condo.... more
Yes. That is the major corridor for Disney area Resort / Vacation homes. It's big business in our area. 33897,33896,34747,34746 are the best zones for Short Term Rentals. Not all communities allow that use, so working with an agent that knows the area well is important. Read my profile for past client reviews, and let me know if I can assist you.
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I understand your concern and also you don't want many people to have your info. its hard enough that you are giving out your info to strangers and the least thing you want is to multiply that exposure. Anyway, you can go to your bank or credit union or if your bank can't help you then you need to do your hardest research on which broker can help you better.
I wish you I can help, but my guys are here in CA. and like I said it is better for you to minimize your exposure of private info. And it is better to work with someone you can visit their office.
Best of luck to you.
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Go with the one showing the most RESULTS!
Anyone can promise you the moon but not everyone can show you the the evidence that their process works by simply allowing you to see the RESULTS.
Most brokerages operate on the business model that "IF you pay the fee you are ok with me." They will take anyone on board. One brokerage here in the Tampa area has 3,000+ agents and the brokerage does a whopping number of transactions....untill you ask the right question, one would think this mega broker is at the pinnacle of the real estate industry. Not so.
The right question for those who intend to make money, to be in business beyond two years is, "What is the average annual agent transaction for this office?"
Those brokerages who practice 'accidental' real estate will average around 9 transactions annually. Productive offices, the one you want to be a part of, average 17, 21, 35 transactions annually per agent. These results ARE the validation the system, compensation, training, infrastrucure and support actually WORK and produce RESULTS!
When you have identified the productive offices, beg, borrow, steal...do what you must to join a team or be assigned a mentor. Share your businesss vision/plan with your mentor then simply follow the directions provided. You will learn by doing and earn by completing and all done under the supervison of your mentor.
Be aware, you neither learn or earn warming a seat in a classroom. If you are ready to "hit the ground running" your choice should not be too difficult.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
I'll be glad to try and help you. Please feel free to contact me directly firstname.lastname@example.org or by cell 407-832-4650. I can set a search up for you and send you homes here that are currently listed, plus you'll get automatic updates when something matching is newly listed.
I hope to hear baack from you soon.
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You are right! If I had a listing in Red Hook I would make certain that PS-15 would be mentioned! If you know anyone looking to sell their property in Red Hook have them contact me and I will make sure that PS-15 gets mentioned in the diatribe.
Mitchell S. Feldman
Associate Broker/ Director of Sales/ e-Pro Realtor
Fillmore Real Estate
Office: (718) 252-2000/ Cell: (917) 805-0783
Email: MitchellSFeldman@aol.com... more
You need to find a loan officer who is willing to work with you to try to repair your credit. I work with a couple companies who have people willing to do this. Without knowing your exact situation it is hard to say what you will need to do. As you repair the collections the credit score should go up as well.... more
Value is in the eye of the beholder and not every home Buyer perceives it the same way. Part of the challenges we face as Realtors is getting the right buyer to see your home. For instance, having a lot near a golf course may not necessarily appeal to a couple raising 3 or 4 children where being closer to a school may be more appealing. On the other hand, empty nesters or a young couple might be drawn to it golf course location and may be willing to pay a premium if the housing demand in such a location is limited.
In Illinois, carports are not all that popular due to weather conditions. If you have the space to build a 3 car garage vs a two car garage with a carport you will do much better. A finished basement is also a plus, however, quality finishes and fixtures are more important than a finished basement. There are variables to this opinion depending on the how much finished square footage you are offering for the price you are asking.
In a situation where your budget would not allow to offer both, a finished basement and quality fixtures, I would recommend to skip the finished basement and offer the better finishes and fixtures instead. Of course, if you are going to do the basement as well, the finishes and fixtures should be somewhat compatible to what you are using on the main level/s.
Every situation is different and so is every pocket book. If you are thinking of building to resale, I would recommend to have your broker do a thorough analysis of what you are planning to build before going full steam with the project. This way you can feel confident that you are not over building and can maximize your profit without having to sit on the inventory for months and months. Feel free to contact me if you can't find a qualified broker to help you.... more
This property is listed by Villager Realty in Danville at 570-473-7300. We do not have adequate information on this property to determine if it would pass the strict VA guidelines. We are sorry we can not be of further assistance on this particular property. Thank you.... more