3b S Hillview Circle
Lansdowne, PA 19050
2 br, 3 full ba $169,900
3407 Hess St
Philadelphia, PA 19136
2 br, 1 full ba $69,900
929 Duncan Ave
Lansdowne, PA 19050
4 br, 1 full & 1 half ba $84,900
832 Scattergood St
Philadelphia, PA 19124
3 br, 2 full ba $49,900
5114 N 9th St
Philadelphia, PA 19141
3 br, 2 full ba $164,900
1038 Loney St
Philadelphia, PA 19111
3 br, 2 full & 1 half ba $175,000
Address Not Disclosed
Philadelphia, PA 19111
3 br, 2 full & 1 half ba $159,900
547 Unruh Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19111
3 br, 1 full ba $254,900
2139 Benson St
Philadelphia, PA 19152
5 br, 2 full ba $104,900
1510 Stevens St
Philadelphia, PA 19149
3 br, 1 full ba
Hello Ramir, Which property are you refering to? Thank you, Brian
From Cottman Ave. go South to Rising Sun (make right turn) to 200 E. Albanus block on right. It shows as being rented back in May of 2012 but I'm not sure if something happened with that Tenant or if it is still rented. Any other questions?
From Cottman Ave & Roosevelt Blvd South to Rising Sun make a right onto Rising Sun to right at Albanus.
What is the address of the property you have interest in?
Hello Viviana, What is the best number to reach you at?
Yes this property is currently available; would you like to see it? If so, please contact me if you don't already have an Agent.
Hi Tina, I've helped Section 8 Voucher holders for both rental & purchasing needs; which type of voucher do you have? Thank you!
So are you interested in help regarding the purchase of this home or how much you could possibly sell it for as the owner?
Hello Reginald, When you have a chance you can call me, I have some valuable information about the Owner & the Property that you may find helpful. Thank you, Brian
If you'd like, contact our property management dept. at 215-464-9966. I would love to sit down with you to see if I could help you possibly pay the same amount as your rent (or maybe even less) and actually own your own home; if you are interested in that, just let me know.
The value of a home is really what a Buyer is willing to pay for that home. An Appraisal is an "opinion" of value based on comparative sales and other factors. When trying to estimate what your home will sell for, have a REALTOR (who you feel you can trust) show you the most recent sales and carefully examine what each property sold had to offer. Your own motivation plays a key part in this process too. If you need to sell in a specific amount of time, you may have to adjust your price accordingly. Let me know if this helps...
There may be an MLS number that you can reference with a Realtor or you can reference the map if there is one, just provide the street name and/or intersection. I hope this helps!
Hello, several listed homes do not show the address for a variety of reasons; sometimes the Seller has requested that their address not be published, sometimes it may be the Broker's policy, etc... The best way to get the address is to contact your Realtor & give them the MLS number if there is one on the website or if there is a map, give them the street name and/or intersection. I hope this helps!
Where do I put my home for sale? Your home needs to be exposed to as many potential Buyers as possible. You should have visible signs informing local traffic that the home is for sale. Your home's information and selling points should be listed on as many internet websites as possible to inform the rest of the world that your home is for sale. You need to give out information flyers, business cards, post cards, leaflets on car windowshields, etc... The object is to get as many ready, willing, & ble Buyer's to walk through your door as possible, whether they buy your home or not is out of your control. You can set the table for them, but you can't make them eat! How do you put your home for sale? There are a couple of ways you can put your home for sale; You can try to sell your home on your own, without a Broker, or you can hire a Real Estate Broker to market the home for you. Thousands of people each year sell their home without a Broker successfully. However, experience shows that, due to the ability to market homes to a wider audience, 3rd party negotiating skills, & the professionalism & expertise that a good Seller's Agent should have, a REALTOR should be able to net you more money, even with the Broker's Fee included. It's simply the fact that we create Supply & Demand for the majority of Buyers. You also benefit from having a professional to handle your paperwork the right way. If you choose to try the process on your own you can contact me for FREE, no-obligation Information on What Every Home Owner Should Know When Trying To Sell For Sale By Owner. If you would like to interview an Agent for the job you can contact me for FREE, no-obligation information on What Every Home Owner Should Know Before Hiring an Agent To Market Their Home.
There have been mortgages available to Buyers with low credit scores that have even helped the Buyer with down payment assistance. The first thing you need to know is what your scores are, you can obtain this from your trusted Loan Officer or some websites offer free credit reports, just check the consumer reviews on the free credit reports before you give them your information. The second thing you need to know is what items on your report are bringing your score down. There are various reasons why credit scores can be negatively impacted; Too much debt vs. amount of earned taxable income, too many credit inquiries (requests) within a 12 month period, late or non payment to a creditor, identity theft, etc... You should review your credit report with your housing councelor, your trusted Loan Officer, or a Reputable Credit Repair Specialist. They can setup a gameplan with you to target items on your report that to to be remedied in order to best raise your credit scores. Your trusted Loan Officer will also be able to discuss which loans you may qualify for based on your income, current assetts, job history, & credit score. For more information on how to prepare for your next home purchase, please visit my website located in my profile. Thank You for reading & I hope this helps!
There are times when a mortgage can be approved even when the Buyer has a low Credit Score, of course it depends on how low and how recent the negatives items on the credit report are from. First you need to know your credit scores. Then it's a good idea to know what items are creating your scores. Credit scores can be affected by various issues; amount of debt you owe vs. how much taxable income you make, how many credit inquiries you have made in the last 12 months, if you've been late on making a payment to a creditor, identity theft, etc... If you have a copy of your credit report and you notice derogatory items that you know have been paid off or settled, you should write a formal letter to that creditor to have them remove the item in question. If you have derogatory items that are legitimate, you should seek help from a housing councelor, reputable credit repair company, or your trusted Loan Officer to gameplan the best way to remediate the items that will best increase your scores. There have been loans designed to help Buyers, with lower than average credit scores, obtain there new home and some even assist with the Buyer's down payment. You would be best served to consult with your trusted Loan Officer to find out if those loans are still available and if you qualify.
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