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228 Peters Road
Bristol, TN 37620
3 br, 2 full ba $164,900
1005 Mountain Breeze Lane
Bristol, TN 37620
3 br, 2 full ba $133,900
300 Arnold Road
Bristol, TN 37620
3 br, 1 full & 1 half ba $69,000
730 Myrtle Street
Kingsport, TN 37660
2 br, 1 full ba $118,000
104 Fox Hall Circle
Bristol, TN 37620
3 br, 2 full & 1 half ba $35,000
168 Springdale Rd
Bristol, TN 37620
3 br, 1 full ba $25,900
310 South Hollow Road
Blountville, TN 37617
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Lloyd: I wouldn't be concerned about the value of your home published on Homes, Zillow or any other home website. The way they pull your prices is based on tax records and recent sales in the area. And 99% of potential buyers aren't going to put much confidence in these methods of pricing. I'm a REMAX Realtor in Bristol and would love to give you a custom CMA. It sounds like you have a beautiful piece of property. Have a great Thanksgiving!!
I can help you. Email me or call me with what you want to offer. And let me know when you want to go look at it. thanks
Sheila, have you listed your home yet? I would love to give you a CMA on your home and explain to you what I do to sell your home. thanks
If you send me the address-or mls # I can send the specific mls sheet to you that will give you all the details about it. thanks,
Are you wanting to rent or to buy? I know a seller in the Greeneville area who has a 3br/2ba doublewide with some land that is fenced in and extremely pet friendly area. She is selling to relocate closer to family.
The best thing to tell you is to find a good loan officer that can help you with the different programs. They can also give you suggestions on how to fix your credit issues so you can be closer to owning a home. thanks
I would be glad to help you find something. I work the tricities area which includes Johnson City and surrounding areas. thanks
Actually the best thing to do is to contact a CPA in your area. I have tax experience so I know that on one of the credits that you have to repay over a 15 year period ($500 per year). You can file a specific IRS form to eliminate this payback if you sell your home and do not show a gain on it.
Just contact a local Realtor to that area and they would love to help you out.
Get in contact with a Realtor in that area and they will explain the process.
You can get plugged in with a good Realtor and they can refer you to some good loan officers that can explain to you the USDA Loan and other available loans that would work for you.
It depends on if a Good agent has listed it or not.
List it with a good Realtor.
Generally speaking if the seller has signed the contract then they are legally bound to sell you the home. Are they represented by a Realtor? If so have your agent contact that Realtor. Also have your agent talk with their Broker to get some much needed advice.
I would check with a local bank and see what they could do. You might go the owner finacing route. Good luck and THANKS for serving our country.
I recommend finding a good Realtor in that area to find you a rent to own property that a partial amount of your rent goes toward a downpayment.
You can get a USDA loan which is a 100% loan. You also might qualify for some grants that a good Realtor can plug you into. Happy Home Hunting!!!
It can be a stressful event. I would recommend partnering up with a good Realtor who can plug you into some good loan officers and then you can make your choice of who you use. The loan officer will let you know how much home you can afford then you can sic your Realtor on finding you a home. Good luck. Northeast TN/Southwest Va is a beautiful place to live. Give us a look!!!
You would need to check up with your Realtor to find out that answer. If he/she isn't a member of this site that might be the issue.
Yes. I would consult an attorney but it sounds like he did a big no-no and will be liable for that.
I recommend you talk with a good loan officer and they will prequalify you based on your credit score, which takes into account your work history and your past history of paying your bills. Then find you a good Realtor to help you find a home.
You should know the benefits of selling your home through a Realtor. An average sale with a Realtor is 8% more than with a for sale by owner. And you can let them do most of the work. Good luck selling your home.
No. Your income and your past references should be enough.
You need to list it with a good Realtor.
It depends on what your credit looks like since the discharge and your job situation. It wouldn't hurt to cal la good loan officer and if you're able to buy I would call a good hard working Realtor in your area to find you the home you're looking for.
I would first recommend that you get yourself preapproved so you know #1 how much house can I afford and #2 you will know how much house you can comfortably afford within your budget. Then in this process find a good Realtor in your area that can do alot of the legwork for you and get a game plan together for finding you the house that is for you.
Contact your agent and let them work on that for you.
First get yourself preapproved. When you go through this process see what types of financing are available to you. For instance, if you only qualify for an FHA loan then that might limit the types of foreclosures you can buy due to the banks not wanting to negotiate with loans that requires a FHA Appriasal.
It should be on your profile screen. If not get in touch with the Tech department
Depending on the state you would have to check with their process of putting in back-up offers. In TN and Va it depends on the property. If it is a foreclosure usually the seller's won't negotiate a back up offer because they don't want to take the time to go through it. And seller's have that same option of not having to negotiate a back up offer. I encourage my sellers to continue to show the property even if we have a contract on it to get it more exposed to other buyers if something goes south on the current contract.
You can get a Realtor that does business in that area to put you on an automatic feed for properties in your parameter search. Happy Home Hunting!!!
Yes. There are lots of options out there and depending on your credit the higher it is opens you up to more possibilities. In Northeast TN and Southwest Va. we have several institutions that are loaning for homes with 3% down and no pmi and it isn't an FHA loan. Happy Home Hunting!!!
They are so give them a call.
You would need to contact the tech department and they should be able to help you out.
You hsould connect with one of the Realtors on this site from that area and they will get all the information you need to make an informed decision.
They should have already been able to do that. You need to find a better loan officer.
No-you need to find a good Realtor and let them list your property. Realtors on average get 8 to 15% more for your home than if you sell it on your own. And thats not counting saving you from all the legal headaches of a home transaction.
Lots of things to think about. Most foreclosure homes need some cosmetic and structural work. So the first thing I recommend to my buyers is to get pre-approved for several types of loans. If you have the ability to pay some down, like 3.5% you could go with a FHA Loan. If you want a 100% loan some lending institutions have these programs still available. Most foreclosure listings are owned by banks who would rather take a lower offer if it cash or a conventional loan. There is also a possibility of getting a 203kFHA Rehab loan. Happe Home Hunting!!!
You would need to list it with a Realtor.
I would recommend hooking up with a good Realtor and letting them put you on an automatic feed for the area you are interested in and the foreclosure listings will come to you directly when they are new on the market. That is free.
You could do a search online for that specific home or agent and get a number that way.
I would love to work with you in the Northeast TN and Southwest Va area.
Sure. You would have a great chance to get a loan. call a lender.
It depends on the desirability of a home, the price that it is listed at, and the patience of the seller's to leave it listed longer than usual.
I would recommend you getting a CMA from a Realtor to get a true price of what your home is worth. Real Estate websites aren't too accurate on coming up with a price.
You need to call and interview some experienced full-time Realtors in your area. I would recommend using a REMAX realtor since we have a great international advertising advantage on other companies. Good luck selling your home.
It really depends on the market area. I would recommend getting an experienced Realtor that is good at negotiating for you.
My advice would be for you to contact a Realtor with experience in doing rent-to-own sales. And let them search for available properties that fits your needs as far as the size of home and the terms that would work for you.
That answer really needs to come from a lender. But in my market you would need to have a credit score of at least 620. And then your debt to income ratio would have to be around 33%.
You can contact me. I'm a Realtor in VA and Tennessee.
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