About: Bill is a Microsoft sales veteran that served partners for 21 years helping them to build their accounting software consulting and sales businesses. You can expect proactive communication, responsiveness to your needs and integrity delivered with a sense of humor from Bill.
At RE/MAX Advantage Pl...
At RE/MAX Advantage Pl...
About: Bill is a Microsoft sales veteran that served partners for 21 years helping them to build their accounting software consulting and sales businesses. You can expect proactive communication, responsiveness to your needs and integrity delivered with a sense of humor from Bill. At RE/MAX Advantage Plus he achieved the Executive Club in both 2010 & 2011 which recognizes the top 25% of all RE/MAX agents. In 2012 Bill made the RE/MAX 100% club which is their top 15% of Realtors. He has over $14M in residential sales in just the past 3 years. Today's real estate world is driven more and more by taking advantage of the technology available to deliver results. Bill is a proven sales & marketing professional with a background in technology unlike any found in the real estate market.See More
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Answered: Feb 20, 2012
Hi, In addition to being a Realtor I have 6 rental properties so I can answer this as to how I would view it as a landlord. Every landlord can have their own guidelines but mine are income of 3x the monthly rent, debts no more than 45% of income, no previous evictions, no criminal history, verifiable income, verifiable tenant history and a credit score of 660. While I say 660 that is the one item I will sometimes be flexible on depending on circumstances. I do pull a complete criminal and credit background and so it would really depend on what I saw on that report as to why credit is poor. If someone had a short sale but paid all their other bills and has plenty of income then that's someone I can probably work with. I think your best bet is to find a place you like and then have a discussion with the landlord about their policies. Bill Wallace RE/MAX Results
Answered: Nov 28, 2011
In answer to: Hello, is the townhome still available?
Yes - feel free to contact me if you'd like to schedule a time to see it or want more information.
Answered: Jul 26, 2011
Hi Darlene, I'd recommend contacting a Realtor who can assist you with pricing and marketing your property. Almost all Realtors will list your home on multiple real estate websites including this one. I'd recommend interviewing multiple agents who have a proven track record in South St Paul. Best regards, Bill Wallace RE/MAX Results - Dakota County
Answered: Mar 25, 2011
Hi Steven, Most often your best bet for finding rent to own opportunities is going to be through something like Craigslist. As a Realtor, I deal mostly with the MLS system which is more designed for straight purchases than rentals. If you have any other questions please feel free to reach out again. Bill Wallace RE/MAX Results - Apple Valley
Answered: Mar 8, 2011
In answer to: what if I am a first time home buyer with bad crite
Hi Angel, I assume you mean bad credit. It really depends on how bad your credit is in addition to other factors like income and how much money you have saved. Your best bet is to talk to a good lender who can go through your finances with you to see if they can get you qualified for a home loan and if so, for how much. If you need the name of a great lender who works with first time homebuyers a lot and knows a lot of the government programs that can help as well let me know. Bill Wallace RE/MAX Results - Apple Valley 651-338-0355
Answered: Jan 14, 2011
You should really call the person on the listing since it's a rental. There should be no issue with this from a government standpoint (although you should check with Lakeville). The biggest issue would be whether the landlord would allow it which you can only find out by asking.
Answered: Nov 1, 2010
Hi Corey, You should check with a lender. If they say your credit is a problem the other option is to work with a credit repair service. I work with one in Lakeville that has helped a number of homeowners get into a new home after having had a short sale on their record. In regards to the home search, there are currently 20 homes within 10 miles of Hastings that are priced at less than $110k. Let me know if I can be of any other assistance. Bill Wallace RE/MAX Results
Answered: Sep 13, 2010
Hi Deborah - The best bet to answer this is your lender who would be doing the loan modification. They should be able to explain the options available and any costs, just like they would lay out expected costs for obtaining a loan in the first place. They may have different options that would allow you to just add any costs into the amount of the loan so you don't have any out of pocket costs. Bill Wallace RE/MAX Results email@example.com Rosemount, MN 651-338-0355
Answered: Aug 29, 2010
Hi Stacey - Have you talked to a Realtor about a short sale or other foreclosure alternative? I'd be happy to go over your situation. In regards to your question - yes, many landlords will rent to someone with a foreclosure in their background as long as you can show a somewhat stable source of income to be able to pay for rent. Bill Wallace, RE/MAX Results, firstname.lastname@example.org, 651-338-0355
Answered: Aug 29, 2010
Hi, the property you asked about is not currently for sale and hasn't been for sale anytime recently. You can find out about the current owners at the Dakota County property search website. Feel free to contact me if you want information about any other homes. Bill Wallace, RE/MAX, 651-338-0355