I had the pleasure of working with Frank in 2008 while in search for my “home”. After working with several real estate agents and not being quite satisfied, we viewed one of Frank’s listings and were quite pleased with his demeanor. He is insightful and honest. Once we found the home of our dreams, we stumbled on many obstacles (as this was a foreclosure with a bank in Florida). Frank stood by our side and walked us through every step. He was always willing to go the extra mile and had it not been for him we would have likely given up on our search. Many thanks! KarinaKarina BatistaFrank is a great real estate agent he is very patient, he listens to you so he can understand exactly what you want. I have recommended Frank to all my friends because he works hard for his clients. Marina P.Marina PhilWhen my son and I decided to move from New York City to Newburgh in 2007 to buy our first home, we had no idea of what to look for in what was a seller's market in those days. He guided us through the process very patiently and made many intelligent suggestions. Ultimately we got a historic house that has presented us with a number of challenges that are part of buying an old house ,but, all in all, it has been worth it. Thank you, Frank.Esther KhannaWhen I was looking for a rental, Frank Rivera provided service that was prompt, professional and courteous. The reason I chose to work with Frank was his promptness and reliability. The quality of the apartment he found my family was superb and just what we needed. Frank was true to his word, and even went the extra mile to ensure our move-in was smooth. Thank you for such excellent service!Raymonda DerrellIt is no mystery that real estate agents can often be the car salesmen of the real estate world. Luckily, for buyers and sellers alike once in a while you will come across an agent who has your best interests in mind. Frank Rivera is one of those rare find agents, he is truly patient, knowledgeable and always willing to go above and beyond his traditional duties to ensure his clients have the home of their dreams and as little stress as possible. Frank is great at what he does!Ilka NevarezMy name is cecilia Pineda, Mr. Rivera has been great so far, any time i call him or email him i get an answer within seconds, always with a smile and willing to take the next step with you. Any listed house i looked for he expedited the appointments and was ready to show it to us no questions asked, he's been great, great GREAT! i strongly recomend him to anybody, especially first home buyers. Thank you so very much frank.Cecilia Pineda
Answers (40)Displaying: 40 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Feb 3, 2012YES the home owner will decide if he or she will accept you as a tenant,but you will never know till you try.Answered: Feb 3, 2012that depends on you income,credit score,down payment and ability to afford both loans. You need to sit down with a mortgage rep to find out.Answered: Feb 3, 2012that is what a short sale is, you offer and the bank accepts lower than what is owe.Answered: Feb 3, 2012In answer to: can you direct me to condos that allow large dogs?run down to your local realtors office and ask them to let you know.Answered: Feb 3, 2012be honest with your land lord tell him your plans and ask him to work with you as you will work with him. let him know that you will help getting a new tenant by allowing all showings of the apt to help rent it at the same time you will close your puirchase. if a new tenant is in place before you move out your land lord should not be upset. Honesty is always the best policy.Answered: Feb 3, 2012run do not walk to your nearest bank to get your self pre approved and you will finf out.Answered: Feb 3, 2012In answer to: will they do a 6 month rental?you will never know if you do not askAnswered: Feb 3, 2012go to your nearest realtor and they will help youAnswered: Feb 3, 2012talk to a lawyer in your areaAnswered: Feb 3, 2012divorced means free why not be on the deedAnswered: Feb 3, 2012divorce means free why not be on the deedAnswered: Jan 28, 2012Go to your own personal bank to meet in person with a mortgage rep, and get yourself pre approved.Answered: Jan 28, 2012In answer to: do i need a credit score to rent a home?Most of the time YES however is uo to the home owner, if you explain your case he or she may give you the chance you need.Answered: Jan 28, 2012Get in your car and go down to the nearest Real Estate office and ask to meet with a rental agent ASAP.Answered: Jan 28, 2012If you have good credit,go to your bank and get yourself preapproved to know your price range. Then find a good realtor to hold your hand and show you the ropes.Answered: Jan 28, 2012In this time of distress many landlords are understanding and if you tell them the truth about what happen to you, one of them may give you a chance with possible 2/3 months security.Answered: Jan 28, 2012Call your mortgage rep and ask him or her for advice on improving your credit score.Answered: Jan 28, 2012It is harder to foreclose, lawyer can tie it up for years.Answered: Jan 2, 2012I have been in theis business well ove 25 years, 9 out of 10 people that rent with option to buy never buy. FYI.Answered: Jan 2, 2012girlfriend you should ASAP rent first to get to know the area, then after you are happy look into buying.Answered: Jan 2, 2012In answer to: how to list a rental propertyvery simple call your local real estate company and tell them you want to list your property.Answered: Jan 2, 2012call the local realeste company to help you find what you wantAnswered: Jan 2, 2012allowing a pet is up to the owner not size of the apt.Answered: Jan 2, 2012540 is very low, you need to wait till your score is up around 620.Answered: Jan 2, 2012first go to your bank and get your self pre approved to see what you qualify for as far as price range of a homeAnswered: Jan 2, 2012call your bank and ask them to pre approve you to see what you can affordAnswered: Jan 2, 2012or it may also be for rent for 2400.Answered: Jan 2, 2012Please look very close at the price it could be a typoAnswered: Jan 2, 2012YES land lords will rent to you just meet with them and explain your caseAnswered: Jan 2, 2012Yes there are many land lords today that understand your situation and will rent to you .Answered: Jan 1, 2012call the nearest real estate office in the area where the apt is and they will help you with all your questions.Answered: Jan 1, 2012true many foreclosure homes do need repairs and the home owner will not do the repairs.Answered: Jan 1, 2012In answer to: HOW DO I GET MY HOME LISTED WITH YOU?just call me and we can set up an appointmentAnswered: Jan 1, 2012In answer to: Does solar power help or hurt the sale of a home?that is a matter of opinion & preference.Answered: Jan 1, 2012can you give more details about the home you want to know aboutAnswered: Jan 1, 20123.5% would be the minimum down paymentAnswered: Jan 1, 2012In answer to: can i have ur office phone numberyes log onto my web through this homes webAnswered: Jan 1, 2012which home are you asking if it has a basement and when can you see it call my cell to set up an appointment?Answered: Aug 10, 2011In answer to: is this house $2,500 a month for rent or for sale?for rent I have several ?Answered: Aug 10, 2011what rea are you talking about
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