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When I choose Kim it was strickly from searching the homes.com web site. I had not met her before. I spoke to her once over the phone and found her very informative about the homes, financing and the over all process. She was always very professional when meeting with us to show us properties and handle paperwork. I was very impressed with the service we received. She did not pressuring us to make an offer on the first home we saw. She wanted us to be happy in what we purchased and she backed that statment with her actions. I have recommended Kim to my co workers and will continue to do so in the future.
Displaying: 17 Most Recent Answers
Answered: Feb 1, 2012
In answer to: Is it better to rent or own your house?
The answer depends. It depends on your long and short term goals. If you have plans to move within the next 2 years I would say no. "If you have plans to make a house your home for life or for more than 2 years then the answer would be yes, buy it. You will always be better off buying over the long haul. You also need to take into consideration the rental market in your area. If a comparable home you plan to rent can be purchased giving you a mortgage payment less than rent then why rent?
Answered: Jan 7, 2012
Homes are cheap because of the number of foreclosures and short sales in the area which is placing a larger supply of homes on the market. If you are a buyer this presents opportunities to get a nice home for a good price. It is important to realize, however, not all homes in Douglasville are cheap, location and condition will also determine price. If you need help in buying or selling a home in the area, call me I can help.
Answered: Jan 2, 2011
What out knowing your complete financial aituation I can not give you an absolute yes or no. What I can tell you is as long as the loan on the home your soon to be ex husband is still open; the lenders will count the full payment of that loan in your debt ratio. If your income is sufficient to cover that debt as well as your other debts plus the new home then you can probably get qualified. If not no.
Answered: Nov 21, 2010
In answer to: Why is the price so cheap?
Ashley, this home is listed both for sale and also for rent. The price of $3,000 is the monthly rent amount. The list price if you are looking to purchase is $399,900. If you are looking for a home in Fayette County give me a call. I will be happy to assist you in finding the right home at the right price.
Answered: Nov 10, 2010
The $3,000 price is the monthly rental price. If you wish to purchase this property outright the cost is $399,900. Are you ready to buy?
Answered: Oct 21, 2010
In answer to: can i pay cash
Cash is always acceptable
Answered: Aug 18, 2010
In addition to the zip code and school district you would like to live, what price point are you looking for?: number of bedroom, monthly payments and down payments you are looking at. call me Kim at 404-561-939 and we can discuss in more details.
Answered: Aug 16, 2010
This is a home available for Rent. Are you looking for rental property or a property to purchase? Call me Kim 404-561-9399
Answered: Aug 16, 2010
In answer to: what programs do you have for first time home buyers
There are a number of programs available for first time homebuyers, many are dependant on the county you are buying in and all will require you have the credit ability to qualify for an FHA loan. What county are you looking to purchase in? Give me a call I would love to give you more specific information based on your needs. Kim 404-561-9399
Answered: Jul 28, 2010
Sorry, the amount of $1100 is the monthly rental payment. If you are interested in finding true purchase bargains call Kim at 404-561-9399. I have worked with many investors to find excellent deals. I will admit even I can not find a home for $1,100 that will not need a complete rehab but there are deals for under $30,000 and $40,000 that only need cosmetic repairs.
Answered: Jul 27, 2010
In answer to: Why in the world is this property only $1200.00?
We have some excellent bargains in the Douglasville market. This home however, is a rental. The monthly rents are $1,200. If you are looking for a bargain call Kim 404-561-9399. I can match what you are looking for to what is available.
Answered: Jul 26, 2010
Love to assist you, need some additional information. Are you looking for something to rent or to purchase? What price range are we wanting to stay within? Give me a call at 404-561-9399 and we can discuss your particuliar situation directly.
Answered: Jul 26, 2010
Yes, we can handle leasing the property as well as property management services. Call Kim at 404-561-9399 and I will be happy to discuss our full list of services.
Answered: Jul 16, 2010
Yes, this property is still available. As per the listing agent it is currently being painted and cleaned out. Call me for showing arrangements. Kim 404-561-9399
Answered: Jul 6, 2010
Karen, You should never give your credit card information to see homes or view photo of homes. I would never ask a client to pay up front to see homes. I represent buyers all the time in this business and never had a client had to provide credit card information. Call me I will be glad to help you. Kim 404-561-9399
Answered: Jul 6, 2010
There are many factors which go into pricing a home. Just because a home is old does not mean it should be priced lower or the same as newer homes. Location can be a large factor in pricing a home. If a home is older and closer to the city more often than not it will be priced higher than homes located outside city limits, mainly because of the land value. If a older home has been updated it will also cause the home to be priced higher. The best way to determine if a particular home is priced correctly is to get with your Realtor and have him/her do a CMA. If you do not have a Realtor with who you are working with in your search for a home than you should look into getting a Realtor you feel comfortable with and who is knowledgeable of the area you are searching within. Kim 404-561-9399 Realtor(R)
Answered: Jun 18, 2010
The min. time after a bankruptcy has been discharged is 2 years. The important key is to re-establish credit. It may be costly at first with higher interest rates but it is very important to establish credit with at least two creditors and make timely payments for at least a year or more after the discharge. This will help to improve your credit score which will still be an issue. The min. credit score most lenders will do a mortgage loan for is 620 so that is what you want to achieve.