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Answers (27)Displaying: 27 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Jan 31, 2017Paul, This website syndicates the listings from MLS data base. If you are a Seller, then the best way to have it corrected is to discuss this with your Listing agent. Chances are the info about your listing may not be displayed correctly in MLS and (therefore) on hundreds of other websites. MLS would be the central way to correct any error. Hope it helps!Answered: Jan 31, 2017Great question! Each click will open a new listing on a new page, that's the way this website is set up. You can search again, and look up another listing.. Don't forget to login to your account to save those listings you love! - or better yet, take a step further and ask for more info for the homes you are interested in. Good luck with your home search!Answered: Jan 31, 2017Good question. And the answer is: it depends. 1) on the type of financing 2) occupancy, if requested 3) diligence of your lender, listing agent and Selling Realtor. There's very little "typical" in Real Estate. Flexibility and great communication is the key to getting to the closing table faster.Answered: Jan 31, 2017In answer to: Do you have any handicap assssessable homes listed/Hi there! There are listings out there that can accommodate your needs, with no or little work on your part. Your Buyer agent can look up those. Also, ask your Realtor to search the MLS for additional homes in your preferred location that can be turned into handicap assessable homes, so that you have more than a few to choose from. Good luck!Answered: Jan 31, 2017Great question!. The answer is Yes, but you may have to talk to more lenders and find out what programs they have to offer, so that you can find a good match for your situation. Many lenders offer assistance with credit repair -FREE! - so remember to ask about it. Removing old inquiries from your credit history will help get your score up. Good luck!Answered: Jan 31, 2017Usually the Buyer would hire a home inspector AFTER making an offer. The Buyer has the right to get out of the contract (and get back trust deposit / EMD money ) if the results are not satisfactory. It is different, when the house is in foreclosure.. Most of bank-owned properties are sold in AS IS condition and the Buyer is to sign the disclosure about it.Answered: Jan 31, 2017Jc, you will have more clarity when you get the estimate from the contractors. I would also recommend to get the comps from a few local Realtors who are familiar with the area. With all the data in front of you, it will be easy to make a decision that works best for you! Good luck!Answered: Jan 7, 2017Annette, Congrats on your decision to buy a house! Sounds like you are thinking of getting a loan, and have 40% for down payment and finance 60% of the house price with a loan. There's various programs out there that might be a good fit for your situation. The lenders do check the credit, but not all lenders take it into account when making a decision to get you pre-approved. I hope you will find an amazing program that works for you! Good luck!Answered: Jan 7, 2017In answer to: inquiring about a house.Monique, Some listings go on and off the market quickly, and there may be different reasons for it. Are you working with a Realtor? A good Buyer's agent can help you stay on top for the properties that match your criteria, and find out accurate info for those you are interested in.Answered: Jan 7, 2017great question! It sounds like working on your credit score will help you get pre-approved. Some mortgage lenders provide a free credit repair program and will help you identify the factor that, when addressed, will increase your score. Also, you might benefit from down payment assistance (FREE money) if you qualify. be sure to speak to more than one lender to find the program that is the best fit for your financial situation.Answered: Jan 7, 2017Great questions! a Seller disclosure is a required document with most sales. A Seller is required to report ALL KNOWN repairs and issues with the property, if any. Your Realtor should provide you with this document before listing your property on the market, and it is your responsibility to fill it out. This will protect you, the Seller, in case the Buyer comes across a significant problem after closing.Answered: Jan 7, 2017Absolutely! Safety is just one of the important things to consider when selling FSBO! Most Buyers prefer sellers not to be around when they look at a property - and this is where a knowledgeable Realtor can be of great help! Of course, FSBO sellers save on commission, however, they miss out on many other things.. and typically FSBO sells for 14% less than when listed with a great Realtor. If you choose to continue selling FSBO, I recommend you pack all valuables and small knick-knacks before the showings.. Good luck to you!Answered: Jan 7, 2017La Velle, There are a lot of mortgage lenders who will be happy to help you out! Some offer free Credit repair and/or consultation and will gladly give you advice on how to repair your credit. It is certainly worth calling a few mortgage lenders and ask about it. Try your local bank, as well as Mortgage Brokers in your area.Answered: Jan 6, 2017In answer to: real estate agent for home purchaseIt is a common practice that a Seller will cover the commission of a Buyer's agent. However, you, the Buyer may still be responsible for a transaction fee. Most brokers charge a compliance fee of some sort that is due at closing. You will not have to bring a separate check for this, but you will see this fee on the final breakdown of cost. It is a good idea to inquire about the amount of the transaction fee before you commit to working with this or that Realtor.Answered: Jan 6, 2017In answer to: I need a trustworthy realtor. Any recommendations?A few good questions to ask a real estate agent are: 1) if they belong to National Association of Realtors 2) If they have any specific designations or certifications - you want a knowledgeable agent to represent you! 3) looking up past sales is a good idea. Sometimes agents specialize in representing ONLY buyers or ONLY Sellers.. you then can decide if this is a good fit for you. 4) Experience working in your market and selling / buying homes in your geo area. 5) If you are a Seller, ask about their marketing strategy, examples of marketing materials for agents past sales.. If you are a Buyer, ask more questions about home buying process. And lastly, after you ask those questions, trust your gut. You will then know if you like the agent's personality - you will be working together for some time, and I hope you find someone you trust and enjoy being around. Good luck to you!Answered: Jan 6, 2017V stands for Value range price. It is not very common in real estate but one would come across a value range listing every now and then. The multiple offer situation is quite common, and this would explain why you were asked to offer 304,000 on that value range listing, so that you bid higher than other offers and still get the property you like.Answered: Jan 6, 2017Dear Anna, If I were you, I wouldn't event WANT to work with those agents who have the attitude you describe! You deserve to be represented by a knowledgeable, professional agent,who would work in your best interest, and there's plenty of Realtors who will be willing to help you. Ask them if they do Buyer's consultation,before taking you to showings.. and do interview the agent to find out if his/her personality is a good fit for you. I'm sure you WILL find a good Realtor to help you with the purchase of your new home!Answered: Jan 4, 2017Great question! The answers below outline the main categories of the Closing costs, which include (but not limited to) title insurance policy, closing fee, sometimes Brokerage fee, state / county transfer tax, city certification (if required), pest inspection (VA loan - Seller pays). Any liens on the property, delinquent taxes, and final water bill the Seller has are NOT part of Closing cost, but MUST be paid before closing (no worries, the Title company usually will take care of this on behalf of the Seller). Hope this puts things in perspective for you :)Answered: Jan 4, 2017Earnest money deposit (also known as Trust Deposit) is designed to communicate to Seller that You, the Buyer, are serious about making an offer on their home. While it is not legally required to be part of sale, Earnest Money deposit is a common practice in the state of Michigan. The amount of EMD is negotiable but the rule of thumb is that it's about 2-3% of the sale price. The Buyers Agent is required to give the Buyer a receipt, and MUST deposit the EMD check to Broker's escrow account within 48 hours.Answered: Jan 4, 2017Absolutely! A professional Realtor SHOULD offer you a Buyer Consultation to explain the home-buying process and answer your questions, even before he or she takes you to showings. This Buyer Consultation will equip you with tons of valuable info, and you can ask any questions you may have.. Don't skip this important step! Also, make sure that the Realtor who's showing you any house, works FOR YOU, the Buyer, and represents your interest. Agency Disclosure is a required document in the State of Michigan, it outlines whose interest a real estate agent represents. Good luck to you!Answered: Jan 4, 2017In answer to: I have a credit score of 640 is that a good score?credit score of 640 can get you pre-approved for a variety of programs! Congratulations! Check out FHA loans, MSHDA program that can give you up to $7500 down payment assistance if you meet the other criteria and several local programs in Michigan. Have you tried to clean up your credit history with Smart Credit? It's probably one of the best out there, to help you remove old stuff and bring up your credit so that you may get an even better interest rate. Consultation with an experienced mortgage Broker will help you get more clarity about your options. You are under no obligation to get pre-approved or buy a house, and it's FREE. Best of luck!Answered: Jan 4, 2017Purchase agreement is a mutually binding legal agreement, which cannot be cancelled "just because". The terms of the contract specify the reasons for possible cancellation, and the consequences it entails. Refer to the PA, ask your Realtor to explain the situation or/and see the assistance of real estate attorney. You may be entitled to EMD money..Answered: Jan 4, 2017Most showing instructions spell out the answer to this question: a licensed realtor should be PHYSICALLY present at the time of the showing. Realtors who disregard this requirement, are not only subject to fine for violation, they risk losing their license.Answered: Jan 4, 2017This website pulls data from your MLS, and this is the central place you should check for errors. Chances are if the data is reported incorrectly here there's the same error that appears on many other websites that syndicate the listing info from MLS. So instead of correcting it on every single website, go to the source -your MLS - and start there. any info you update in MLS will be automatically updated on hundreds of other websites.Answered: Jan 4, 2017Great question! The listing agent is the one who listed the house and has a lot of information about it. However, keep in mind that the listing agent ALWAYS has Seller's interest in mind. I recommend that you get an agent who represents YOU, the Buyer, and he/she will get all the detailed info about any house that is of interest to you!Answered: Jan 4, 2017Sorry you are going through this. Must be frustrating! With any offer, time is of essence and should be taken into consideration.. Good communication is key when buying or/and selling. It's best to follow up on a phone conversation by writing email with the deadlines so that you have important timeline and date(s) in writing. This is especially helpful when it comes to any dispute. Calling a Broker is certainly one of the options, but I hope your Buyer agent is knowledgeable and will be able to work things out for you. Good luck!Answered: Jan 4, 2017Create an account by clicking on the link on the top menu. Just make sure you you register as Real estate agent, not a consumer. This gives you more options to optimize your profile. I recommend that you take the time to upload you pic and ask your Buyers and Sellers to endorse your skills. Also, make sure you select which areas you serve, so that potential clients can find you!! good luck!
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