About: Education: Krissler Buisness Institute, Poughkeepsie, NY. Dutchess Community College Orange County Community College Real Estate Appraisal and Property Valuation Annual Continuing Education and Professional Conferences/Seminars Experience: Over 30 years of meeting the needs of buyers and sell...
About: Education: Krissler Buisness Institute, Poughkeepsie, NY. Dutchess Community College Orange County Community College Real Estate Appraisal and Property Valuation Annual Continuing Education and Professional Conferences/Seminars Experience: Over 30 years of meeting the needs of buyers and sellers in the Dutchess County Real Estate market. Linda is a Top Producing Associate Real Estate Broker whose experience is the key ingredient in her resume. Linda is professionally dedicated to always provide unequaled representation to her clients, few realtors will work as hard as Linda when it comes to your most valuable possession, your home. Productivity: Consistency is the key in Real Estate and Linda has been a top producing agent in Dutchess County for many years. Linda's clients appreciate her "no-nonsense" approach and unwavering honesty when evaluating their most important purchase. Most importantly, Linda is a dedicated negotiator and works tirelessly to obtain the best possible price for the property under consideration. Memberships and Affiliations: Member of the National Association of Realtors Member of the NYS Association of Realtors Member of the Mid-Hudson Multiple Listing Service Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Summary: Linda Michetti is a consistent multi-million dollar producer and productivity award winner. Honesty, integrity and exceptional personal service are the trademark values Linda Michetti's clients have come to expect.
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Linda was great. She was honest, professional, and most importantly very knowledgeable. She did not waste our time or her time showing us properties that did not meet our requirements or not in our price range, as other agents usually do. I would recommend Linda to anyone looking for a home.Brian RoviraLinda Michetti is the best in the business. She helped my husband and I out with a rental property a couple months back. She was professional, honest, on time and most importantly was quick to get back to us with any questions or concerns. If we ever need another agent in our future, Linda would be our first call.Shannon MarshLinda's knowledge of the local real estate market was a key factor in assisting us with listing and finding tenants for our duplex apartments. She provided us with insightful and reasonable recommendations for making our rentals more attractive in order to get the income we desired. Linda takes initiative, going the extra mile to satisfy her customers in matching potential tenants to available rentals. We have worked with her twice and would choose to work with her again, for both rental and/or sales opportunities that might present themselves in the future. Jeff and June BurgerJune BurgerLinda was thorough and professional. Her understanding of the local housing market was very good. Between online looking and visits to many homes, I found my new home.June Ellen NotaroI've known Linda for over 16 years so when we needed a realtor to help sell Mom's home there was no question who we would use. Linda is friendly, outgoing and knows the real estate business. She was always accessible and on top of everything. She was able to sell mom's townhouse for the asking price with a quick closing. Things went smoothly because of her expertise. I'd highly recommend Linda Michetti to anyone looking to sell or buy a home.Barbara Simone
Answers (17)Displaying: 17 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Jun 13, 2017You shouldnt have to enter a credit card on ANY site to search for a home. You may need to register an email, but not a credit card.Answered: Jun 13, 2017If it is your house, just call your agent and have him/her make the corrections in the MLS. (This site is fed from the MLS)Answered: Jun 13, 2017In answer to: Is there a way to search for FHA-approved homes to buy?Probably not, a lot of agents dont add the type of financing when they enter a listing. Also, some just say, "cash and conventional" even if the house would be fine with an FHA.Answered: Jun 13, 2017It depends on how much the concession is. The draw back to the concession is the house has to appraise for whatever your concession is. In a bidding war, typically, the house is going higher than asking anyway. I would probably recommend going conventional with a "small" concession.Answered: May 12, 2017What does she want to come for? Just say that its not a convenient time. If she's closing in three weeks, she can wait.Answered: May 12, 2017No one can answer this question. They dont know what you paid, whats its worth and what you owe.Answered: May 12, 2017In answer to: Do the prices include utilities?Not usually, but every rental is different.Answered: May 12, 2017Most lenders require at least a 640 credit score to be approved.Answered: Jun 2, 2016It depends on the type of home you have. If you have a higher end home, your buyers will expect higher end finishes. If you have an entry level home, or mid range home, pressure treated would be fine.Answered: Feb 6, 2015I don't understand your question. Are you a landlord or a prospective tenant?Answered: Feb 6, 2015What site are you referring to?Answered: Jan 1, 2014Most likely you will need to put down a significant amount of security. You are coming in to a competitive rental market with not many available. Owners have their choice of tenants. In Order to compete, you will need to lower your risk as much as possible.Answered: Feb 23, 2012In answer to: how to view photos of home. unable to openThere shouldnt be anything that has to open. Pictures should already be there. I would check the settings on your computer. Perhaps you have something blocked?Answered: Sep 18, 2011The best thing you can do is check with a mortgage specialist to see if you do qualify. If you have already done that and you dont qualify, there really is no secret way to get you to qualify. The income is an important critieria in obtaining the loan. Having good credit is a great start. Perhaps starting with a condo is a good way to get you into the market. You also might be a good candidate for a rent with option if you have any savings.Answered: Jun 1, 2011There is no way of knowing how far along in the process the lender is on foreclosing on your landlord. Find a place as soon as you can. Since you dont know how long this has been going on, they could be foreclosing next week or a year from now. Its best to protect yourself and your belongings and find something else asap.Answered: Apr 23, 2011In answer to: If the mortgage is 300 what is the total house price?Your question isnt clear. Maybe you can ask it a different way?Answered: Feb 24, 2011The tax year is 2011, the HOA fee is $410 per month and it includes heat, hotwater, water and sewer. I'm not sure what you mean by closing documents, do you have a question about one in particular? This unit is very easy to show, if you would like to take a look, just give me a call or send an email. I would be happy to show you.
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