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Let me know if you need help with any of following type questions: How to choose a great agent? Why do I need to hire a Realtor? What does "agency representation" mean in Florida? How does a Realtor get paid? What do I need to do to get my house ready for sale? How important is pricing in getting my home sold? What if I'm under water in my current mortgage? How do I go about getting a loan? Please keep in mind that I cannot give legal nor financial advice as I am not licensed for either of these activities. In addition, real estate law changes from state to state; I am licensed in Florida only so that is specifically my area of expertise. If it is a more general real estate question, feel free to ask away!
I have been a full time real estate licensee in the State of Florida since 2000 and received my brokers license in 2005. I have helped 200+ clients and customers buy and/or sell a home, condo, or vacant property since that time. I continue to educate myself in my field taking numerous courses on financing, negotiating, contracts, Fair housing, construction, all in order to become a better professional.
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BA in Social Sciences/Language Arts with Elem. Education certification--Univ of Michigan, 1993 Real Estate licensee in FL -- Oct 2000 to present Graduate, Realtor Institute, Nat'l Assn of Realtors -- 2004 Broker Associate, FL -- 2005 At Home with Diversity designation, Nat'l Assn of Realtors -- 2009
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I would think this could narrow your market of potential buyers....now you’d not only need a buyer that likes and needs your home and values it as you do, but you need a buyer that wants and can afford
Hey Susan, Yes, you should definitely get a pre-approval from 2-3 lenders! If you collect them all within a "reasonable amount of time" (say 30 days or so) credit rating companies say they will count
Good morning, While I'm not sure if it is legal in Texas, I have seen similar circumstances here in Florida. You as the borrower would be on the promissory note with the bank but the title would be
Good afternoon Don, I'm so sorry to hear about this frustrating situation. I can't find any reason why you don't have a copy of the written ratified contract; you should have had that within 24 hours
Hello Susan, I'm so sorry for the situation you find yourself in! Seems to me that the HOA docs should be reviewed to determine the answer to your question. However, I must tell you that you
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