How To Create The Best Real Estate Listings

When someone is trying to find a new home, they may look up real estate listings. These listings may hold information that is crucial to picking out the right place to view. Some people will look through pages of listings and make a short list of homes there would like to view in person. Find out what makes a good listing and how to sort them out.

One of the first things that a person will look for when hunting for a home, is the location. They may type in a city and a certain area that may be important to them. If nothing really pops up, then the person could change cities or broaden their search.

Pictures of some listings are important to help lure people to it. Many people will scroll down the list of homes in the area and may stop only at the ones that are appealing. This photo is important in capturing the essence in the rest of the ad. If someone is taking a picture of their house or condo, they should pick the best picture from the outside and use that for the main cover.

On the inside of a listing, there will need to be lots of important information disclosed to the buyers. This information could include the size of a home along with measurements in each room. Number of bedrooms is important as well as the number of washrooms present on each floor. Some people will type in specific items about their needs in order to refine the search.

Main features will be highlighted in a section about the listing. This information may include some top features in the home. Things like AC, central vacuum and a fenced backyard could be ideal choices for someone who is looking. Some people want to know if the basement is finished and what aspects of the listing are new.

If there are any new features or work that has been done, a listing is the place to highlight it. New flooring, a new roof, windows and furnace could be of importance to a buyer. Someone searching through many listings and advertised homes may find that just a few have some of the things they are looking for.

Pictures taken in the rest of a home, can help to take people inside the home for a quick glance. Homeowners may snap photos of all the best qualities of any inside and outside highlighted spots. These images can help to create an image of a listing that some viewers will want to see. If there is something outside that looks special in the home, that shot could be taken and posted on a listing. A great deck, pool area, or garden could be an image used to post in a listing.

When real estate listings are used to help people find homes, they can help to narrow down a search. Buyers can use sites that help them key in on specific locations, sizes and features. Pictures and additional information can prove to be important when hunting for a new place to live.

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New Beginnings – Buying A Home

Buying a home often represents a new beginning, whether you are moving to a different area of town or moving to a new city or state.

There are many steps involved in buying a home, and the process can seem overwhelming. Whether you are a first-time home buyer or have bought and sold many times; the process is complicated and ever changing.

The first step is choosing a realtor. Not all real estate practitioners are REALTORS®; the term REALTOR® is a registered trademark that identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics. They can assist you by guiding you through the process; providing objective information for you, helping you find the best property, translating real estate lingo into terms you can understand; and they will act as your agent throughout the process.

When interviewing agents to assist you with your home purchase, make sure you understand how they will be representing you. Are they working for the seller? Are they dual-agents, or do they work as a buyer’s agent? You’ll want to make sure they are representing you, and only you.

The next step is to have a conversation with a mortgage professional. Working with a reputable mortgage broker is essential to a hassle free closing. It is the mortgage professional’s responsibility to provide financing for your new home.

Schedule an appointment early in your house hunting process. Your broker will work with you to identify any credit issues that need to be addressed prior to closing on your new home. Based upon the information presented to them, they will also let you know how much of a loan you qualify for. This information is vital to you and your Realtor when shopping for a home.

Your first appointment with your broker will entail providing financial and historical information for the Loan Application. This information will include but is not limited to the following:

– 2 Year Employment History

– If you plan to use a VA Loan your Certification of Eligibility

– If you plan to use a VA Loan and are relocating your Orders

– 2 Year Rental or Mortgage History

– Vital Statistics for you and your spouse (Birthdate, Social, Kids, Assets, Liabilities, etc)

– Last 2 Years W-2s

– Last 2 Pay Stubs

– Last 2 Bank Statements

– Last 2 Quarterly Retirements Account Statements

Your broker will pull a tri-merged credit report to review your credit history. This report shows everything reporting to each credit bureau (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion). Not all creditors report to all three bureaus so your scores may vary. The lender will use your mid-score when evaluating which loan programs you qualify for.

Should your credit report show derogatory information reporting, your Broker can assist you with credit repair options to improve your credit worthiness.

The only liabilities that will be counted in your Debt-to-Income Ratio will be those that report to the credit bureaus. So, regular household bills like utilities, auto insurance, cable do you factor into the mix. If you do not have a minimum of three trade lines reporting, some financing programs allow you to use standard monthly bills in lieu of revolving trade lines like credit cards.

Once all of this information is obtained, your Broker will be able to calculate the amount of loan you qualify for. Many factors are considered when qualifying you for a loan:

– Gross Income

– Liabilities

– Interest Rate

– Loan Type

– Payment

The standard Debt-to-Income Ratio should fall between 40-45%. When discussing your financing options, it is important to know where you would like to keep your PITI payment. You may qualify for more then you feel comfortable paying each month.

Once this number has been determined, and all documentation has been provided, your Broker can shop your loan with many lenders and qualify you for the loan program that will suit your unique circumstances.

At this point, your Broker will put together a Good Faith Estimate. This document will show you estimated costs involved with closing your loan. If you are using a VA Loan there is a funding fee that is built into the financing. It will also estimate your monthly payment based on current interest rates for the loan program you are qualifying for.

Now that you know how much you qualify for and the payment you feel comfortable with you can shop for a house within your budget.

Your Broker will advise you not to make any new credit purchases or apply for new credit until your loan closes as this will affect your credit score and Debt-to-Income Ratio.

Once you have your initial meeting with a mortgage professional, you should decide where you want to live. If you are getting ready to move to a new area, use the internet as a starting point. Research schools, demographics, crime statistics; research any and everything that is important to you. A sampling of some web sites to get you started:

Scorecard http://www.scorecard.org generates a pollution report card at the county level, giving information on such topics as air and water quality.

School Matters – shows academy performance http://www.schoolmatters.com

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s http://www.epa.gov/epahome/commsearch.htm Has a tool that allows visitors to search a community by ZIP code for environmental facts about the area, including pollution statistics, the location of hazardous-waste sites and information about the area’s watershed.

Zip Skinny http://www.zipskinny.com Enter your zip code to see U.S. Census data and comparison with other zip code

If you need assistance finding this information, a Realtor can provide this information for you or tell you where you can find it. Also, most Realtors have comprehensive relocation packages they can customize and send or email it to you.

After you narrow down the vicinity you want to live in, you’ll want to drive around and see if you still like the area. No matter how much research you do on the internet, nothing takes the place of seeing a neighborhood in person. Pay attention to the upkeep of the neighborhood and look at the surrounding traffic. Does it have the components you are looking for? Is it close to shopping, close to work, close to schools? Does it consist of families, or singles, or working couples? Does it seem safe? Are the homes tidy and well-maintained? Are the streets quiet?

Once you decide on the area, then you can start looking at potential homes. Remember, first focus on the location of the house. From there, focus on the floor plan; whether it is a ranch, bi-level, 2-story, etc. The two things you can’t change in a house are the location and the floor plan; almost everything else can be modified. Different floor plans suit different needs; you may want a ranch with no steps, you may want a bi-level and the kids to have their bedrooms in the basement; you may want a two-story with the bedrooms on the 2nd story and for the main level to be the living area.

In- person property searches can take an afternoon or months, some people like the first house they see, and others see 75 before they find the perfect house. As you walk through a potential house the first time, see if you can imagine yourself living in it, will it fit your lifestyle and all of the things that are important to you. As you leave the house, decide on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest rating, where it fits within the range. If it is a 2, discard the info on the house. If it’s a 7 or 8, put it in a “keep pile”. If you spend a couple of days looking, you should be able to narrow it down to your top 3 or 4. You’ll want to look at your top houses again, this time with a more critical eye. Is there anything you missed the first time? Do you still like it? Drive the neighborhood during different times of the day and on different days of the week. Make sure you like the neighborhood, ask questions of the neighbors. Most people are very eager to tell you about the area and why they do or do not like living there. Remember, location, location, location. Ideally you want to buy in an established neighborhood; and you don’t want to fall in love with the most expensive house on the block. You always need to think about resale. If all of the other houses are 3 bedrooms, and the one you love only has one bedroom which is all you need; you may want to think twice about it. Are you going to be able to resell it?

Then, after you have decided you have found your perfect dream house, have your Realtor do a comparative market analysis, CMA, for you. The purpose of this research is to see what comparable houses have been selling for in the same area during the last several months. No matter how much you love it, you want to know if it is priced fairly. If it is overpriced or under-priced, either way you’ll want to know. Remember, the more informed you are the better. The CMA will provide information that can help you decide on your beginning offer price.

The next step is to have your Realtor write an offer with the terms and price you want to offer. Before writing the offer, you’ll want to discuss the purchase price, earnest money, what’s included with the property, closing date, and all types of other pertinent details with your agent. All of these details should be included in the offer. Once the offer is written and you have signed it and written an earnest money check, the Realtor presents the offer along with your prequalification letter to the listing agent who is representing the seller or in some areas it is customary for your agent to present it directly to the listing agent and the sellers at the same time The response to your offer can have several different outcomes; (1) no response from the seller (2) acceptance by the seller with no changes to the offer (3) a counteroffer from the seller which can including anything from the price, to the closing date, to the inspection dates, to the earnest money. Anything in the offer can be subject to a counter. The response from the seller will determine your next move. Ultimately, you and the seller want to come to a joint agreement on all facets of the offer and this will be signed by both parties and detailed out in the counteroffer. In today’s market conditions, many buyers are asking sellers to pay for their closing costs, as well as a home warranty. As a buyer, make sure you thoroughly understand the offer and all of its components. Once it is signed by both the buyer and the seller, it becomes a binding legal contract enforceable by law. In many states, Realtors are required to use state approved legal contracts and forms, and you can get always have a lawyer review the contract.

Once the contract becomes accepted, then you and realtor really start to work. The title commitment (or abstract) is ordered and you, your Realtor and your lender will receive a copy of it. Your agent will help you read through it to make sure you understand the requirements and exceptions that come with the property. This is a very important step, as the title company will be issuing an insurance policy guaranteeing that you have clear title to the property.

Once you have an accepted contract, your Broker will update your application per the contract and submit your file to the lender’s underwriter. Depending on how long it took to find your house, the lender may require you resign the loan documents. The underwriter will review all of the documentation and verifications provided by your broker. Depending on your personal situation the underwriter may ask for additional information or clarification regarding your credit history. This is called a CONDITIONAL LOAN APPROVAL. This means, as long as you can provide the additional documentation, the underwriter will approve your loan.

The most common items on a conditional loan approval list are:

– Letter of explanation on credit history

– Pay off old credit accounts or proof they were paid

– Provide proof of home owners insurance

– Update the title insurance with the lender’s information

– Provide updated pay stubs and bank statements

– Appraisal of the property

– Lock the interest rate

One of the most important steps in the process is to lock in your interest rate. Each lender has their own set of requirements for locking a loan. The rate you were quoted on your Good Faith Estimate is only an estimate based on market conditions at the time of your prequalification. Locking your rate will be a decision you and your Broker will make together prior to closing your loan. Rates are currently at a 28 month low, however rates are subject to change daily, and often times multiple times a day.

From the time your Loan Application is submitted to underwriting until closing can take appx. 21 days. Timing is often times dictated by the time of month you plan to close, how long it takes to gather the Loan Conditions, and the closing date on your contract.

While your loan is going through underwriting, you and your Realtor will get the inspections scheduled. General inspection, structural inspection, termites, radon are just a few of the inspections that can be scheduled and these vary from area to area of the country. As an example, In the Rocky Mountain area you may want to have a structural inspection because of the expansive soil and underground mines; in the Midwest you may have to have an inspection for termites. Your Realtor can suggest the appropriate ones for your area. Remember, this is one of the most expensive purchases of your life, you want to know the condition of the property you are buying. Safety concerns and other major ticket items that come up during the inspection can result in a laundry list of items that a buyer may ask to have repaired or replaced. The seller doesn’t have to agree to fix anything, but it doesn’t hurt to ask. If a contract is going to fall apart, it is usually because the seller and buyer can’t come to terms on inspection items, or it is due to the buyer not being able to qualify for a loan.

If your financing gets secured, if the property appraises correctly, if you come to terms on the inspection(s), if the title (or abstract) looks O.K., and if you get your home insurance secured, then chances are you will close on the property and the property ownership will get transferred to you.

One last thing that should be done before closing, is to conduct a final walk-through of the property. This isn’t a chance for another inspection, but the buyer should make sure that nothing has changed in the property from their last walk-through and the buyer will want to confirm that any personal property negotiated as part of the contract is still there. As an example, if the offer included the refrigerator and washer and dryer; these items should still be in the property during the walk-through. If the property had storm windows on all of the windows, then they should be there during the walk-through.

When a successful closing occurs, it’s the result of a team effort between you, your realtor, your lender, the seller, and the seller’s lender. It’s a perfect way to start a new beginning.

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Source by Kathy Torline

Before You Buy, Your First Home

Real estate is one of our oldest industries, because as long, as someone owns, something of value, there will be conditions, at some point, or another, which bring him, to consider selling it! Every individual, who buys any house, at some point must proceed, to purchase his first home, and doing so, for the first time, has certain specific challenges, and obstacles, involved, as compared to when, someone buys their second, third, etc. With that in mind, this article will attempt to briefly, consider, examine, review, and discuss, some smart considerations, when one is ready, to purchase his first home, of his own.

1. Why are you buying, versus renting, etc?: Begin with an introspective, objective, review, of why, you want to own a home, rather than continue, your present living arrangements. How has your life experiences, and/ or expectations, led you, to this decision? Have you considered the responsibilities, and obligations of owning, in terms of financial, maintenance/ repair/ renovations, and how, you might feel about doing so? How will owning, better serve your needs, and expectations, etc, than renting, etc?

2. Financial considerations/ preparation: Are you prepared for owning a home, of your own? Have you looked, at your finances, and consulted, a mortgage professional, to consider your qualifications, and ability to obtain the loan, most need, and require? In terms of finances, you must closely consider, and examine, if you have the funds, for the down – payment, as well as all the needed reserves, etc. Some of the reserves, must include: Reserve fund, for contingencies, in case you have some change in work status (recommend 6 – 9 months reserves); funds for immediate repairs, renovations, upgrades, including painting, flooring, etc; appliance reserve (for upgrading/ replacing appliances, such as refrigerators, dishwashers. freezers, cooking appliance, etc; future renovations; future repairs; upgrades; and major needs, etc. Homeowners, who prepare for contingencies, discover, owning is far more relaxing, and less stressful, than those who fail to be ready!

3. Know your needs: Smart buyers know, and fully consider, their needs, now, and into the future! Are you buying this house, for the longer – term, or focusing on it, as a starter – home? If it’s the latter, then, it might be simpler, to consider, because there are fewer variables! Those looking, longer – term, must evaluate, whether they might be well – served, and whether there is a potential, for adapting the specific house, on this property, for future needs!

4. Location: It’s possible to change many things about a specific house, and property, but, you can’t change its location! Before buying, walk around the neighborhood, and area, see if it meets your needs, and priorities, in terms of schools, conveniences, shopping, transportation, safety, etc.

These are just, four, of the considerations, before purchasing your first house. Those who consider things, thoroughly, consistently, are happier, and better served, with home ownership!

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How to Buy Real Estate Below Market Value

It patently requires time, work and ability to get an incredible deal for land. Obviously getting profitable deal is one of the tasks of entire business. But here we will let you know how to make a profit on purchasing a property. Doing this obviously requires research, skilled transaction and complete dedication – still if one follows the given underneath techniques you can yield stunning achievement.

To be effective in Real Estate you need to know how to purchase land below the market value, and purchase properties that bode well. For this we will first let you know why individuals offer property below market value, what its real market worth is and afterward how you can purchase land below market value.

Why do individuals offer property below market value?

Nobody wishes to offer their property less than its value. If one is doing so then undoubtedly there must be some reason for that. In majority of the cases reason is time pressure. Choices can frequently be irrational and emotional in these circumstances. For Example:

– Facing budgetary issues.

– To share funds with legatee.

– Facing Foreclosure Problems

– Personal issues.

– Interested in another property.

– Migrating because of work issues.

Whenever you discover a dealer who is keen on Short Sale, it’s nothing less than a golden opportunity for you to confer the deal with the cost and contract terms in your favor.

In such cases, never be reluctant to make inquiries like: “What is the reason of sale?”; “For how long has the property been available in market?”; Knowing these details will give you a clear idea of how much room is there for negotiation due to which your deal will turn out to be simple.

What is its real market worth?

Market worth is the original cost at which a specific property will be sold in its present condition. The cost is determined by the business sector or at times it also relies on the interaction of a purchaser and dealer. Remember that it is not settled like the cost of an item at a retail shop. This makes land bargains at an exceptionally productive open door. There is only one way of finding the definite business sector estimation of a property if you are not an agent and that is by observing practically identical deals. You have to discover recent offers of comparative properties in surrounding areas for this. It is the most accurate way to do this on your own. Likewise the least demanding way to know the market value for this is to go for such service suppliers. They will take complete liability to provide you a beneficial deal.

Remember that if you are looking at a property that necessitates repairs then you need to get it in even lower cost else you aren’t purchasing underneath real market worth.

Approaches to purchase real estate below market value:

To purchase real estate most importantly get this clear that there are short sales below market value, there are Fair market deals, auctioned property and the off market properties that can be sold below market value. With a specific end goal to use benefits of purchasing real estate less than its market value, go for these properties.

Short Sales are a phenomenal hotspot for financial specialists. Short sales are possessed by private vender; however the vender has a commitment to pay the bank more than for the amount they are attempting to offer the home. With a specific end goal to sell the home, the bank needs to take consent to take less cash than they are owed. Truly, short sales take up to 6 months or even a year to close since sellers here don’t effectively hop onto a conclusion. They take their requisite time to settle on choice.

Fair market deals are homes claimed by a private vender who have reasonable play in the home selling decisions. They can offer it without including the bank in the basic leadership. It is harder to discover fair market deals in light of the fact that the merchant is generally not in a gigantic hurry to offer their home underneath market value. There are fewer situations where you can find a great deal on a fair market sale.

Numerous service providers go for a property that is never listed for sale since they expect that it might cost them not exactly genuine market worth and they could easily gain the benefit. These are off market properties, since they are not available to be purchased. It requires cash and investment to have the capacity to buy these sorts of speculation properties.

At the point when a property is dispossessed by a seller, so it’s obligatory for him to attempt and reclaim its misfortunes before promptly assuming responsibility of the property. That property is termed as auctioned property. This is the reason numerous homes are unloaded at the courthouse steps. So you should simply, determine when your local courthouse holds its auctions and grapple the most profitable deal from it as soon as possible.

In addition never let go the deals in which such terms are being used by the vender:

#Desperate Merchant

#Divorce

#Decreased Estate

#Distressed Property

#Induced Seller

Generally speaking, to figure out how to purchase real estate underneath market value all you need to do is a lot of work and sparing time in research, hence after adapting these techniques your deal can be extremely profitable.

Keep in mind the old expression, ‘you profit when you purchase, you get paid when you offer’. If you are having any trouble finding a great deal on a house, check out our site http://www.stopforeclosure.co.

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Why A Waterfront House For Sale Is A Good Investment

Waterfront property is immune to most market trends, and for good reason. Splendid summers can be spent on a lake or river, promising family bonding time and decreased stress. Full-year houses and cabins are becoming more frequent. They can also be converted into permanent residencies that promote privacy and communing with nature. A waterfront house for sale is rarely on the market for long and should be pounced on by interested buyers.

Privacy

Privacy is an increasingly valuable commodity. With lakefront property, real privacy is obtainable. The distance between homes and dense foliage dampens sound, leaving the owner to appreciate their thoughts and conversations with friends and family. With limited space for development, no houses will pop up between the property and water’s edge, resulting in a clear view of the water. A waterfront house for sale will also likely feature a private dock, or at the very least, an intimate, walk-up access to the shoreline.

Fun Water Activities

Water activities are a great way to bond with families and friends. The water presents a wide range of options for fun, such as fishing, skiing, swimming, and boating, among others. Many of these activities cannot be replicated on land and give a thrill of being unique. Even simple activities like reading a favorite book while drinking a cup of coffee are suddenly mystical when paired with a lake sunset.

Limited Supply

Substantial property directly on a body of water is rare and priced accordingly. They retain their value, especially compared to fluctuations of city housing, and can be sold at almost any time if need be. When not in use, renting cabins can provide large profits. Owning a waterfront property requires some amount of upkeep. However, a house for sale in an area that is desirable can be a great family experience, as well as a smart investment.

Closeness to nature

While this depends on the area, lakes and rivers are a natural habitat for a plethora of wildlife. You can watch birds from the dock, fish for sport or food, catch the occasional appearance of deer or owls, and experience an intimate moment with nature that a city cannot duplicate. Of course, having a fully operational house means that nature can be enjoyed on the individual’s terms, which is especially important in humid climates and at night.

Health Benefits

Many studies have shown that spending time close to water has immediate health benefits. For those who have spent time around or on water, this should come as no surprise. Spending time on the lake creates a serene atmosphere that reduces stress. For those who are used to living in a city, the clean air and decrease in noise and light pollution will be a welcome change.

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Spot the Fraud Real Estate Agent

Dubious real estate agents are mushrooming all over the country and tarnishing the image of real estate professionals who operate with honesty. Instead of calling them all crooked, one needs to identify the genuine, verified players. The task becomes easier if you identify the fraudulent property agents and their scheming ways.

Take undue advantage over the client,decamp with his deposit money,furnish incorrect facts or omit the truth to swing the decision-making process. Manipulate prices to derive excessive profit. A fraudulent agent is prone to indulge in all these.

As clients tend to blindly trust the words of the agent, they never cross-check. When the unfortunate incident occurs, they begin to regret. Watch out for the common symptoms that raise suspicion regarding agents trying to dupe clients.

Fake documents, double mortgage chances, a general power of attorney used to sell to different persons, government land, encroachments, and dubious agreements, are some common ways of cheating clients. Verify each and every aspect and take an informed decision.

Persuasive pitch

Brokers depend on persuasion. They cite an increase in the value of other properties in the locality to create a fear of price rise. They want you to panic and take a quick decision. If your real estate agent adopts this strategy, you have a valid reason to suspect his motive.

If the agent prefers upcoming projects, remember it is mere speculation. Maybe the builder has not even registered the land where he is supposed to construct.

You can get an estimate of prices from property portals and newspaper listings. Contact multiple top-rated brokers or approach a person who has recently purchased a similar property in the locality and seek valuable information before you believe the agent.

Quality check

Real estate agents never disclose the quality of construction. Two similar properties in a locality are in the same price range but one project offers better construction quality and amenities. Visit the site to check the tall claims made by the property agent. Consider yourself lucky that the fraud real estate agent has been exposed at the right time if you find he has hyped it for you.

Distance sale

The dependence on the property agent is higher when buyers and sellers live in different geographic locations and they rely on the intermediary. Deals are closed on the basis of what the agent insists, as the parties do not get to meet in person. It is better to insist on meeting the other party before finalising the deal. If the agent wants to close the deal without the buyer and the seller getting to know each other, something is fishy in the case.

Transparent fees

Real estate agents get a commission based on the value of the deal. You should ask the fee the agent is getting from the other party. If you do not get a clear answer, take it as a warning signal. If he tries to avoid this query, you should become alert. A real estate agent should have no hesitation to answer this clearly as it generates mutual trust. When he knows the real value of the deal, he should reveal the commission he is getting from it.

Online ads

Real estate websites carry misleading listings by agents. Agents often use wrong photos, false specifications, and low prices to grab attention and generate leads. When buyers contact the agent, they are informed that the listed property is unavailable and they can choose from other properties.

Key information

In case your real estate agent is not making full disclosures or not quoting the best price, it is safer to get rid of him. There should be no nasty surprises reserved for the final stage.

Brokers are indispensable in the real estate sector. But you have to be on your guard all the time. He should give a realistic assessment of the market using best professional judgment and ensure that the clients do not suffer any loss on account of their neglect.

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Source by Sanjiv Roy

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