make sure both you and your wife can get a job when you move to the new town and borrowing money is not a problem.Darek – agree with you on the classic saying – sometimes you just have to take a chance. but i think taking some precaution so that the risk is minimized, would be better.
hi Rachel,thanks for sharing your experience. there are people who damage others property without eventing the consequence of it. as far as the three boys and weekend party is concerned, i think you should do something about it before the whole neighbor starts complaining!
Gary,You should keep pushing the agent to refund your deposit. Or you could directly talk to the boss of the agent. As far as raising your offer is concerned, that depends on how much you can afford and whether the property is worth that much or not. you could check out the price of other houses around before you make another bid.Cheers!
michaelandre70 replied to the topic Where to buy Frankston area / Mornington peninsula (VIC) in the forum Help Needed! 13 years ago
Welcome Laurie. hope the members here will be able to answer your query and provide you with the best advice.Good luck on your purchase and wish you have a happy journey here.Cheers!
Good example on the relocation, Scott.Generally tenants stay as long as the lease permit. I think they can also leave early by giving the owner a prior notice. Correct me if i am wrong.
michaelandre70 replied to the topic Newish Units vs Older Units – Any advice appreciated in the forum Help Needed! 13 years ago
I think the newish unit would be better, taking into consideration the maintenance and repair costs.
Have not heard of such thing actually. Assuming that you build the house out of loan, so you need to pay for the repayment, which I assume you will make out from the rent you receive from your sister and same goes for your sister. so why not stay in your own house and make the repayment out of the money that you would have to pay as rent…[Read more]
michaelandre70 replied to the topic how to record mortgage to me on my son’s home purchase which may become rental property later in the forum wonderful and informative 13 years ago
wonderful and informative post. thank you all for contributing and enriching the topic in concern.
I completely agree with traolcoladis. The agents want to make their sale without any complicated matters arising. As far as I know building inspection is necessary before making the purchase, so that you are on a safe side.You could ask other agents whether they allow it, and then tell your agent that others allow it, so why can not she?Good luck…[Read more]
The lady failing to get her retirement fund and putting you in a bad shape. I am sure she did not anticipate it to happen, neither have you. I do agree with you that she should have had an alternative to make your payment.I would agree with the advice by deeplead and Scott.Hope things end up well for you.
Good post. Thanks to DWolfe for sharing the information in details. I agree with you on the note of asking as much question as possible to the draftsman. You should clear all your doubts and have a clear idea about what is going around before proceeding.
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