www.mainstreetnotes.net Main Street Associates, Inc. is a real estate investment firm specializing in the acquisition, management and liquidation of defaulted mortgages and trust deeds as well as distressed real estate. The company facilitates the purchase of non-perfoming mortgage notes at discounted prices. In addition, the company provides management for its own loan portfolio as well as its partnership portfolios. Main Street Associates has created an opportunity for the individual private investor to enjoy the high yields that the secondary market provides as well as the purchase and sale of distressed real estate.
USDA NO DOWN FINANCING AVAILABLE!!!TOTALLY UPGRADED AND REMODELED 1600 PLUS SQUARE FOOT HOME WITH 4 FULL BEDROOMS. NEW PAINT INSIDE & OUT, CEILING FANS IN ALL ROOMS & NO POPCORN CEILINGS. THE KITCHEN HAS BEEN TOTALLY REMODELED WITH NEW KITCHEN CABINETS, SINK LIGHTS, EVERYTHING. TILE COUNTER TOPS WITH BLACK SINK. THERE IS A NEW STOVE MICROWAVE AND SIDE BY SIDE REFRIGERATOR THE BATHROOMS ARE TOTALLY REDONE WITH TILE SURROUNDS AND NEW SINKS AND CABINETS. ALL NEW 6 PANEL DOORS, ALL NEW 18 X 18 TILE AND CARPET FLOORING. THIS HOUSE IS JUST LIKE NEW AND IS ON A 13000 SQUARE FOOT LOT WITH NO HOA. THIS IS COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST. THIS HOME IS WELL WORTH YOUR TIME TO TAKE A LOOK AT! USDA financing with no money down and available closing cost contribution. NO BETTER deal out there!!! For more information, please contact: Jose Dias, REALTOR (623) 418-5700 Jose@MyFirstHouseAZ.com Realty One Scottsdale
SPECIAL NO QUAL FINANCING. Live for free…almost. This is a truly unique property. In front is a beautifully remodeled 4 bedroom home with large master suite. In back is a charming one bedroom home complete with its own bath and kitchen. Rent the back house for -600/mo and live for free in the front house. This deal is a ”NO BRAINER”. Both homes have new everything. Big open floor plan. Gourmet Kitchen with granite countertops. New Appliances. New tile, New Bathrooms, New Stucco New paint inside and out, Newer AC, New landscaping on automatic irrigation system. Actual square footage is larger than indicated. This one is definately pride of ownership. There is noting to do here but move in and enjoy!!! For more information, please contact: Jose Dias, REALTOR (623) 418-5700 Jose@MyFirstHouseAZ.com Realty One Scottsdale
I have heard you can do this- and would like to forego the realtor- go directly to a bank. I know they own their foreclosures- obviously- so this has got to be a possibility.
Any feedback helps. Thank you
I have been looking around in real estate books,online listings ect. to find rent to own homes under ,000 and have seen TONS of homes like what I am looking for.I don’t know if I am supposed to contact the realtor about the possibility of the home being a rent 2 own or if I need to contact the actual homeowner or bank….wow…could someone plz give me some pointers.
A realtor told me that the landlord/seller is in violation by selling the house to me as a lease option while still holding a mortgage on the property. I also found out that the county assessor considers this property owner occupied – meaning by him – when I am the one actually living there. Is our agreement legal or is he in violation?
If this causes him to "toss me out" as you said, then I’d better be getting my option money back. I’m not the one violating anything.
I’m a realtor, and I’m used to getting paid my commission at the closing table, when all the funds are being moved around. But I’ve got a client who’s desperate to sell, and they want to tap into the market of "unfinanceables" who are looking for a land contract or lease purchase deal. I know that would bring offers from would-be buyers, but since theres no six-figure payoff going on at closing, demanding my 5% is pretty uncomfortable. Hope someone out there has experience. Jane.
we have paid a big down payment we are worried about getting financed is there any way at closing on the house the realtor if he agrees pay off our debt can we get financed we have made all of our payments on time for a year for our home and we put down 10% but our credit will be the only thing holding us back.
I am currently renting and interested in buying a home that is in foreclosure and being auctioned off. Are there any government/state websites that are legit that will allow me to see the houses available in my state? Should I use a realtor?
Is it a bad or good time to try and get a mortgage?