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The going fee isi whatever the property manager and the property owner agree to just the same as commission. It's not fixed. All of the rest of the questions you asked are addressed in the property management contract.
If you are working with a mortgage broker they should be able to guide you. If you are working directly with your bank or credit union - you should get the advice of a good mortgage broker who will guide you in this scenario.... Truthfully there will not be many good answers .
Only a REALTOR can give you exact price sold. All other websites show prices in price range such as sold for $150,000 to $160,000
Should mean that option period is over and that seller wishes the home to remain easily available for back up offers.
Builder needs the ready home to use to show buyers what it looks like finished.... Builders rarely have multiple models these days. And or this could be a premium lot. And or it had more in it ( upgraded) than you know about.
You cannot find a comparative market analysis - you can however consult with a REALTOR? who can then in turn provide you with a comparative market analysis.
Regardless if the home is new or used there are basically (4) kinds of money needed to buy. (1) the upfront money such as earnest money, option money, inspection money. Earnest money and option money is whatever the buyer and seller agree to. (2) Next there is the down payment money paid at closing. (3) Closing costs related to mortgage which will vary depending on the lender, type of loan, your credit and number of years financed. These funds are paid at closing. Also related to the mortgage is property insurance and property taxes. If you decide not to have an escrow account (you can only decide this if you put down a minimum of 20% of the sales price) If you put down less than 20% approximately 3 months of property insurance and property taxes will be collected at closing. (4) closing costs as they relate to the title company. The title company is going to issue you a clear title policy guaranteeing no one has a legal right to this property other than you the borrower/buyer and the lender. They have many fee's such as tax certificates, recording fee's, etc. A good lender and a good REALTOR? can calcuate within $100.00 of what these fee's will be.
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