7112 Swinnea Ridge South, Southaven, MS 38671
3 Beds | 2.50 Baths | 1843 SqFt
Three bedroom, two and a half bath home in sought after Swinnea Ridge! Original owners live in this home and has been very well maintained! Features an oversized garage and a screened in porch. Kitchen has new counter tops, double oven/range and a Fisher and Paykel double drawer dishwasher. Windows and front door have solar shades to lower your utilities and your lawn care is included in the HOA fees! Schedule your appointment today!Property Details
2205 Goodman Road, Horn Lake, MS 38637
0 Beds | 0.00 Baths | 0 SqFt
This property has two lots zoned commercial C-3. One lot is located at 2205 Goodman Road and other lot is adjacent at 6931 Wallace Lane. High traffic count area. There is a house on each property but being sold as is at no value. Would make a great location for an attorneys office or insurance office!Property Details
995 Cedar Grove Pkwy, Hernando, MS 38632
5 Beds | 4.00 Baths | 3660 SqFt
Gorgeous custom home with a hot tub and inground saltwater pool in sought after Lakes of Cedar Grove! This plan has the master bedroom and two additional bedrooms downstairs. Upstairs, you will find a large additional bedroom, a bonus room, bathroom, an office or craft room. There is space to entertain with a formal dining room and large eat in kitchen area. The great room has French doors that open to the sunroom so you can have an abundance of natural light. Outside, your patio is covered with a large wooden pergola that overlooks the hot tub and pool area. This home is full of custom features throughout. Don't miss your opportunity to own this piece of paradise!Property Details
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Ready to find your new home? Before you begin the process, gather your list of questions to ask…including these three important questions! When you’re looking for a new home, keep in mind that no home is perfect. Before you begin the process, make a list of your ‘must haves’ and then create a list of questions to ask your real estate agent. Here are three questions you should include on your list: 1. What is the sales history of the house? If a home you are looking at has struggled to sell in the past, that’s a red flag you will want to discuss with your agent. She will be able to inform you about why it’s had problems and counsel you on whether or not it’s a risk you want to take, if you try and sell the home yourself, in the future. Your realtor could guide you towards being able to snap it up at a bargain price if the issue wasn’t with the home but with the economy in the past, for example. 2. Which contingencies make sense and which can you skip when placing your offer? Your real estate agent knows the house, the area, and your legal rights, so ask her for guidance in this area. She will make sure you are properly protected when making your offer. 3. Can you tell me what’s going on in the neighborhood and the surrounding community? Your agent knows the market and the area, so ask her for information on demographics, crime rates, housing trends, and schools. Ready to Buy a New Home? When you’re ready to buy a new home, contact your real estate agent first. She will be able to guide you through the entire process, answer all your questions, and find the home that’s perfect for you and your family! Ready to start the home buying process? Contact me and to schedule a meeting!
Here are five questions every homebuyer should ask their realtor during the home purchase process. When you’re ready to purchase a home, whether it’s your first time or you’re a homebuying veteran, there are questions you should review with your realtor before purchase. 1. What is the Sales History of the House? If a home has been a struggle to sell in the past, you might be able to use that to your advantage and get the home at a lower, bargain price. 2. Are there any contingencies we should ask for or should we skip certain ones altogether with our offer? In certain markets, especially thriving markets, having too many contingencies could turn off sellers or make the more adverse to accepting your offer. Since you don’t want to overexpose yourself to risks, rely on the guidance of your DeSoto County Realtor to guide you through this decision. 3. Are there any homeowner’s association assessments and what are the required fees and rules of the association? As homeowner dues for HOA will be figured into your budget, you’ll want to check to see if they will be going up anytime soon. Plus, you should find out what the HOA rules and requirements are before putting in an offer to ensure they are factors you can adhere to. 4. What’s going on in the neighborhood and local area? Your real estate agent will be able to share stats, trends, and news about the area. She can tell you if housing prices are dropping or if the local economy is picking up. Both of these factors, for example, can impact your asking price should you want to sell your home in the future. 5. Would your agent if she would buy this house? If your agent wouldn’t buy the house, then that’s a sign that something might be off — so ask for clarification as to why not. DeSoto County Real Estate Agent Your real estate agent will know the neighborhood and home better than you, so take full advantage of her knowledge and her expertise guide you through the entire process. If you’re ready to start the home buying process, contact me today and let me guide you through every step.
If you’re selling your home you might be wondering about the most common repairs sellers are asked to address after a home inspection. While not all repairs are equal and not all will be ‘required’, a prospective home buyer might make any or all of them contingent on the purchase of the house. In the simplest of terms, post inspection home repairs fall into three categories: repairs that must be done, ones that typically aren’t required and can be skipped, and ones that are up for debate because they don’t ‘have’ to be done, but they will make the house more buyable to a prospective home buyer Repairs that Must be Done Due to the overall severity, there are post home inspection repairs that are typically required by lenders before they will release funds to finance a buyer’s home purchase. Typically these address structural defects, building code violations, or safety issues. If you have repairs that belong to this category, get bids from at least 3-4 contractors and then, either have the repairs handled or offer the buyer’s a repair credit, based on the bids and if the lender will approve, in order to keep the transaction process moving quickly. While many lenders won’t go for this, others will if it won’t put the buyers in danger. Home Repairs that are Skippable Cosmetic issues and normal wear and tear usually don’t have to be fixed. As most contracts will only require items that impact structural defects or building code violations (those belonging in the first category we mentioned), those in this category are ones that home buyers can request, but that most contracts will explicitly state are not requirements the seller has to address. To be sure, consult with your realtor regarding your local ordinances and discuss the pros and cons of fixing or refusing to fix items that fall into this category. Negotiable Home Repair Issues The third category is truly a gray area as it leaves it totally up for debate between the seller and buyer as to how these items will be addressed. Items in this group can be ignored, offset by a buyer credit, or addressed by the seller. How you and your realtor decide to handle these repairs will depend, in part, on the market you’re in. If you’re in a hot seller’s market, you have more power to call the shots. However, in a normal market, you won’t be able to draw such a hard and fast line. Work with your real estate agent to understand what items you should tackle and where you might want to push back. Ready to Sell Your Home? Are you ready to sell your home? Contact me today and let’s get your home ready and on the market!
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