home buying: Moneypit? How do I know the home I'm buying is in good condition? - 04/03/18 10:28 AM
uyers purchasing a home have the right to an inspection period, negotiated with the initial offer to purchase.  The purchase contract typically has an inspection contingency, in Missouri that’s usually 10-14 days after the accepted offer.  During this time, buyers can purchase inspections and use the report provided to negotiate repairs or adjustments to the purchase price.  That is done formally in a document called an Inspection Notification.  Typically, the seller has 10 days after receipt to come to agreement with the buyer, and/or either party can choose to leave the contract.  Both parties have the right to negotiate and your realtor (whether you … (2 comments)

home buying: You CAN buy a home, and cheaper than renting! Easier than you think! - 10/11/17 12:52 PM
Think you need 20% down to buy a home and is that why you’re renting? What if there was a way to get a 3.5% downpayment or even have someone else pay it?  Did you know there are grants that can cover down payments for certain situations? That you can accept a gift to help with downpayment?  In reality, moving into a new home could cost less than moving to a new apartment.  And in St. Louis, Missouri that is certainly true.
Take for example this #STL #SouthCity #Bungalow, listed at $85,900, this 1300sqft home would be very affordable, with a mortgage … (5 comments)

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