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My family has been renting a 3 bdr 1 bathroom home for over 15 years. I don't know how my mother managed to raise 4 boys and a bum *** step father on a $1,600 a month salary. Her rent is $600 a month and it includes a sewer bill, garbage bill, taxes, and something else. Anyway, they have really let the place go and its going to take at least $10,000 to make it look good again. The manager of the home has a price take of $48,000 on it and I assure you that if my family moved out of that house then the price of the home would drop dramatically because of the condition. What's the best way to talk them down on the price because there's no doubt in my mind they will have to invest some money in it. I'm deploying in October and when I get back I'm putting most of that money as a down payment so that I can buy that house. How do I talk him down?
The owner of the property may place any price tag on the house he desire. The appraisal would dictate the eventual sale price of the property. You might consider hiring an appraiser to appraised the property as it stands currently. From your description of the property you might have a difficult time applying for and being approved a mortgage loan on the property in it's current condition. From reading your statement, apparently you are in the military. If you are active duty then you would be able to purchase the property using your Veteran housing benefits. Using your pennsylvania housing benefits you would be able to purchase the house with no money down on your part. You would be required to pay the prorated taxes and annual insurance on the property, at the closing of the dales transaction. This would be approximately $600.00-$800.00 out of pocket. In order to be approved to purchase a house using your pennsylvania housing benefits the property must be livable with extremely small repairs needed. The pennsylvania will not allow major repairs to the property being financed by a pennsylvania backed mortgage. If you are not on active duty, there are some circumstances that you would still be eligible for a pennsylvania backed mortgage based on the number of points you have accumulated and number of months of active duty. You might also consider obtaining a FHA mortgage loan. Under certain conditions applying for a FHA mortgage loan you might have a few repairs that would be taken in consideration and would allow and pay for certain repairs of the property you would purchase. This FHA mortgage program does not allow for wholesale major repairs. Your FHA appraiser would annotate on the appraisal form items that would be in need of repairs as well as the cost of these repairs. The repairs would need to be accomplished by a local licensed contractor. After the repairs have been completed, another or the same appraiser would return to insure the repairs were done according to code and in a workman like quality. From one combat veteran to another veteran, thanks for serving. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
I would try and get an accurate appraisal of the property. If a bank appraiser only values it at $30,000 and the seller insists on 48,000, you will have to coime up with 18,000 down pmt. If you can prove thru an appraisal it's not worth anywhere near $48,000, then you might have some leverage. And I would get a lawyer or someone to represent your side of negotiations.
My current solution would be: find a family relative and ask them to prepare to buy the house. at 40k? then, move into that persons' backyard or into their living room for a mo. Force the seller's hand and then, buy the house from your neighbor for 45k or, ask for a lease option or a land contract at 42k can guide further