We complete the story where the MLS data sheets stop...

The MLS data sheets are great at helping sort through the hundreds of listings available. Once you've targeted in on a piece of property, what else do you need to know?  We will get you the information NOT in the MLS!

Here is part of the list of what you need to know:

What is the county's assessed value?

What is the current property tax?

What inspections are needed?

Are there current or pending liens or assessments?

What is the financial condition of the association?

If it is a short sale what is the estimated time to close?

If it is a foreclosure when does the one year right of redemption expire?

What price did the bank pay for the property on the courthouse steps?  This is call the "Bid" price.

How long has it been on the market?

Have there been any price changes since listed?

What are comparable nearby properties?

What has sold and what was the spread between list and the sold price?

What is the rental history of the property?

Who is the rental company?

What does it take to bring the condo up to speed in rental income?

What binding agreements are there between the current rental company and a new owner?

What concessions will the seller make to get the property sold?