Метка: дом в америке
- Задача двойная
- Рассказать тем, кто арендует
- Рассказать тем, кто сдает
- На что обращать внимание при аренде
- Вид договора – yearly, month-to-month, week-to-week – чем отличаются?
- Договор аренды – кто составляет, что входит, — читать внимательно, вчитываться в каждое слово, задавать вопросы
- Когда и как предъявляются претензии лендлорду по ремонту, замене?
- Какие права имеет арендатор? Право доступа в помещение
- Арендная плата и сроки уплаты
- Чем русские лендлорды отличаются от американских
- Взгляд из России на Америку – после поездки
- Вопросы от знакомых – правда ли в Америке все дешево? Сколько денег на счету?
- Поведение знакомых – игнорировать, пригласить и отказаться
- Поведение незнакомых – поджать губы, агрессивный выпад, вопросы (почему нас ненавидят американцы? Как американцы относятся к русским? Вопросы про деньги, пенсии, льготы, пособия)
- Сколько стоит прожить в Америке? Отдельное видео сравнение цен
- Вопросы американцев после поездки – мы за тебя переживали, как дети, внуки, когда приедут
- Аэрофлот – ответ и ныне там
FBI report: 11,800 internet real estate scams in 2018
WASHINGTON – May 8, 2019 – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Internet Complaint Center (IC3) released its annual report on internet crimes. It found a total of 351,936 complaints of internet crime were submitted in 2018, resulting in monetary losses exceeding $2.7 billion.
Of those crimes, 11,300 victims were taken in by real estate-related scams, for a total loss of $150 million, according to Inman News. Year-to-year, the number of victims increased by 17 percent (9,645 real estate fraud victims in 2017) and the amount of dollars lost in real estate scams increased by 168 percent ($56 million in 2017). Read More
Почему я ухожу из агентства?
- Риэлторские журналы, которые я получаю
- Переходы риэлторов – это естественный процесс.
- Выбор первого агентства – цели и задачи на первом этапе? Обучение, наработка опыта, коуч, ментор, наставник.
Top day to list a Fla. home? Depends where you live
ORLANDO, Fla. – March 14, 2019 – Realtor.com analyzed listings on its website with an eye toward the best day of the year to put a home on the market. The ideal day? April 1.
That’s close to ideal for Jacksonville – one of four Florida metro areas included in the analysis – but less so for other areas. According to Realtor.com, the best time to list a home in Jacksonville this year is March 31.
The Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford metro area’s high-point for listing a home is less than two weeks later, April 14, 2019, but the peak time to put a house up for sale in Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater doesn’t occur until early summer, June 9, 2019. And the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach doesn’t follow the spring selling season pattern at all. Realtor.com says the top day to list a home in South Florida is Aug. 4, 2019.
«June is often considered the peak of home buying season, but our analysis found the first week of April is best for sellers looking to maximize list price, and also reduce the risk of price cuts and competition from other sellers,» says Danielle Hale, chief economist for realtor.com. «Given the time it takes from listing to close, putting a home on the market in early April positions sellers to attract buyers seeking to close and move before the beginning of school year.»
The analysis is based on trends in median listing prices, views per property on realtor.com, home price drops, median days on market, and number of listings on the market over the last three years.
Why the first week of April?
The market is bustling with buyers, but the number of homes hasn’t peaked yet, according to the analysis. Homes listed the first week of April see 14 percent more views, on average, and 5 percent less competition compared to the rest of the year’s weekly average. As a result, homes are likely to sell 6 days (about 9 percent) faster on average.
Although the typical June listing is 7 percent more expensive than the best week to list, waiting until June could mean a higher likelihood of a price reduction as buyers bow out toward the end of summer.
In addition to more views, homes listed at the beginning of April are approximately 1 percent less likely to take a price cut, on average, compared to the rest of the year. On the flip side, homes listed in June are 1 percent more likely to have their price reduced and see nearly 2 percent fewer listing views than other times of the year, on average.
Another factor likely to boost April buyer demand this year is the surprising decline in mortgage rates that started in November 2018. Rates are now below 4.5 percent vs. nearly 5.0 percent in November 2018. These lower rates could entice demand earlier than usual.
© 2019 Florida Realtors®
Сегодняшняя история не очень типична для моей риэлторской биографии. Именно поэтому хочется о ней рассказать, тем более, что это рассказ не об Америке, а об отношениях Клиента и Риэлтора. Надеюсь, вам это будет интересно и полезно.
NAR asks president to reopen rural loan program
WASHINGTON – Jan. 18, 2019 – The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) has asked the Trump administration to jump-start the Rural Housing Loan Program, which has been unable to process mortgage applications since the partial federal government shutdown began nearly a month ago.
After learning that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USAD) – which operates the loan program through the Rural Housing Service – decided to temporarily recall employees of the Farm Service Agency to provide certain services to farmers and ranchers, NAR asked federal officials to also assign staff to process stalled loan applications during the shutdown.
«What we’re trying to do is piggyback on a policy that the USDA is implementing to get farm loans processed within a short time frame,» says Megan Booth, NAR director of housing policy. «We’re asking them to supplement that by adding a home loan specialist to review Rural Housing Service loans that are already in the pipeline. Longer term, we’re asking them to keep some staff on board reviewing home loans during the shutdown.»
The Rural Housing Loan Program helps people in rural areas with limited incomes who can’t qualify for traditional mortgages. The program guarantees that participating private-sector lenders will be repaid if borrowers default, providing an incentive for lenders to make loans. In some rural markets, Rural Housing Service (RHS)-backed loans are the only affordable mortgages available.
Unlike the mortgage programs run by the Federal Housing Administration and the Department of Veterans Affairs, which permit private-sector lenders to sign off on mortgage applications, the Rural Housing Loan Program does not allow lenders to close loans without approval from Rural Housing Service staff. Congress has authorized the Department of Agriculture to delegate that responsibility to lenders, but the agency has not yet done so.
Source: Realtor Magazine. Writers Sam Silverstein and Robert Freedman contributed to this article.
© 2019 Florida Realtors®
Original — https://www.floridarealtors.org/NewsAndEvents/article.cfm?p=1&id=376047
Real estate: The second-most targeted industry for scammers
CHICAGO – Dec. 12, 2018 – More and more phishing scams are targeting real estate professionals and their clients, attempting to dupe them out of money. New and unique types of cyber scams appear every day as tech-savvy criminals invent new ways to separate victims from their money.
The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) issued an all-member alert on Sunday warning members of the latest email phishing attempt targeting the industry. The email appeared to be under the Realtor Party banner and solicited members to help «Support Diana» with a financial donation through a GoFundMe page. NAR says it will never solicit donations for personal or individual charities. Read More
Fla.’s housing market: More sales, median prices up in Oct.
ORLANDO, Fla. – Nov. 21, 2018 – Florida’s housing market reported more closed sales, rising median prices and more new listings in October compared to a year ago, according to the latest housing data released by Florida Realtors®. Sales of single-family homes statewide totaled 22,272 last month, up 8.5 percent compared to October 2017.
«Florida’s housing market showed a rise in new listings in October, which is a good sign for potential homebuyers,» says 2018 Florida Realtors President Christine Hansen, broker-owner with Century 21 Hansen Realty in Fort Lauderdale. «New listings for existing single-family homes rose 9.5 percent compared to a year ago and new listings for condo-townhouse properties increased 7.9 percent from last October. Read More