Attention 1st Time Home Buyers or Investors!!

HUD HOME FOR SALE

815 S Nectarine St  Nampa, ID  83686

Investor eligible move in ready HUD home situated within walking distance to the local university, medical facilities and shopping. Interior features include tile flooring, tile countertops/backsplashes, ceiling fans, crown molding and updated fixtures. The exterior is fully fenced with a storage shed/shop, alley access with dual gates for RV parking and a car port. Priced at only $43,000!!

The seller of this HUD home for sale may provide a closing cost credit of up to 3% to be included with the purchase of this home.

An approximate monthly payment for this HUD owned Nampa home for sale at the asking price of $43,000 while placing 5% down (3.75% interest rate—taxes and insurance(s) included) would be at or around $300.00  monthly—WOW?!?  **qualified 1st time home buyers may be eligible for programs which offer $500 down payment options**

Please visit https://trustidaho.com/search/#PropertyID=55342193 to view detailed information and additional photos of this HUD home for sale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interested in obtaining information on all HUD owned homes for sale?  I am happy to forward a list of available HUD owned homes within 24 hours upon obtaining your request.  Please call me at 208-869-3469 or send your request to:  matt@trustidaho.com

Call today for additional information or to view the interior of this or alternate HUD  homes for sale!

**INVESTORS—call me now if you’re sick and tired of your hard earned funds sitting in non-performing stocks or low interest bearing savings accounts.  The time is NOW to invest in real property that will obtain at least $600 per month in rental income (not to mention future pricing appreciation).

2012 4th Quarter Rental Vacancy Rate

The vacancy rate for Ada and Canyon counties is holding firm at just 3% although a reduction of rental prices for both counties decreased 3% for single family and multifamily homes–per Park Place Property Management.   Demand remains high for single family residential homes and Park Place Property Management expects rent prices to remain the same or increase during the first quarter of 2013.  Both Ada and Canyon counties rental rates are considerably better than the national average in all areas surveyed.

View the Southwest Idaho Chapter of NARPM’s full survey report.

Information and graph brought to you by Park Place Property Management.

Improving your homes Sell-Ability

Improving your homes Sell-Ability

Houses aren’t selling like they once did even though the market is recovering.  There are, however, ways to help obtain an offer more quickly.  See below:

1)       Stay neutral:  Customizing a home is a wonderful option—if you plan to live within the home for an extended period of time.  However, extreme color choices and themed rooms may scare off a potential home buyer.  Using neutral paint colors on walls and décor will help potential buyers create their own idea for the home and will also leave the new buyer with less cosmetic work to be completed upon purchasing.

2)      Less is more:  Removing and de-cluttering your home will help obtain an offer more quickly.  Rooms which are cluttered and have an abundance of furniture will feel “cramped” and smaller than what the room really is to potential purchasers.  Renting a storage unit for the items/furniture that is not needed on a daily basis is a worthwhile investment.

3)      New house smell:  Avoid strong smells when preparing to show your home to potential purchasers.  Take the trash out, clean the refrigerator regularly, bathe your animals (if any), clean the litter box etc etc.  It is also a good idea to be mindful of what food is prepared in the days leading to a showing since certain foods have very strong aromas.

4)      Details: Making small, inexpensive improvements will go a long way when attempting to sell your home.  Replacing hardware on cabinets, updating lighting fixtures and switches along with purchasing new shower curtains are examples of relatively inexpensive improvements which will typical help an offer to be obtained more quickly.

5)      Curb Appeal:  The first thing that potential home buyers will view is the front of your home so keeping it as appealing as possible is a must.  Keep the grass trimmed, weeds pulled and trees pruned.  The walkway to your entrance should be kept clear and welcoming to a prospect.

6)      De-personalize: Most know when a home is “lived in” yet it is important to rid the viewing areas of all of the evidence.  Rid the home of excess clutter such as mail, magazines and the local newspaper.  Tuck away laundry and shoes and limit personal items such as family photos  and awards so that the potential buyer can envision themselves within.

7)      Repairs:  Do not wait to make needed repairs.  Save time and trouble by making any needed repairs prior to the home being listed.  Not only will conducting any needed repairs  make the home more presentable, it will also negate any inspection issues  when the property is inspected by the new purchaser prior to closing. Use services of best painters in Mississauga.

The summary above is just a small list of items which will help your home sell more quickly and for a higher price.  Call me today for a free, no obligation consultation if you may be interested in placing your home on the market . . . 208-869-3469.

Renting? Stop flushing your hard earned $$ down the toilet!

Below is a chart of monthly rent in comparison to monthly mortgage payments.  As you will see, there is  an imbalance in the housing market pertaining to mortgage payments and rental payments.

Obviously, many potential home purchasers are unable or unwilling to purchase a home.  However, the demand for rentals has increased–so much that the average monthly rental income is much higher than the average monthly mortgage payment.

Scroll down to view the chart which illustrates the evolving trend:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you currently paying rent?  If so, NOW IS THE TIME to take advantage of historically low interest rates and home prices.  Call me today at 208-869-3469!!

Another Move-In Ready HUD Home!

HUD HOME FOR SALE

2218 Leo Dr.  Nampa, ID  83651

Move in ready HUD home situated w/in a well-established community just minutes from the freeway and containing 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and just under 1300 square feet! Interior features include a gas fireplace, durable laminate flooring, updated fixtures, recessed lighting, vaulted ceilings & tile back splashes/flooring. The fully fenced exterior holds an E facing covered back patio, RV parking, mature landscaping w/garden beds & a finished garage. Priced at only $78,000—that’s only $60 per square foot!

The seller of this HUD home for sale may provide a closing cost credit of up to 3% to be included with the purchase of this home.

An approximate monthly payment for this HUD owned Nampa home for sale at the asking price of $78,000 while placing 3.5% down (4.00% interest rate—taxes and insurance(s) included) would be at or around $509.00  monthly—why rent?!?  **qualified 1st time homebuyers may be eligible for programs which offer $500 down payment options**

Please visit https://trustidaho.com/search/#PropertyID=54225547 to view detailed information and additional photos of this HUD home for sale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interested in obtaining information on all HUD owned homes for sale?  I am happy to forward a list of available HUD owned homes within 24 hours upon obtaining your request.  Please call me at 208-869-3469 or send your request to:  matt@trustidaho.com

Call today for additional information or to view the interior of this or alternate HUD  homes for sale!

**INVESTORS—call me now if you’re sick and tired of your hard earned funds sitting in non-performing stocks or low interest bearing savings accounts.  The time is NOW to invest in real property that will obtain at least $650 per month in rental income (not to mention future pricing appreciation).