• $109,900.00
    Bedrooms: 3
    Baths: 2
    North Lauderdale, FL

  • $269,000.00
    Bedrooms: 4
    Baths: 2
    Pembroke Pines, FL

  • $429,900.00
    Bedrooms: 4
    Baths: 3
    Doral, FL

 
 

I'M NOT GETTING THE ATTENTION I NEED !

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
Warning:
  
What you need to know about 
Banks, Realtors, and Selling Homeowners...
 
Buying a place to call HOME should be a pleasant experience. However, in today’s world of mortgage foreclosures and short sales, it’s often difficult for the average buyer to obtain their goal of homeownership. As a buyer, you’ll ask yourself…
 
  • Should I deal directly with the bank? 
  • Should I hire a Realtor?
  • Should I deal directly with the selling homeowner?
 
When dealing directly with a bank, more often than not they are completely overwhelmed and unresponsive, leaving you confused, frustrated, and empty handed. 
 
When hiring a realtor, often times they will entice you in the door by advertising a short sale property at a low teaser price- that is showing you a home that is listed far below what it can realistically sell for. This teaser price is an unrealistic price that the deciding bank will simply never accept. Unfortunately, you may wait 4, 6, or even 9 months just to hear from the bank that your price offer has been declined – again you are left confused, frustrated, and empty handed. The next step in this very typical scenario after the bank turns down your short sale offer is to instruct your agent “No more short sales”. Then finally, with your patience wearing thin and your desire to buy a house increasing, you end up paying too much AND settling for something far less than what you wanted as well.
 
If you deal directly with the selling homeowner there is a very good chance that the seller owes more on his home than the property is worth. Thus you are back to the above short sale offer scenario all over again, needing the bank to discount their mortgage in order for the seller to be able to sell their home to you. And we know how that story typically ends. 
 

Also, a selling homeowner may be represented by a realtor, otherwise known as a listing agent. If the listing agent is working for the seller they have legal responsibility to try and get the seller the highest price. Always ask a realtor who are they working for? You, the seller, or themselves. This way you know if they are on the same team as you. If the realtor states that he does not work for the seller and is merely a “transaction agent”, be careful! This realtor does not work for either the seller or the buyer, but for himself. These realtors have absolutely no vested interest in obtaining the best possible price on the purchase of your home. They are only concerned that a deal is made so a commission is paid!!!! Can you believe that, a realtor only thinking about making a commission?

  

 

Now lets think outside the box…

 

 

By working with Affordable Discount Homes you will always get a quick response on any offer that you make. You are also assured that you are getting the best possible price, guaranteed.
 
 
A FULLY RENOVATED HOME THAT IS ALSO THE
 LOWEST PRICED HOME IN THE COMMUNITY !!
   
In today’s competitive environment all of our homes are priced to sell. We know if we want to compete and get your business we need to always have the best looking home at the most affordable price.