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100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask: With Answers from Top Brokers from Around the Country
100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask: With Answers from Top Brokers from Around the Country
From the most trusted name in real estate: the indispensable guide that helps first-time buyers land the home of their dreams. Now revised and updated for today's marketplace.
? How do I know if my broker is doing a good job? (See question #18.)
? How should I decide how much to offer for a home? (See question #29.)
? How does the negotiation process work? (See question #37.)
? How much of a down payment will I need to buy my home? (See question #61.)
? What are the different types of mortgages available? (See question #75.)
? What if I'm rejected for my loan? (See question #86.)
? What exactly is the closing? And where is it held? (See question #89.)
? Will I need homeowner's insurance? What should it cover? (See question #93.)
What's new in this edition?
Internet resources for home buyers: Where to shop for a loan on the web, how to apply online for a mortgage, and how to contact the agency that regulates real estate brokers and mortgage lenders in your state
Tax laws and what they mean to you: Why the Taxpayer Relief Act is a windfall for homeowners, and how you can take full advantage of it
Buying new construction: How to compare developers and negotiate the best deal
The competitive mortgage market: How to find a reputable lender, how to find a true zero-down loan, and what service premiums tell you about your loan

Buying a home requires skill in a variety of areas. There's negotiating, financing, inspecting a home, and understanding legal contracts. It's really too much for most people to do by themselves, which, as you know by now, is why most of us pay good money to hire real estate agents, mortgage brokers, home inspectors, and other professionals to help with the process. But that doesn't remove the buyer from the role of project manager, whose job is to understand what each specialist is meant to do and recognize when one of those key players is not doing his or her job right. Books such as 100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask help the novice gain a solid understanding of the basics involved in this often complex process. The questions in this second edition of author Ilyce R. Glink's book also make buyers think about their decisions. If you want to buy an older home, for example, do you understand that older windows may need caulking or new sashes, that bathroom tiles may need regrouting, and that an older home may need rewiring, a new hot water heater, or a new furnace right away? Other questions range from the routine (How much can I afford? How do I make an offer?) to some that are hard to anticipate (What if the seller wants to stay in the house after the closing? Who should attend the closing?). Chapters are devoted to key topics, including figuring out what kind of house you want (this effort starts with a "wish list" and improves with a "reality check"), knowing what you can afford, putting together and negotiating a deal, financing your home, closing on the deal, and then doing what it takes to live happily ever after. Of course, living happily ever after requires understanding when it's time to move on to your next home, a process that may find you dusting off this book in the coming years. --John Russell

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Multan to Milpitas Saga Continuous:Dedicated to CuteSophie2010
My newest flickr friend CuteSophie2010 have asked me what happened next? And I realized last year I have started my true story and after a while I have lost because of my hardship:D Now again situation is "Mushkilain itni perin mujh pe ke asan hu gain" Poets says I have gone through that much hardship now troubles are pleasure for me:D Just like that after her question I have told her you may see kids are not with me. However; financial side story I want to share here. After getting arrested he had called me from jail and yelled at me what have you done? you know my job will be gone because of you and asked me to arrange for bail for him. I told him I don't have any money, He said use my credit card you may find them in closet. Some one from bail bond will call you and just give them the card number. What have I done Sergeant Raj Maharaj have given me domestic violence victim card ( I forgot the color now) and I have called one of the listed numbers a nice guy talked to me and when I have told him My husband is saying for bail. He asked me did he beat you? I said YES he did and now he is saying for bail to you??? He asked again and said Maam don't be itchy about him POLICE & COURT WILL TAKE CARE OF HIM. his words are still in my brain and later I have received call from bail bond there was a girl I have told her my whole story after 11:30PM she might have time to listen to me and may God bless her she asked me he beat you? and now you just want to give him a lesson nothing else?? I said yes he is the father of my kids and I just want to let him know I know my rights, he thinks because I don't have a family here and don't know about the law I am getting abused but I know he is not allowed to beat me. My English was horrible at that time but may God bless her she understood and said don't worry go to bed I don't need credit card number. After half an hour he called me(collect call) again and said why you have told her all story? because it is truth I have said and he just was irritated, Any ways on the day he was going to court one of my friend dropped me off near court after 7 years in United States first time I have feel I am free just like I have walk when I was in college and university. Without any fear. And I forgot to tell you one of his friend came to our home with his wife day before he was going to be in front of judge. And advised me to stay home he will take care of all things. when I have asked a person seems to be lawyer Sir where is criminal court? and he guide me to the building I have seen my husband's friend, HE WAS JUST SHOCKED SEEING me that how a woman can't drive never came out of house is reached here. Oh I have told you to stay home he said I said no i want to go to the court my father is a lawyer and I wished to be a lawyer in past but I never ever in a court before so I just want to see court from inside I might not have this chance again:D;-) and he was quite. and in court judge asked me what I want? I told her peaceful contact I just want to let him know i know my rights here and he was so scared 6 feet 3 inches man was so confused in orange:D hand cuffed was asking an African American inmate what should I say? and deputy and judge asked him not to talk other persons. first he said I am guilty judge asked him ok them this this and this you have to do and he said no i am not guilty so judge asked him then you have to do this need to go to district attorney's office and something else I forgot but I remember he again said no I want to plea guilty and judge who have checked 6 month jail term before cut down that and checked 3 years probation period. i was happy that first time in my 7 years life he speaks the truth that he beat me that mean he said Bushra is right truth full. But real stories started after that. I have received letter from next door solution where he was going to complete 52 weeks classes of domestic violence and one day probation officer came to our home with a lady and talked about issues.one thing every one was saying now he will play with your mind and he did some times late night about 2 or 3 am he woke me up saying tell me who is behind all of this?? No no no you alone can not do this. Some one is helping you, i said believe me I just beliebe in Allah and ALLAH is helping me no one else. (looks like at that moment all secular forces visible or invisible have decided to give me hardest timeof my life so I have to shout there is no GOD! But Allah;-) I just wonder why Allah is so majboor here:D if Quran is right Allah is saying there 'Wallahu khairul Makereen" Why makars against his followers always be successful? Why mullas are giving us that education which made people like me that much straight forward that their truth become lethal for them:D:D:D any ways by mistake in an account he gave my name as joint account holder and with that account they don't allowed to take money out with out both signatures. Wells Fargo and BOFA don't have th
I Love New York [Abe]
I Love New York [Abe]
Mr. President and fellow citizens of New York: - The facts with which I shall deal this evening are mainly old and familiar; nor is there anything new in the general use I shall make of them. If there shall be any novelty, it will be in the mode of presenting the facts, and the inferences and observations following that presentation. In his speech last autumn, at Columbus, Ohio, as reported in "The New-York Times," Senator Douglas said: "Our fathers, when they framed the Government under which we live, understood this question just as well, and even better, than we do now." I fully indorse this, and I adopt it as a text for this discourse. I so adopt it because it furnishes a precise and an agreed starting point for a discussion between Republicans and that wing of the Democracy headed by Senator Douglas. It simply leaves the inquiry: "What was the understanding those fathers had of the question mentioned?" What is the frame of government under which we live? The answer must be: "The Constitution of the United States." That Constitution consists of the original, framed in 1787, (and under which the present government first went into operation,) and twelve subsequently framed amendments, the first ten of which were framed in 1789. Who were our fathers that framed the Constitution? I suppose the "thirty-nine" who signed the original instrument may be fairly called our fathers who framed that part of the present Government. It is almost exactly true to say they framed it, and it is altogether true to say they fairly represented the opinion and sentiment of the whole nation at that time. Their names, being familiar to nearly all, and accessible to quite all, need not now be repeated. I take these "thirty-nine," for the present, as being "our fathers who framed the Government under which we live." What is the question which, according to the text, those fathers understood "just as well, and even better than we do now?" It is this: Does the proper division of local from federal authority, or anything in the Constitution, forbid our Federal Government to control as to slavery in our Federal Territories? Upon this, Senator Douglas holds the affirmative, and Republicans the negative. This affirmation and denial form an issue; and this issue - this question - is precisely what the text declares our fathers understood "better than we." Let us now inquire whether the "thirty-nine," or any of them, ever acted upon this question; and if they did, how they acted upon it - how they expressed that better understanding? In 1784, three years before the Constitution - the United States then owning the Northwestern Territory, and no other, the Congress of the Confederation had before them the question of prohibiting slavery in that Territory; and four of the "thirty-nine" who afterward framed the Constitution, were in that Congress, and voted on that question. Of these, Roger Sherman, Thomas Mifflin, and Hugh Williamson voted for the prohibition, thus showing that, in their understanding, no line dividing local from federal authority, nor anything else, properly forbade the Federal Government to control as to slavery in federal territory. The other of the four - James M'Henry - voted against the prohibition, showing that, for some cause, he thought it improper to vote for it. In 1787, still before the Constitution, but while the Convention was in session framing it, and while the Northwestern Territory still was the only territory owned by the United States, the same question of prohibiting slavery in the territory again came before the Congress of the Confederation; and two more of the "thirty-nine" who afterward signed the Constitution, were in that Congress, and voted on the question. They were William Blount and William Few; and they both voted for the prohibition - thus showing that, in their understanding, no line dividing local from federal authority, nor anything else, properly forbids the Federal Government to control as to slavery in Federal territory. This time the prohibition became a law, being part of what is now well known as the Ordinance of '87. The question of federal control of slavery in the territories, seems not to have been directly before the Convention which framed the original Constitution; and hence it is not recorded that the "thirty-nine," or any of them, while engaged on that instrument, expressed any opinion on that precise question. In 1789, by the first Congress which sat under the Constitution, an act was passed to enforce the Ordinance of '87, including the prohibition of slavery in the Northwestern Territory. The bill for this act was reported by one of the "thirty-nine," Thomas Fitzsimmons, then a member of the House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. It went through all its stages without a word of opposition, and finally passed both

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The New York Co-op Bible: Everything You Need to Know About Co-ops and Condos: Getting In, Staying In, Surviving, Thriving
A user-friendly guide to the art of living in a co-op and condo

Sylvia Shapiro, a lawyer and board president of a major Manhattan apartment building, has written what will become required reading for anyone buying or selling an apartment, or curious about entering the fray of the co-op and condo market. Shapiro answers all the questions apartment dwellers are afraid of asking the board, broker, lawyer, or accountant-and she does so without talking down or a steep hourly fee. Included are such topics as: Is the building right for you? How can you make the approval process go as smoothly as possible? What should you do if the board rejects you? And what if you get in? Can you keep your dog? How much power does the board really have?

Having lived in her building for more than a decade in blissful ignorance of how it was run, Shapiro awoke one morning to discover that her building was going co-op, and she intended to buy. Intent on protecting her investment, she took on the mantle of board president and set about figuring out how the system worked. Seven years and many trials by fire later, Shapiro presents her hard-earned knowledge in this neat little tome. Apartment dwellers will come to swear by it.