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ANSWER The number shows the rate at which the inventory of homes for sale are being sold. A declining figure indicates people the inventory is decreasing as more homes are being sold than are coming onto the market. A rising absorption rate implies that there are more homes coming onto the market than there are buyers willing to buy at the market prices. The absorption rate lets you know how well the market is absorbing the current inventory of listings. The ultimate question the absorption rate answers is, "Is the current inventory level shrinking or growing"?
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The real estate default rate is the rate of borrowers that fail to remain current on their loans. When a homeowner is in default, their house may be in danger of being for…eclosed on.
common stock current price $90 is expected to pay a dividend of $10. Company growth rate is 11%. estimate the expected rate of return on corp stock common stock cur…rent price $90 is expected to pay a dividend of $10. Company growth rate is 11%. estimate the expected rate of return on corp stock
Capitalization rate, basically the annual net income you can make from a property divided by the cost of the property, if you have a years worth of rent you collect from t…enants you then subtract whatever costs you have and then you divide by the price you paid for the property itself.
The rates varies by regions, buildings, and localities of the properties. To get more personalized answers you can check out this website REGold .They have great network of br…okers across Mumbai and should be able to help you very well.
Id love to answer the question, but could you be more specific? Rates per square foot? Rates that an agent makes? Rates that an owner pays to list a property? Which rates?
You find reliable data that provides essentially two things: the number of particular kinds of property you want to analyze (say new single family homes) and the number of the…m both built and being sold over the course of a period of time. Then you see what the net number of units available at any given time are compared to the number of units sold during the same time period. How they are "absorbed" (i.e. become sold in the marketplace) is the function of how many are left over at the end of the selected time period. A very simple example (one that doesn't take into account units that come on the market during the year) is that say on January 1 there are 100,000 sf new single family homes in the marketplace, no new ones are built during the year, and at the end of the year 10,000 are left (we're talking hypothetically of course). This would be a "90%" absorption rate for the year.
Numerous real estate agents in the same area may charge different rates. The best advice is to check with each of these real estate agents in your area and ask them what their… rates are. Several may be the same, but may offer different services too. This would be something to also check on with the real estate agents.
Real estate consultants are rated by their customers based on their proficiency in their jobs. Organizations such as the Better Business Bureau offer user-submitted reviews of… specific consultants and firms.
There is no set rate in Lousiville or any other U.S. city. In fact, it is illegal to have a fixed rate commission, thanks to the Federal Anti Trust Act. (But they tend to rang…e from a low flat fee, or a percentage of the sale, often 3%-7%)
The higher the number, the more aggressive home sellers will have to be to get their home noticed and sold. the total number of active listings (homes currently for sale) an…d the total number of homes that sold over a specific period of time. If you can determine the number of sales in your area in the last 6 months, divide the total sales by 6 to arrive at the average number of sales per month.
Real estate companies generally work in a local area, and a franchisee in one area can rate differently from another franchise. However, of the agents that operate across the …country, Weichert Realtors and RE/MAX have a good reputation.
cap rate is the ratio between the grid operating income Note that a real estateappraisal in the U.S. uses net operating income of the asset, because it does not frankly affect… the cash generated by the benefit.
A comparative rate can be asked for from most banks. This would be the best place to find out the information concerning a real estate loan comparison.
It varies by location and is ALWAYS negotiable between the Seller/Principal and the agent representing him/her.
In the traditional and dated way of selling a home with a real estate listing agent the seller signs into an agreement with a list agent and the seller typically agrees …to pay 5-6% of the sales price to the list agent. The list agent then advertises the property in the MLS and typically offers 2.5%-3% to buyer's agents (essentially splitting the commission). This attractive offer usually entices buyer agents to show the property. Keep in mind that the buyer's agent (and list agent in this example) only get paid if the seller accepts the offer and the property closes. Again, with homevana - a modifed way of For Sale By Owner, there is never any list agent commission or fee's and seller's are free to choose a commission to offer to buyer's agents. Keep in mind again that seller will only be required to pay a buyer agent commission if the offer is accepted and when the property closes. With homevana (new FSBO) seller's are free to negotiate with any and/or multiple potential buyers - meaning a seller can reject, counter or accept any offer they like using our online negotiation tool. Seller's that offer a reasonable commission to buyer's agent will likely have more agents showing their clients the home and the law of large numbers would imply that more showings should potentially lead to more offers. Although sellers only need one buyer, having multiple offers may yield to a higher final sales price and more money for the seller. Back to the debate on commissions: If a seller offers a low amount of commission or no commission at all to buyer's agents what could happen is that agents simply will not show or present the home to clients at all (most people won't work for free). No showings may lead to no offers. No offers means nothing to negotiate. Keep in mind that paying a commission is just simple mathematics - it doesn't necessarily mean you are getting less money. For example, lets say a house is listed at $100,000. Two offers come in, one from a buyer directly with no agent/no commission for $90,000 and another offer from a buyer with an agent/commission to be paid if accepted for $105,000, each offer equivalent in other terms. The offer of $105,000 less the buyer agent commission of lets say 2.5% is still much greater than the offer of $90K (105,000 X 0.975 = $102,375). Logic/mathematics would say go with the better offer! Lets do another example with the same property listed at $100,000: Offer comes in from a buyer with an agent at $97,000, no other offers. With homevana the seller is free to accept or reject or counter any offer. Going back to simple mathematics if $97,000 less the commission of say 2.5% is just not acceptable then a counter offer may be a great option. If the offer is countered at say $103,000 then the seller would be getting more than their asking price essentially having the buyer pay the commission via an increased price (103,000 X 0.975 = 100,425). In today's world when a property is posted on MLS the MLS system then automatically syndicates the property out to several if not hundreds of consumer sites such as zillow, trulia, realtor.com, Redfin, Ziprealty, Yahoo Real Estate, MSN and many others. These sites are where most consumers, as opposed to buyer agents, are likely going to find properties for sale. Upwards of 90% of buyers are now finding their homes online. Even though 90% of homebuyers are finding their homes online without the help of an agent, Ninety-one percent of home buyers who used the Internet to search for a home purchased through a real estate agent.
A current 30 year fixed rate appears to be around 4.37%. The rate will depend on financial institution and the amortization period of the loan. Check out bankrate dot com fo…r more rates.