How do you find the owner of an apartment building if the

How do you find the owner of an apartment building if the

the ad is listed by the broker?

Thanks

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Try looking into public

Try looking into public records. A lot of towns and cities have an office where you can go and find out info on a house, such as owners and when it was last purchased/sold.

Jeremy

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Find out at the Tax assessors office

You would go to the tax assessors office in your county. If you have the address you are able to view the owner and a mailing address if different from the property address. Hopes this helps.

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Thank

you! I greatly aprpeciate it


To do what may I ask

one way or the other you're going to have to go through the broker so i'd just think of doing it the right way the first time.

If he/she happens to find out you went behind their back, they might just dead the deal since they normally have the owners inner ear


Apartment Buidling

I am trying to purchase an Apartment with nothing down, so I am trying to get seller financing. I figured I would go straight to the seller and save the seller paying commission.


Auditor

Try the County Auditor`s Office to look up info on property


Listing Agreement

amvg22 wrote:
I am trying to purchase an Apartment with nothing down, so I am trying to get seller financing. I figured I would go straight to the seller and save the seller paying commission.

if one is signed, you're out of luck


"so I am trying to get seller financing."

"I am trying to purchase an Apartment with nothing down, so I am trying to get seller financing. I figured I would go straight to the seller and save the seller paying commission."

GREAT responses Elix!

Anne, Nothing down/seller financing is a great acquisition technique, which is working very well in these times. Don't try to skirt-around the Broker; be nice (and professional) to/with them and they will gladly work with you. If they don't, find/create another "deal." There is no shortage of Brokers and deals. By law, they are required to present ALL offers. Present your offer via the broker IN WRITING and request Seller's response to your offer IN WRITING. (this way you're sure it was presented)
If you follow this advice both you and the brokers will be very happy AND you will both be very $UCCE$$FUL. If you wish to speak/deal with the Seller directly, indicate this to the Broker, there is nothing wrong with such a request; the worst that could happen is they say "no." If the answer is "no" don't let it stop or derail you. You must make it clear to the Broker that your business model is to work directly with the Seller whenever possible and that you are always glad to ensure that the Broker Earns their commission and that they always receive their earned commission; that you in no way intend to cut them out of the picture....SAY IT and MEAN IT. Remember, the Broker is a Professional......and SO ARE YOU!

Let us know how you make out.

Wishing you Tons of $UCCE$$!!!

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