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McCann & Curran Realty are a leading real estate and property management company based in Co.Meath. Our company runs as 2 divisions side by side. When it comes to real estate we specialise in the sale of property and land, We also lease and provide first class property management. The company is headed by PJ McCann with over a decade experience within the private sales and rental sector in Ireland. When it comes to selling or renting, Mccann & Curran Realty offer the best service around, our passion is property and selling is our DNA, therefore we go above and beyond for our clients. We believe it's this approach in mind set that gives us the edge over our competition.
Along side our real estate division we operate our 1stclass property management & maintenance services. Our services are used by the private public and our real estate Customers. The combination of both services are especially appealing to our clients in the (PRS). McCann & Curran Realty partner with some of the leading software companies in the market place to allow real time 24/7 reporting to all our clients. If it's a simple heating issue or block management up to 250+ units we can assist you. McCann & Curran Realty is regulated by the Irish property authority and a member of many professional bodies which are recognised worldwide.
At Present McCann & Curran Realty have 249 active buyers on our books just waiting for the prefect property to come to the market. So If your thinking of selling, lets connect.
We have 1000's of tenants waiting for a new home to appear on the rental market. We are the biggest rental management company in the north east thanks to our partnering company.
As a buyer, you have the option to perform a final walk-through. Is a final walk through a requirement? NO. Is a final walk through necessary? YES. Generally when buying a home several weeks go by between when you last walked through your home. Lots of things can change during that time. When doing a final walk through a few things you should check is that furnace is working, the toilets are flushing properly, and there is hot water.
This question is often asked and is a simple answer. The answer is, there is no specific number of homes you should look at before buying a home. Don’t feel that if you were to purchase the first home you look at that you’re making a mistake. Same can be said if it takes you looking at 25 homes.
The biggest benefit to buying a home before selling your current home is the fact that you have a suitable property lined up. This can reduce the stress and pressure of having to find a home once your current home is sold. This however also can create disappointment and heartbreak. If you are unable to purchase a new home without having to sell your current home, you’re purchase offer is going to be contingent upon sale and transfer of title of your current home. If your current home does not sell in a timely manner, this can lead to you getting “bumped” by a non-contingent buyer and you losing out on the home you’re looking to purchase, which can be devastating.
One risk of selling your current home without buying a new home first is the chance of not being able to have a place to live. There are options if your current home sellers before buying another though. A “rent-back” can sometimes be negotiated with the buyer of your current home. A “rent-back” would allow you to retain possession of your current home for a certain number of days after closing at the expense of paying the buyers mortgage. A “rent-back” allows for additional time to find a new home.
Buying a home can be a very solid investment. This being said, renting can also be a better option for some, depending on the circumstances. The current interest rates are incredible. A 30-year FHA mortgage can be locked in at a rate of around 3.5%. Since the interest rates are so low, it actually can be cheaper to pay a mortgage right now than paying rent.
There are questions that you should ask yourself before deciding to buy a home. One of the most important things to consider is the length you plan on staying in a home, if you were to purchase. If the answer is only a few years, it’s likely the better decision is to continue renting. Another question to ask yourself is whether you are ready to take on the additional “responsibilities” of owning a home.
First and foremost, talking with a bank before looking at homes can help you understand exactly how much you can afford. There is no reason to look at homes that are listed for €250,000 if you can only afford up to €200,000.
If you’re a first time home buyer, talking with a bank before looking at homes is strongly suggested, as there are many first time home buyer programs available. These programs can vary from county to county, so knowing exactly what’s available to you, is critical.
Another important reason to talk with a bank before looking at homes is so you understand exactly what costs are associated with buying a home. There are many home buyers who don’t understand the difference between a down payment, pre-paid items, which can be thoroughly explained by a mortgage professional.