The Round Lake area has a wide variety of rentals and it should be easy to find something in that price range. Question is how many people are we talking about because there are limits to occupancy.
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You certainly can let your attorney go, but the reality is that the attorney only knows what you and your realtor tell him. Your realtor is the one who made the error and your attorney is going to fix it for you, to protect your interests. That is their job. You need to trust your attorney and your realtor. If you do not, then you need to find people that you do trust, someone that earns your trust and respect.
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Sorry to hear about your situation. Not sure about real estate law and tenant rights in Wisconsin. You need legal advice. I had an army family that got representation and advocacy. Check with your county of residence. If you are looking at Round lake, thats lake County dept of housing. If you have an enforceable and legal lease you have some rights. Best of luck!... more
The short answer is - it really depends on the score. If you are in the 400-500's, it's going to be very challenging. You can qualify for some programs with scores in the low 600's, but I would call a mortgage broker to discuss your options. If you'd like some referrals/contact information of some that I trust, please feel free to contact me.
Most builders will honor your request to be represented by an agent if you mention it before you go there. Call the sales office and lay out the scenario, most often they are happy to have a represented buyer and will not exclude your agent of choice if you are upfront about it. As for getting pre-approved, talk to a lender and they can run your numbers, credit scores, job history, debt to income ratios, etc. No reason to look at a property if you are not qualifying for a mortgage in these tough underwriting lender days.
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Do you know anyone who is a Real Estate Agent? If you do contact them and find out who they know that lists and sells foreclosed homes. If you don't know anyone in the business, contact local Real Estate Offices and try to find out if anyone in the office lists and sells foreclosures. Then ask them to contact you if they need your service.... more