I would recommend asking different lenders that exact same question, but doing it on an individual basis. Different lenders have different criteria for some of their programs. That being said, the more that you have to put down, the less they need to lend you, and the lenders will be taking less of a risk loaning to you.
I see that you are in Indiana. Are you relocating to the Philadelphia area? If so, I'd be happy to help you get started on relocating to the area.
Joshua Stein, REALTOR®
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Hi, this home falls within the boundaries of Aston Elementary School. Hope this helps!
Eric Axelson, Associate Broker
Kurfiss Sotheby's International Realty
It sounds like you are trying to sell your house yourself,
and you haven't a clue:
Even Realtors do not work from a template; there are differences in every transaction;
It was easy; everyone would be doing it.... more
good evening...before you begin looking for the home...first approach a reputable mortgage lender in your area....then you have a budget for debt, how much you can afford...and how the offer needs to be written..(around the way the property will be financed)...your mortgage lender would be glad to recommend an agent....
best of luck..
Oh but it was his problem but also yours, Did you not have the property surveyed when you purchased it, did you not look at the property card from the county appraiser and did you not have a legal description. As far as the driveway on other property it is okay as this is prove easement to you for the purpose of entry and exit from your property, as to the back yard not all being yours, this you need to question the board of Realtors on for the local association that your agent belongs to! Get this straightened out. I have to tell you no matter what you do, you will need a Real Estate Attorney on this case as it will be technical and full of legal description!... more
Most states and townships have some type of CO and Landlord Registration process. In order to be evicted, the landlord must file an action in Landlord/Tenant court. Many courts require proof of Landlord Registration to file the action. Are you trying to stay in the apartment without paying rent? What is the reason for the "attempted" eviction?
Keller Williams... more