Sorry, but this property was sold on 10/09/13 for $ 48,500. If you are interested in another property or need help finding one, please give me a call (915) 355-9305.
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I will refer your question to a good friend and broker that deals with USDA Loans on a regular basis. He will get th correct information to you about this. Ciao, Shannon Jernigan, Realtor, Keller Williams Realty. 915-727-2075... more
30 year term, fixed annual interest rate at 4.25%,minimum 3.50% down payment. TOTAL monthly payment including; principal,interest,property taxes, hazard insurance,fha mortgage insurance around $ 992
Call me if you want to set up an appointment to prequalify you.
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Friendly and Peaceful neighborhoodThis is a very quiet neighborhood with no nightlife. There is a new outlet shopping center a couple of minutes from here. You can walk everywhere and it is pet friendly.
Hello! It's my understanding that horizon lost USDA what I can do is ill talk to a lender to confirm that and get back to you. Please email me your contact info so I can get back to you. My email is email@example.com
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You might visiting my website at http://midTNhometeam.com. There, on the Buying tab, you will find lots of great widgets. One will allow you to discover how much house you can afford. Another will help you discover how your credit score is determined. After you've read up on a few of these initial issues, then call a Realtor in your area. He/she will be more than happy to help answer the questions that will certainly come up.... more
About 20 years ago or so I had the opportunity to represent a builder in Horizon City. At the time it seemed so remote from the hustle and bustle of the big city of El Paso. In fact, Horizon City got it's start when retirees wanted to get away from the city so the built a golf course and surrounded it with homes. Life was good - slow and tranquil.
El Paso was growing eastward and eventually younger families began to discover the serenity of Horizon City and began to appreciate the larger home-sites and the clean fresh air. It helped that builders could deliver homes on larger lots at a 5 - 10 percent savings, if only the buyers would drive an extra 10 minutes from the growing eastside.
The transition from retirement community to a more family-oriented community took time but eventually new schools were built and shopping opportunities began to flourish along with other amenities.
I have sold homes in the El Paso/Horizon area for over 30 years and one thing that always seemed to standout to me, even 20 years ago, was the number of families walking throughout the neighborhoods, perhaps more so than other areas of town. They always seemed to have time to stop and chat and I never felt like an outsider. I have since experienced similar feelings in other neighborhoods in El Paso, but Horizon City still stands out in my mind.
I always suggest to my Buyer clients that they spend time in the neighborhoods they are considering. Take a walk around the area in the evenings and on the weekend to get a feel for the neighborhood. I suggest you try that in Horizon to see for yourself if you feel any connection. It may just surprise you!... more
I am just curious, since we would have no way to know what property you are looking at since you didn't link it, but if someone could send you more pictures are you going to make an offer site unseen? Since you are not going to be here for 2 months why do you need to see more pictures since it could easily long been sold by then.... more
Actually, real estate prices right now are quite low. Much lower than they were in 2008. If you are looking for cheap property, perhaps you should consider buying a bank foreclosure property. These are often sold at a discounted price. Another option is to get a fixer-upper if you are the handy-man type.
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I did a quick check for homes in your area and I found 134 active listings with prices starting at $24,900. Here is the link to check it out: http://www.bankforeclosuressale.com/list/tx/county141/el-paso.html... more