We do have our share of problems with the current influx of people, however, the majority of the newcomers are doing quite well with jobs and community events.
We have new sidewalks on Broad street and other main intersections and roads are being paved and new walk ways, along with new lighting and rails to trails.
There's been a major "crack" down, so to speak, on the drug lords and dealers in the past few weeks.
Look up CANDO industries and you will see all the job oppurtunities and all the affiliates that are in town now and more to come.
Real estate sales are up, even though, we still have foreclosures coming from the mess back in 2000'---2008'. But overall, with the current population, it's still a better place to live, than most small cities in PA.
Check out the Chamber of Commerce and also we have a great police force, even though, we could use some bi-lingual officers.
Most important, we still have the best "pitz" in the world!! Not to mention, Carmen's bakery and deli, food you would die for!!
Check my website if you like: www.c21breezy.com
Have a great weekend,
can't answer that question, due to our real estate laws in reference to commissions.
You should call offices that you think are active within that community, in which, we are, and question their commissions.
I would be more than happy to discuss this with you over the phone or in person.
Call me anytime up to 10 m.
thank you in advance,
Hi Wayne, one important aspect of your situation that you did not post is your income. That would help a mortgage person determine how much mortgage you qualify for.
To answer your question, yes...you can potentially qualify for a mortgage with no positive trade-lines on your credit report.
Give me a call at: 215-370-1236
I can answer your questions.
If you have a low score, then most likely you should have at least something on your credit report because otherwise you would not have a score at all in most cases.
You might have limited or no trade lines and some collections or judgments or maybe even a bankruptcy. However, more information is needed to determine your situation. I would recommend that you contact a knowledgeable and professional Mortgage Consultant who can help you determine the best path toward a loan approval and perhaps refer you to a reputable and professional credit repair specialist that can help you clean your credit report.... more
The types of inspections available are: structural, well testing, septic inspection, WDO(termite inspection), pool, HVAC, etc.
We recommend arranging for a general structural inspection that will pretty much cover the home itself. roof, windows, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, appliances, asbestos, etc. It may be helpful to mention any concerns you have to the inspector, prior to commiting to any service.
Since there can be a very wide variety of areas that could be covered, it would be important to discuss the extent of the inspection with the service provider before hand. We recommend an inspector that does a structural inspection and a pest inspection for one fee.
Absolutely. It is growing and a culturully diverse area.Nice and homey. I actually sell in hazleton too.Thank you Henry J Ruszczyk email@example.com Century 21 Smith Hourigan Group my office is (570) 714-6119... more
Wayne... find a lender in your area you can talk to about your particular situation. There are so many variables. First, start with your current bank. Where do you do your banking? Then if you're not satisfied with their answers and want to shop around, I suggest calling a few lenders for advice.
No money down programs can be HARD to find right now. Good luck... more
If you have a clean credit report, you wouldn't have a score of 550. Are you sure that score is correct? I would contact a trusted professional and have them analyze your report for you. The very best of luck to you!
Michael D Delp
4802 Old Bethlehem Pike,
Telford Pa. 18969
You should contact the buyer's agent serving you. If you contact the listing office, the agent who shows you the home will be representing the seller. The following HUD Web page will validate the importance of having buyer representation, and provide answers to many another question you may have: