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Christina, Home Buyer in Grand Rapids, MI

I need an investor to help me buy a house and Land Contract it back to me. I have great income, poor credit. Tough situation.

Asked by Christina, Grand Rapids, MI Wed Mar 14, 2012

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My wife and I are in the same boat.....Did you find anyone to help?
1 vote Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 16, 2012
I have a beautiful property for sale under LC. Please check out the posting:
If this is not the area or type of property you are looking for, email me at picalprops@gmail.com and let me know what kind of property you are looking for and what area. How much down payment do you have available and what is your monthly budget. I will see what I can find that suits your criteria. Paul
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jun 1, 2012
aldean green - property 3707 Victoria lakes drive - jacksonville, fl 32226 $270k. cant afford interest rate - need someone that can get decent interest rate.
Flag Mon Nov 25, 2013
Your best option might be to look for a Land Contract or Rent w/ Option to Purchase already listed. These days, it can be difficult to find funding for situations like this one. If you would like me to set up a search for these types of homes for you, let me know.
Web Reference: http://www.brekschutten.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 14, 2012
Do you know any investors in Georgia that could help us with the same thing?
Flag Fri Jan 17, 2014
That is a tough situation. But it is do-able. ' Do you already have the house picked out? Do you have a job? Do you have a copy of your most current credit report? Do you have any money for a down payment? Etc, etc.' Investors will use the same documents that a mortgage company/bank will use to determine their amount of risk working with you.
Suzie Reinbold
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 14, 2012
Yes i have a job, a current credit report. But my husband is the money maker and his credit is bad. He is just filed and disacharged a Chapter 7 due to his past.
Flag Thu Mar 15, 2012
In these situations usually someone gets burnt. I have two other options:

1. We have a credit repair program. You don't need perfect credit to buy a home, tweak your credit a bit and now you might qualify.

2. Rent until your credit repairs its self and try again.

Jason Lash
Prudential Preferred Realtors
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 14, 2012
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