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Maritza Pino, Renter in Phoenix, AZ

im disabled and on a fixed income but im looking to buy or rent to own a house but dont know where to apply or where to start

Asked by Maritza Pino, Phoenix, AZ Mon Aug 13, 2012

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Jennie Miller, Pllc’s answer
Hi there,

I am a very experienced buyers' agent and would be happy to work with you on your new home puchase! If you would like to view the quality of my work and recommendations from my clients, you can do so at the following link: http://www.trulia.com/voices/profile/Real_Estate_Pro-Phoenix…

The first step to home buying is to contact a lender to determine the amount of loan that you will qualify for. I work with several lenders that can help you and one of them is:

Korene L. Clopine-Seaman

Korene L. Clopine-Seaman
Senior Mortgage Originator / Mortgage Lender / Team Leader
NMLS# 218520
AZ License # LO-0916745
CA License # DOC-218520

Direct Phone: 623-340-0934
Fax: 623-218-1807
eMail: korene@klcsloanteam.com
Referral site: http://www.klcsreferralpartners.com

Mortgage Website: http://www.klcsloanteam.com
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I am currently looking for a rental home, to move in with my elderly mother, who is wheelchair bound. Are there rental properties available, that are ADA Compliant?
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I will be pleased to help you with a mortgage application and answer your questions.
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I have a house for rent or for sale. It has ADA compliant entry, 36'' wide hallways, no step entrance, roll-in shower. Please email me for more details. Thank you.
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Jeff, is this property still available for rent? where is it located?
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I can help you find a place. You can contact me directly at 602.689.1219
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The only thing I would add to the exisiting commentary is that if you are planning to rent instead of buy, let one of the realtors on here set you up on a rental search so you can see whats out there. Best of luck to you!
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I'd be talking o a lender as the first step in the process. That info will help you know your options. I'd stay clear of rent to own as they are seldom successful.
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You will definitely want to talk to a lender first. We can help you with a couple lender names and numbers to get you started. Once you know what you can qualify for then we can start a search for you and have it sent directly to you with daily updates.

Give us a call, we would love to help.

Best Regards,


Ron & Brenda Cunningham
West USA Realty

*** Recognized in the Phoenix Business Journal as "One of the Top 50 Realtors in the Valley" ***

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First thing you should do is contact a lender to find out what kind of loan you qualify for and how much you qualify for. Try Mark Taylor at AmeriFirst. 602-361-0707. If you are looking in the Ahwatukee, Chandler or Tempe market, let me know and I would be happy to send you some listings that fit your needs.
Evelyn Thorn
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If you are on a fixed income, you may want to start with a down payment assistance program if your goal is to purchase a home. There are several in all areas of town.

In Phoenix, http://phoenix.gov/residents/stabilization/nsp/index.html

In the West Valley, contact NHS of SWMC for a list of programs: http://www.nhsofswmc.com/
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