I haven't heard back from you lately. I wanted to let you know I am working with another couple that is looking for a one level in Happy Valley. We have found many new construction options price around $450k and alot of resales that should be ready to sell soon. I have a booth at Sunnyside Farmers Market in Happy Valley ad have run into a number of sellers that have oe level homes that are thinking about selling,
Let me know if you are still considering that option.
Hope to hear from you soon
ps- My sister still works in San Diego as a Realtor, not sure if you needed to sell to buy...... more
As a Veteran and a Realtor I can tell you there is no better option than the VA home loans. Let's look at why. In Oregon veterans have two options for VA home loans. Federal VA home loan Oregon VA
More than 13 percent of the American population is over 65, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. By 2030, that number will grow to nearly 20 percent. Many of us have senior relatives who need assistance
All of the hard money lenders I know of are quick, but as for "reasonable" that's a matter of opinion! All of them charge between 2 and 4 points on the loan amount, most require a minimum of 10% down, and the going rates are 10-18%. Those variations often depend on how good a deal they think it is, or how good a borrower they think you are. So the question really is, why do you need to use a hard money lender? Do you have any other options that are better? If so, I would use them, but if not, give me a call and I'll put you in touch with some of these...... more
When you want to buy a home the best place to start is to hire an EXCLUSIVE Buyer Agent, not just a Buyer's Agent. EBAs only work with homebuyers and there is never a conflict of interest that will jeopardize your negotiating position. Contact www.naeba.org for a referral in your area.
I've written a best selling book called Buying a Home: Don't Let Them Make a Monkey Out of You. It'll teach you how to buy a home and get a mortgage without getting ripped off. Follow the link below.
Best of luck!
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If you have been recently looking for a home loan in Gresham you may have experienced some challenges with the approval process. Having bad credit is a burden but it shouldn't keep you from owning a home.
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Are you talking about having someone do the plumbing for you? If so, that's hard to guess. I know if you decided to do it yourself, you would save a lot more money. However, you might be spending more time to get the job done.
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Congratulations! Portland is a great city. The biggest challenge you will face is your price point. Portland is a friendly city. I suggest contacting the city and requesting a map of the city with its neighborhoods designated. The walk factor in Portland is something to be admired and will allow you to see what the different neighborhoods have to offer and give you a good idea of what appeals to your needs.... more
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