Yes you can back out at anytime prior to signing the mortgage documents. It may end up costing you your earnest money. Did your Lender not inform you that there can only be 1 2nd home and after that all other property is considered to be Investment property and would require 25% down payment minimum. I would be delighted to assist you in making your dream a reality, by providing you with a no obligation FREE consultation should you reach out to me via my profile information.
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You need to understand that landlords and owners check credit to ensure you will pay rent on time every month. They cannot discriminate on protected categories (race, gender, religion, family status, etc.) but they CAN discriminate based on financial, credit and criminal information.
Why does your credit suck? Are you employed? Are you paying off your outstanding debts? Do you pay bills on time? Did you have a foreclosure, short sale or judgement? Do you have medical bills due?
Landlords, property managers & owners will accept low credit scores IF the reason is medical bills for some emergency operation for example or for cancer treatments. However, if your low credit scores is because of careless spending or because of a foreclosure or short sale, that will be tougher on the landlord.... more
Go to www.mhvillage.com (manufactured homes). Real estate websites like Trulia and Zillow cannot help you because mobile homes is considered "personal property" - not real estate. If you buy the land underneath then it's considered real estate.... more
Yes, you would need to submit a new offer. Depending on what has happened in the past, however, you may have trouble convincing the seller that you are serious about the offer. Make sure that if you are getting a bank loan that you are pre-approved.... more
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I suggest your sister sees an attorney to review the documents she signed. What she wants to find out (from the attorney) is what legal action can be taken against her if she cannot complete the contract.... more