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robertamarsh, Home Buyer in Bel Air, MD
robertamarsh asked:
I would like to buy a home as it would be more affordable than the apartment that I am living in at this time. However, my credit is not real good. I do qualify as a first time home buyer. I am retired, have a government pension and receive social security. Can I purchase a house or condo with a less than perfect credit rating?
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 24, 2016 Home Buying in Parkville
Buyingre247, Home Buyer in Parkville, MD
Buyingre247 answered:
I am looking to buy a mixed-use building in BALTIMORE CITY. Need first floor retail, second floor residential or potential to convert.. Between
Hi,

I noticed this post is a bit old, but I am selling a perfect building for you in Pig Town. Steps from UM hospital and sports stadiums. Totaling 3,300 s/f. first floor is set up a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 8, 2015 Home Buying in Parkville
Shawn K, Real Estate Pro in Bel Air, MD
Shawn K answered:
I am looking for a mortgage rep that can assist me in gaining a loan.
Good evening,

I have a lender that I work with and would be happy to help you out. You can text, email or call and I can help you start the process. It is important that you start ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Oct 7, 2014 Home Buying in Parkville
Joseph Luht, Real Estate Pro in Perry Hall, MD
Joseph Luht answered:
how much is it for private school?
Check out this website. It should answer all your questions about private schools in Maryland.
http://www.privateschoolreview.com/state_private_schools/stateid/MD
1 vote Share Flag Tue Jul 22, 2014 Home Buying in Parkville
Greg Myers, Real Estate Pro in Gaitherburg, MD
Greg Myers answered:
How do you get someone from this site to actually contact you regarding a property you are interested in?
I do not show this rental home listed in the MRIS system so the Trulia listing has been posted by a private owner so don't expect to be contacted. If the owner does not contact you mo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jun 18, 2013 Rentals in Parkville
Jessica Hood…, Real Estate Pro in Gambrills, MD
Jessica Hood & Laura Roskelly answered:
trying to get our deposit back from the seller of a home we were trying to purchase
Speak with your agent and if necessary their Broker or office manager. Maryland contracts are very specific on the handling of deposits. If you had, and were in the time limits for, a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Sep 16, 2012 Home Buying in Parkville
Aryan, Home Owner in Parkville, MD
Aryan answered:
Are there any homes for rent or rent to own in the Loch Raven High School district? We are looking for a nice 3-4 BR, 2-3 BA, with a finished basement
Hey Heather,
I live in Doncaster Village Condo's off of Waltham Woods (Loch Raven district) and am looking to possibly rent-to-own my property soon. It's 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths with ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Aug 10, 2012 Rentals in Parkville
Jessica Hood…, Real Estate Pro in Gambrills, MD
Jessica Hood & Laura Roskelly answered:
Is there special wording to terminate the contract that was signed by the seller in order to put the home on the market?
Hi Cindy,

If it is your normal contract expiration you don't need to do anything other than phone the Realtor to let them know you aren't renewing. You might want to e-mai ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Sep 27, 2011 Home Selling in Parkville
Marney Kirk, Real Estate Pro in Lutherville, MD
Marney Kirk answered:
Who's the builder for this house?
Hi Hk, that home sold in March, and was built in 1986. A quick scan of the MLS public records does not show the builder. You can try to search more thoroughly through Baltimore County r ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 6, 2011 Home Buying in Parkville
Hannah Flieg…, Real Estate Pro in Larkspur, CA
Hannah Fliegel answered:
wife moved out this past May, '09 (7 months ago) and is paying nothing towards the mortgages (1st/2nd.). I've asked repeatedly for her
If you are both on the loan then both of you are responsible for the payment. You can ask her to sign off on the property through a Quit Deed and then you own the property in your name ... more
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