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Maricris A, Other/Just Looking in Seattle, WA
Maricris A answered:
how do i get info on foreclosed property in Missouri ?
Hello,

If you want to know more information about the foreclosure property, you may check the county record where the property is part of or you may also contact a foreclosure specia ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Aug 22, 2016 Foreclosure in 63379
Kelly Lyerla, Home Buyer in Rocky Mount, MO
Kelly Lyerla answered:
Why are so many houses for sale in Troy, mo?
Taxes are tons cheaper in Lincoln county, but as for myself moving I relocated out of state.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 4, 2015 Home Buying in Troy
Deborah Scia…, Real Estate Pro in ofallon, MO
Deborah Sciarrino answered:
Owner occupant houses
Just in case you haven't already gotten that house... If you have an inkling that the restrictions may be a problem for you, then do not buy during the owner occupant time period. Put ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Mar 16, 2014 Home Buying in Troy
George Raymo…, Real Estate Pro in Fort Worth, TX
George Raymondo answered:
Are these new homes USDA Approved?? Dtice48@yahoo.com
To answer your question directly, you can use the USDA RDL to purchase a Single Family Residence, Townhouse, Condo, Manufactured Home. New homes are no exception. I have lots of USDA lo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Mar 15, 2014 Home Buying in Troy
Tabitha Thor…, Real Estate Pro in Troy, MO
Tabitha Thornhill answered:
closing on a fannie mae foreclosure "as is" cash sale in mo. what are the buyers cost?
In this case closing cost are typically minimal. Cost will include with title company closing fees, title insurance & recording cost but this can very depending on how the sale contrac ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Feb 24, 2014 Foreclosure in 63379
Agnes Tabor, Real Estate Pro in Naples, FL
Agnes Tabor answered:
What entertaining offers mean?
Possibly but you won't know until you make an offer. Here is when a Real Estate agent uses the tools of their experience.

It is no fun, finding the property you want only to loose ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 11, 2013 Home Buying in Troy
Agnes Tabor, Real Estate Pro in Naples, FL
Agnes Tabor answered:
Can a private lender (e.g. family trust fund) change the terms of a contract legally?
Great reply Barb, it is hard to understand when folks find themselves in such a complicated situation they do not immediately contact a Real estate attorney.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 11, 2013 Home Buying in Troy
Curious, Home Buyer in Troy, MO
Curious answered:
Deed in lieu of foreclosure process?
Thank you for all of your answers! I cannot tell you enough how much I appreciate it! I was told by my Realtor that the "seller" was willing to do $1500 in repairs. That confused me as ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 11, 2013 Home Buying in Troy
Tammy Dobbs, Real Estate Pro in Troy, MO
Tammy Dobbs answered:
does anyone know the management company for the Sheffield estates 340 Essex Ct, Troy 63379? Please help searching for weeks.
I don't believe there is a management company for that subdivision. It does have an association fee of $200 per year. That particular home is under contract.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 5, 2013 Home Buying in Troy
Tammy Dobbs, Real Estate Pro in Troy, MO
Tammy Dobbs answered:
where is 135 widgeon troy, mo.?
Yes Keviin is correct. The home is in Foley just off McIntosh Hill Rd.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 29, 2012 Home Buying in Troy
Mike Turner, Real Estate Pro in Boise, ID
Mike Turner answered:
What does "contingent short sale" mean?
A contingent short sale, is basically a short sale with an offer submitted for lender approval. So you can expect to be in back up position at best if you make an offer on that home. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 16, 2010 Home Buying in Troy
The Stephen…, Real Estate Pro in Portland, OR
The Stephen FitzMaurice Team answered:
Can a contract with an agent to show a buyer homes for sale be cancled?
A lot of time the Agent is willing to cancel the contract with a simple phone call. If not, you can talk to the principle broker and have the company assign another agent to you (usual ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 7, 2010 Home Buying in 63379
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