Gold Key Lake is a great community. It is located within 10 minutes of the town of Milford. There are lots of amenities, a beautiful 120 acre lake, club house, tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball field. The dues include sanitation. This is a non - gated community and they do have security that patrol the development and enforce driving regulations.
It is a solid functioning community, great for kids and in a good school district.... more
That would depend on how long of a commute your husband is willing to take on. Milford is a very pretty little town but this area is not for everyone. :) The taxes and home prices are probably considerably lower than where you are now, but in the long run - is your quality of life going to be affected by the long commute?
Also, be sure to check out the area schools online - such as GreatSchools.net or other similar sites. Milford is in the Delaware Valley School District.
Good luck! It's a big decision and not one to make lightly.... more
You may wish to consider improving your credit first and start saving a bit--currently FHA loans do require a minimum credit score of 620 and 3.5% down--there may be some lenders willing to work with a lesser score however, the interest rate may be higher. In the meantime, do pay all bills on time, pay off old debt, dispute any negatives, pay down debt, keep credit cards below 50%, etc.... more
Stephen, Your realtor should inform you that there is a chance that you will have to buy more than one property if you do this. At the very least you will lose any deposit money on anything you back out of without cause. Tred carefully.... more
Do you know how much it is supposed to be? That could narrow the search a little bit. Are you looking for something in particular? I would be more than happy to help you. I have extensive knowledge of the foreclosures in the area and would love to be of any assistance to you.... more
Excellent question. Because we haven't pushed hard enough and loud enough for it yet. Here's an idea...
Now let's band together and get it done. :-) Friend me on facebook.
Sold "As Is" generally means that the house is sold with all existing defects whether they are know or not. Anyone looking at a house being sold "as is" should realize that there are going to be problems/defects/repairs; obviously the house is in less than perfect condition.
The mortgage lender may require the house to be in a certain condition.
If you rent it out, you are required by law to provide certain basic necessities that make the dwelling livable; I believe one of those is a functioning toilet.
But to sell a house without functioning anything is acceptable as long as all known defects are disclosed.... more
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