First, to try to put this into perspective,....
Usually offers are accepted SUBJECT TO Bank approval.
You did not get approval as it was. You and the seller got a countero ... more
My office is just a short distance away.
410-35 ... more
In my opinion, buy now. Even if prices were to go down a bit more (which in my opinion, I don't think they will),
the interest rates are more than likely to increase. ... more
I think that owning a home instead of renting is in most cases a good idea. It does depend on how long you are planning on living there. If you will be there for another 2 plu ... more
While i do not know the legality of raising the rate the HELOC, it is still considered a mortgage since it is liened against the property. i would go back over the paperw ... more
Not a whole lot you can do if the seller (the builder) does not want to negotiate to $340,000 you can't make him take that offer. Where did you come up with a price of $340,000? ... more
If you did; than probably not. Even without a Buyer Broker Agreement; there is probably a ... more
If you can provide an email address, I will be more than happy to see what is available in that price range and so forth.
The best short answer is, "it depends."
Let's separate assets from down payment for a minute. Many other posts here on Trulia have addressed the down payment issue, so I ... more
Legally - no. You signed a contract that says you recognize that the incentive is tied to using NVR mortgage. Why do you want to change lenders? Usually, almost alwa ... more
Ba ... more
You can certainly make the payments to keep the home from foreclosure as you are on the title, Evicting a legal owner would be difficult, but you would have to consult a fami ... more
Keller Williams Realty