Your credit score isn't really factored into what you can afford - it's mainly used as a qualifying factor. Your income, the ratio of your current debt to that income, t ... more
You may not want to hear this, but..you shoud really be concentrating on improving your credit before even thinking of trying to borrow money t ... more
Unfortunately the state of Texas has made "rent to own" very, very difficult and as such, most home owners who are familiar with the laws will not do it.
Have you tried ... more
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I think you have made a great decision. I happen to have a listing in Mesquite that is currently off the market but is still available and I can show it to you if you ... more
Mesquite traditionaly has been an affordable community compared to others in the metroplex. And just like others Mesquite has experience a reduction in values because of for ... more
Your best course of action may be to visit other builders and evaluate their offerings. Armed with this information, you will be in a good position to present your case.
You would pay rent plus a few extra dollars every month that would be applied tow ... more
Buying a home in January, it will depend on the interest rates available then. If you'd consider buying a home/town home now, I can tell you that interest rates do vary ... more
If there needs to be any repairs, the seller(usually a bank) do not want to make any repairs.
I have seen some instances that they were done.
You need a good realtor with an ... more