Garland is a great place to live with great schools. This community is very family oriented and close to shopping malls. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to help you find the right home for your family.... more
Trulia and other real estate websites are not current inventory. You need to pick 1 Realtor and work with them only on finding a home in your price range and location. Be loyal to who ever.
I have a lender that I use that goes as low as 600 for a mid. I would love the opportunity to earn your business and assist you in purchasing your first home. Please contact me when you have a moment to discuss. I look forward to hearing from you!
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Do not move there! I moved out early, gave them an entire month's rent, moved to another apt. their mgt. co. owns, and they are still trying to get an exrea 385.00 rent out of me. I am considering suing them for slandering my credit.... more
It would be very unusual for a conventional appraiser to even require such a small cosmetic repair. Just a little paint? I'd trade it off for $200 in closing costs, and have the seller get it painted. Heck, I'd probably just go in with a little paint and do it myself.
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Hi Lisa, I actually have a Grand home in Garland for sale right now!! I would guess the reason these neighborhoods are not listed is because they are new construction and if the sales are not noted in our MLS they may not be identified as popular because the actual activity is not being shown in our database (MLS). These are great neighborhoods, are you considering a move to Garland?... more
I guess i do not need to tell you the same answer as all of the other agents have already stated to call your local police department. We as Licensed Realtors can not say what is safe as you can live in the best part of town and still things happen. if you need an agent to help you please call me. Barbara Kind 469+-682-8668... more
Naima had a great answer, but I would add that if you're doing FHA, the 3-1/2% down is not something you can get from the seller. You actually have to bring the 3-1/2% to the table.
In the past the sellers were able to contribute toward closing costs and a buyer could potentially bring only 2-1/4% to the table, which includes the earnest money and other cash. Now, on a $100k house, you have to have the $3500 in your own money.
That being said, there are some great programs out there for First Time Homebuyers. Did you know that here in Dallas you can actually borrow against the Federal tax credit of 10% (up to $8,000) from agencies that don't charge any interest? And, you can use that money as your down payment or to cover closing costs! Usually the tax credit amount is much larger than the 3% to 6% allowed by lenders in seller concessions.