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Amy Quimby, Real Estate Pro in Grand Prairie, TX
Amy Quimby answered:
Is it possible to lease a forclosed property? If so, what banks will do it?
I don't think that any banks would lease a foreclosed home.

Let me ask you this; if you funded a mortgage on a property for someone who eventually stopped making payments and you h ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Aug 1, 2015 Foreclosure in 76016
Amy Quimby, Real Estate Pro in Grand Prairie, TX
Amy Quimby answered:
I need a home loan with little to nothing down and I have bad credit.
I am not sure what you consider bad, but quite a few lenders will begin working with buyers who have a 580 credit score. Unfortunately, the process will take longer than the typical 30 ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Aug 1, 2015 Home Buying in 76016
Susie Kay, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Susie Kay answered:
How much will not owning the mineral rights to my home effect it's resale value?
It is very common in Fort Worth for sellers wanting to keep mineral rights. I personally have not seen a problem in selling a home in the future because of it. I would suggest that you ... more
1 vote Share Flag Tue Jun 2, 2015 Home Buying in 76016
Shawn Ramsey, Real Estate Pro in Arlington, TX
Shawn Ramsey answered:
How much will not owning the mineral rights to my home effect it's resale value?
Not every home in Arlington keeps their mineral rights. My clients hardly ever lose their mineral rights. Even if it is advertised that the seller is keeping them, my clients end up g ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 27, 2011 Home Buying in 76016
Sharon Argir,  in Arlington, TX
Sharon Argir answered:
How much do i qualify for a house?
You need to talk with a Local Lender who knows the programs that are available for your area for first time home buyers. I have 2 great guys I work with that get my loans done without h ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 30, 2011 Home Buying in 76016
Don Groff, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Don Groff answered:
Is the interest rate information in section C of Texas 3rd party financing addendum the buyer's desired interest rate or a rate provided by the?
Typically this is the highest rate you would accept for financing. In a contract there are many ways to proved a "get out' for buyers. This is one of them. When I represent ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 10, 2011 Home Buying in 76016
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