Good question. Your credit history will play a significant role in your ability to secure a loan. I recommend you contact a reputable area lender and ask them to analyze your particular situation. In doing so, you will not only find out whether you qualify, but you can ask for specific steps you can take to improve your credit score. Sometimes it's as simple as paying off a credit card. Best of luck.... more
The BK that is 2 years old will not hender the person from qualifying. The score is great and where it needs to be. It looks like the income is the key thing here. If this person has a 45% debt to income ratio or under than they are in pretty great shape to be able to a house.
As far as Buckeye programs. The programs in Buckeye would be the same through out the valley.
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To get the information you request, your agent should have given you a copy of the buyer advisory, which is a 9-12 page booklet that tells you where to go online to get this information. If you did not use a buyer's agent to buy your home, then ask the seller's agent for a copy of it. It's also possible that the department of real estate website has this booklet to download.
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You can use your local ARMLS or a Realtor to help you research HOA fees for the neighbourhoods you are interested. HOA fees vary due what amenities and improvements included in the development.... more
Yes, there are 12 properties that are currently available which require a minimum 1-month commitment. Here is a link to the listings:
For most purchases, the seller pays for the Realtor. As a buyer you wouldn't have to pay anything so you should definitely get a broker Realtor to assist you. You'll only need to pay for a Realtor if you're looking to buy properties from certain auctions or as a portfolio purchase, which doesn't apply to most buyers.... more
You are not a victim.
You are not without fault.
You tried to do this without your own agent; why?
At this point, maybe talking to the Agents' Broker would simplify things:
Understand that who get some commission and who doesn't, is really none-ya.
The fact that you did not sign the "DUAL" agreement is significant.
The fact that you already have a CONTRACT is significant.
No one can force you to AMMEND the Contract.
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My recommendation would be to come down prior to your move, familiarize yourself with the various areas, and then start looking. I moved here in 2005 from Seattle and rented, just like you guys. I came down on a scouting trip a month before my move, looked at a bunch of properties and submitted an application on one of them. There are so many rentals on the market that I think you should be able to find a good one and get it locked down the month before you move.... more