First go to a lender and get your pre-qualification letter. This will determine how much house you can afford. There is even a calculator online if you google, how much house can I afford. It gives you a breakdown based off of your income and debt.
Rent and mortgage payments vary depending on what you are looking to pay... sometimes a mortgage is lower than rent-... more
With FHA you now will have to pay for PMI for the life of the loan. On conventional you will also have to pay PMI, but if you put 20% down you can avoid PMI all together, which I would suggest if you can do so. It will lower your monthly payment significantly by being able to axe that PMI.... more
According to MLS, there are currently only 8 unis available in that development and given that there are over 170 units total, I don't think that is an inordinate amount of units for sale. If you are interested in seeing any of the units, I would be happy to assist you.... more
Hello Victor. You could always visit your county clerks office.
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De Vonte Williamson
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If I had the address, I might be able to assist you. In cases of distressed sales, banks usually don't allow related to parties to purchase the property. However, if the deed has already been recorded and switched over to the bank, they may be willing to do so. But, above all, you would certainly need to disclose to the bank that you were a relative. I would consult a real estate attorney just to make sure about your potential legal impllcations. If I can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact me.... more