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Jack Weaver, Home Buyer in Manchester, PA
Jack Weaver asked:
is $1,880 price right ?
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 8, 2014 Home Buying in Mount Wolf
Brian Nguyen, Real Estate Pro in Mission Viejo, CA
Brian Nguyen answered:
Can you buy a house without your spouse on the loan in the state of pa?? Someone told me that a new law was passed and you not allowed to do this???
It is definitely possible to get a loan with only your name on it. In this scenario this means that only your finances will be look at though. Your spouse's credit score, income, assets ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 19, 2013 Home Buying in Mount Wolf
Sharon Harris, Real Estate Pro in Hanover, PA
Sharon Harris answered:
I have squatters living at my home in Mount Wolf, PA.. How do I get them out?
Sheriff and or police dept will work.Go explain your issue and file paperwork needed to have them removed.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 23, 2013 Home Buying in Mount Wolf
Lisa, Home Owner in Mount Wolf, PA
Lisa answered:
Who do you contact about being notified of a homeowners assoc. after you buy a home that you were told there was none and recieve a bill.
I am Lisa,
And yes the neighbors were asked and they said there had been one but it was disbanned. The listing agency and the agent were in the same company. Were asked specifically if ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 2, 2012 In My Neighborhood in Mount Wolf
Alan Wells R…, Real Estate Pro in Lebanon County, PA
Alan Wells REALTOR® CDPE RE/MAX of Lebanon County answered:
We have lived in parsonages for 38 yrs; therefore we have no down payment, are there homes in Mt Wolf that could be purchased on a rent to own basis?
It can be very difficult to find rent to own properties, however there are loan programs that can get you in with no money down. There should be home in the Mt Wolf area that would work ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 6, 2011 Home Buying in Mount Wolf
David Burnham, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
David Burnham answered:
If my house is only worth 155 k and I owe 177 k is there any programs that could help me?
You are probably going to have to sit tight for a little while. Over time, the principle balance on your loan will decrease and your home should appreciate a little. Within a couple o ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 19, 2011 General Area in 17347
Familyman7777, Home Seller in Mount Wolf, PA
Familyman7777 answered:
I am looking for a home to rent in the Sherman Oaks housing development for 1 year with an intent to purchase at the end of that year.
Are you looking in a certain price point and what is your current situation?
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 12, 2010 Rentals in Mount Wolf
Barbara Q., Other/Just Looking in Bergen County, NJ
Barbara Q. answered:
What is the best way to sell my home quickly without sacrificing too much on the selling price?
Pam- All the answers were helpful - but Joe made a good point regarding "move in certified"

LYNN 911's answer was right on target.
What can you do to make your home stand out from ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 25, 2009 Home Selling in 17347
Jeff, Home Buyer in Cocoa, FL
Jeff answered:
If house is not worth what you paid for it can you refinance for its current value?
NO. I have tried. The state needs to re-access our homes and help with the difference. That will fix the economy and keep people from de faulting on there loans. The BIG answer is no ho ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jan 6, 2009 General Area in 17347
RGRDC, Both Buyer and Seller in York County, PA
RGRDC answered:
Moving from NJ to Mount Wolf, anything that I should know?
Yes, one important thing is that they have one of the highest school taxes in York County. If I remember correctly only York City has a higher tax rate but the cost of the homes are mu ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 7, 2008 General Area in Mount Wolf
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