I have a great lender that we can connect you with to determine what you can afford. Once we determine what financing will work we'll go to work to find you a home that fits your needs. I would love to help!... more
Not only does the property need to be approved for Sec 8 federal rental assistance - but the owner of the property has to agree to accept Sec 8 tenants. Beyond that - please provide me with the specific property address and I'll look into it for you...... more
Our local MLS does offer a limited number of rental properties. I could check those for you. You can also check at your neighborhood food store (i.e Cub, Rainbow, etc.) - they typically have a bunch of print publications near the entry/exit doors for rental units.... more
as the spouse of a vet I can tell you that VA is a no down loan up to a certain price. otherwise a very small down at a larger loan. Talk with a loan office and then contact a me to help you buy in Minnesota. Good house hunting.we thank you for your service.... more
Ron is right. When you want to buy a home the best place to start is to hire an Exclusive Buyer Agent. EBAs only work with homebuyers and there is never a conflict of interest that will jeopardize your negotiating position. Visit www.naeba.org for a referral to an Exclusive Buyer's Agent in your area.
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Your question isn't exactly in my, or any other realtors wheelhouse. This is the domain of lenders and loan originators. I have worked with clients in the past who were able to take advantage of VA loans or down payment assistance programs which essentially allowed for 100% financing. My "go to" lending source are the folks over at iLoan:
Go ahead and try out Kirscher Law firm in Roseville. Email the main processor Rose email@example.com. Phone # (651) 209-8440
2489 Rice Street, Suite 75
Roseville, MN 55113
Their fee structure is the best in my mind, and I would disagree with the statement "They are telling us 95% of the time banks reject attorney fees". I have found it to be the opposite, but either way worst case Rose can tell you how much comes out of your commission. I can't remember if it is $500 or closer to the $750.
And Dan is right this is a BARGAIN to you! When I first got into real estate that seemed to be all I did was negotiate my own SS, and you waste so much time doing all the admin junk with the lender. Not only that, but this is not your strong suit then you will be lost trying to understand all the paperwork and procedures that go along with a short sale.
There is something I learned from my first broker which was "don't step over dollars to pick up pennies". Even though you may have a low priced listing I can promise you it is worth the risk to use an attorney.
Unfortunately mistakes on internet sourced web sites are quite common. Information on computer generated websites such as Trulia pull data from many different places. A Real Estate Professional can monitor websites for missing and inaccurate information to have corrections made on line. A Real Estate Professional can assist both sellers and buyers in determining accurate information and true market value based on individual markets and neighborhoods relying on more accurate and up to date data.
Rose Pilkenton, Realtor
St. Paul, MN
I have a home I'm selling in Henderson, NV, which is just 8 miles from the Las Vegas strip and about the same number of miles to Lake Mead. Lake Mead is a large lake and a National Recreation area for NV and AZ. You would have the best of both worlds here; night life and your lake within short distances apart. My home is in Dell Webb's Anthem area. Unfortunately or fortunately, it is in a n age-restricted 55+ part of town, which is the case of most of the homes in this prestigious area. Let me know if you want more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.