You can start with:
Yes FHA allows non-occupying co-signer to reside outside the state you are buying in.
Yes you are required to have a 2yr work history...if it's not consecutive with your curr ... more
Very simply.....ALL buyers should seek their own personal representation. To do anything else is to invite the potential for a "conflict of interest."
I'd be curious to kno ... more
the seller's agent needed to call a "right" people, perhaps a management of the bank ... more
I have never once had a seller hold up a sale.. So fill in the HUGE blank of w ... more
When are you planning to buy?
Hope you are warm and toasty today!!
I would be happy to help if you are not :) I was just showing a bunch in W. St. Paul last weekend.
Pretty much each agent is an 'Exclusive Buyer Agent' as you both sign an 'Exclusive Right to Represent Buyer' and they are representing you as a buyer. There is no 'dual a ... more
There are no formulas. You will get for the house what someone feels it is worth today.
Sign up with a Realtor and have them do a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis- ... more
Finding a good lender is key. If you belong to the teacher's credit union you might find some good loans through them. Check out a couple of lenders. The lenders can also ... more