Anaya, What is your current credit score? I have a lender that can approved lower scores than most lenders will touch. email me at email@example.com If we find you are still out of reach, we can set you up on a search for rent to own homes.... more
Contact support at Trulia and report them, then go to the UCE and report them get ready, the Gov is way to busy penalizing real people like us to chase the real cons and crooks. Your best bet is Trulia... more
Remove a fraudulent ad on your site.I emailed your company 2 hours ago. There is a fraudulent ad on your site. I am a Real Estate Broker and am managing the property at 335 N. Graham, Indpls IN
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Talk with your Realtor they always have tried and true recommendations. The lenders I work with I know will get my clients to close with as little stress as possible. There is nothing worse then a lender that the day before closing lets you know they can't close on time. Or your sitting at the closing table and are literally waiting for the settlement statement . A good lender is just one of the pieces of the purchasing experience but can make it either smooth or a night mare.
You can check with local Title companies and ask them what certain lenders reputation to close are.
they will let you know also.... more
Sad crummy situation. The seller is suppose to disclose all known defects even in a for sale by owner situation the seller has to fill out the state disclosure form.
If an inspection was completed 4 years prior a lot can happen within that time frame and wouldn't of put any weight on its relevance as this homes condition. You need to talk with an attorney but also talk with your Real Estate agent. The seller saying the HVAC was new when it wasn't but in fact old and at end of life is misrepresentation. Was this listed with a Real Estate agent? Try to have your agent and their agent resolve if they can't resolve then you will need legal council.
Very few transactions go like the one your unfortunately in.... more
Nope. A short sale is when a bank (the lender) allows the home to be sold for less than what the current owners owes to the lender. In some states the bank can then go after the ex-owner fro the money the bank lost allowing the sale. Those are called recourse states.... more
You should definitely work with an attorney throughout this process to ensure that you don't break any laws yourself. As far as proving that illegal work was done goes though, you should talk to an electrician. A professional electrician would be able to tell you whether or not the work was properly done. If it wasn't you can decide with your lawyer how to move forward, and if it was, you will probably need some electrical work done anyway because you obviously have some electrical issues in your house.
Hi there! There may be some landlords who would consider you even with the eviction if you are able to put down a higher security deposit. It would also help if you have contacted the property who filed your eviction and make payment arrangments with them to pay it off. Get that in writing and show it to the landlord that you apply with. Or if you've already taken care of the eviction, make sure you have a receipt showing the debt is paid.
Best Wishes!... more
I think it's great you're looking for a home with a nice neighborhood and good schools. That's one of the things my wife and I try to make a priority. A good place to start when you're looking it to pull up home listings in the area you want, and then to contact the realtor or the people selling the home. You can ask them about the area and see if the house is within your budget. http://scottveerkamp.com/listings/... more
Be mindful that such web sites are third party sites, so the information is fed by various sources, therefore data is not really verified. If you choose not to work with an agent of your own always verify ownership before exchanging any money/personal information--make certain they are who they claim to be. Never wire any money, if it sounds too good to be true, it is. For scam related information see link.