The way buyers deal with the rates is less "margin + index = rate 5 years from now", and more money spent per month. Majori ... more
VA loans ... more
To rent a condo, you'll need:
1) to have employment sufficient enough to pay for the apartment
2) to have a developed credit his ... more
It's trouble for the unit owner, you personally, and agents involved...
Besides eviction, ... more
You can try to work with the county to see if (due to some type of hardship) things could be wor ... more
Sorry for your loss.
It sounds like you have been working as a contractor.
Lenders, however, sadly, favor salaried work.
Lenders like stability and old-fashioned-ly ... more
I agree that often associations don't know their own management companies do things like ... more
If yes, you need to get things fixed by the developer/builder.
If not, you can sue the builder, but first ... more
Check out if some special assessments were included in the monthly maintenance fee (vs. paid separately). Also, check if your condo association could outsource your bui ... more