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Primary Resi…, Real Estate Pro in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Primary Residential Mortgage answered:
I am in the miltiary and i was reading that the 8K first time home buyers credit is extended for service members that were deployed between 1 Jan 09
Hello- It should be for any 90days within that time period as there is no indication otherwise.

You will qualify for the tax credit as long as you sign your purchase contract by Ap ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 23, 2010 Home Buying in Manhattan
Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Scott Godzyk answered:
I am 27, married and i am also a Staff Sergeant in the Army. I make around 55K a year and my wife is in her 2nd year of Vet school. I qualify for a VA
Your first step in answering your question is to meet with a local and trusted mortgage broker, they can prequailify you at no cost. This will tell you what price range you quailify for ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun May 23, 2010 Home Buying in Manhattan
Kelvi Cunnin…, Real Estate Pro in Manhattan, KS
Kelvi Cunningham answered:
When is this home available for move in?
I hope that since April you were able to find a rental property that suits you. Do you still need help you evaluating your rental options in Manhattan? I see you did not get any answers ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 23, 2010 Rentals in Manhattan
Patrick Thies…, Real Estate Pro in Elmhurst, IL
Patrick Thies SFR, CNC answered:
Am I ready to buy a house? I am 27, not married, no kids and a steady income. I work for the Federal Government and make $50,000 a year.
If you go conventional you will probably need 20% down. If you go FHA you would only need 3.5% down. You should talk to a lender to see what or if you can qualify for a loan based on ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 1, 2010 Home Buying in 66502
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Voices Member answered:
If buying home w/ Renters & can't move in for 6 mon. Can U still get Conven. loan & call it primary resident?
The answer would be no. The buyer must occupy the home within 60 days of closing.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 11, 2009 Home Buying in 66502
Katie Wolf, Real Estate Pro in Manhattan, KS
Katie Wolf answered:
What wil happen if we change mind on buying the house that our offer has been accepted?
I realize inspections are complete, but are you still within the inspection period? I would suggest since you are not represented that you call an attorney (and for future purchases fi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 4, 2009 Home Buying in Manhattan
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