You have some very strong points such as your high 780 credit score and your 10 year employment history.
I recommend that you talk with Doug Jon ... more
Association: Santa Clara County Association of Realtors
There is the HOA CC&R's, By Laws, Rules and Regulations, Minutes, Newsletters, Budgets and Project ... more
I like the area. I have several clients who own homes in this area and they like it.
However I have found that the best way for you to tell ... more
I understand your question to be if there are problems living under electric power lines.
There have been claims that the electric field su ... more
The answer is â€œit dependsâ€.
A condominium is a dwelling type where you own your respective unit (usually from the drywall/plaster inward), and y ... more
Would you like to schedule a free, no obligation consultation to learn about buying a home ... more
go to www.RentOMeter.com and it will help you weed through the false pricing.
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Most banks and credit unions do not allow non-occupant co-borrowers on HELOC's. Credit unions tend to have more liberal underwriting guidelines for HELOC's, so I sugges ... more
Landlords can be very selective.
You will proba ... more
Don't give up! Now is a good time to buy because prices are starting to go up. If you wait, you may end up paying more. Just keep trying.
SR Realty ... more
This property is still 'active'. Any offers the agent or seller may have received are private. If you are interested in the property I would be happy to help you.
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It is unlikely that a refinance to a lower payment, with no cash out, would cause any problems with your new purchase. It should acually help you to qualify. In today's ... more
As far as i understand, If buyer is an FHA buyer, seller can NOT keep the deposit, no matter what. Good luck!