My advice is to start looking right away. Inventory is tight right now in your market area so you have no idea how long it will take you to find the home for you.
Lon ... more
If you are moving a distance,... you should have your job in place first.
Is there jobs? Yes but it is a vague question.
What you do for work there may or may not be ... more
If you have good rental history, be sure and get a letter from your landlord and provide that with any ... more
You should also ask your Realtor to verfiy if it is that important to you.
Good luck and may God bless
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I don't know all the details, but the APR can be affected by days of prepaid interest that are now being calculated accurately into the loan. I wouldn't think the di ... more
It all depend on the type of late and how good your credit score is....
Most lender require a clean 12 mo. history without any late payments of any kind - However, somet ... more
First of all, it makes good business sense. If the market is flooded and prices plummet, the banks lose. Banks are a business and like all businesses, t ... more
The problem is Winchester is part of the unincorporated area of the county of Riverside. The county lumps all the unincorporated areas together. These areas don't have much ... more
Of course it depends on ... more
Congratulation on making this decision to relocate to the Inland Empire!
Winchester is really close to Temecula / Murrieta - finding a job out here quick will depend o ... more
I understand your goals.
Your first step is to get qualified.
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