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Faialchick answered:
Ownership of a manufactured home in a cooperative park is akin to ownership of a condo in that when you buy the home, you also acquire an interest in the land. The park fees go to an association run by the residents, who elect a board of directors from the residents. I David vote on how to spend that money such fixing roads in the park, plowing, etc. The difference from a condo is that you actually own the home itself, and if you ever wanted to move it out to another Park you could have it moved whereas a condo obviously stays where it is. The land can never be sold out from underneath you and if you go to sell your home, your interest in the land as a resident is sold with the home. There are 123 of this type of parks in the state of New Hampshire, visit the New Hampshire Community Loan funds website and they will give you a list of all of those resident owned communities. Lenders will give you a cheaper interest rate if you buy your home in a manufactured Park Cooperative community because of that added stability of that type of ownership. ... more
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Info.johnk2016 answered:
Direct providers of Fresh Cut BG, SBLC and MTN

We are direct providers of Fresh Cut BG, SBLC and MTN which are specifically for lease, our bank instrument can be engage in PPP Trading, Discounting, signature project(s) such as Aviation, Agriculture, Petroleum, Telecommunication, construction of Dams, Bridges, Real Estate and all kind of projects.

We do not have any broker chain in our offer or get involved in chauffer driven offers.

We deliver with time and precision as setforth in the agreement. Our terms and Conditions are reasonable, below is our instrument description.

The procedure is very simple; the instrument will be reserved on euro clear to be verified by your bank, after verification an arrangement will be made for necessary bank documents and stock testing expenses, the cost of the Bank Guarantee will be paid after the delivery of the MT760,

DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTS:

1. Instrument: Bank Guarantee (BG/SBLC)
2. Total Face Value: Eur 5M MIN and Eur 10B MAX (Ten Billion USD).
3. Issuing Bank: HSBC Bank London, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank Frankfurt.
4. Age: One Year, One Month
5. Leasing Price: 5% of Face Value plus 1% commission fees to brokers.
6. Delivery: Bank to Bank swift.
7. Payment: MT-103 or MT760
8. Hard Copy: Bonded Courier within 7 banking days.

The Leased Instruments includes: BG’s, Insurance Guarantees, MTN, (SBLC) Standby Letters of Credit and Third Party Guarantees such as a standby forward commitment to purchase or a standby loan. If you are a potential Investor or Principle looking to raise capital, we will be happy to answer any questions that you have about this opportunity and to provide you with all the details regarding this services.

Our BG/SBLC Financing can help you get your project funded, loan financing, please let me know if you are interested in any of our services, by providing you with yearly renewable leased bank instruments. We work
directly with issuing bank lease providers, this Instrument can be monetized on your behalf for 100% funding.

We are ready to close leasing with any interested client in few banking days, if interested do not hesitate to contact me direct. [via Contact Form Below]

Regards

John Kane
Email: info.johnk2016@gmail.com
Skype: info.johnk2016@gmail.com
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Jean answered:
No bars on the windows. No garbage all over.
If you don't like open range with cattle, horses and sheep all over stay in the cities where you belong. Where we live Californians are fleeing to because they have created their own hellish kind of society. They let the brush and trees grow untrimmed, they don't spray their weeds. They are flaky and unreliable. It's not where you live but who you live with. Stay in the rat hole, with the criminals you created Californians! ... more
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Brenda asked:
We know nothing about deeds and new mortgages. My husband and I did our transaction 25 years ago and are clueless. Should she be worried?.
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Yj_hong answered:
Try the PropertyOwners service at https://LocaLoqa.com/@PropertyOwners where property sales stand next to their property (on map and listing) ready for Q&A with potential buyers.

The service carries hundreds of thousands properties, and the one you're interested in may be there already. If not, you can also add your question right at the property location awaiting for the owner to join to respond to your question. ... more
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Yesterday at 10:28pm
Aaron Knutson answered:
We can finance properties with loans in litigation and rates are still good. Starting Jan. 1, 2018 it will require 20% down. Interest rates are decent though.
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Yesterday at 9:34pm
Tfx327 asked:
Hello, I’m looking for sponsor units with No Board Approval coops. I was told by an agent that those usually require full cash payment, is this true?
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Yesterday at 8:52pm
Kevin Jones answered:
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Yesterday at 8:52pm
Yahve Elmm asked:
What can i do to protect myself from being sued from the bank and not lose my deposit.And can i switch the process so thst i buy a 1 family instead of me.Also is any of this going to damage…
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Yesterday at 8:09pm
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Yesterday at 7:31pm
Kathy Burgreen answered:
FHA loan is a type of loan for buyers which allows a minimum of 3.5% down payment and is not quite as strict with credit scores. This is a great option for buyers who don't have enough cash for a larger down payment. ... more
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Yesterday at 7:26pm
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Try using a local lender instead of Quicken loans and ask the lender if they can have underwriting manually approve the loan instead of going thru automatic desktop underwriting.
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Yesterday at 7:21pm
Ronnilynnolson answered:
Yes got evicted, me my adult boys and 3 dogs need a place to live by tommaro i dont know what too do please help if you cani dont know what else to type were going to lose everything we own iv wrote more than 25 i dont know what. You want me too type ... more
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