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Watt_1994 asked:
I am a female in engaged to a female. We are looking for a place that provides a safe environment for us and for when we start a family.
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Jessica Bateman answered:
You can search for FHA approved condos on the HUD website. For more information on finding and getting approved for FHA approved condos visit

https://thelendersnetwork.com/fha-approved-condos/ ... more
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Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
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Themanors11 asked:
Admissions I work in Addictions and my wife at College campus.. we are looking to move by April. Our combine income is $6500/mo. Although we are working on our credit thru Lexington Law…
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Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
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Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
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Maricris A answered:
Hi,

I sent an email to you about this concern.

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Maricris
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A few hours ago
Malcolm Lawson answered:
Start talking to a mortgage lender. They may be able to help you clean up your credit before you actually purchase a home. They can also talk to you about loan programs like FHA which I believe sometimes only require 3% down. ... more
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horseofgold answered:
Since it is nearly spring, you should be receiving many offers from local realtors for a free home analysis. I always use those. I've been buying and selling for many years and own multiple properties. I purchase from realtors ( I'm not losing any money on fees) and sell fsbo. Get a good real estate lawyer. Good luck! ... more
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Leohaas answered:
Open a bank account (or better: a credit union account) and deposit it. If it is over $10k, deposit it in dribs and drabs , or the bank/credit union is required to report it to the feds. If you apply this strategy, avoid amounts close to $10k because if you deposit near $10k multiple times, you raise suspicion. Ensure the entire amount is deposited at least 3 months prior to you needing the proof, otherwise the lender will still ask you where the money came from. Unless you have a decent explanation, of course...

Don't be upset that this is what you will need to do. After all, you want the system to give you a loan. That means you will have to work with the system. Which includes having a bank account to begin with. How else are you going to pay the mortgage?
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A few hours ago
Eve Zindorf asked:
Cannot get a confirmation code to list my ad - checked box is frozen on text me & I need a phone call -no texting available to me
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Ross Gerami answered:
Really stay away from Homes.com they should be shut down, they are very deceptive and I never did not even receive 1 lead.
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Latronda Smith answered:
Are there any houses for rent in my area of 48198 that accept section 8?
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Rawhide answered:
In Colorado, that would be a license law violation, and a complaint could be filed with the State Division of Real Estate. I would be surprised if that was not also the case in California. They have the ability to investigate a complaint and discipline the license of the broker.

If the broker was a REALTOR, he would also be in violation of Article 1 of the REALTOR Code of Ethics. Filing at the local REALTOR Association is simple to do. The hard part is proving that your offer was never submitted. Unless you can get the seller to testify for you that he never saw your offer, you may not prevail. The REALTOR Association is not an investigative body.

Such behavior is unconscionable. I am sorry you were treated that way by a member of our industry.
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