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Solomonjohnson911 answered:
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Solomonjohnson911 answered:
Try to look over hundreds of properties in Mesa, AZ on the website I've just referred. Maybe it will help you :)
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Leann.edick answered:
When house sales how long does tentnt have to move
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Cinotag answered:
My credit score was around 545. I had a judgement from 2012 and charge offs so my credit dropped over the years. I could not get a better job and was rejected for mortgage loan 4 times. However, I spoke with a mortgage specialist about purchasing and her advice was to get my credit score up to 750 at least, because according to her everything i needed to qualify for a USDA loan was to get my credit score up. Now we have a home in Gaston County North Carolina and I am with stable income!!! The decline in credit was due to pregnancy related complications leading to job loss in February 2011. I fixed my credit score with the help of (PYRAMIDEYE.HACK@OUTLOOK.COM) just in 2 days. You all can reach him via his mail and free yourself from rent bills,unnecessary debts and bankruptcy. ... more
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Mrhardt1984 asked:
I lived in a 1br condo that I just started renting out. I bought a new condo that I just moved into. I was able to afford both condos on my salary without an issue. Another condo popped…
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A few hours ago
Alex Foraker answered:
You may find my website of value. I've predefined search result predominately for King and Pierce counties in WA for multi family. You can however search surrounding areas in WA. Listings can be refined by city, building such as duplex, triplex, 4plex and many other amenities. Listings are updated almost instantly from the MLS in addition to capability to save search notifications for newly listed properties.
I would be happy to keep you informed of properties per any requested criteria as well. There is a very high demand for rentals and seemingly ongoing increases in market rental rates making for a good return on many multi family properties.
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Yesterday at 10:49pm
Alex Foraker answered:
I'm likely a little late on this as I'm sure your inspection contingency timeline has expired but I thought it was a good question to answer for future reference. The home inspection contingency is very vague, essentially you don't have to define any certain repair items to rescind the contract.
An inspection response addendum would be sent to the seller suggesting buyers inspection of the property is disapproved and earnest money shall be refunded. You would also not need to provide the inspection report to the seller. Hope everything worked out. Regards,
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Yesterday at 10:23pm
Alex Foraker answered:
I would suggest consulting with the loan officer doing the refinance. Essentially any new debt could change your debt to income ratio or the amount the bank will allow for financing. Generally speaking I wouldn't advise any change in financials during a refinance. ... more
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Yesterday at 10:17pm
Alex Foraker answered:
Hi John, you can look at the county assessor websites which are public information to obtain an owner name. You can simply Google King County Assessor to follow a link to the website as it appears you're interested in Des Moines. I would be happy to provide information as well if you'd like to send me an email with requested criteria. Please advise if you need further assistance, happy to help. ... more
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Yesterday at 10:08pm
Kathy Burgreen answered:
I'm in Westchester and there are senior housing communities in New Rochelle, Rye, Yonkers, Ardsley, White Plains, etc. I tried typing the list of places and Trulia would not publish it because I received "The content does not meet our community guidelines." I emailed them to complain so being a holiday, let me see if they respond.

Go to senior housing net to look up places.
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Yesterday at 10:08pm
Alex Foraker answered:
This property was built in 1990. The tax records reflect an upcoming auction however I was unable to locate any information or an auction date. Trulia and other sites often list distressed properties on their sites that are not yet actively listed on the MLS or upcoming auctions. It was previously sold in 05 02 01 and 94. You can search foreclosure, short sale and traditional sales in the area on my website. New listings are updated within minutes of being on the MLS. Please advise if I can assist and good luck with your search! ... more
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Yesterday at 9:55pm
Cinotag answered:
My credit score was around 545. I had a judgement from 2012 and charge offs so my credit dropped over the years. I could not get a better job and was rejected for mortgage loan 4 times. However, I spoke with a mortgage specialist about purchasing and her advice was to get my credit score up to 750 at least, because according to her everything i needed to qualify for a USDA loan was to get my credit score up. Now we have a home in Gaston County NC and I am with stable income!!! The decline in credit was due to pregnancy related complications leading to job loss in February 2011. I fixed my credit score with the help of (PYRAMIDEYE.HACK@OUTLOOK.COM) just in 2 days. You all can reach him via his mail and free yourself from rent bills,unnecessary debts and bankruptcy. ... more
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Yesterday at 9:53pm
Kathy Burgreen answered:
The previous answer is wrong. If you are listed with a realtor, your realtor needs to have Trulia correct it - not you. That is what you are paying a commission for. Why are you doing your agent's job? If you are trying to help out your realtor, you need to renegotiate the commission and reduce it by 1%. Think about it - you are paying your realtor and you are doing their job for them?? ... more
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Yesterday at 9:50pm
Alex Foraker answered:
Hi Nancy, something to consider if buying as non owner occupied is whether the association has percentages of rental units allowed in the complex. This can be obtained by contacting an association or a resale certificate upon an executed offer. Rental rates seemingly continue to rise in the area, I would suggest $1200-$1400 may be obtainable on the average condo depending on amenities and or square foot. I would be happy to provide an evaluation of market rental rates or help accommodate your search if you're still looking. Regards, ... more
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Yesterday at 9:44pm
Kathy Burgreen answered:
No the IRS will not force you out of your home immediately. However, the IRS can do the following:

They can garnish your income
They can place a lien on your home
They can foreclose on your home
If retired, they can reduce your Social Security income
They can seize your bank account

If you owe the IRS money, time to pay up.
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Yesterday at 9:34pm
Alex Foraker answered:
The HOA delinquencies can have an effect on financing approval. Essentially banks have criteria per the resale certificate in regards to non owner occupancy and delinquency percentages especially for FHA approval. Something to keep in mind is that everything is negotiable, perhaps a buyer contribution can be discussed. Those numbers can also fluctuate monthly depending on percentage required. A lender can also often do a spot approval or review of the association for approval without conditions of adjustment percentages of delinquencies. Best of luck with your sale, I hope it works out. ... more
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