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Cynthia.edwards1031 asked:
this is more of a complaint.... I have used you guys along with many of my friends and family without success.. Locating a home via the internet is suppose to be more convenient and efficient.…
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Karen Mognet asked:
Can I get someone to auction the house, It's on 12 acres an is in a Resort Area. I am waiting for a Appraiseal . It should be here this week.
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Lnettie21 answered:
It depends on why you are looking to buy a house. If you are buying a house not as an investor, then I would say go ahead and buy now. Even if you sell your house a few years from now for the same price you purchased it for, you made out because you inevitably lived free of rent / mortgage for those years. ... more
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Sweetshine17 answered:
Not always the case, you need to be approved for USDA loan. A USDA loan is 100% financing so you don't have to come up with 3.5% and even the closing costs can be added to the mortgage. There is an income requirement to qualify and the town where you're buying the house should be a USDA approved. High income towns do not qualify. Ask your agent which towns are USDA approved in your area . ... more
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Iixxravenxxii answered:
I applied for a loan through Navy Federal Credit Union.

They have 100% Financing Option with no Down Payment and no PMI.
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Angela M answered:
I'm not a mortgage professional but can tell you from personal experience that I contacted my mortgage company when I had paid 20% of the principal of my loan and requested that they remove the PMI. At first they said they didn't think I had 20% until I insisted they check again and I was right so they removed it. ... more
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Michelleb130 answered:
I just purchased a foreclosure home and the process is waiting on the bank to put the house up for bidding. Your more likely to get the house at a lower price but you need to get your bid in first. I had a realtor do mine and I'm very pleased.. ... more
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Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

I would need more details to determine how to help you but I can tell you there are mortgage programs that only require a 580 credit score.

If you have any questions or need any help with this you are welcome to get in touch with me ... more
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Jnmaragh answered:
I need to fill out an application to become a certified contractor
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Lra0419 asked:
It is ethical for a licensed brokers assistant, who works in the exact same office as the seller's agent, to offer less than a competitor with a significantly lower down payment and…
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Karen Peyton answered:
Trulia is not a real estate company, so there is no one to talk to. To find an agent, use the "Find an Agent" tab at the top of the page, or go back to the property page where agents are shown on the right side.

Don't contact the listing agent. You want an agent of your own...a Buyer's agent working for you!

Good luck!

Web Reference: http://www.BuyerBrokerAZ.com
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