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lbarlow62 asked:
How was the purchase and construction experience? I am considering a cash offer and have concerns based on all the complaints placed on the internet. Any information will be greatly appreciated
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Michelle Holmquist asked:
Today our appraisal came back 13000 over asking...were suppose to close next friday..but she said the loan has to go back to underwriting for approval then has to go to usda to get approved…
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Dsmith answered:
Hello Shawna,
I am a senior loan officer with Gold Star Mortgage and I can work with a mid credit score as low as 600. I would love to work with you.
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Zarina Newman asked:
location, size, construction quality and age. appraiser Dont distinguish between 10 yo or new appliance. Carpet v hardwood v tile v laminate. Etc T/F
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Jspruce answered:
is there a certain amount time to determine if a creditor is owed money? If so, what is it for the state of Alabama?
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Taylor asked:
Are there real estate agents that do foreclosure auction property for buyers? I've asked several property agencies and they said they did not do auction properties. I am also thinking…
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Taylor asked:
Is it true that some homes require buying flood insurance in order to be financed by a lender, and if not, the bank will refuse the buyer's mortgage request? Thanks!
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Jennifer Harper answered:
The answer to your question will depend on what your executed contract states. Ask your Real Estate Agent or review your contract with the Seller to know what contingencies were negotiated into the contract and what the deadlines are/were. ... more
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Kyle Kay answered:
SELLER BEWARE Realtor agents are like lawyers if the mouth is moving you can count on it is what is in their interest and NOT yours

i witnessed a sale right in my own area that was illegal as it comes. a seller was selling their home with a local realtor. the realtor did nothing to advertise the home and the seller said that they were taking the home off the market. the broker called saying they have a buyer but the home is only worth 98,000. the sell decided to trust the broker and they sold the home. 7 days later in to a 30 day close the broker called and said the money was in his hand (untrue the check goes to the title company) and if they could get out now they can have the check. they move out on Thursday of that week the following Monday a moving truck pulls up and unloads the new owners stuff. i went to meet the new owner and ask how much they paid for the home ( i later verified it in public records as well) they told me 145,000 YEA 145K in 48 hours NOW that is a progressive real estate market a 47,000 value increase in a few days. and we say agents are the way to go. RIGHT if you want to be ripped off. just watch a few TV shows of the realtors in California where they lie to both parties to gain money for themselves. ... more
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Lerin Davenport answered:
Hi, do homes in Englewood, ohio for rent to own? Also what are the laws for rent to own homes? What rights does the renter/buyer have?
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Jennifer Harper answered:
Welcome to Las Vegas!

You can find some information on relocating to Las Vegas at:
http://www.lasvegashomesbyjennifer.com/information/relocating-to-las-vegas/

I'll be happy to email a free list of homes you may be interested in, just complete the form at:
https://form.jotform.com/62575326093156 and I can email homes that match your criteria.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.
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Jennifer Harper answered:
How to Sell Your Home

1. Prepare your home for sale
2. Find the Market Value for your Home by researching comparable sales, which have similar upgrades or improvements as yours, to get a more accurate valuation for your house
3. Analyze the current market condition of your area to determine a pricing strategy based on your needs.
4. Utilize an aggressive marketing strategy to expose your listing to as many prospective buyers locally, nationally and internationally
5. Negotiate the terms of a contract with Buyer's that are willing, able and capable of purchasing.
6. Ensure all mandatory disclosures are provided and documented.
7. Close escrow on the sale
8. Receive your proceeds from the sale

I recommend utilizing a good Realtor to Navigate you through the steps.

For a Free no-obligation Comparative Market Analysis Report (Step 2) feel free to request at: http://www.lasvegashomesbyjennifer.com/selling/home-valuation/
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