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Cindy Collier answered:
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Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

You can exclude installment debts that have 10 months or less payments remaining.

The debts must be paid down to 10 months or less remaining payments before you apply for a mortgage or else they would generally have to be included in your debt to income ratio.

So what I'm saying is you can't apply for a mortgage then pay them down to 10 months or less and exclude them from the debt to income ratio while the mortgage is in process.

I can lend nationwide and I'm available almost 24/7.

If you would like help with this or have any questions you are welcome to contact me.
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Jonathan Lahey of The Lahey Group answered:
Hi,

If you still need or might need a home soon a new home i mean , we may help you. On this question it was answered nicely by Bruce .. Thanks!
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Luvmymouse answered:
Most landlords will require that your income is 2.5 times the rent. With your income, you are looking at rent of around the 400.00 amount. You might want to consider a section 8 housing area. You pay half and the govt would pay half.

Good luck in your search.
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Gregg Pomeroy answered:
I can also do other types of loans as well.

The best thing to do first is to get a pre approval.

Then we can figure out which programs is best for you.
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Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

The maximum you can borrow would be 100% of the purchase price. If he appraisal is higher then the purchase price you can still only borrow up to 100% of the purchase price.

In some areas of NY 100% financing is not available. If your in one of those areas the maximum you can borrow would be 96.5% of the purchase price.

One thing you are allowed to do in most programs is invlude up to a 6% sellers concession to use towards closing costs. So if you were buying the home for $160,000, you could make the sales price $170,000 with you getting $10,000 back to use for closing costs.

There are a lot of different options.

I mainly cover NY but can lend nationwide.

I'm avialable almost 24/7.

If you would like help with this you are welcome to contact me.
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Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

I have programs for mobile homes on land.

There are some requirements the home must meet.

I mainly cover NY but can lend nationwide.

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A few hours ago
Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

You would be able to combine all incomes.

The credit and debts for any borrowers on the loan would be considered.

You may not need to include everyone. You can just add whomever is needed to help you qualify for the amount your looking to borrow.

We have no money down and low money down programs avialable.

I can lend nationwide and I'm available almost 24/7.

If you would like help with this you are welcome to contact me.
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Harriet asked:
Hello Trulia,
I like to edit my listing (it's a rental condo I posted) but I cant see now. I like to edit . Please guide me how to edit it and where do I find my listing?
Thank you
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Christie.marchese answered:
My husband bought a home through v a 5 years ago and we been married only two. Well we are getting a divorce. My husband want to move out of are, and let me keep the house. I'm not working and sick with lyme disease. He said he will make payments until I get disability. Can we do this ... more
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Tracey asked:
If the Buyer is responsible does seller add this tax to their asking price? If Seller is responsible is then paid at the closing and is the tax determined in the county where the sellers…
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Yjma01 asked:
Contact, the closing date is passed, the buyer want to me sign extension but I refused. Can I back out the contract? I paid the title search fee.
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Starlairiscannon asked:
We're open to areas, have one kid right now, and dogs, but we need something affordable to star out with.
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That's not unethical...the seller received an offer that he liked so he took it. The sellers call the shots, not the agents.

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Greentekfirst answered:
Yes, all liens and mortgages would need to be satisfied before clear title can be conveyed.
This includes any back or delinquent taxes. A quick way to expedite a search prior to putting up earnest money would be an online lien and title search.

Suggestion: U.S. Title records Link: https://www.ustitlerecords.com
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