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Lateshs answered:
Please deactivate my account. I do not have any use for it anymore. Thank you.
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Karen Peyton answered:
You know Katy, while we'd love to help, this is a question we cannot answer. We just don't know enough about your home, the market conditions in Shreveport, your motivation and timeline for selling, etc., etc.

Rely upon your agent who knows these things for the best advice! Ask them to review the comps again, average days on market for your type of home in your area, and the statistical data indicating how much the market may or may not slow as you move into fall. Tell them also your thoughts and listen to their suggestions.

There's nothing wrong with reducing to your absolute minimum, but if you're going to push your back to the wall, I think it's best to get the information first. On the other hand, information or not, it's always your call.

Best of luck!
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Karen Peyton answered:
Your sister will have to refinance the mortgage loan to remove your name. A refinance is the process.
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Karen Peyton answered:
In my opinion, the question may not necessarily be the legality of the purchase, but that of title insurance. If the Seller's attorney says it's legal...great! However it's the title company's job to issue title insurance and if you're borrowing money on the purchase it is most likely a requirement (condition) of getting the loan.

In my opinion you need title insurance! Call the title company and ask "what" if anything can be done to satisfy underwriting. If they say probate, you'll have a decision to make about whether or not to hang around until it's completed.

Truly, the best angle (in no uncertain terms) is spending a few bucks to have your OWN attorney review and communicate with the Seller's attorney.

Again, just my opinion.

Best of luck!
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Bonbon143 answered:
Hello! I have a beautiful home for rent in South Squirrel Hill - condition is great and move-in ready with stainless steel appliances. It's right next to the bus stop, and will take you to Pitt in 20mins.

Please take a look.
https://www.trulia.com/rental/4031378062-1067-Flemington-St-Squirrel-Hill-PA-15217
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Karen Peyton answered:
You'll have to contact an attorney for legal advice on this one. When you call to make an appointment, ask what documents they will need to review and take them with you.

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Karen Peyton answered:
The lowest price single family residence in the city/town of Maricopa Is $140,000 for a 3bed, 2 bath with 1,056 square feet. Doing a quick calculation of the numbers with 25% down, P&I would be approximately $564 (30 years @ 5%) + HOA at $62 monthly + taxes at $136 per month + insurance estimated at $65 per month...your total payment would be "around" $827. The lowest rent for a larger home (1,457 square feet) has an ask of $1,000.

Worth pursuing...You tell me. Email if I can be of assistance.
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Terry Hogan answered:
Good evening. If this property still available I am interested in renting your unit.
Contact email hogant429@gmail.com
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Karen Peyton answered:
You don't say why you were turned down. Were you given an explanation. There could be many reasons.
If you'd like a referral to another lender who may be able to shed some light on how to fix whatever is wrong, email me with "lender referral" in the subject line, and remind me of the details. ... more
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Karen Peyton answered:
You'd do best to get a few bids from contractors. If by chance a neighbor has the type of setup you want, ask them for a referral.
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