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A few minutes ago
Alan May answered:
Why "wonder" about it. Call a local loan officer and have them run the numbers for you.

A credit score in the 500's (yes, even the high 500's) is a low score and will make it more difficult to obtain a loan, or at the very least will cost you a higher interest rate. Good luck. ... more
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Alan May answered:
I don't know enough about the rules in Florida to answer your question with any accuracy.

The paragraph you've quoted gives you the option to sue for specific performance (forcing them to sell), or additional damages, above and beyond the return of your earnest money, I can't imagine that they'd be able to accept another offer over yours regardless of the reason.

It might be time to consult a real estate attorney... quickly.
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Shaun Ramos answered:
If you have a good credit score you will probably get much better terms buying the traditional way.
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maciej dziedzic asked:
... 0r maybe it is possible to be with standard broker and switch to referral agent license?
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I reached to Weichert Referral Associates but they make it difficult with all the paperwork…
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Ckel4881 answered:
I'm trying to see if I still own my house im in seed but but buyser how do I check the title
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John94870 answered:
I am looking to purchase a beach front condo in panama city Fl. and need more information on how a rental agency works. Regards!
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Joan Winters answered:
Contact the pest control company who conducted the original inspection. You may want to contact the licensing board as well for recourse. Drywood termites don't suddenly appear; they multiply slowly but relentlessly over the course of years. I recently sold a home in which there were drywood termites. It is far easier to tent prior to moving in, and the sellers paid for it of course prior to closing. As you said, the wings and droppings are readily apparent...unless they were cleaned up prior to showings. But by the time we had the inspections, there was plenty of evidence. The inspector noticed as soon as he walked in the door and said that he basically didn't need to see any more. (He of course still continued to check for subterranean of course and other WDO.)

Call your agent too. This should NOT have happened.
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Joan Winters answered:
If you are looking in the Sarasota/Manatee area, I would be more than happy to help you.
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Daniel Silver answered:
Have you looked into an Daniel Silver Loan Investment? You just need a 580 credit score to qualify with some lenders. Check out a site like The Lenders Network, they've helped a few clients of mine get approved with scores in the low 600s.contact Daniel Silver Loan Investment : daniel_loaninvestment@hotmail.com ... more
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Jenelle Rea asked:
Between me and my husband we can pay rent. We are looking to move by april/May 2018. We have two toddlers. We have bad credit due to medical bills and had to break a lease over 5 years ago.…
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Lilylily937 asked:
What does CA law say about this? Is the contract still valid in this situation? can i back out from the contract?
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Yesterday at 9:54pm
Mubeena Nurani Dossaji answered:
I don't have an answer, but I am a buyer and we are in negotiations with a buyer. The buyer is demanding that we use a specific lender and also specifying that we lend at a specific rate. This is in Illinois. Is this legal? We are actually qualifying for a better rate then what the buyer has specified. It seems shady to us. ... more
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Yesterday at 9:26pm
Ezmewrelda answered:
I really want a place in Clearlake but I'm reading all the negative posts What is a good location at the lake now I spent many summer's growing up in the Oaks and i guess that's not a desirable location anymore. So I'm looking at across the lake Buckingham ? I would love a old stoner community as I'm a old stoner or hippi can i please read something positive about the lake ? or a recommendation of places you might like that have a lake and woodsee owl nature I'm done with the city life I want to come home to the lake. A silly side note I always wave when changing lanes.
Thanks for the help
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