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Dwithamwei asked:
As possible. Can you help guide me. He is currently over seas and won't be back until two weeks before he is to report last week in July. Can you help me
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Jjozzy39 answered:
You can go below 580, My Loan Is Your Loan has a direct lender who works with buyers down to a 550 fico score for FHA and VA purchase loans. 580 and above are the big scores if you only want to put 3.5 percent down, anything below 580 you will need 10% down to purchase. They do offer VA loans for veterans down to a 550 credit score with no down payment needed.
Contact us via mrharryscottloancompany@gmail.com
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I would like to unsubscribe
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Nuriasuleyman asked:
why you mess the truia web guys. i can't check flood, crime, school map satalite as before i do. this new web is very bad. we can't use it. please we need the before one.
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Lorilee Hoort answered:
I think you should get it approved for tiny home lots there is so much need for that and you would sale fast
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Brian Martucci answered:
You can refinance at any time it makes sense. Are you sure that the rate you are paying is worth refinancing? You have to measure the closing costs versus the monthly savings to make sure it makes sense. ... more
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
This is what you need to do: On the rental application, your husband who is earning the income and has average credit will be the PRIMARY applicant. You will be secondary. Explain to the landlord or property manager that they need to process the application based on your husband's income and credit only - not yours. Do you have a job in the area? Is your income needed to pay for the rental? If yes, then explain that your income is needed but your credit should be secondary. You may need to pay 2 months rent upfront + 1 month rent for security. If necessary, offer 1 additional month rent. Also expand your search area. ... more
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John Sestito answered:
Kaelee-

The Orlando area is pretty diverse in what it has to offer. What types of things are you looking for?

Check out www.movetoorlando.info for some ideas on what the different areas have to offer. ... more
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jmarescojr answered:
Worst city to live......Medical Care is horrible....its the hurry up and wait system....so they can live the life style.....To many tourist ....snow birds from all over who buy homes and half the year claim Fl as there resident to cheat on their taxes. Back up roads......No drainage for raining season.....No Parking for vehicles in residential neighborhoods except in a driveway which you will be blocked in by contractors....Note this is the Fraud State beware of contractors......I should say please come to cape coral to sell my house so I can get out but that would be leaving someone in the same place.....Oh yea only see police writing tickets and 5 or more to handle traffic accident......lots of crime...break ins of homes and vehicles....goat heads found in waterways......Note Stay away ... more
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