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Garrett.lock asked:
The market isn't quite where they would like to sell the property at this time. Instead they would like to refinance their mortgage with me as a Co Borrower and use the property as…
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Jonmat0328 asked:
Still some apartments in building shows bubbles from outside due to construction problem. Lawsuit is resolved however HOA doesn't start work.
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Deborahnunley55.dn answered:
Hey my name is Deborah and I'm helping my daughter we're looking for 3br 2 bath section 8 in Lebanon, th. 37087
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dekeya63 asked:
Seller has right to cure home. Buyer's home inspector stated 2 basement walls are 1/2 bowing, main structural beams in basement have moved and no longer adequate to support home. Bathroom…
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Rona Strakosch asked:
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
Your only option is a personal loan or Chattel loan. Your mobile home is considered personal property - not real estate. It does not qualify for a residential mortgage loan from lenders.

Unfortunately very few lenders offer Chattel loans, so your best bet is a personal loan. In order for a mobile home to qualify for a residential mortgage loan, you need to own the land underneath.
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Holleyruth755 asked:
I am on disability social security and I want to purchase a home, how do I get some information on it.
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
As a former realtor in NY, once you accept an offer from a buyer, each party needs to sign the contract. Between the days from accepting an offer to signing the contract, you (the seller) has the legal right to continue showing your home and accept backup offers. You do need to disclose to other buyers that there is an offer and they are viewing the home as a backup. Before the contract is signed by both parties, realtors will enter your listing in the MLS as "Pending" and under "Agent Remarks" (for agent use only - not public information) agents will type in "Backup offers only"

Once the contract is signed by both parties, you need to stop all showings and remove your listing from the internet.
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Kory Powell-McCoy answered:
HI there! I'm a real estate professional specializing here, in San Francisco. I do not work for One Mission Bay, but I do have some knowledge of the project.

I have toured the project, talked to their representatives, and recieved an "insiders" overview including pricing structure, and amenities. They are about 52% sold (as of a week ago) and have great opportunities to buy on all levels of the project. They are offering "resort like" amenities with remarkably reasonable HOA dues.

I can tell you more about the project, the area, or future developments if you'd like. Do you have a specific question?
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Gregory King answered:
I have been doing short sales for over 10 years wellsfargo is by far the worst bank to deal with
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Maricris A answered:
Hi,

I sent an email to you about this concern.

Regards,

Maricris
Consumer Care advocate
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
In NY it is illegal to be a freelancing agent (including NYC). ALL real estate agents who are licensed need to sign a contract with a brokerage and the broker needs to keep their license while they are under their supervision. Brokers are legally responsible for their agent's actions.

Therefore, tell this freelancing agent that they are performing their business illegally and you will be using a different agent - one who has a contract with a broker. You can also check the New York State Licensing division website to research the agent's name, license number and brokerage they work for.
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