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Nataliemarie88 asked:
I recently looked at a place to rent and the landlord said I could do the rental application through Trulia or Zillow to avoid having to pay the fee through the company he uses. How do I…
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Alan May answered:
If buyer has missed the agreed-upon closing date, technically he's in breach of contract, and his earnest money is at risk.

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We have save many homes just don't know how close to where we are looking and is there a way to have 1 agent to help us with all the places we would like to see ? Most of the places…
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Robert Spinosa answered:
Conventional guidelines require 7 years to pass when there is a foreclosure in the credit history. However, there are now several jumbo programs that allow less than 7 years on a foreclosure. Rates tend to be higher on these options, however, we sometimes see the terms not far off of conventional. With loan amounts that exceed the FHA or conventional county limits a jumbo loan, as above may be the best fit by far. If you need help with these, there's a good chance we can help. ... more
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Vandenbergcorey answered:
I am licensed in Indiana and Florida and specialize in helping people that others don't or won't help. We have a fantastic FHA program that really helps, and the best part is that we are licensed in all 50 states, so I can help you get with someone to personally help you. I would love to hear from you: Subprime mortgage and prime home loan mortgage banker. ... more
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Carolyn Bosies answered:
Hello, Having bought several homes over the years I now recommend this. Schedule appointments with a HVAC company, a Roofing company, an Electrician and a Plumber. Pay them an hours wage. Sometimes a roofing company will even give free estimates. An HVAC company sees the possibility of a maintenance contract and will even clean out the unit for a fee. This will go a long way in letting you know what you are facing. In some areas of the country with high humidity, crawl spaces should be inspected too. For mold, critters, etc. Many licensed home inspectors are not even allowed to open up a HVAC unit. Give you an example, I went for six months waiting every time for hot water to heat up. It took a long time. We did have a home inspector. by the way ,A plumber found that our recirculating pump was bad. The home inspector did not check this.
In closing, realtors sometimes offer a warranty for a year, with companies like American Home Shield or HMS National etc. The fee is well worth it!
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Thesafrans asked:
selling at the beginning of next year when the ground is frozen. Wondered if I should get a septic inspection before hand?
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Donald_125 answered:
a veteran looking house within the 2000.00$ no credit check
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Casadelsol16 answered:
Oakland & Long Beach both in the melting pot state of California. For better and worse both cities have diversity of Everything - race, inequality, beauty, integration, food, neighborhoods, crime, segregation, etc. all within a city of less than 500,000.

NY, CA, TX & HI have the most diverse zip codes. Most areas of the US are getting more diverse and have for decades. Also most wealthier areas have gotten less diverse.
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