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Majid Zahrani asked:
Tired from being rejected because I don't have a social security number. I'm an international student came here to the US with my whole family which is why I need at least a 4…
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Brian Smith answered:
Well, I think that the lender is required to do that but frankly speaking, I’m not sure and it’s better to ask a lawyer about that. Foreclosure is a complicated thing and buying a house at foreclosure can be a complicated process so it’s better to check with the real estate and financial advisors, how it works. I think that the lender takes responsibility for certain expenses but most likely, it can be that a buyer also carries a part of them. Brian from http://installmentcredits.com/ company. ... more
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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you talk to your agent and express your concern. Also talk to your home inspector again OR you can hire a foundation company. What's written on the seller's disclosure? ... more
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Ksytwu asked:
Please OPT OUT my name, Karol Sytwu, from your website as I am not active real estate agent at present time. Thanks - Karol Sytwu
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
It's against the law for lenders to discriminate on age. Yes, you CAN get a mortgage loan at 90 yrs. old. No matter what age you are, the fact is if you die or move, your house will be sold and the loan balance will be paid at closing. This means the lender gets paid first. The sale price - the loan balance - seller's closing costs = net profit to the seller. Therefore, if your estate needs to sell your home and you only lived there a short time, the estate will receive very little (if any) money from the sale of your home. It takes years to build up equity in a home. ... more
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