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Gabriel answered:
It depends on multiple variables. A good and honest loan representative should have explained that to you from the onset. So now we have to ask your lender what they will or will not do. Many lenders will require you to pay for a new appraisal of the home in order to see if the amount owed is 80% of the new value. If you borrowed $100,000 and paid off $20,000 but you home is now worth $80,000 guess what? You will continue to pay PMI. ... more
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Matt White answered:
Hello,

Actually, Prescott inventory is way down. If youre looking to sell your Prescott or Prescott valley home, now is the time. Give us a call 928.224.8531. People are looking for housing in Prescott and having a tough time finding any. ... more
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Matt White answered:
Hi Gerard,

Call the police first. Always make sure you use a legitimate title company and a licensed Realtor.
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Matt White answered:
Hello,
Lease option/purchases are rare in Prescott. Also, can you clarify the monthly payment? $400/month is not going to get you a 3 bedroom 2 bath house.
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Lyndortz answered:
There is only two home buying programs, where you do not need down payments, the Veterans home loan and the USDA program. Go to YouTube to learn more about these programs. The home you pick with USDA needs to be in a rural area. ... more
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Doneetsa Anderson asked:
N in Minneapolis, MN. The owner is Norman C. Wold. The listing said 3311 Colfax Ave N but he said the house is 3314. Also, he is resistant to give me the keys -and he wants up front money.…
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Mary answered:
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I have emailed you regarding this concern.


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Jimmy Jung answered:
Try googling Home Loans For All. I know they work with several different lenders who do have access or knowledge of various programs out there. Some probably including $0 down payment.
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Mary answered:
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I have emailed you regarding this concern.


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Angelica P answered:
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I have emailed you regarding this.


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Ncjean2000 asked:
I am researching a property at 4 Kent Street, Newburyport, MA - Unit 1 - specifically when it was sold in 2005. Do you have an exterior photo(s) from that time period? This is a duplex…
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Ncjean2000 asked:
I am researching a property at 4 Kent Street, Newburyport, MA - Unit 1 - specifically when it was sold in 2005. Do you have an exterior photo(s) from that time period? This is a duplex…
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Reggie Wedge answered:
No. In addition to taxes there are many things that can increase your payments over the course of any given year. Taxes themselves may rise, there may be special assessments due to any municipal situation that arises, and there are ever rising servicing fees (sort of like "shipping and handling") that are added to your payment during the course of a year. One should never assume that their payment is going to go down (lessen) over the course of a year. As you may note on any given statement, there is fine print that says something to the effect of 'even if you think you are paying off the mortgage, this amount may not be all that you owe. In the "old days" one could actually pay down a mortgage. I did it and watched it happen. That is no longer the case. As 2016 turned into 2017, my payments rose quite a bit. Even though I am prepaying a certain amount each month, it is like trying to swim against the tide. ... more
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Ninareeder36 answered:
I'm looking for a three bedroom two bathroom home for rent im a single mother of two and I receive section eight
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