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Financing in Asheville : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 2, 2013
sure. send me an email
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Tue Jan 1, 2013
Cheryl Reavis answered:
All good answers from Bob & Andy! If you know your credit score and it is 580+ but below 640, let me know! If you have 2 full years of tax returns to prove income or have W-2 income, I have a Lender recommendation that may be of help to you! Most normal Lenders require a minimum of 640. I have a Lender that has some flexibility and may allow you to qualify sooner than most Lenders. Let me know if we may be of help to you! Cheryl & Bob #828-230-7247 ... more
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Tue Apr 6, 2010
kathleen chieco answered:
Your name does not have to be on the loan application. Your lender is the best one to advise you of this, however even if your name is not on the mortgage or offer to purchase, your name can still be on the deed.
Century 21 Mountain Lifestyles
Kathy Chieco
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Wed Aug 26, 2009
Rowena Patton answered:
Hi Holly

did you finally find a solution? I hope you are settled in!
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Thu Feb 19, 2009
realtyPro Asheville answered:
That's a great question. I am not a tax adviser nor an accountant but I just read an overview of the changes to the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit. It states that the tax credit can be used in the year of the purchase -- meaning the 2009 tax year. It is best to ask a tax specialist or an accountant for concrete answers on the logistics of this plan.

Feel free to contact me directly if I can help you in any other way with your Asheville Home Purchase.

Penny Williams
Broker/Consultant w/Keller Williams Professionals
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