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Yesterday at 10:28pm
Haggard.becky asked:
Long story short she was convinced by the daughter how wonderful it would be to live so close. She paid cash for the HUD home. Within three weeks they had taken her to an attorney on the…
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Yesterday at 9:59pm
Capitaltrader answered:
We calculate your income based on careful analysis taking into account the type of employment. Depending on the source of the income wage earner is basic calculation based on the amount of hours the borrower works, bonus income, tips and commission all have to be averaged over 24 months.
We run the numbers through DU or LP and if we receive an approval we push it over to the Underwriter for final sign off.
All this can be done very efficiently at CaliberHomeloans.com/pgomez
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Yesterday at 7:10pm
Suebhaven asked:
The picture you are showing for 255 E. Wyoming Avenue in Absecon which is in default is NOT a picture of 255 E. Wyoming Avenue. It is a picture of 246 N. New Road in Absecon which belongs…
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Yesterday at 4:17pm
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Yvette Shipley-Edington asked:
My husband and I live in a manufactured home that we bought and paid for in full ($21,500) 7 years ago in Vancouver, WA. We are looking to move to Seattle, WA. I have found a foreclosed…
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Yesterday at 11:52am
Bobbie Culberson answered:
These days you can find plenty of videos on youtube teaching you about real estate investment if that is what you are trying to get into. If your time permits, you can also find local real estate seminars ( just don't buy any materials after ..lol) You will find lots of great information that will assist you with your decision. ... more
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Fri Aug 18, 2017
Shelleyhagelstein asked:
need to know where to send the rent. please call 509 558 1827 ask for Shelley.
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Fri Aug 18, 2017
Sammoorejr answered:
I am in an Upside Down Mortgage at: $332,931.00 vs. $213,900.00 (tax value) property. How can you help me or can I be helped via Refinancing?
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Fri Aug 18, 2017
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Hi Christian,

The Fannie Mae HomeStyle Renovation Loan requires a 660 score if you're borrowing over 75% of the homes appraised value so that's off the table for you as an option.
What program were you looking at when you considering the $160,000 home?

Take a look at the recommendations from some of my past clients on my Trulia profile by clicking the link below my phone number.

Please feel free to contact me for more information or help.

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Fri Aug 18, 2017
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Fri Aug 18, 2017
Jessesfacebook answered:
I can't answer this, but I was wondering the same thing. I still live in the house, and the two "owners" abandoned the house. Since the roof is leaking all into the house, down to the first floor, I stopped paying the mortgage. Anyway, I basically got scammed into moving into this house. I was made an offer from the owner that she would pay half the mortgage every month, and fix any major repairs that need to be done.
I had to pay the other half, and all the rest of the bills, and pay for/do all the smaller repairs.
Well, she lied. She left before I moved in. The other owner left like 10 months ago or something like that. So I haven't been paying their mortgage, and it's up for auction October 10th. I been looking for a new place all this time, and didn't find anything I liked enough to move out of this free house. But now it's going up, so from why I'm seeing is I should even still have time after the auction?
My main question is, if the house is already going up for auction in less than 2 months from now, does that first owners name still have anything to do with the property? She is telling her daughter that she is going to come and take my fridge and some other stuff this weekend. She's been out of this house for over 4 years, and abandoned all the stuff she left here, which is all pretty much JUNK.
Can I change the locks and board up the windows, and deny her access, and if need be call the police?
Because I know she thinks she can just do whatever she wants, but I don't know if she is aware that the house is going up for auction yet.
That does mean that the mortgage is dissolved right, and she has no rights to the house or anything in it?
The fridge in question, actually broke down a couple times and I repaired it myself, and paid for all new parts. That's my fridge, even her daughter says so. I mean I keep food and juice in there for her granddaughter.
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Thu Aug 17, 2017
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