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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Charles R Evans answered:
Im intered in a 3 bedroom home but my credit is poor and im on disabled with 2 disabled kids
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Alan May answered:
You're better off contacting a local Realtor to represent you as the buyer. They will figure out how to contact the home owner.

Good luck.
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Alan May answered:
Trulia is simply a place where people post their listings. They do not assist in the purchase. Contact a local Realtor to assist you.
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Alicia Lopez answered:
It depends which type of loan are you applying to?
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Steve Donnelly answered:
As a listing agent, I would never tell a lie and say that there were multiple offers when there are not. I believe that there are some unethical Realtors out there that will do that, but not many. Also, if I have multiple offers, I am more than happy to (with the sellers consent) not only show those offers, but disclose what the highest offer is to all the other buyers agents. My fiduciary is to my seller, and to get them the highest price that I can for their home. My fiduciary is not to the other Buyer Agents. So there is absolutely nothing unethical about disclosing the highest bid. It may piss off the agent and the buyer who made the highest bid. But I represent the seller not them. ... more
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
cglomstead asked:
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Deemalooly1 answered:
Hi Pink_tinkerbell1001,
We're you still in the market for a home or have someone that is looking to purchase in El Pao, TX? Let me know! 9157403001.

Denise Lara
Harris Real Estate Group
Palo Verde Homes
deniselara@harris-realestate.com
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Bowlfan912 asked:
I'm looking at purchasing a condo unit which the area is considered a Non-Warrantable/Condotel. Also under 20% down would be a plus..
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Prosper Realty answered:
I'd recommend contacting Home Loans For All. We've been sending clients to them for a couple of years now. They can most likely help with your situation.


Best of luck!
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Sally asked:
How many police is in the local force, what about fire station.
What about the Internet, who is the giant there?
What are the Grocery stores, is there an Aldi's, Meijer, etc.
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
HH asked:
Is the seller responsible for anything wrong in the 9-A if I remove inspection contgency ?
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
On Zillow.com you can filter for Open Houses.
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Sat Nov 18, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Two years of tax returns is not always required. Example - buyers who just graduated college and just started their full time career. Lenders will use their college status to count for tax returns. In this example, lenders require that recent grads have credit scores of 620 or higher and they receive W2 wages (not self employed).

As for VA and USDA loans, lenders are allowed to set their own guidelines (overlays) in addition to government requirements. This is because lenders are the ones taking the risks.
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Fri Nov 17, 2017
Amalikyar answered:
how many years are left paying mello roos on 712 via barquero,san marcos ca
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Fri Nov 17, 2017
Yris Arpino NJ HomeRebate asked:
The law was passed in New Jersey in 2010. Our company offers up to 50% of the broker's commission. A buyer may take a check at closing or pay for closing cost. In N.J. commissions…
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Fri Nov 17, 2017
Robert M answered:
If you want privacy make sure you don't have too many screaming kids very close to you....Most of the parents don't care either. Pretty to look at , close to amenities but consider the noise before you move there. It could be a big issue . ... more
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Fri Nov 17, 2017
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Fri Nov 17, 2017
Alan May answered:
It might be time to consult a real estate attorney. Bring your contract. Good luck.
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