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Home Buying in Nashville : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Feb 3, 2017
Aaron Lovett answered:
These sites tend to do their own thing sometimes - it must be a computer thing. You can search Nashville homes for sale on my website, http://www.LovettRealtor.com , or use the local http://www.realtracs.com website. Both will stick to your specific parameters. If I can help you in any way, please reach out. ... more
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Wed Feb 1, 2017
cstanley5153 answered:
Everything in Life has it's good and bad. (The Ying and The Yang). NACA does also. I just bought a home through this program and I've got a beautiful home. However, it was a roller coaster ride and that's due to whom you are working with. The counselors are not the best in the business but remember this is a NON Profit organization. How much are they getting paid? Ummm. Lots of paperwork. And the better your numbers the more likely you'll get a home maybe within a year or so if you're on top of your paper work and finances. If not, it's just gonna take longer or not happen at all. ... more
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Sun Jan 29, 2017
Aaron Lovett answered:
Absolutely. One common route is to purchase a multi-family property (duplex, tri-plex, 4-plex) and live in one unit. It's also entirely possible to purchase two homes, provided you have the finances to do so. Start by talking to a local lender about your goals, and a good investor-friendly Realtor can help you identify properties. ... more
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Thu Dec 29, 2016
Phockapc answered:
I purchased from regent April of this year. My yard looks awful. Its full of hills and dents. We contacted them about it, and were told not their responsibility. When we decided to do something to the yard, we found concrete slabs under the sod, bricks and construction debris in the dirt. The site manager, Erin, has been Noooooooooo help. He is arrogant, and a liar. We are still waiting for our cabinet door Erin. We have a hole in our kitchen ceiling under a light fixture, and they covered another hole with tape and painted over it in our kitchen as well. I got so sick of contacting these people to fix my house, and nothing being done. This was my first home purchase and I'm so unhappy. I will never buy from regent. Our house was so cheaply made. The island in the kitchen is chipping, and so are our cabinets. Some of our electrical outlets don't work. This company is so sorry, and robbing people blind. I really think we paid too much for this crap. The insulation may not be that good either, because my house stays so dusty and it's always cold. I'm so afraid something major is going to happened, because I'm in no way confident in the construction. The warranty department is useless. ... more
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Wed Dec 21, 2016
Bradley Neumann answered:
There are lots of factors that come into play when qualifying for a mortgage. I am an experienced Loan Officer with over 15 years of experience. I'd love to work with you to see if we can help you get into a new home. Give me a call so that we can discuss this in more detail. 615.905.0074 ... more
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Thu Nov 17, 2016
Christine.woods32 answered:
It’s easier to negotiate when you have the cash to pay for the full amount of a house.
But, if a home is owned by the bank, you may face that many of them have guidelines about how low an offer they can accept. ... more
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Sun Oct 30, 2016
Markus Yeargin answered:
Hi Tom, I know this is an old question, so you may have it figured out already, but for anyone else wondering the same, all it takes is an official "Proof of Funds" letter from your bank, or an account statement showing you have the funds, etc. Anything that will "Show me the money" is fine. Really, that's all it takes. Once you negotiate a deal on a property just wire the money from your bank to closing agency & they will distribute the funds accordingly. :) ... more
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Sun Oct 9, 2016
Abner Moraes answered:
Naca was the best thing that happened to me. The process is long and the requirements are tough, but if you bring the papers and docs they require of you (no excuses, no crying) you will wound up with a house. ... more
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Sat Sep 3, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
No. Lenders require both loan applicants to qualify with good income, credit, DTI, etc. and you both need to show proof of everything. Talk to your loan officer.
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Thu Jun 30, 2016
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Thu Jun 30, 2016
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Thu Jun 2, 2016
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Wed Jun 1, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
If you worked with a buyer's agent, you would normally have included several basic contingencies that would have allowed you to get out of the purchase agreement for various reasons. At this point, you need an attorney to go over the contract with you and point out what "outs" you might have left. To be honest though, if you're closing in two days, you've probably missed your opportunities and you should plan on buying this house unless you want to end up in court because you broke the contract. ... more
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Wed May 18, 2016
Dhreynard asked:
I would like to make sure others are aware of how bad this agency is.
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Wed May 18, 2016
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Wed May 11, 2016
Janice Martin answered:
Hello! I would love to assist you in the home buying process. Please give me a call or email anytime! I work with EXIT Realty Assoc inn Brentwood, TN.

C:931-478-0747
O:615-321-EXIt

Email:janicem1516@gmail.com
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Wed May 11, 2016
Janice Martin answered:
I would love to assist you in the home buying process. Please call me with any questions. 931-478-0747
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Wed Apr 6, 2016
Jonathan Lahey of The Lahey Group answered:
Hello,

If you home is for sale, your listing agent needs to edit the listing. If your home is not for sale, there is a link on the page with your address you can submit changes to data for approval. ... more
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Mon Apr 4, 2016
USMortgageRanger answered:
Did you present your Buyers Letter to the Agent before they force you to go to their Mortgage company, if so you will need to file a formal complaint to the CFPB including the Loan Officer name and number as this is clear case of steering and they will take the approach action. (CFPB.GOV)

Good Luck
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Thu Mar 31, 2016
Tsharshaw3030 answered:
ok I live in Marietta ga trying to find out how to get started
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