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Sun Jun 18, 2017
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Hi Shelby,

I have an investor that will do a VA one time construction loan for a land/modular build but they require a 620 score so you'll need to work on bringing your scores up a little bit.

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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Tue Jan 6, 2015
Randy and Vicki Biehl answered:
A home inspection should have picked up on this and if you didn't have a home inspection shame on you. As far as the agent they are not required or expected to know everything about the homes. Buyers need to be smart and use do diligence. ... more
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Tue Jan 1, 2013
Lynn Bowling answered:
Unfortunately that entire development sold at the heigth of the market, and this particular home sold new for $217,900, althought the intial list price was $282,900. It appears the home has been rented for a significant amount of time and that may have taken a toll on the condition of the home; a home's condition surely has an effect on it's value for sale. Regardless of what type of sale this is, the appraisal is still going to have a major effect on the sale price the lender is willing to accept. Bank Appraised this at $184,700 for the short sale. The bank needs to net $162,794. So even tho the list price today is $169,000 you can expect to pay more than than if the bank has declared their need to net a certain amount. You'll have to do the math backwards to include closing costs and commissions. If you'd like to make an offer I'd love to work with you as I specialize in the Baker area. ... more
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Wed May 21, 2008
Debt Free Dave answered:
You will just loose your earnest deposit. That is about it. Nobody can make you buy the property.
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