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Home Buying in 01803 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 20, 2015
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Seriously, you're asking strangers how your company handles a specific situation?

This isn't a standard policy all over the country - each real estate company sets their own procedures.

Ask your Broker!!!!!!

Read your independent contractor's agreement!
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Sat Jun 4, 2011
Tom and Joanne Team answered:
Home buyer:

Double check with your attorney, but I am fairly certain you can convey a home with a failed title V. The Title V came into effect to protect the banks in 1978. Now you may need to do the septic inorder to refi the property. It is really important that you do your due dilligence before you close. Cash is a wonderful tool in this market, but you need to be really smart how you spend it. All the best. ... more
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Wed Mar 25, 2009
Scott A. Nelson answered:
You should probably consult with an attorney to get these answers. These can each have specific legal requirements and can have different results if not done properly.
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Tue Aug 26, 2008
Jim Brigida answered:
You should be able to get a loan based on that critera. We have programs with 3% and 5 % down. There has been a tightening of guidelines for condominiums. If you are looking to go that route not only do you need to qualify the project will need to qualify. Home prices have dropped modestly in most communities and sharper in some other's but 200k could purchase a failry nice condo, but would not go a long way toward a single family home. If you would like I could do a pre-qualification over the phone or via e-mail
Jim Birgida GMAC
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