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Home Buying in 06515 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jun 30, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
Banks and creditors sell their "paper" aka accounts payable all the time. The key is if the debt is valid, if the collections are within the time frame as outlined by federal and your states collection law. If they get a judgement, than you are at a whole different level of debt and now have courts involved. You should not ignore and consult a lawyer for anything you do not understand to know your rights and or obligations. ... more
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Gerri Sutfin answered:
The fees include your taxes, heat, hot water, maintenance, etc. That pays all of your large bills which is why they are so high. The tax portion of the monthly payment is also tax deductible. ... more
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Wed May 25, 2011
Cheryl_madden answered:
That house was listed both as a single family house as well as a 2 family (which is used as now). The price is for the home, whether you use it as a single or multi-family. However, the house was withdrawn from the market about a week ago. Happy to help you find something else if you like. ... more
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Fri Aug 28, 2009
VirtualTourCafe answered:
I too have had good success with mortgage brokers and there is no obligation or (usually) cost for you to get an idea of what you would qualify for. As for your credit, I think it is a good idea to personally be aware of your credit situation and score and the best way I know how to do this is with www.FreeCreditReport.com. They provide a free trial subscription and you get your score and report from one agency and then if you want more detail you can choose to pay for a more detailed report.

If you want more information, please feel free to contact me and I can refer you to a good mortgage broker and/or real estate professional in your area if you like.

Visit my website at: www.TimDenboHomes.com

Best of luck!
Tim :)
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