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Home Buying in 08610 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 16, 2016
Eugenie Sanchez asked:
Because we are trying to reach one of your agents and they said the house is not list for sale, i don't understand, this is the house 27 liberty st, trenton nj 08610.
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Fri Aug 7, 2015
Elliot Matyas answered:
Have you guys gotten any help with this yet? If not let me know as I may have some ideas and places for you to look in to. Can reach me at matya00056@yahoo.com
- Elliot
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Wed Jul 22, 2015
Clarabellae answered:
Buyers, sellers, listing agent, and selling agent. All original signatures on the same form...you can't fax it around. HUD wants original signatures from all parties.

Web Reference: http://fhamortgageinfo.com/ ... more
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Fri Jan 25, 2013
Gina Marie Mazur answered:
Your first step would be to speak with a mortgage representative to see exactly where your credit is. From there you can speak with an attorney who will be able to complete the transaction in you buying the home. ... more
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Wed Sep 14, 2011
Jill Conner answered:
The tax assessments are always lower than the sale price, there is a rate that is used to calculate the property taxes based on the assessment, but they really have very little to do with the market value of the home. I would be hppy to answer any further questions you may have, just give me a call!! Jill Conner 609-851-1704 ... more
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Sun Jul 17, 2011
Marsha Bowen Washington answered:
Good luck to you, let us know how you make out.
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Mon Nov 30, 2009
Al Akerman answered:
I just noticed your question and saw that no one answered it. I hope I am not too late to help you.

Although many realtors have the buyers, sellers and agents sign them when the contracts are being signed, it does not have to have the same date as the sales contract. ... more
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Tue Oct 20, 2009
Joe Salcedo answered:
Good Morning,

I just closed FHA last month in to tell you the truth I was not very happy with this
deal first the Appraisal was $ 320,000. then last minute a review appraisal
come in $ 280,000. so we just reduced the price at that appraisal review
we can not do anything at all the comparable is there but they used a certain
property that closed to that property.
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Fri Sep 4, 2009
Jeff Belonger answered:
So you are saying that no contract was done, but just counter offers? Question, who is giving you the FHA amendatory form before the contracts are finalized. That is what I would like to know. But the form needs to have the actual purchase price on there that is on the final contract.

Thanks,
jeff

Jeffrey J. Belonger
Area Manager/Branch Manager

Infinity Home Mortgage Company, Inc
Processing : 800-587-2762
Cell : 609-440-5133
Fax : 775-361-6619

Profile : www.activerain.com/jeffmortgageman


"The referral of my service to your friends and family is the highest compliment I can receive."
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Thu Sep 3, 2009
Jeff Belonger answered:
Love when realtors answer mortgage questions. They are assuming and that's not good. Yes, a lender can do and or ask as the please. BUT... it's not mandatory to have this filled our prior to underwriting. It can be conditioned for.


thanks,
jeff


Jeffrey J. Belonger
Area Manager/Branch Manager

Infinity Home Mortgage Company, Inc
Processing : 800-587-2762
Cell : 609-440-5133
Fax : 775-361-6619

Profile : www.activerain.com/jeffmortgageman


"The referral of my service to your friends and family is the highest compliment I can receive."
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Sat Aug 8, 2009
Keith Sorem answered:
Dave
My questions would be this:
In most cases if the physical inspection reveals an additional problem, the inspector suggests that you obtain an inspection from a qualified expert, such as a roofing contractor.
You will have to pay for the inspection, but if it were me, I'd want to know, IN DETAIL, the exact condition of the roof. I would not rely on a physical inspector's report solely.

Once the roofing contractor has submitted a report, THEN you may have grounds to negotiate an allowance to repair/replace the roof.
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