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Home Buying in 11413 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 20, 2017
Alysse Musgrave answered:
NACA can refer you to a NACA trained Realtor. Check their website.

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Sat Mar 11, 2017
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Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

You only need to have 3% down payment and whatever closing costs you may need.

You are even allowed to roll closing costs into the loan if you are using an FHA loan.

I can explain more.

You are welcome to get in touch with me if you would like help with this or have any questions.
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Wed Oct 26, 2016
Kathy Burgreen answered:
You don't have enough money saved to buy a 2 family house. You need at least $60,000. which is 10% of the typical 2 bedroom home of $600,000. In addition to the $60,000. down payment, you need cash to pay for closing costs which will add about $10,000. more. ... more
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Tue Jan 12, 2016
D asked:
I might be purchasing a home and it is classified as a multi-family according to the NYC website but it is clearly a one family home. The owner said it is a mom and daughter but it is legally…
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Sat Jun 21, 2014
Jeanne Dieteren answered:
The property line remains the same, however a real estate attorney should be advising you. There are other remedies besides tearing down the garage. A lot line adjustment being one of them. I hope it works out for you. ... more
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Sat Jun 21, 2014
Jeanne Dieteren answered:
It is possible there is a notice of default recorded on the property, this can be accompanied by a lis pendens. Here is Wicaoedia's definition of lis pendens.
In US law, a lis pendens is a written notice that a lawsuit has been filed concerning real estate, involving either the title to the property or a claimed ownership interest in it. The notice is usually filed in the county land records office. Recording a lis pendens against a piece of property alerts a potential purchaser or lender that the property’s title is in question, which makes the property less attractive to a buyer or lender. After the notice is filed, anyone who nevertheless purchases the land or property described in the notice takes subject to the ultimate decision of the lawsuit. ... more
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Sun Mar 4, 2012
Jacques Ambron answered:
My experience is that rents are headed up. Basically the supply is low and demand is still pretty good.
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Fri Mar 2, 2012
The Pierre Team answered:
Hi Khokhen i think you will find the answers you are looking for at the link below Good luck please let me know if this was helpful Thanks!!!!
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