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Mon Apr 24, 2017
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

The listings on our site are not posted directly by Trulia. Rather, we provide a platform for homeowners, property managers, and real estate agents to post listings for their properties. If you would like to get in contact with the property manager, please use the Contact Box in the upper left hand corner of the property page. Additionally, some property managers/homeowners may list their phone number directly on the property page as well. Unfortunately, we cannot provide additional contact information if it is not listed on the property page and do not have control over how quickly or if a property manager/homeowner responds to your inquiry.

We apologize for any inconvenience.



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Angelica
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Wed Aug 19, 2015
Chris Phillips answered:
The great rental history is a positive but we you should consult with a credit repair specialist and see how you can improve your credit score. This will allow you the opportunity to get the best rate when you buy your home. If you have to wait a few months while you are doing this credit repair, it will pay off in the end. ... more
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Wed May 11, 2011
Dan Pinder answered:
It is a great time for people who have money to buy a house!
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Thu Oct 28, 2010
Larry Hultberg answered:
Yes Candy you can still buy a home with a very low down payment, the state and county have programs and sellers usually are good for some help. Its easy, give me a call 302-530-9186
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Wed Jun 30, 2010
Thompson answered:
I guess you don't understand intrafamily mortgages but why would you? You don't profit off these so you don't know what you're saying. They will loan me the money. They're not buying the house. Also they can't just pick any interest they want, it has to be at least the current afr or the IRS views the loan as a gift. ... more
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Wed Apr 16, 2008
Amy Eyre answered:
I am not a professional but I am trying to find answers to cover some expenses I may incur in trying to help my daughter who has asthma once we move into a new home. It occured to me after I posted my question and then read yours that most disabilities have an advocacy group that helps those who suffer with said disability find solutions to their quality of life issues. See if there is such an advocacy group for your disability and then see if they can help you in anyway. They might not be able to pay your mortgage but they may be able to help you with other expenses. ... more
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