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Wed May 10, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
If there is no HOA, you need to contact a real estate attorney and have him/her review the situation. Nobody online can advise you because we don't have access to your purchase contract and there may be more details that we don't know about. ... more
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Tue Oct 18, 2016
Atxaviermartin answered:
Well, you can always apply for a government backed loan like VA Loan (best for military veterans) or FHA loans. That would make home buying easier for you.
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Mon Sep 15, 2014
Sabrina Langley answered:
Most rental properties in this area require a credit report. I have recently worked with several renters that were denied because of poor credit. Is that what you are referring to regarding tax information? ... more
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Thu Aug 22, 2013
Miekeba Jones answered:
Hi Nsai1130!! Do you have a Realtor to help you with negotiations for your new home? I'm asking because I know the perfect lender for you and I specialize in New Home Negotiations. Currently negotiating a New Home in the $600K price range. Contact me and I will help you. ... more
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Fri Jul 19, 2013
Joseph Herold answered:
If you can e-Mail me at josephherold@championrealty.com and give me some more details, meaning the address of what you found, I can work up a comp package and tell you whether the $255K is realistic or not. Have you already spoken with a mortgage lender and gotten a pre approval? From where I sit, EVERYTHING is negotiable. Do not be intimidate by what a seller wants for their home, How well they end up doing when the day is done is not your concern. ... more
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Mon Feb 21, 2011
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I have not seen an NVR contract in years, howver, they used to be quite onerous if you chose another lender besides the NVR mortgage group. I worked with many folks after they signed the contract, and the loss of discounts and upgrades, closing costs, etc, made switching very problematic. However, if folks worked with me before signing the purchase contract, we were able to still negotiate many of these items.
I chuckled at the 50 dollars a month differential, many times we were talking 100's a month. Caveat Emptor!
Happy to help with a competing quote. Jim, HSOA, 703 615 4675.
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Tue Nov 10, 2009
JT Buy Sell Keep Homes answered:
Well it is now Nov 2009, 5 months since you were "having a difficult time selling" your house. Did it sell? It sure would be nice to get an update from you., I have a many buyers looking in your area. Just listed a 5 bedroom home in Gambrills and am working with the buyer to finalize the contract of sale after 6 weeks. When you are "serious to sell" please e-mail sres@mris.com ...As a senior specialist, I work with retirees. As a BRAC Specialist, I work with military relocations. The Fort Meade housing area is very active for me right now. Would like to get your house sold fast. www.2hdb.com/sres ...Come to the settlement table. ... more
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