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Home Buying in 21224 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 20, 2014
Andrew Byrd answered:
Fernando Estrada-

Yes, you most definately can purchase a home but there are more factors to consider than just your credit score. How old is your child, I just had my second, she turned three yesterday.

I am a loan officer located on the other end of the US but I do want to let you know that we loan in all 50 states, are nationally respected, and a member of the FDIC.

I would like to chat more with you about the potential for you to purchase. Please feel free to contact me at 208-818-3768 or

Look forward to hearing from you soon......
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Wed Mar 19, 2014
Michael Farabaugh answered:
Yo may contact Mikki Lourdes Underwood, NFM, Inc. at 443-768-1149 for prequalification on a home loan. 600 is doable!... Mike Farabaugh, Central Realty, 410-256-1717
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Fri Nov 8, 2013
Randall Yates answered:
Yes. FHA loans are available with a 580 credit score and conventional loans with a 620 and 3% are still available. We specialize in matching borrowers with lenders that have the right loan product that fits your situation. Email me or go to our site for more information, it's a free service. Hope we can help. ... more
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Kristian Kan answered:
Sure can, as a cash buyer you still have the ability to add contingencies to the contract including but not limited to an appraisal and home inspection which are always recommended.
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Kristian Kan answered:
Parking can be an invaluable asset here in Canton, as a Canton resident I can definitely attest to that. The value that it adds to the property I have seen vary depending on the ease of getting in and out of the parking spot if there is an alley, etc, and the amount of property that is left over next to the pad for any type of additional patio space or backyard. Generally I would say close to 5% of the market value of a home can be attributed to a parking pad if here in close proximity to Canton square. ... more
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Tue Aug 6, 2013
Mike M answered:
Yes, some homes have settled for as high as $, there are no basements in the community.
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Wed Nov 21, 2012
Rhonda Harsh answered:
It looks to be an upcoming neigborhood. We work with clients and investors in that area. Have you been in the property yet? LBP may be an issue depending on when it was last upgraded and how well the upgrade was done. Also, are you planning a rehab or buy and hold transaction? Their are a lot of factors to consider in this post but it can become a realtity. Let us know your exact situation ... more
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Mon Nov 3, 2008
Tina Beasley answered:

I personally feel that there are too many properties on the market currently for you to take such a risk. Think about it. Do you want to live next door to tenants that have no stake in the condition of the place that they are renting? Of course, that would be a huge negative factor to deal with when you try to sell in the future if that property is still in disrepair. Also, I have personally found that having renters as neighbors is not usually a good senario. They have no financial stake in the property and none to you as a neighbor. However, in a high rent district, you may end up with a doctor as your neighbor. Higher rent amounts normally generate better tenants, however their is no guarantee.

I would stick to finding a home that is near other homeowners just like yourself that have a financial stake in the property. At least you would hope that they will take care of their home. I also encourage my buying clients to knock on their prospective neighbor's door and just talk to them for a few minutes. A lot of time you can get a lot of valuable information from a good neighbor. I always do this when I move.

If you are not currently working with an agent, please give me a call. I would love to share some tips with you that I feel are essential when buying a home.

Tina Beasley
Real Estate Professionals, Inc.
443-243-1832 Direct
410-918-9740 Office Service
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Fri Sep 5, 2008
Alaric Gothic answered:
To answer your basic queastion about the title company ,NO ,you signed something in that mountains of docs at closing which gives away all rights.Appeal your taxes is your only way out.
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Wed Sep 3, 2008
Fernando Herboso answered:
Edward: Not necessarily, check with a good HUD APROVED loan officer. . they should be able to tell you about the home ownership program. .
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