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Tue Dec 1, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
If the property is auctioned for more than the loan balance, plus all the fees the bank has incurred to get this far, then it's possible you'll get some of the profits. Foreclosure is covered in your loan documents, read your note to find out the exact details. ... more
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Fri Jul 24, 2015
cpowell9 answered:
I hate to drop a competitors name but I couldn't find it here either and ended up doing it on Zillow and it updated everything on here and the other real estate cites. Pictures, info, amenities, everything. Good luck! ... more
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Sun Sep 22, 2013
ndouglastommy answered:
If I refinance my family house and request a goodbye mortgage money for my town house, I will need to pay transfer taxes for the cash out amount? How much is the %?
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Sun Jun 9, 2013
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Mon Aug 15, 2011
Lucytinaa answered:
The FHA doesn't have a minimum income requirement, the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) states, but it does require that borrowers prove they've had a steady income for at least three years. Qualifying sources of income include wages, child support, pensions, veterans' benefits, Social Security, alimony and even bonus payments and overtime if it can be shown the payments have been consistent.

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Sun May 22, 2011
The Roskelly Team answered:
Hi Chas,

You might have to make payment into an escrow account but generally the amount is negligible when the annual fees are only $100 or $200 per year.
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Sun May 22, 2011
Robert Mcgee answered:
It is because the land lease recorded in the court house says you are responsible for the taxes. It is what is called a triple net lease. You are responsible for taxes, insurance and maintenance. Leases of this type are common in commercial transactions. ... more
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Thu Aug 28, 2008
real estate md va dc answered:
Still plenty of inventory to choose from. Prices have held steady or even lowered with some condos.
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Thu Aug 28, 2008
real estate md va dc answered:
How many units is the property? it's possible you can get a commercial loan on it. try http://www.choicefinance.net/commercial_mortgage_real_estate_loans.htm
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