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Thu Aug 11, 2016
Angelica P answered:

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Wed Jun 8, 2016
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Wed Feb 17, 2016
Dr. Tjai M. Nielsen asked:
We have a recent, independent appraisal listing the correct square footage, etc. How can we have this corrected? We have also submitted this information to our local housing authority to…
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Sun Mar 22, 2015
hefavorsme7 answered:
What can I expect to pay on average for HOA fees for $85,000 - $110.000 (15 y- old) condo in Greensboro
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Wed Dec 3, 2014
NK asked:
Looking to rent a townhome in the eagle road (off bridford parkway) or on wendover avenue. Looking for 2 Bed/2Bath ideally - but can live with 1.5bath as well.. rent in the range of 800-875..…
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Wed Apr 9, 2014
Al Rodenburg answered:
There are a lot of high LTV (Loan To Value) options that we can help with:
-FHA 96.5 financing allows 3.5% gift - so no down pmt
-Conventional 95% financing; we allow 5% gift; so again, no down pmt
- if either of you are a Vet - we have 100% financing available from the VA
Hope that helps,
- Al
Al Rodenburg, NMLS # 272775
Sr. Loan Officer/Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist(CMPS)
FLAGSTAR Bank - Home Lending
Cell: (281) 402-3650
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Wed Apr 9, 2014
Al Rodenburg answered:
All the below apply; getting PreApproved is critical in today's real estate market - regardless of what State you live in.
Al Rodenburg, NMLS # 272775
Sr. Loan Officer/Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist(CMPS)
FLAGSTAR Bank - Home Lending
Cell: (281) 402-3650
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Fri Feb 7, 2014
Rozalyn Franklin answered:
Yes, FHA requires 3.0 to 3.5% Also some FHA programs such as USDA have 100% financing.
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Mon Mar 25, 2013
Ronald Clapp answered:
Hello Jeffery,

We have a beautiful townhome for rent. Please feel free to email me for more details. My email is
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Fri Jun 8, 2012
Darcy Hamar answered:
I checked the current listings in Brightwood Farm and found the following HOA fees

single family 65/monthly
townhome 131.00/monthly
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Sun Jan 1, 2012
Katrina answered:
Who can you speak to about high maintenance charges on a townhouse in broward county
pompano beach Florida..Who can i contact to complain and get this fixed ?
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Thu Aug 14, 2008
Larry Story answered:
Trailwood is a nice subdivision that is mostly older homes built in the late 70's. Most of what I would like about it is it's access to the major highways if you travel. There are two homes for sale in Trailwoods now both tudor style late 70's. Much of what you are paying for is the closeness to Grandover I know that area and have friends that live there. So market values do well. I guess my question to you is what type of home do you want and is this the area you want to be in. If you want to be close to Jamestown and High Point then this is a nice mature neighborhood.
One home is priced actually well below tax value so it is probably (depending on the condition) a pretty good deal. Have your buyers agent look at all the background information on the home. A good one can tell what is going on.

Hope this helps,
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Thu Jun 5, 2008
Larry Story answered:
Sonja is correct. A real estate attorney would be your best bet. It is hard for us to comment without knowing the details of your contract. First question is why is the seller not moving to close? Did they withdraw or postpone? Did you not have a buyer's agent on your side? In a normal situation (I am not saying this is your case) if all the dates have been met on your side and all the requirements then yes you will have recourse to recover your expenses. If the contract was ratified and everything was good then you could even sue for specific performance in that you could force them to sell. Now that is based on the presumption that you met all the requirements in a timely manner and the contract was a good one to begin with. As I mentioned before it depends on your individual contract. In NC we use a state approved standard form unless it is new construction and the builder generally will have their own attorney's draw up their own contracts.
So in closing your best bet is to consult a real estate attorney. If you do not have one I can suggest some for you. Who was the closing attorney was it you and your lender's choice or the seller's? If it was yours then ask them.

Hope this helps if you need anything else just ask.
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Wed Jun 4, 2008
Jane Domer answered:
The townhouse communities within Adams Farm have their own HOA's to maintain the landscaping and other exterior needs for the townhomes. The overall Adams Farm HOA dues are charged to maintain the common areas and manager fees. The swim and tennis club are owned and managed by another company. I'm an agent who lived in Adams Farm for 17+ years and my mother still lives there. When you need an agent who will check into details you want to know, please contact me at 336 707-2410. I enjoy helping buyers find a home they love at the right price! Jane Domer, Prudential Carolinas Realty ... more
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