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Sun May 8, 2016
Joanne asked:
Owner wouldn't fix water problem under crawl space. Bank wanted me to fix it even before they gave me a final approval letter, then after I paid fix it, they denied the loan. Who should…
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Sun May 8, 2016
Joanne asked:
Owner wouldn't fix water problem under crawl space. Bank wanted me to fix it even before they gave me a final approval letter, then after I paid fix it, they denied the loan. Who…
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Wed Dec 16, 2015
Virginia Dearhart asked:
Mon Apr 13, 2015
Michael Limina answered:
Trulia does not. Have you tried Zillow and ForSaleByOwner.com?
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Mon Mar 30, 2015
Michael Limina answered:
Like the previous response said, Trulia is a good starting point but an agent is going to be your best source for accurate, up-to-date listings. Contact me if I can help you.

Mike
843-352-3432
michael@liminarealtygroup.com
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Fri Feb 14, 2014
edward.north answered:
My name is Edward North, I am a Sr Home Loan Specialist with Churchill Mortgage here in Charleston, SC. We are the only Mortgage Company ever endorsed by Dave Ramsey. I would happy to assist you in the mortgage process and could help you in finding a Reputable Realestate Agent in that area. Please call me 843-763-5666 or edward.north@churchillmortgage.com ... more
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Wed Jan 22, 2014
Barbra Fink answered:
Many lenders are helpful in providing you the information that will assist you in increasing your credit score. Sometimes it's as easy as paying down a current debt with just a few dollars. Contact a lender and ask for help! ... more
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Tue Jan 14, 2014
Teresa Byrnes answered:
I am an experienced Loan Officer and would welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you may have. My phone number is 843 847 1322.
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Tue Nov 19, 2013
Darren Sweet answered:
Thomas,

With today's technology it is possible to qualify while deployed. As a retired military person myself, I understand the difficulties with deployments. Most beneficial in your case is a good agent, extremely familiar with the nuances of deployments and stresses often caused at home to represent you.

If need any other assistance, please let me know.

Darren Sweet
(843) 609-7962
Healthy Realty
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Tue Nov 19, 2013
Darren Sweet answered:
Gary,

I live in the Summerville / Jedburg area and as a licensed Civil Engineer am very familiar with the land use regulations and growth pattern projections in the area you are speaking of. There is considerable bare land listed for sale in this area, however, there also are large tract land owners which may be willing to subdivide a portion of their property to meet your needs.

I would enjoy being your buyers agent and finding you your piece of hunting paradise.

If I can be of further assistance please contact me.

Darren Sweet
(843) 609-7962
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Tue Nov 19, 2013
Darren Sweet answered:
Historic districts are often the charming sections of towns, particularly providing the small town atmosphere. Typically within walking distance of the local business district, while providing access to more modern conveniences.

While historic homes can be difficult to renovate as discussed below, there can be opportunities with lot availability for new construction to match the exterior architectural features, while providing all the modern conveniences.
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Thu Nov 7, 2013
Jim Bailey answered:
Keep it simple. If you are leasing: Lease. If you are buying: Buy. As another agent mentioned, getting the two things tangled up can cause nightmares if not done correctly. By all means, get some help with whatever you do. There's an old saying that good fences make good neighbors, and using an expert agent or attorney (or both) is a great way to put a "fence" between the two parties so that there no potential boundary disputes on getting the deal done. ... more
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Mon Nov 5, 2012
David Benton answered:
You have to be the one to decide how to best use your time. You may find that you learn a lot by following through to the next step.

The father who is on the hook for the loan may need a little more information as to the benefits he will see on his credit if the short sale is approved. Actually there are pros and cons to the short sale. The con can be an unplanned tax liability.

Both borrowers need the whole picture so they can make an informed decision. Often when someone is being difficult it is because they don't understand a lot of what is going on so they naturally don't want to make a decision.

I would bullet list the benefits and the downside of doing a short sale and the same with the foreclosure. I would then explain these to the father. He is then either on board with it at that point or he's not.
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