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Mon Aug 10, 2015
Linda Pollog answered:
It is an expired listing, the last time it was for sale was in 2010 for $58,000.00, apparently it never sols. you can call me if you wish, 561-315-7481. I am a realtor
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Thu Jul 9, 2015
Keri Pachon answered:
Hi Matt,
I have a first time home buyer program with no money down and no closing costs, no mortgage insurance so perhaps that may be a better option. Lease options are usually not beneficial to the tenants/buyers but more for the owners. Call/text or email me if you would like more information.
Keri :)

Keri Sweetland Pachon
Jupiter Lighthouse Realty
561-667-1905 cell/text
sweetland.jlr@gmail.com (email)
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Thu Jul 9, 2015
Keri Pachon answered:
Thu Jul 9, 2015
Keri Pachon answered:
Hi Virgina,
Palm Beach County is selling quickly and bank owned properties are hot, hot, hot. Fannie Mae (Homepath) has a matrix that they follow when pricing their properties so chances are it is listed at or very close to the min. they can accept. If this is a single family home you will most likely find yourself in a bidding war. You can however go onto www.homepath.com and sign up for their "ready buyer" program. You pay $75.00 but if your offer is accepted you will get that reimbursed at closing and guaranteed 3% towards closing costs, prepayments or interest rate buy down points. Several of my buyers have found it to be great. However it does not increase your chances of getting the property. Additionally, they may come back and ask for your highest and best offer up to 2 times. Your Realtor should run comps to be sure that it will appraise but again if it is a single family home, you must prepare to be aggressive with your offer if you really want to buy. GOOD LUCK!!! :) ... more
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Mon Feb 6, 2012
Gino Herring, SFR answered:
Please give me a call. I would be happy to help you with your home search.

Gino Herring, SFR
United Realty Group, Inc.
954-770-5568
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Mon Feb 6, 2012
Gino Herring, SFR answered:
Please give me a call. I would be happy to help you with your home search.

Gino Herring, SFR
United Realty Group, Inc.
954-770-5568
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Thu May 26, 2011
Mb513 asked:
home before a purcha Continued- This would be a "first time home buyer" situation. If I am looking to purchase this property, i Definitely would need to live there for 12 (twelve)…
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Tue May 27, 2008
peter just answered:
There are three documents ia a proper "Lease with option to buy" agreement:
1) The option money agreement. Normally non refundable or goes towards a downpayment on the property.
2) The lease agreement. Should be drawn up by an attorney. There are a lot of pitfalls for the landlord.
3) The purchase contract a FAR or FAR/BAR contract
These deals are complicated and usually needs another document to tie the 3 docs together, an attorney matter. In your case, if it was the option money, you should keep it minus ev commission.
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