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Sun Feb 7, 2016
Leah Alton asked:
I am looking to buy a lot of land that has an existing house on it listed for 100k. The house is pretty run down and I'm not sure if it is livable or not. What we ultimately want to…
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Mon Nov 2, 2015
Kathy Burgreen answered:
You have to apply for personal loans or some other type of financing. The issue is mortgage lenders cannot finance mobile homes unless you own the land underneath. If you will buy the land, then it's considered real estate & will be eligible for a mortgage. Without buying the land, the mobile home is considered personal property - not real estate. ... more
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Wed May 6, 2015
Jason and Jen Catalanotto answered:
You can either get them from the seller if available or pay to have a new certificate issued
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Thu Jun 12, 2014
Synergy Team answered:
The HOA is for the clubhouse use if you would like to use the pool. Lawn care is also optional and is additional monthly fee.
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Sat May 10, 2014
Alma Kee answered:
The State of Florida has a first time homebuyer Bond Program that may be able to give you up to $10k to buy a home!

You MUST work with an APPROVED lender to get this money so I would start first with one of the State of Florida approved lenders, Gina Harris with iBeria Bank mortgage is very experienced with this program.

You may also be able to participate in some of Pasco County's downpayment programs and Gina is very experienced with those, too.

Here is a link to the Bond program info:
http://www.freddiemac.com/learn/pdfs/uw/docmatrix.pdf

Hope this helps

All the best,
Alma Kee
Sold On Tampa Team
813.244.9898
www.SoldOnTampa.com
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Tue Jan 14, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
Agressive?
Does this mean pack the product with hidden fees so the banks makes more money?
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Does this mean compelling the borrower to 'lock in' before the are prepared to do so?
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Does this mean being able to switch products five days before closing when the borrower has few choices and all are extremely painful.
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Does this mean providing the cheapest money/
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Does it mean using the money of others to make the bankers fees look less?
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Does this mean a banker who has the agility to provide funding over a broad spectrum of situations and circumstances and works cooperatively with buyers and investors of vision.
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I can help you with the latter but for the 'cheap money' solutions....the internet is full of them.

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
REMAX Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
727.420. 4041
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Mon Jan 13, 2014
Liz DeAmbrose answered:
Wesley Chapel is a good investment. Everything is moving that way. New places to work, new construction of the mall, new college campus. People like to own and rent in the area. You will be fine. ... more
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Mon Jan 6, 2014
Wendi Borders answered:
The sooner the better, with interest rates slated to go up the buyers are ready to buy anytime. Lower inventory does increase home sales prices in most cases. If you need assistance please feel free to contact our office at 813 345 8559 or visit our website at www.firstinpm.com. ... more
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Wed Dec 25, 2013
Liz DeAmbrose answered:
The first step to home buying is being pre-approved by a lender. The lender will not only tell you what you qualify to buy but ways to improve your credit score. Credit can be repaired and usually in a reasonable amount of time. A pre-approval letter accompanies written offers on property. The seller needs to know that as a buyer you are capable of financing and closing. ... more
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Tue Mar 9, 2010
Lou Molnar answered:
Your question is best answered by an attorney or the owner/property manager with whom you are dealing. Either the owner will or wont. If you wish to press it there is where an attorney would be needed. As evidenced by previous answers there will be a million opinions to your question. ... more
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