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Thu Feb 1, 2018
Nelson.spade asked:
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Wed Apr 6, 2016
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Mon Sep 14, 2015
Dawnmcclary asked:
I'm waiting on the title company to complete the HUD they are held up because of HOA fees and I have not wire transfer the remaining balance for the property because I'm being…
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Tue Jul 2, 2013
parrinogirl asked:
and you have another home on Embers way that IS part of hearth stone that is listed incorrectly. FYI
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
Cindy Breneman answered:
I'm not sure of your question. When making an offer on the house you can include a request to repair/replace the roof and make the offer contingent on the seller either making the repairs or negotiate to reduce the price to compensate for the repairs that you will have to make once you own the home. Normally, these repairs are items that are discovered during the home inspection and are dealt with through the buyers home inspection response. I usually advise buyers to have the repairs made by the seller. That will cover the buyer from any unforeseen repairs that might be discovered as the roof repairs are made. Either way the cost should be determined by getting 2-3 free estimates by a reputable roofing company. ... more
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Mon Feb 4, 2008
Cindy Breneman answered:

When choosing a mortgage lender/broker make sure to compare all the costs you are going to incur and also compare the mortgage options that they have available to you. There are many options and programs that most home buyers are not aware of and lenders may not mention them to you. A good lender will have a wide variety of programs and options available to meet your specific needs. As for 10% down, it would depend on the type of financing you are getting. If you are going with a typical 30-year conventional mortgage with only 10% down you will probably be paying PMI which will increase your monthly payments. It can seem complicated, but a good real estate agent should be able to help you decide what would be the best program for you and would be happy to do so at no cost to you. If you have any other questions or would like to discuss some of the options that you might have available, please contact me. ... more
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