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Mon Apr 24, 2017
Taragaylhenderson answered:
I was wondering if I could use my neighbor's driveway. Because we just built a tiny home and it doesn't have a driveway right now. She let us use it when we started building but now she don't want us to use it because she's mad at us for no reason. That's the only way in and out to the main road. I didn't think you could block an entrance to someone's house. We're not going past her house or even close to her house I just don't know what her problem is. We don't care if the driveway. we keep it cut. We keep it clean. ... more
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Thu Apr 28, 2016
Patrycenh answered:
I have lived in Northern Warren for over 16 yrs and both of my kids are out of high school. I do think that the school system is pretty decent
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Thu Apr 28, 2016
Patrycenh asked:
I want to buy a condo, becuase he will stay in the house, he always made the payments, can I get a approved for a condo even if I am still on the house?
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Mon Dec 3, 2012
Donna Caumartin answered:
Normally when your credit was denied you would have a mutual release that must be signed by all parties who entered the contract. You must review the language that was in your purchase agreement because it depends on what that stated in your terms and conditions. If it was it a bank owned some of them have special clause where they can keep part of your earnest money. So not knowing what your contract states it could make a hudge difference.
If it was a HUD house you have to fill out a special form. So reviiew your contract completely and make sure you have a mutual release that is signed by all parties.
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Wed Sep 21, 2011
Vadim Agamirzoyan answered:
Have you figured out your situation yet?


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Thu Sep 15, 2011
Karen Paytas answered:
Hi Kathiekim,

Since there was a home included in your bankruptcy you'll most likely have to wait one more year before qualifying for a mortgage. This is a Underwriting guideline and most lenders cannot do otherwise. Purchasing a short sale is no different than purchasing any other home. The banks requirements are getting more difficult not easier. If you need assistance finding a home for either rent or lease with option or land contract I would be happy to assist.

Have A Great Day!!

Karen Paytas, GRI, CMS
Realtor
Real Living Kee Realty
586-709-8465
kpaytas@mirealsource.com
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Wed Jul 8, 2009
smith3gary answered:
Leslie,

You may also see if you qualify for a MSHDA program that allows assistance for renovations possibly including energy star appliances. http://www.michigan.gov/mshda

Left hand side of the screen under improvements ... more
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Mon Jun 22, 2009
Linda Remington answered:
With the varying intrepretations, I would defer to a tax professional on this answer.

The IRS literature and documents clearly state if the property has transferred prior to December 1, 2009 you are eligible for the tax credit. You have to read ALL of the literature as there are exclusions clearly spelled out. I don't remember specifically reading what the IRS considers a closing, hence I would seek out specific tax advice from someone who would be prepared to back their interpretation for you if you take the credit.

Anyone can fill out the documents and any claim or filing can be made with the IRS for tax purposes, but their reviews can take up to two years to come back on a determination.....at that point you are dealing with penalties and interest. I don't know that an intrepretation has been made at this point.
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Tue Feb 3, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
Kristen,

Invest the $200 in an attorney and notify the city that all correspondence will be through him/her.

How can they inspect for violations if they don't know what they are?

Before allowing them in, it would be advisable to contact an attorney.

Good luck
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