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Mon Mar 20, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
Most likely you do npt get access until you close and you own it. If it is occupied, then you may not get access until you evict the occupant.
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Sun Mar 19, 2017
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Tue Nov 15, 2016
Vern Herrman answered:
I too am bidding on a short sale house and I have found out that the listing agent has a bid on the house as well. I think this is crooked as hell because he can see every bid that comes through and just bid a little higher. I don't get to know other peoples bids so this gives him a very distinct advantage. An unfair advantage!!! ... more
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Tue Jun 7, 2016
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Tue Mar 22, 2016
Sardintommye asked:
I applied for loan for two-flat the unit is $85K. the LO said I should have 6 mos. reserve for the duplex owed, and 20 percent down plus closing cost. Also, the value of property is too…
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Sun Mar 13, 2016
Tony Grech answered:
Under a 620 middle score is tough. It's going to limit you with respect to lenders and programs. There are a small handful of lenders (we happen to be one) who can lend on an FHA loan with as low as a 580 middle score. Get below there and the options dwindle even more. We can do a non-prime loan with as low as a 500 middle score, but the rate won't be good and you will need at least a 20% down payment.

If you think either of these situations would help, feel free to shoot me a message with your contact info and we can discuss things in more depth.

Tony
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Wed Feb 11, 2015
Raleigh Homer answered:
It's a lot easier to just use a title company, especially when it's a higher-end property that requires a major investment and you have money to spare.

If you want to find out yourself, you can get an online report within few minutes on website such as www.nextace.com or www.searchq.com

You can download a title report that has mortgage record, ownership history, delinquent taxes even liens and foreclosure information.
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Mon Feb 9, 2015
Matt Laricy answered:
I would try writing a letter to the owner and explain what happened. Maybe this could help.
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Mon Sep 1, 2014
Steve Quintana answered:
My understanding is the City has a department where Section 8 housing is administered. That is a good place to start.
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Mon Sep 1, 2014
Shaunta Gray answered:
You can ask the service from a local Realtor to provide you a Comparative Market Analysis that will give you the above needed information.
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Wed Aug 13, 2014
Mike Opyd answered:
Your agent should be able to do a market analysis for you on this.
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Clifford Cox answered:
Of Course I can call me 847b869 1669 ext 1 Cliff or e mail me cliff@gaskinrealtors.com and I will get you what want
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Mon Jul 8, 2013
Bill J Deligiannis answered:
Look up the tax and assessors websites - the owner's name should be there.
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Sun Jan 6, 2013
Le Ann Dunne answered:
Your question is unclear. Maybe a little more clarification regarding what you are looking for?
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Mon Jul 23, 2012
Bernadine Guthrie asked:
The house you have on your site listed at 7359 S. Indiana does not show up on the cook county assessors website the correct address should be 7353 S. Indiana Chicago, IL 60619 pin # 20-27-115-018-000…
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Wed May 2, 2012
Matt Laricy answered:
I would speak to a few different lenders and see what they have to offer you for a rate.
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Mon Apr 30, 2012
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Thu Feb 23, 2012
Evelyn S. Fred answered:
Hi Jessica,

Since you're self employed the only way to prove your income is by paying your taxes. You need to show your income.

Now that you have taken care of this part, your next step would be to speak with a lender. They can help point you in the right direction.

Once they analyze your debt to income ratio, look at your credit score & history they are best equipped to either approve you for a loan or help you with credit repairs.

Call a few lenders, start with the ones that responded to your question right here on Trulia.

Good luck!
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