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Mon Jun 13, 2016
Tyeshalia answered:
There a number of appraisal requirements that need to be satisfied on a USDA loan. The property based on its value and features must be considered as modest for the rural area in which it's located. So if the property value is above the median home values, USDA may not approved financing.
http://USDALenders.org
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Mon Mar 28, 2016
Tracy Reddick asked:
Thu Jul 9, 2015
Trekky1958 asked:
our last move we are looking for a investor to help but this may sound daft but this is it on both our deaths we will give the investor 75% of the sale of the house the rest will be to…
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Sat Jun 27, 2015
Kirsten Prizzi 239-248-1667 answered:
Your listing agent can change your home on Trulia. If you home is currently not listed go to the home claim and change the information.
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Thu Jul 31, 2014
Angie Enochs answered:
There are a lot of other things to consider with this question. My team sells many homes in this area and would love to be of service for you. My contact information will be listed below but I would love to do a comparable market analysis for you.
Angie Enochs
(573)-999-5633
Angie.enochs@houseofbrokers.com
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Wed Mar 30, 2011
Jan Bowman answered:
Marissa, there are several things to consider. Yes the credit score will play a role in doing a lease purchase. Often you can negotiate a portion of your lease amount to go toward the down payment on the home. Again this is totally up to the owner. As for getting loans, I would suggest you review your credit report, see where the number is and be sure the information is correct on the report. Also, you may find another lender more amiable if your score is marginal so check around. IF it is really low, certainly make your payments on time, pay off all the debt you can. And actively work to remove any mis information on the report. Good luck. ... more
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Tue Mar 22, 2011
Dave Miller E-pro answered:
Jessica, there are 2 types of USDA loans. There is the direct and then there is the insured. The direct loans have a subsidized interest rate available for those that quaiify. You can either apply at the USDA office for a direct loan or most lenders in town can do a USDA insured loan. You can learn all the details at www.rurdev.usda.gov ... more
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Tue Mar 22, 2011
Wanda Couch answered:
I highly recommend checking with your local Better Business Bureau to see if any complaints have been filed against this company. It's free to go online to BBB web site and search any company. I recently checked a local siding company that had just given me an estimate for new siding. I found they had some complaints. I called the company to get their side because it didn't show any had been resolved. They refused to give any explaination or even blow some fluffy tale as to why it wasn't their fault. I found another company for the job. BBB is great. Someone told me you used to could go to the State Attorney General's office and check on companies. I never tried so I dn't know if that's really true.
Wanda Couch 678-614-5883
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Tue Apr 13, 2010
Marilyn Bell answered:
You can see if there's an investor group in your area. This is a national investor group with local affiliated groups all over the country http://www.nationalreia.com/

There are probably many homes available with lease purchase options on the market already. Consult a Realtor in your area and I'm sure they'll be happy to find them for you. I've noticed an increase in lease purchase options available due to the current real estate climate. Good luck! ... more
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Fri Jun 12, 2009
Trisha Lee answered:
Lisa -
Well...it's POSSIBLE but they will pay a premium, especially if they have pets. Do you know what price range?
Thanks, Trisha
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Sun Feb 15, 2009
Thez Santos answered:
Rebecca, the bank deals with whoever the borrowers are, whether you were living in the property or not at the time of the foreclosure, notice will be served.

There are better alternatives than foreclosure. If you know anybody who are in the same boat, please pass the word, I specialize in short sales, they deserve peace of mind.. I can assist them..make fresh starts.....

Sincerely,

Thez Santos, Broker Associate
RE/MAX westlake Investments
(650) 520 7770
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Wed Jul 2, 2008
Dale Weir answered:
Trisha is the expert in Columbia, that's where I send my St Louis people who have columbia real estate needs, so talk to her.
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