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Mon May 22, 2017
The_guy_2020 asked:
We both have good credit, but we both don't make much (I am a therapist, and she works for a non profit). Our rent keeps going up so we are looking
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Wed May 4, 2016
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Thu Mar 19, 2015
Tracy Padilla asked:
Brick Kurt does not appear to be a legitimate agent/lessor. I have received an email from this individual consistent with warnings on the below site.
http://craigslistscammer.blogsp…
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Tue Feb 3, 2015
Hossein asked:
We want to refinance our FHA loan to a conventional loan, I' m working full time and my wife has been working part time for 2 years, each year for a different company and she has W2s for…
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Sat Jun 22, 2013
Roland Vinyard answered:
The answer is really very complex. Others have raised good points. Is your next home going to be one of the same value or more? If it's more, that's a case for paying extra. On the other hand, if you want to buy the next one before this is sold, you will need that additional money more as cash than as equity. Then there are interest rates. If you can safely invest and receive higher interest than your mortgage, that is a case for not paying extra. My own feelings are always to pay down your mortgage when you can. There's a feeling of safety and ease to this that I personally like very much. Making half payments but twice as often will help do this as well as simply adding extra to the principal. It can create some record-keeping nightmares, so make sure you are careful in your notes about how much and when you pay unscheduled payments.

If you were not planning on moving so soon, I would be stronger in urging you to make the extra payments.
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
debora.martin answered:
NIFA HBA Loan Price range $200,000 and under. Minimum $1000 out of pocket.
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Tue Nov 23, 2010
Robert Mcintosh answered:
Boyer Young was the Developer for Savannah Shores and this is their map site.
http://www.boyeryoung.com/development/subdiv/savanna.asp
Grandview is an older subdivision in Papillion the actually have a facebook page
http://www.facebook.com/posted.php?id=123983607637247

Any other information you need in the Sarpy County area do not hesitate to give me a call, I have lived and worked here for over 40 years. Thanks Bob McIntosh 402-598-6912
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