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Mon Feb 23, 2015
Terry Bell answered:
Lots of people have ended up with bad credit after the fall of the economy, but everyone can start improving their situation by working out a strategy to improve your credit. There's lots of great websites with tips you can explore. You should also contact some of the lenders that are in your area to see just how far away you are in numbers to your goal. Of course, the more cash you have to put down, the more lenient lenders will be about lending. And sometimes you may have relatives that would consider being a co-investor. Just don't go running out to buy a new car first! ... more
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Fri Jan 11, 2013
Lisa Scott-Zatta answered:
Whether you are on the title or the loan, if the home was purchase after you two were married you would be entitled to your community property portion in the event of a divorce. The only way you would NOT be entitled to this is if you sign a document at closing indicating that the home was purchased as his separate property. Clearly, you wouldn't be signing that. ... more
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Mon May 28, 2012
Lindsay Kay Berthelot answered:
Have you found yourself a REALTOR yet? A Real Estate Professional has access to the Multiple Listing Service and should easily be able to assist you. If you send me a message (and you can do so from my Trulia Profile Page) containing your email address, I can email you Condos that are currently listed on Hebert Street in Capital Heights. That's a hot area and what I consider to be one of the most hopping and exciting parts of town! ... more
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