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Home Buying in 72758 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 31, 2016
Bret R Davis asked:
After paying the down payment required to buy a house I might not be able to afford the closing costs. I am curious if I can add the closing costs into the mortgage loan in case I don't…
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Fri May 15, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
The closing costs are estimated by the lender based on the date, price, taxes etc. The buyer's lender can provide the best estimate.
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Tue Feb 11, 2014
Chris Payton answered:
I can help you find a home, a good lender (if you need one), a home inspector, a title company, write the offer, video the home and upload for you to see online as I walk through, do all paperwork with digital signatures, and overnight you the closing package by mail for your signatures. I can be your buyer's agent and it costs you nothing to use me.

I hold an ePRO Designation and I know how to work with online buyers.

Whatever you choose to do, I wish you good luck in your purchase!
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Mon Nov 4, 2013
Judy Luna answered:
Hi Rita, You could contact the title company where she closed (signed the papers) when she purchased the home. They can help you with the paperwork. If you ever do need the help of a realtor, don't hesitate to contact me. ... more
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
Judy Luna answered:
It's really interesting that three years later this question has yet another answer and yet another Realtor willing to "help" a high-dollar buyer. Maybe I'm a little cynical, but probably you have already found something and none of us who answered before was "the" Realtor selected.

In any case, if you are actually still looking for a home, there are a lot of us who can help, including me (I'm not too proud to admit it). And as others who have answered this question have stated, there are a lot of factors to consider in terms of what you are looking for, lifestyle needs and choices (e.g. commuting or other), amenities and the type of home you are looking for, etc.

My "bona fides" include several university degrees, as well as many years experience working with buyers (and sellers) and several real estate designations for my specialties. You can do your own search at my website listed below and get more general information about real estate in NW Arkansas at my main website at
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Wed Nov 19, 2008
Judy Luna answered:
That home was sold on October 17 according to the NW Arkansas Multiple Listing Service. It was listed at $139,500 and sold for $132,000.

I'm not sure where Zillow and Cyberhomes get their information, but the official database of homes on the market in NW Arkansas (listed by a realtor) is the NW Arkansas Multiple Listing Service (MLS). I have a website which has the most current information (updated hourly) for the NW Arkansas MLS. This is a public version and has only homes which are currently lon the market. If the home doesn't appear, it is probably no longer available--either sold, withdrawn, or under contract. The web address of my home search website appears below. ... more
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Wed Nov 19, 2008
Ben Roberts answered:
2309 West Willow Street in Rogers was sold on 10/17/08 for $132,000. Let me know if there are any others you have questions about. I'd be happy to help.

To answer your second question....Valuations on sites like Zillow and Cyberhomes use algorithms to calculate value. To accurately determine the worth of a home you really need a Realtor to provide an analysis of the sold homes in the area around the subject property. This service is usually free as is buyer agency in Northwest Arkansas (Seller's pay buyer's agent's fees, not buyers). I highly recommend using a Realtor to help you with your home purchase. ... more
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