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Home Buying in 75078 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu May 26, 2016
Susie Kay answered:
Your question is too general. Please elaborate your situation or consult your realtor. She/he is paid to assist you.
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Fri Apr 15, 2016
pulgan answered:
This doesn't sound like the reason they are breaking the contract. If they want to sell the house a small repair should not matter. Everybody is doing what it takes to sell a house. I personally think with house prices going up at this date (2016), they may have a better offer and could be using whatever excuse they can come up with. You may want to remind them if they signed a purchase agreement, that you would like them to adhere to it. Sometimes if there are too many problems tied to deal, you may want to look for the right one. I often think to myself, if these people are like that, what are the neighbors like. A house is usually long term. I haven't bought a house without talking to neighbors and visiting the area at night just to see if I may have missed something. ... more
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Sun Jan 31, 2016
Aparna Iyer answered:
Is the MUD tax a double taxation ? Does the owner need to pay taxes to both the city & the MUD ?197
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Thu Mar 27, 2014
Kenneth "Kenny" Bebensee answered:
Contact any lender of your choice and they should be able to help you. Then pick any 1 Realtor to work with only.
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Fri Oct 29, 2010
Ronda Allen answered:
As far as neighborhoods in Prosper, TX without HOA restrictions, you may want to consider Hillside, Valley View, Rhea Mills Estates, Collin Green, Bradford Farms, and Raewood on Preston. All of Prosper geographically qualifies for the USDA loan program, although you would also have to meet the criteria to use this loan. You can learn more about that program, and others, at the link below.
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Mon Oct 25, 2010
Ronda Allen answered:
One of the least-developed subdivisions ahead of the recession hitting our area in Summer, 2008 and it hasn't recovered, even though many Prosper neighborhoods have been seeing amazing recovery in 2009/2010. Until the big banks get their act together on how they will be handling foreclosures, this particular neighborhood will continue to suffer due to low consumer confidence and a developer who is not maintaining the lots in and around the subdivision. If you look just one neighborhood to the East, you'll find Steeplechase, where K Hovnanian is having great growth this year and just held a grand opening on their model home. ... more
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