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Home Buying in 78245 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Aug 23, 2015
Susie Kay answered:

Are you working with a realtor? If so, your realtor can check this out for you. Often times, Trulia takes longer to post new listings and let old listings stay on the website longer as well. ... more
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Mon Aug 17, 2015
Alex Marti answered:
Hi Dan you can have it manually input into the Trulia system by yourself or your realtor. They have a new agreement with some MLS's across the country but not all so some homes will not auto populate from all the MLS listings for sale. Good luck! ... more
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Sat Feb 28, 2015
Phillip Madison answered:
This site has a feature where you can search for agents, I would suggest searching there by name.
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Tue Sep 2, 2014
Travis Reed answered:
It all depends on what your score is exactly and why you are at that score. From what I have seen the lowest score that a lender would be willing to accept is 580. Lenders can also help in repairing your credit or advise you on what to do. If it is a matter of paying off a few debts that you have, a lender can do a rapid re-score to show that your credit is high-enough to approve for underwriting. If it is more complex then that then it could take somewhere between 2-8 month to repair your credit. Let me know if needing more information and would be happy to help.
Travis Reed - 210-378-7252
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Fri Oct 12, 2012
Doc & Ellen Stephens answered:

Here is a list of ALL the homes in that general area which are said to be USDA eligible. I believe a few of them are listed as USDA eligible by mistake, but for the most part, the list at least gives you an idea of what is available.

USDA loans take longer to underwrite than FHA, VA or Conventional, and are often subject to limited funding availability. Your agent will have to check out lots of details before you make an offer.

Good luck,

Ellen and Doc Stephens, REALTORS
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