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Home Buying in 78258 : Real Estate Advice

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Charmaine Sm…, Real Estate Pro in San Antonio, TX
Sat Oct 3, 2015
Charmaine Smith answered:
Taylor,
You can absolutely find homes in Cibolo that would qualify for a USDA Loan. Call, text, or email me and we can chat. charmainesmith.realtor@gmail.com
210-215-3543
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Alex Marti, Real Estate Pro in New Braunfels, TX
Sun Aug 16, 2015
Alex Marti answered:
Active Option (AO) means the home is now under contract but not yet closed. Thank you.
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Alex Marti, Real Estate Pro in New Braunfels, TX
Sun Aug 16, 2015
Alex Marti answered:
Hi Youphin,

Yes it is possible with a 685 credit score to buy a home in 78258. I office in Stone Oak and can help you find the perfect home there. Call me at 210-776-6377 or 830-358-6800 or visit my website @ www.BuySmartTexas.com thank you. ... more
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Phillip Madi…, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Sat Feb 28, 2015
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Travis Reed, Real Estate Pro in San Antonio, TX
Thu Feb 19, 2015
Travis Reed answered:
Would be happy to advise you on finding a 6+ rental option. If looking to purchase and want that shorter lease option, apartment is usually the way to go as they are more flexible on leases, most homes are 12 month. If looking for June and a home, you are alittle early to be getting start on a search as property managers only hold homes for so long before starting a lease, recommend April to start looking. Apartments they do pre-leasing and if wanting to secure now, it would be possible.

Let us know if we can help,
Travis Reed
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Charlie Rive…, Real Estate Pro in San Antonio, TX
Sat Jan 10, 2015
Charlie Rivera answered:
MJ
If you like I can send you a list of Active homes as well as homes that have sold in the Big Springs area in the last 6 months. I will provide you with a Compared Market Analysis (CMA) and give you an idea what the homes in Big Springs are listing for and more important what they are selling for. You can email me at crivera@sell-satx.com ... more
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Carmen Orta,  in San Antonio, TX
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Carmen Orta answered:
Your question did not post completely. If you are wanting to buy a home in California that is owned by BOA, you can do so even if you live here in San Antonio. Please feel free to call me to start your mortgage loan approval process and I can guide you from there.

Thank you,

Carmen Orta
210-793-2720
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Guy Gimenez, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Wed Feb 27, 2013
Guy Gimenez answered:
Banks will often rescind their acceleration demand and file it again after they've ensured, or at least feel confident, that their paperwork is in order.

As both a broker and investor, I've seen this many times. In fact, I just used a strategy successfully to run interference with the bank and stop the acceleration demand on a house in 78249 that the owner could no longer afford to keep. ... more
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Tony Z - In…,  in San Antonio, TX
Mon Sep 28, 2009
Tony Z - In The Field answered:
These are all great answers and they are all correct... look at other options, get pre-approvals, and the best foreclosure deals are usually taken by Investors like me before they hit the market.

There is no "easy way" to buy a foreclosed (or one going through foreclosure), you've got to have the skills to find them, contact owners, evaluate each situation, and construct a solution that is profitable.

I train my team to start at the Rex Report: http://www.RexReport.com. Buy the current foreclosure list and you have something to work from. Sort the list by zip code, and you have target properties in areas you are interested in.

You'll need to then contact the owners by phone, direct mail, or going and knocking on doors. That's the easy part, after you talk to an owner who is willing to work with you, you've got to evaluate their situation to see what the best strategy is... cash offer, subject to, wrap, etc.

This is how I start those on my team who want to do what you do. Let me know if I can help, I can work with you one on one here in SA. Good luck!

Tony Z
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Jim Mcninch,  in Houston, TX
Tue May 26, 2009
Jim Mcninch answered:
At this point I suggest you contact me by phone so we can discuss the details more thoroughly. Don't put your phone number on-line. If you drop me an e-mail at info@trademarkforeclosureprevention.com with your phone number I will be happy to call you or you can call me at 832-330-4588.

Jim McNinch
Trademark Realty Investments
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