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Home Buying in 78520 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 29, 2014
Bill Eckler answered:
This is a big difference in price and one should believe the first objective to be which numbers are the correct ones. If you are working with a realtor, ask them to investigate this information. In the event you are going "solo" on this, consider seeking the support of a local full time professional. You won't regret it!

Good luck,

Bill
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Wed Jun 18, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Marsv,
What you find your self won't help or hurt you. What you need to do is get in front of a great lender who can either get you pre-approved for a loan or inform you specifically what steps you need to take to be able to get pre-approved. There is no short cut to what a great lender can do. Many can help address previous credit issues if that becomes a problem.
Find a Local lender you can meet with face to face and discuss your whole scenario. There are some non-traditional credit options, utilities, cell phones, etc that may be able to bolster your situation. Best of luck.
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Thu Nov 18, 2010
Rian Muleback answered:
I have ran into this problem before and it was solved with one call to my local title company. They can give you all of the HOA information that they have on file. You can also check with the state as HOA's have to register with the state, in Oregon anyways. Hope this helps. ... more
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Mon Feb 23, 2009
Larry answered:
Note that 78520 is a large area of different neighborhoods, some nicer than others. I live in a nice area of 78520. Brownsville is a great town with a good University which is expanding, a new Museum of Fine Arts and a beautiful community of palm trees and tropical plants. Most real estate agents in town can guide you concerning neighborhoods and schools so I suggest that you interview a few of them. Best regards. ... more
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