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Wed May 13, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Hi David,
Too big a question to answer here. It depends on what your home looks like, needs and you can afford.
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Sat Aug 25, 2012
Michael Bray answered:
Yes. Call me for details. The program is currently sold out. There are usually a few contracts that fall out which gives you an opening. They will be announcing a new program in the next few days. You want to be positioned to take advantage because we expect the new program to sell out quickly. I can be reached anytime, on my mobile @ (915) 549-1770. ... more
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Thu Aug 2, 2012
Mike Ponting answered:
It will be easier to rent than to buy. When a landlord has your credit checked, they are looking to see if you pay your bills on time. In addition you have to ask yourself if you are living within your income. Too much in credit card debt will bring your credit score down along with not paying your bills on time. ... more
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Sun Aug 28, 2011
Shane Milne answered:
Roseealei - do you have a question about a "home credit"?


Do you have a question about qualifying to buy a home, and you've been told credit (either yours or his) is an issue? ... more
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Thu Dec 2, 2010
C S answered:
try looking up the hud pricing guidelines.

although not accurate it's a great starting point.
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Mon Apr 5, 2010
Don Tepper answered:
You'd register with your city/county and possibly with your state. I provided a link in my previous answer to your question. Here it is again. ... more
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Fri Dec 4, 2009
Yvonne A Russell answered:
I'd start with asking truila how they computed such a deviation from what you stated "most builders are asking for". Many builders use a demand function equation that factors in many independent variables to determine what homes to build and how much to charge. Some of these variables include cost/quality of materials, features in the home, goverment regulations, city codes, consumer expectations, economic variables, etc.. From that equations they know and can forecast to a degree of certainty what will happen if they change prices. Of course, there are some builders that don't use calculus or economics to determine prices but they generally don't stay in business for long. ... more
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