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Thu Apr 27, 2017
Aileentr asked:
Mon May 16, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Depends on the house and the neighborhood! Some parts of Aurora are better than others.
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Thu Oct 15, 2015
Kyle Foster answered:
You should be eligible for an FHA loan at 3.5% down payment at a 30 year fixed mortgage loan. My best guess is that you would be preapproved for around $300,000. However I would recommend that you only borrow 70% - 80% of the maximum amount. For $300,000 I would then recommend you look at homes priced between $210,000 - $240,000 unless you are ok with being "house poor". Although not impossible, this price range will most likely not buy you a single family home (in good condition) within the Cherry Creek School District. You could find some very nice town homes and condos for this price range.

Kyle Foster
Keller Williams Realty - DTC
www.DenverRealEstateGuy.com
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Thu Oct 15, 2015
Kyle Foster answered:
In other words, the buyers and sellers are "under contract" to complete the sale at the contracted "purchase price" and the appraiser has confirmed that he/she believes the homes current monetary value is precisely equal to the contracted "purchase price". A bank or mortgage lender will only loan money equal to the appraised value. So if the buyer is under contract to purchase a home for $300,000 and the appraiser says the home is valued at $285,000, the mortgage lender will only lend the buyer $285,000. So, either the buyer has to bring an extra $15,000 cash to closing, or the seller has to agree to lower the price down to $285,000. If the buyer cannot bring the extra cash, and the seller does not agree to lower the price of the home to match the appraised value, the contract dies (void) and the two parties go their separate ways.

Kyle Foster
Keller Williams Realty - DTC
www.DenverRealEstateGuy.com
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Thu Feb 12, 2015
Kyle Foster answered:
If the person/company that is making this claim has a license to practice real estate in the state of Colorado, please file a complaint with the Department of Regulatory Agencies (Division of Real Estate). See the link below.

If the person/company is not associated with a licensed entity that it may be more difficult to proceed. I'd love to offer you some help but I'd need some more information. Please contact me anytime. Thanks.
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Fri Jan 30, 2015
Nicole Montano answered:
It depends on the size of the home, the demand for rentals and the exact location in 80015. $1100 does not sound bad for rent right now in the Murphy Creek area. I have a property that is renting for $1600 in the Barnum neighborhood of Denver Metro and it is not nearly as nice as the properties out here. What is he trying to raise the rent to? ... more
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Thu Jan 9, 2014
mangofruit911 answered:
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Tue Oct 8, 2013
Belinda Spillman answered:
Of course you don't have to use a Realtor but remember, there are some serious legal issues with selling your home. You don't want to be alone in this venture. Why expose yourself to the legal liabilities of selling your own home unless you are an expert in real estate. You wouldn't treat yourself for a medical condition so why go this alone when there is so much at risk. You need someone representing and working for you. ... more
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Thu Sep 5, 2013
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Tue Jul 10, 2012
Shelley Bryant answered:
It would depend on many upgrades the builder is including in the base price and the options you might still need to pay to add, i.e. air conditioning, lot premium, ceiling fan prewires and fans, upgraded appliances, granite counters, wood floors vs. carpet etc...it can all add up quickly- most builders have some of the upgrades on a price cheet.

Shelley Bryant, Realtor, 303-521-7085
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Fri Jun 15, 2012
Wjmoore1011 answered:
What is your reason for Bad credit? I know a lot of places by pass medical bills and look more at your payment history. if you pay you mortgage/rent on time and credit cards on time. Than Medical bills, collection bills etc. might not always count against you. ... more
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Mon Jun 4, 2012
Shelley Bryant answered:
Thu Mar 15, 2012
Sean Dougherty answered:
You will need to e-mail Trulia to have them remove the information. What are you trying to accomplish here? Did you buy a home, and the pictures of the previous owners' stuff is still in there? Or did you list your home, and it didn't sell? ... more
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Mon Jun 7, 2010
Kimberly Ryan answered:
Florida must be hot right aobut now!
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