Try contacting an agent and/or property management company directly, either through Trulia, or using Google with "property management companies 85323" in the search field. Working past an eviction will be tough, but perhaps someone will help make it right for you, given the length of your tenancy prior to your eviction. You also have a story to tell regarding it, make sure you tell your story.
Best of luck to you!
I'm an agent in the 85323 area and would be happy to provide you with contact information for a mortgage broker. He'll ask you a few questions and email you a one page application to fill out and send back and answer any and all questions you may have. You can reach me directly at 623-696-0228 or via email at email@example.com I look forward to speaking with you soon!
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If you are interested in a list of the actively listed homes in Coldwater Springs, you can view the most current results here: http://www.flexmls.com/cgi-bin/mainmenu.cgi?cmd=url+other/run_public_link.html&public_link_tech_id=x1l05zztic4&s=12&id=1&cid=1
If you would like to search the MLS just like a realtor does, you can do so at the following link: www.jenniemillerrealtor.com... more
Hi Scott. I almost forgot...Kendra works Valley-wide, NOT just in the East Valley. She will also run the rental comps in the area of your home and give you a good idea of what to charge for monthly rent.
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Bad in the past, I paid off most debts I had with a few going to collectors but they have long since stopped trying. It has been about 6 years now since things went bad. My credit score has gone up a bit but it is slow going.... more
Only a lender could answer that question. There are other options for you but you need an Agent to help you find those options. There are Lease/Purchase Agreements, Seller Carry Options, etc. The only way you will find out if is you talk to a lender and an Agent. There may be an Agent out there with the perfect place for you to settle for a time until you can once again qualify for a new mortgage.... more
Just about anywhere that allows for this in the CC&R's
are you looking for a park (lease) or to purchase?
Also the big question is what are you willing to spend and what type of amities would you like to have at the property.... more
I talked to several builders and they all confirmed that the Integra block home does have added value, You would save money on your energy bills. I would say it it is worth $2-5K more in this market and area. If we were in a severe weather area, I would think that it would be worth considerably more...http://www.integrawall.com may have some additional info for you....... more
You need to talk to you bankruptcy attorney to confirm what happened. If in fact you discharged your debt, to complete a work out you would have to re affirm you debt. Both the first and second would have to be reaffirmed unless they were addressed separately in the bankruptcy. However, again, this is very complex and you should have legal counsel review the situation before you do anything!
If you don't want your house tell the bank the chapter ,case number and date filed and dismissed. Then start looking for a new place to live.
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Tax preparer seems to think so? Is this person a CPA or tax attorney? A gigantic red flag shot up when I read your question. In matters of taxes as detailed as this, always seek qualified advice from an expert.... more
One of the ways you can do this without going into further debt is to have the rental payments that you are currently making reported to your credit report to help boost your score. I am currently doing this through a company called creditmyrent.net. Here is the link to site www.creditmyrent.net. Who knows maybe they can help you as well.... more
No one can really predict if they will rise or how much. HOA's in this market are being forced to raise rates as the volume of Foreclosed homes is going up. HOA rates over the years do go up, that's the one thing people don't really like about HOA's is they can raise rates and there isn't a hole lot you can do about it. If your buying a house in the area they will provide you with a financial statement so you can see how they are operating financially.
If there is anything else I can help you with let me know.