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Thu Nov 10, 2016
Brendacosta11 asked:
Wed May 4, 2016
Hello Mordruu, you will have to pull permits to rebuild it and will have to go thru the city planning dept for city rules and regulations. You can use the 203k loan to do the work from a minimum 580 fico score.

The streamline 203k is from 5k up to 35k in repairs and you will have a cost/material estimator to work with the 203k loan.

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Tue Jul 28, 2015
Soniarestrada asked:
Fri Nov 12, 2010
Paul Munoz answered:
Here's some simple advice...

Walk into all the Real Estate offices surrounding your location and find out who the heavy hitters are.
Offer your service for a one time free of charge. I can almost guarantee a 99% success rate of you getting the gig. It's bold and it screams eagerness. I've meet go-getters the same way and I hired them.

Good luck my friend and be different.

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Mon Sep 22, 2008
Jared answered:
Did you let someone else tell you what the house is worth?

Sounds kinda dumb, but the real question is about the value of the house. It's worth exactly what your (or someone else) is willing to pay for it.
Are you willing to pay more because someone said so, or is it just a financing issue.
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Mon Jul 21, 2008
Diane Wheatley answered:
As long as it is there and you can physically use it, it is there and you need to be sure to list it in the MLS. County assessor's office does not always have accurate data on homes. Common occurance. Just set the record straight by listing the correct features of your home in the Multiple Listing Service and other forms of advertising. Good luck! ... more
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