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Home Buying in 92841 : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 25, 2017
Nicole Fedorchek answered:
After you sign loan docs, and before the loan is funded, the lender will typically do one final verification of credit and current employment.
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Mon Dec 5, 2016
Shannonlamp26 answered:
Hi out there i want to urgently sell my car 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE rust free and have not been invovle in any accident
Mileage 36,012 miles
9,103 below average
MPG 40 city / 38 hwy
EPA Fuel Economy Guide
Style XLE 4dr Sedan
Engine 2.5L I4
Transmission Cvt
Fuel Gas/Electric Hybrid
Drive Train FWD
Exterior Color White

if interested text at (951) 223-5124 for more info and pics
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Sat Sep 14, 2013
Randall Yates answered:
Depends on loan amount and credit, I can refer you to a couple lenders that may be able to help you. I know many lenders that can do loans almost no other company can.. www.thelendersentwork.com ... more
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Kawain Payne answered:
Hello Jimmy,

I would not use the term OBLIGATED.

If the item presents a heath and safety issue you as the buyer have every right to request the repair.

The seller may not be in a position to make the repair, they could not have the funds on hand for the repair. If this is the case, you can ask for a credit from the seller to be paid to you at close of escrow and have the repair done yourself.

If the seller refuses to make the repair or issue you a credit for the repair you have two choices:

1. Providing you are within the contingency period you can cancel the sale and request return of your deposit.

2. You can move ahead with the sale and take the home "AS IS".

I hope your seller will not be too one sided, and agree to a solution you BOTH will be able to live with.

Best of luck to you!

Kawain Payne, Realtor
Prudential California Realty
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Sun Oct 11, 2009
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Dear 714,
I have to agree with Jeremy, it's not easy to locate property based upon it's archetectural style. Lucily, Spanish sylte homes are plentyful in Southern California, so you shouldn't have too much trouble locating them on the MLS> Craftsman, on the other hand seem to be located together, in certain older neighborhoods. In Los Angeles area that would be Venice,Inglewood, and some pockets of Larchmont, and WLA.
I would sugest the older areas of Ontario, as a place to start. Access the MLS with no obligation from my website below.
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Wed Oct 1, 2008
Anh answered:
Thanks for all answers!
I know about the FHA 3.5%. But because my wife just recently bought a house for her family under her name, using the 5% conventional loan. So I talked to a mortgage consultant, she said if I want to go with FHA, they will have to pull my wife's credit and include her debt to mine. We want to put this house under my name only. So with her debt included, I might not qualify in term of DSR for FHA. ... more
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