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Hello Fuentesamparo1118, You may qualify FHA from fico scores between 500-579 with 10% down or minimum 580 fico score may qualify FHA 3.5% down. You may consider a 3%-5% Sapphire Grant down payment program up to 417k from a minimum 620 fico score which does not have to be repaid.
A fixer upper would most likely not qualify for FHA financing but you may consider 203k loans to buy and fix those types of properties.
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Great question. I always attend every inspection and recommend having the buyers attend the last 30 minutes of inspection to ask questions. Some buyers want to be present the entire time and actually follow the inspector. If this happens I will always let the inspector know ahead of time so they can plan accordingly. Itâ€™s also a great time to go over any escrow paperwork, disclosures etc..
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I too relocated to Texas from California in February (the taxman chased me out) and although there are clearly more programs in CA for the first time buyer, there are some pretty good ones in the Lone Star State. If you haven't already found someone to help you let me know. Our company is licensed in Texas. BTW, I have never seen so much kindness, respect and just genuinely nice people all gathered in one place. You will love it here in Texas, I do! Yes you will miss the weather but there are so many other positives it will more than make up for it.
In the market where I work good quality, turnkey homes priced at market or just below move fast and with multiple offers. I agree with the other agents that if you want to sell now and are realistic about the current value of your home, why wait.
Don't try to time the market if you need to sell. You may see prices drop a few percentage points this year but qualified buyers are out there and looking to purchase while prices and interest rates are both low.
Just remember to work with your agent and take any advice he or she may give as far as getting your condo market ready. Clean, De-Clutter, De-Personalize. And maybe a new coat of paint if it needs it. A good agent will be able to advise you.
Best of Luck
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Tony ... I believe that you should be leasing a property for your business only after you have created a written and viable business plan. That plan would include timing and method for getting the business license. And consult with somebody experienced in the nature of your business and discuss whether your business plan is reasonable, that your license will help you, that you will have work comp insurance to cover employees, and whether the assets and product of your business will be insurable. Then you would consider leasing a business premises.
Harrison K. Long, Realtor agent and broker, Coldwell Banker Previews, Irvine, CA.
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234 S. Hewes went back to the bank on 7/8. I do not see any record of it being sold on the MLS. Maryann is right. The bank will more than likely list it with a Realtor ASAP. You can save your own search at http://www.400kHomes.com or we will be glad to do it for you. That way the as soon as it hits the market, you will be notified by email or phone.
I do not see any record of a 232 S. Hewes St. anywhere. Can I ask where you saw this address?