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Sally Grenier, Real Estate Pro in Boulder, CO
Tue Oct 4, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
You need to contact the Trulia help desk. Go to lower right corner and click on "Help Center". Good luck!
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Rich Reed, Real Estate Pro in Arcadia, CA
Fri Aug 19, 2016
Rich Reed answered:
Yes, probably. You can read all about it here: http://realtytimes.com/agentnews/agentadvice1/item/42342-20160216-disclosure-of-agents-interest
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Tpmbip, Home Buyer in San Jose, CA
Wed Jul 27, 2016
Tpmbip answered:
Is loss of job sufficient explanation for extenuating circumstances for a lesser waiting period for a foreclosure?
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Looselip1121, Home Buyer in Phoenix, AZ
Fri Jun 17, 2016
Looselip1121 answered:
I want to purchase a moblie home but its on a senior patk, the owner iof the park said i cant move it why
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Sam Shueh, Real Estate Pro in Cupertino, CA
Sat Apr 23, 2016
Sam Shueh answered:
Most likely not. Some have a specific parking lot for vehicles, boats under s specific dims,
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Tina Peters, Real Estate Pro in Los Gatos, CA
Tue Mar 1, 2016
Tina Peters answered:
Hi,

This depends on the COE days on your purchase agreement once all contingencies have been met, etc.

Best wishes,

Tina
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Arpad Racz, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Fri Nov 27, 2015
Arpad Racz answered:
Hi,

I would recommend reviewing the sellers disclosures and inspections on a particular house to see the condition. Many property inspections may mention if they found foundation bolts, etc.

Kind regards,

Arpad
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Thu Feb 26, 2015
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Most likely what we would need to do is take her off of the loan. she can stay on Title. I am not sure if you are in MI or CA, if you are in CA I may be able to help you.

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Bill Eckler, Real Estate Pro in Venice, FL
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Bill Eckler answered:
This is a dated but still valid question.....

One should be very careful when it comes to purchasing property that have known code violations. While some are minor and require little to no owner attention there are also those that are very major and could prevent the buyer from obtaining a "certficate of occupancy" until these diffencies are corrected and approved.

Just keeping it real!

Bill
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Ruth and Per…, Real Estate Pro in Los Gatos, CA
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
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Sam Shueh,  in San Jose, CA
Sat Sep 28, 2013
Sam Shueh answered:
Upward until market can not sustain at current level. Everyone knows the shortage of housing and strong demand from high tech industry will push the home prices more.

Just because west & central side of the Santa Clara County have surpassed historically high, there are still many neighborhoods have not still max out yet.

There are plenty of investors who are happy with 3-4% cap rate. Many seem to have forgotten that rentals in the past always ran negative cash flow. There was never a shortage for an investment home since tax write off was useful to offset hefty income from many.
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lendersnetwo…, Real Estate Pro in Plano, TX
Tue Sep 24, 2013
lendersnetwork answered:
There is no credit history requirement, you will need a 620 credit score and 3% down for conventional loans with the Lenders I know that have helped my clients.. If you would me to refer you to a Lender please email me or visit our website..

https://thelendersnetwork.com/conventional-mortgage/
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Michelle Car…, Real Estate Pro in Coppertino, AL
Tue Aug 27, 2013
Michelle Carr-Crowe answered:
For any loan an appraisal will be required. Your question is whether or not you have to pay an appraisal fee. The simplest answer is ask your lender if they will either waive the fee or reimburse it to you at close of escrow. ... more
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Trung Lam &…, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Trung Lam & Evan 408-900-0009 answered:
It is also depends on the completion of your application and support documentations. But a simple sweet answer would be 2-4 days.

Good luck!
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Michelle Car…, Real Estate Pro in Coppertino, AL
Thu Dec 20, 2012
Michelle Carr-Crowe answered:
Are you a new or experienced home buyer? My suggestion would be to ask the agent helping you for assistance and guidance on this.

Checking with the Recorders Office (in person) for direction is a good first step. If you can't get the answers you need there, ask your agent to connect you with a title company to see 1) how much they actually charge, 2) whether anyone working there does or is available for freelance or project work and what their rates are. ... more
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Michelle Car…, Real Estate Pro in Coppertino, AL
Thu Dec 20, 2012
Michelle Carr-Crowe answered:
You may need to ask an outside neutral third party to examine this for you before you get into contract. You can get a copy of the recorded note at your local County recorder's office to check the terms.

Some second loans end up being "unsecured credit." Most will accept some sort of payment & forgiveness plan (e.g. $50K they may settle for $30K promissory note paid over 5 years).
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Maria Cipoll…, Real Estate Pro in Coral Springs, FL
Thu Dec 6, 2012
Maria Cipollone answered:
Of course you have proof, your parents can write a letter explaining that they received "X" amount of money every month from you guys for the past 2.5 years ( it could be any amount that you normally take out from your bank account). If this letter can not help you, look for a mortgage broker not for a loan officer from any bank to assist you with your loan. Mortgage brokers have access to many banks, private lenders and many different programs.

Best of Luck,

Maria Cipollone

Century 21 tenace

www.Flahomespecialist.com
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unitedloanfi…, Home Seller in San Jose, CA
Fri Nov 16, 2012
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Andrea Wince…, Real Estate Pro in Milpitas, CA
Sun Jul 22, 2012
Andrea Wince ~ Lic. 01439761 answered:
Hello Pam, most active agents in our area have experience with purchasing REO properties and I am one of them. The majority of us use standard California Association of Realtor forms for purchase offers. Typically with REO props, the banks come back and counter with their own contracts, forms, addendums, etc. and it can seem overwhelming to first time REO purchasers. Furthermore, the banks are exempt from standard disclosures as to known defects of the property (because they never lived in them) so it is imperative you get a good home inspection once you are in contract, and have an inspection contingency in place. I rebate my client's cost of their home inspection back to them at the close of our escrow because I don't want my buyers to purchase property that has not been inspected. Whether or not it is REO. Check my website below along with my client testimonials, resume', and other information you will find there. If you feel comfortable working with me, please give me a call and I will be happy to represent you and help you to navigate the process. Kind regards, Andrea Wince. ... more
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