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Home Buying in Ansonia : Real Estate Advice

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June Buerkle, Home Buyer in Chattanooga, TN
Wed Aug 17, 2016
June Buerkle answered:
No such thing. You are searching for a unicorn.

If you have poor credit, you will get loans designed to make money from poor credit risks and these loans are not mortgage friendly.
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Karen Peyton, Real Estate Pro in Chandler, AZ
Fri Jul 3, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
Three things:

1. If there's any way to make amends with your current landlord, that would be your best bet. It will be difficult to find a decent rental with a "fresh" eviction.

2. Since Trulia is not a real estate company, use the "Find an Agent" tab at the top of the page to reach a local agent in your area. You simply don't have time to ask questions and "hope" for a response (here) if the clock is ticking.

3. Be resourceful. Call everyone you know, asking if they know, of a private party who needs a tenant and would consider you.

I wish you great luck, understanding you're in a tough spot.
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Millie Legen…, Real Estate Pro in Hamden, CT
Tue Oct 1, 2013
Millie Legenhausen answered:
I see you are in Iowa. There are so many variables to determining what it will cost to heat a home. There are the questions of insulation in the walls and windows, how efficient the heating system is, and what temperature you wish to keep the thermostat set on. You may get the best answer from a local oil company, who will know the current cost of oil and may even know the house you are inquiring about. Good luck! ... more
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David Carr, Real Estate Pro in North Haven, CT
Thu Dec 6, 2012
David Carr answered:
I am military friendly since 1996, and have underwriters who are experieneced in the VA loan process, shop for your loan originator before you shop for the property. Multiple credit inquiries should not concern you in a breif time frame, call 5 originators the same day. Thanks for your service. ... more
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Terri Vreela…,  in Trumbull, CT
Fri Jun 29, 2012
Terri Vreeland, ABR, SRES answered:
One reason could be that if the property was listed on more than one multiple listing service, and not listed on each service on the same day, that would explain why a property is showing different days on market. I know for myself, I belong to two multiple listing services---Fairfield County MLS and the Connecticut Statewide CT-MLS. There are times when I get a listing up and running on the CMLS (Fairfield County) and then may take a couple of days to get it on the CT-MLS. I hope that answers your question. Please feel free to contact me for more info. Best Regards, Terri Vreeland, 203-452-3888 ext. 137. ... more
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Minna Reid, Real Estate Pro in Trumbull, CT
Thu Jun 28, 2012
Minna Reid answered:
You can ask and hope for whatever you want, but the bank wont care about your contingency nor will it convince them to work any faster.
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