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Financing in Antioch : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 18, 2014
anwarcharlie answered:
Call Jeremiah at 4152384357.Tell him Anwar sent you. He works for the largest Title1 lenders in the country.
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Fri Mar 21, 2014
My NC Homes Team answered:
Sanjeev Ahuja has given you the best answer. You should start off by checking with your local municipal building department to make sure you understand what they require and whether there are any applicable zoning issues you need to consider. ... more
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Thu Jul 28, 2011
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Mobile Home or Manufactured Home? A Mobile Home Loan is where you don't own the property on which the Mobile sits on, while an Manufactured Home is permanently attached by a foundation system and you own the land. Apples and Oranges. Which are you referring to? ... more
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Tue Mar 16, 2010
Hollie answered:
Thank you all. I learned a lot.
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Sun Oct 4, 2009
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Most Hard money lenders will never lend on the appriased value. Banks and other lenders look at your purchase price as what the market truley is. If the property for much more than your buying the proeprty for then why isnt the property selling for the appriased price? People would be purchasing one day and flipping the next at a much higher price. Lenders feel your are the market because thats what the home is selling for and NOT the appriased value. ... more
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Mon Aug 3, 2009
Kamal Randhawa answered:
There is no reason you can't purchase a home with a VA loan. You may look into HOW much you're bidding because everybody is looking at the bottom line and if your bid isn't high enough, of course they will go with someone else. You need to work with an experienced Realtor who can keep your expectations where they need to be todays market so you dont get too frustrated during this process. Good Luck!!

Kamal Randhawa
Broker
510-932-1066
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Wed Jul 22, 2009
Erica Starkey answered:
Hollie,
If you are still going for the property you may want to talk to another lender. I would be happy to give you a name.
Erica

Erica Jones Starkey
Broker, Co-Founder
DRE# 01503540
JSCA Real Estate Group
Providing Superior Solutions for Your Individual Real Estate Needs
www.JSCArealty.com
office: 925.989.1613
fax: 925.905.2417
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Fri Jun 19, 2009
Chuck Baham answered:
Yes!!! You should probably wait to purchase the investment property until after the primary closes. This way there isn't any conflict.


chuckb.rwdc@gmail.com
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Sat Dec 6, 2008
Matt Irvin answered:
This is a lease option usually a technique used by the owner to utilize more cash flow....20 years is a bit long...however the term is negotiable...if you are paying any additional rent money to be used towards the option, see if you can hold it in an joint account between you and the owner.... ... more
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