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Wed Jan 18, 2017
Donald D. Hensel answered:
North Coast Financial http://www.northcoastfinancialinc.com/ is able to lend on owner occupied property within California. Some other states can be considered on a case by case basis.

Due to federal regulations (Dodd-Frank) all lenders (including hard money) are required to verify income and ensure the borrower will remain below a certain debt to income ratio for all owner occupied properties. Investment properties are another story.
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Thu Feb 5, 2015
Jeff Crider asked:
Home description, pictures etc., all the data you already have on your site pertaining to this property.
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Fri Nov 20, 2009
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Wed Nov 4, 2009
John Wirsing answered:
Hi JJP,
At first blush, it would seem that $335K is on the high side for the Country Club Area east of Rt. 43. Aurora is a wonderful community to live in. Reasonable taxes, great schools, convenience for shopping, freeways, etc.

One site that I would like to recommend is www.ClevelandRealEstateBargains.com . Here, you can type in the address and the 44202 zip. You will then see what the homes in the immediaite area have sold for recently.
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If I can be of assistance, please give me a call at 440-487-2193 or e-mail me at jwirsing@kw.com
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Wed Jul 22, 2009
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Chris look at your contract and see when you had to get a response. You may already be out of contract as the the response time from lender to remove the seller contingency often puts them out of contract. There is not one thing a buyer can do to shorten the time that a lender take to respond on a short sale. That is in the hands of the seller and the listing agent. ... more
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Sat Nov 8, 2008
Bill Eckler answered:
Mandeep,

Purchasing a home is a process that is best approached in stages. They are:

1. Deciding to buy, rent or lease purchase

2. Identifying your location

3. Reviewing your budget to determine affordability

4. Get pre-approved for a loan

5. Identify a real estate professional that will lead you through the buying process

6. Begin looking through a realtor

6. Place an offer. The realtor will take care of this.

You have obviously already done the first few steps and are now ready to move on. We would be happy to refer you to a top real estate agent in your area and would be happy to hear from you.

Best wishes,
The "Eckler Team"

Michael Saunders & Company
billeckler@michaelsaunders.com
941-408-5363
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