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Thu Nov 12, 2015
Robertjessica81 answered:
Good Day,

My name is Jessica Robert from Texas ,USA ,I am here to recommend you all in need of financial assistance to contact Mr Mark Clifford for a loan, He is a legitimate loan lender, He gave me 20,000$ loan after decline by most bank due to my bad credit,i got in contact with Mark yesterday morning for the loan application and my loan was transferred to my bank account today,

Email Mark now for a loan on his email: markloans03@gmail.com

You can also contact me on my personal email for confirmation about the loan i just received: robertjessica81@gmail.com

Thanks
Jessica Robert
robertjessica81@gmail.com
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Tue Nov 3, 2015
Samuel ) - Lamb answered:
BAL investment is now offering low interest-loans for commercial & residential real-estate investment projects.For further information on our funding packages, send in your inquiries via email: projects@businessarealimited.com ... more
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Tue Nov 3, 2015
Samuel ) - Lamb answered:
BAL investment is now offering low interest-loans for commercial & residential real-estate investment projects.For further information on our funding packages, send in your inquiries via email: projects@businessarealimited.com ... more
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Wed Aug 5, 2015
Toni Miller answered:
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Mon May 18, 2015
Jim Morelli answered:
You should consult with a local mortgage broker who understands VA loans. Some lenders say they do but don't.
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Fri May 15, 2015
Donna Goode answered:
Hello Scott,

All lenders -- hard money or not will require a contract. As the other responses have indicated, you will need pre-approval by your lender to make an offer on any home in the area. Once an offer is accepted you will have a contract for your lender to process the loan.

With a hard money loan, your interest rates will be significantly higher, so be certain that you cannot get traditional financing before you go to a hard money lender. I am happy to help with properties and lender recommendations.

Donna Goode
Keller Williams Realty
donnagoode@kw.com
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Mon May 4, 2015
garypuntman answered:
I'm not sure how much these usually cost. An alarm system will definitely up the price a bit. You will want to ask someone about this and see what the exact price will be so that you can plan accordingly. http://privateeyesnj.com/Alarm-Systems-Ocean-View-NJ.html ... more
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Wed Apr 8, 2015
Russell Spillers answered:
I am an active real estate investor and know of many private money lenders in greater Austin area. I am not a mortgage broker, but I have no problem referring you to the easiest to work with in the area. Reach out and I'll put you in touch. Also I am always interested in partnering on deals. ... more
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Fri Mar 13, 2015
punodevelopment answered:
Regina,

Please give me a call at 561-430-1731. We can lend you the 70% ARV. Please call for further details. Thanks.

Kind Regards,

Mark Anthony Puno
Manager & CEO
Crescent Moon Hillsboro Beach, LLC
7280 W Palmetto Park Rd., Suite 110
Boca Raton, FL 33433
Email: punodevelopment@gmail.com
Cell: 561-430-1731
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Sat Jul 12, 2014
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Tue Nov 26, 2013
Don Tepper answered:
If you have equity in your home, then that's not a problem. A private investor would be willing to provide a first mortgage--really, a loan secured by the first--so long as there's sufficient equity. Maybe even a second, so long as there's enough equity.

Example: You own the house free and clear. It's worth $100,000. You need $25,000. Many private lenders would be glad to make that loan. The price of the loan might be in the range of 3-5 points and 12% interest. You pay it back by July 2014 and the debt disappears. You don't pay it back and the private lender forecloses and takes your home.

That would even work if you had a small mortgage on the property--enough equity to cover the first and the private lender's second. You might have a $20,000 first mortgage on the property and still a private lender would be willing to loan you the $25,000. The rate and points would be higher, but it could still work.

[Josh: I'm not sure if that's what Justin and Carlos were proposing, but that's how I'd do it.]

Hope that helps.
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Mon Mar 25, 2013
Lara Pavanelli answered:
There's a lot available in that zip code, what is your budget?
Warm regards, larapavanelli.realtor@gmail.com 512-909-5807
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Thu Jan 17, 2013
Mark Mahony answered:
Please email a summary of your request to Mark@RinconCC.com and I will follow up with a quote.
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Sat Jan 12, 2013
Kristen_pederson2003 answered:
Is the insurance provided by the HOA, is it complete? Does it cover your personal items?say if there was a fire, would your condo be totally covered for reconstruction and cosmetics, flooring,appliances, and personal times? Or, what additional insurance would you suggest so you're covered with everything i n a fire? ... more
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Mon Nov 12, 2012
corporateveilllc answered:
So, that's thirty million people with something to lose versus one million lawyers trying to make a living and an untold number of opportunists trying to make a quick buck. It is no wonder that between them lawyers file over thirteen million law suits every year.

Prime candidates for lawsuits include:*Property owners*Business Owners
*Officers/Directors of publicly traded companies*Sole Proprietors*Real Estate Investors

If you fall into any of these categories, or simply have a retirement nest egg - you need to remove any incentive for people to sue you right now! www.corporateveilllc.bigbig.com or call 702-776-9775
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Mon Nov 12, 2012
corporateveilllc answered:
So, that's thirty million people with something to lose versus one million lawyers trying to make a living and an untold number of
opportunists trying to make a quick buck. It is no wonder that between them lawyers file over thirteen million law suits every year. Prime candidates for lawsuits include:*Property owners*Business Owners*Officers/Directors of publicly traded companies
*Sole Proprietors*Real Estate Investors If you fall into any of these categories, or simply have a retirement nest egg - you need to remove any incentive for people to sue you right now! www.corporateveilllc.bigbig.com or call 702-776-9775
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Tue Mar 8, 2011
christine kankowski answered:
In addition to the responses below, they call it Real Estate Owned, because that is how it is written on the balance sheet of the banks.

Real estate Owned
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Sun Mar 14, 2010
Ronda Allen answered:
I would rather see a client wait and save until they can afford the home they want. It doesn't mean an apartment is your only option. Maybe lease a single family home and see if you like the lifestyle and commitment. It isn't for everyone. Rent and save. Buy when you can afford to buy, and only buy a home you can see yourself living in for at least 5-7 years. Go whatever direction makes you happy. We have it all, in every price point, in Texas. ... more
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