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Sun Apr 9, 2017
Georgestrickland73 asked:
Thu Oct 27, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
"How" is a legal question which only an attorney answer. When speaking with an attorney, make sure you ask about the process including the time and expense involved.
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Mon Jul 4, 2016
Joel Williams asked:
I am a mother with 2 children and I have poor credit due to my divorce. I have applied for 5 homes in the westside area and keep getting denied because of my credit and rental history. I…
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Wed Dec 23, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
Try contacting an agent and/or property management company directly, either through Trulia, or using Google with "property management companies 85323" in the search field. Working past an eviction will be tough, but perhaps someone will help make it right for you, given the length of your tenancy prior to your eviction. You also have a story to tell regarding it, make sure you tell your story.
Best of luck to you!
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Sat May 23, 2015
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
Not necessarily. If you are interested in purchasing a foreclosure your best bet is to find a local real estate agent to work with. Banks only sell these properties through a real estate agent and the bank pays the commission so the services of an agent will cost you nothing in any event. ... more
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Sun Apr 26, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
Would suggest contacting a local attorney that handles foreclosure issues to look over all of your paperwork and give you an appropriate answer to your question. We agents cannot give legal advice for obvious reasons. Good luck, I hope things work out for you. ... more
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Thu Apr 16, 2015
Ella K Nakagawa asked:
My son is a senior in high school and relocating to Arizona the ending of June with a roommate to attend school and find better work than in hawaii. Any Way of them being able to apply…
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Fri Nov 21, 2014
Tim Moore answered:
Your loan officer should be answering this for you. I am not sure what the state has to do with the process though.
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Fri Aug 8, 2014
Josh Levario answered:
What is the address of the townhome you're looking for?
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Fri Aug 8, 2014
Josh Levario answered:
Go to the website and click on the city you want, then click "crime statistics" Hope this helps! I was born and raised here in Avondale and I specialize here
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Mon Jun 9, 2014
James answered:
Wed Apr 23, 2014
Sheila Watson answered:
It looks as if several agents have provided you with quality answers. I want to encourage and remind you to keep all of your credit payments on time and your balances should be manageable. It is often comforting to meet with a lender 6 months to a year ahead of your target purchase time. The lender can make sure that everything that will need to be done, gets done BEFORE you go house shopping.
Let me know if you have any additional questions.
Sheila Watson
Century 21 Arizona Foothills
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Mon Apr 7, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
A few years ago we had many "B" & "C" lenders who made a lot of money doing mortgage loans to people with bad credit or little or no money down. After a few years of the housing market going crazy the bottom fell out and many of these loans went into foreclosure. Values for everyone tanked and lending got very strict. We are in a slightly less strict phase then we were at the worst, but things have not returned to where they were and I don't expect they will again.
I guess the question is, would you loan money to someone who has a poor repayment history and no interest in correcting their issues? Chances are if you did, you wouldn't get your money back either or you would charge very high rates and fees and foreclose quickly if they missed a payment.
Please, take the time to solve your financial and credit issues so you can be a home owner for years to come. I've seen many people do it and know it can be done. Best of luck.
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Tue Apr 1, 2014
Sarah Barney answered:
Hello Dawn, it does appear that the home on Monroe may no longer be available. If your are still in the market for a home in that area, I am happy to assist you! Please feel free to call me at
623-466-3725 or email me at;
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Sat Mar 8, 2014
Joelle Osias answered:
How is the housing market in the area? I see that homes purchased for around $160k only 3 years ago, have an asking price of $223k. That's a 40% increase in 3 years, when the market in general has not budged that much. Anything special about this area? Thank you ... more
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Sun Feb 23, 2014
Ejgreco21 answered:
The home in Morristown AZ is available the first of March.
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Sat Jan 25, 2014
Kyle Grier answered:
Thanks for your replies. I have driven around the area and it's not a desirable area. In addition, I am currently working with an agent.
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