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Wed Nov 23, 2016
Maricris A answered:
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Sun Nov 17, 2013
cortneykeller881 answered:
Borrowers who lost their homes due to foreclosure no longer have to wait 3 years to apply for a new loan. Visit www.whywaitbuytoday.com and see if you qualify today.
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Sat Oct 12, 2013
Brian Ostrovski answered:
Hey Nate, All you had to do is call me!!! I am your Broker!!! lol
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Fri Oct 26, 2012
Cheryl Pauley answered:
Make sure and ask your account. or find one with knowledge in Real Estate issues.
CherylPauleyGRI@aol.com
661-333-1987
McKinzie Nielsen Real Estate
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Fri Oct 26, 2012
Dee Oliver answered:
Hi Becki,

I would suggest you contact a loan officer who can answer your questions. My personal opinion is if your name is not on the loan nor the home, you should be in a position to buy a home in your name. However, I am not a loan officer. If you want me to refer you to someone, please give me a call or email me. You can Google my name "Dee Oliver RE/MAX Magic, Bakersfield CA. ... more
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Tue Sep 18, 2012
George answered:
Yes, do the appraisal first. If the home appraises below asking price, by a lot, the bank won't give you the loan, so you will have wasted the inspection fee and the appraisal fee. Also an appraisal will point out things wrong with the property that will affect the sale, same as an inspection might. If you pay for an inspection first, and then the appraisal comes in low, you've lost money twice because you have to pay for both. ... more
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Thu Mar 1, 2012
Mark R. Barrett answered:
I do a lot of 203k loans in Bakersfield. I can do them through Wells Fargo or outside Wells Fargo. If you want it done cheaper, faster and with less pain I would possibly go outside Wells Fargo, albeit wells Fargo is a good company with great loan officers in Bakersfield. I am a broker so I can qualify for more home, 580 FICO with less restrictions, than most bankers. My last employer was BofA(joke) so i know. It's always good to shop so i hope you give Wells Fargo(or Chase, Citi, KSFCU, Robobank), myself as a broker(or Local lending, allcredit) and one of our local direct lender(The Mortgage House, Platinum, GEM,Agape, Acadamy, Imortgage...) a shot at giving you fee sheets and timelines for close so you can make a well educated decision. These are easy loans but can take 45 days to close if your lending team is not that agressive. ... more
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Wed Nov 23, 2011
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Google Rental Application. There are several free ones on line. Call and ask if they will accept one of these or would they email you on of theirs.

Happy renting, Rudi
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Tue Dec 9, 2008
Tony Abad answered:
Are you looking to refi, purchase or comps? If you are interested in a purchase, I can help; if it is for a refi or comps, I can refer you to someone that can.

TAofSF@yahoo.com
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Sun Feb 17, 2008
Diane Valadon answered:
Hi there - I am a local realtor here in Bakersfield. I just comp'd. the 93309 area for a square footage between 950 and 1,000 for you. The homes sold between $150 - $160/sq. ft. Please let me know if I can help you in your search in any way. I work for Scott Tobias Real Estate and can send you information on areas you want to know about (availability and prices, etc...). I can be reached at 661-703-9843 or diane@scotttobiasrealestate.com if you would like to ask me any questions.

Thank you - Diane Valadon
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