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Wed Sep 3, 2014
Michelleloveland33 asked:
My husband and I recently moved to this area and both left our long time jobs. We stayed with a close family friends but they just recently moved. We both work full time jobs and are currently…
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Wed Jul 28, 2010
Scott Godzyk answered:
Robert if you entered your listing manually you need to log on and change it to active, if your listing is part of a feed from say your mls, you need to correct it whereever you entered the listing in teh first place.

Try clicking my trulia on teh upper right, then click on my listings, then click on edit that listing and you should be able to refresh it to make it active again manually here on trulia.
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Sun Mar 7, 2010
Deluxe Realty answered:

I am not sure about Arkansas, but in Las Vegas I can find you a good home in a newer area, which can be approved for FHA loan, if you personally qualify! For example, a brand new home, 1400 sq/ft, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage, warrantied, for a low $150,000, which would be about $5,250 down plus some closing costs! Monthly mortgage payment (including Taxes and Insurance) is estimated just under $1,000/mo!

I can help with any of your Las Vegas Real Estate needs or questions; feel free to contact me direct.

Search the Southern Nevada MLS live at


Mark Fleysher, MBA, Realtor
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Sun Feb 28, 2010
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Wed Aug 19, 2009
Memphis Owners answered:
If you bought your mobile home THIS YEAR, and you did not have ownership in a home before that, then you are considered a first-time buyer. The tax credit is for first-time buyers only. The tax credit is for an amount 10% of the purchase price up to $8000.

Your new purchase does qualify you for the tax credit, since you are not first-time buyers. Hope this clarifies things.
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Wed Jul 1, 2009
Janice McKelvey answered:
As a first time home buyer, your first step should be to contact an agent or represenative who is not only resourceful about the area and economy but it should also be someone you can trust with life changing decisions.

Your agent should also be willing to take whatever time it requires to help you along the way and be there with you for each step of the way. The home buying process can be freightening, don't be affraid to ask a lot of questions.
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Mon Sep 15, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
conventional is always your best bet if you are looking to avoid teh hastles that do come with fha, besides check with the fha loan you were approve dto see if they have a recapture clause, this makes you pay fha back if you sell or refiancne your home in a certain amount of time, much like a prepayment penalty. you should be able to get a 30 year fixed conventional loan for close to fha rates if you have great credit. goo dluck with your purchase Lyndsay ... more
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