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Home Buying in Bluefield : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Mar 14, 2015
Tim Moore answered:
The lender will want to know what other income do you have that can be counted on or is that all there is? They will want to see how you plan to make payments for 20-30 years. Lenders sell these loans to FANNIE and they have rules that lenders must follow to be able to sell the loans and not have to tie up there banks money for 20-30 years. ... more
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Thu May 16, 2013
William Franklin answered:
Visit my web site it has every thing in the Mercer County an suronding areas. Let me know if you have any questions.

William Franklin / REALTOR
(304) 960-0529
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Sun Nov 4, 2012
Tammy Byers answered:
If you are interested in the Bluefield West Virginia area Head Start is provided by Community Action of South Eastern West Virginia for more information call 304-487-5770
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Sat Mar 10, 2012
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Hi Liz,

This is the FHA's Official site for their owned homes, with links to other types of gov't owned properties.

http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/topics/homes_for_sale

Beware of imitators like fha.com, that is a private company site, not the FHA site.

Jim
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Sat Mar 10, 2012
answered:
hi Shea,

Again, Mercer county courthouse or MLS listings should provide you with this info.
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Sun Feb 5, 2012
Cathy Nelson answered:
Shea,
I am in the Southwest Virginia area and am a HUD agent. Email me what you need help with. cathy.nelson@century21.com
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Thu Dec 31, 2009
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I am assuming you obtained the appraisal as part of the mortgage process. Due to new guidelines in how appraisals are ordered, this kind of thing is becoming much more common. If there were comparable sales that closed within the past 6 months, within a 1 mile radius of the home you are purchasing, that were not used, you might have a chance challenging the appraisal. If that is not the case, then whatever anyone says will not make a difference. The appraiser has to review your contract of sale, so they know what you are paying. Unless there is some kind of error on the appraisal, where they did not adjust appropriately, had the wrong room count, square footage, or whatever, that would make the appraisal inaccurate, I doubt anything can be done. Even if the seller tries to go out and get a different appraisal, your bank is not going to use it. What are the details of your transaction? How much are you putting down? If this drastically effects your deal, you have the choice of coming up with extra money, or backing out of the deal if the seller does not want to reduce their price. ... more
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