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Home Buying in Brighton : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 16, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
To talk to them no, but to get specific info regarding your loan, yes. SImply call your loan officer to give permission if that is what you want
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Tue May 26, 2015
Thomas Hall asked:
Specifically within a neighborhood, or zip code, 80601
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Wed Apr 8, 2015
Tammy Reading answered:
Buy may be a better option for you due to the fact that you may pay less for mortgage as you would do for rent. It also depends on you getting approve for a mortgage as well but buying is a safer bet. ... more
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Fri Sep 5, 2014
Michael Glist answered:
It is always a possibility to negotiate a lower price. The big things that are going to be a factor are:
*Is your offer the only one or are there multiple offers?
*When submitting your offer how does it look? Have you been pre-approved? did you include a pre-approval letter with your offer? are you asking for a long drawn out closing 45+ days?
*How long has the property been on the market?
*When your Realtor pulled comps on the property you like was the list price comparable to recently sold homes in the area?

These are going to play a big part in being able to negotiate a lower price. I hope this information helped, please don't hesitate to contact me with any additional questions.
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Mon Aug 11, 2014
Gil Vazquez answered:
yes, Call me I specialized in Brighton, CO 303-359-1761
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Sun May 18, 2014
Sherry Cree answered:
Please contact me at 720-299-5149 or s.cree@comcast.net I have a new home builder, custom and semi custom, I also have an architect who designs residential homes in the area. You should discuss price range with them and they will give you a better idea what is realistic. I would also like to be interviewed for the job of selling your current home when you become ready. I can provide market analysis and sales strategy consultation for your home. ... more
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Sat Aug 17, 2013
Robert McGuire answered:
Lleana,

Your estimation of poor credit may not be the same as the lender. It will be a good move to speak with a lender and determine exactly what your options are at this point. It may not be as bad as you think and there may be simple ways to correct credit issues in a short period of time. Most lenders will be glad to meet with you and give you a free initial consultation.

Robert McGuire
Broker/Consultant
Your Castle Real Estate
http://about.me/robertmcguire33
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Sat Jan 5, 2013
Robert McGuire answered:
Whynot,

I would contact a local Realtor who works the area and knows not only the values of the homes, but the nuances of the particular neighborhoods. Sometimes a similar home accross the street from yours could be 10's of thousands different in price due to style, age, builder, etc. don't go by hearsay or by the big realestate webesites that will give you a 'Guesstimate' of what your home value is.

Robert McGuire ASR
Realtor/Consultant
Your Castle Real Estate
Direct - 303-669-1246
http://about.me/robertmcguire33
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Sun Oct 14, 2012
Brooke Hengst answered:
Hi Marsinmidland,

If you are still in a hotel, you have my thoughts as I know this is a tough place to call "home". Here are my thoughts regarding your situation and how I would advise any of my clients in this situation.

- I would definitely speak with a VERY EXPERIENCED mortgage broker who can pull your credit and help you talk through what needs to happen in order for you to be able to qualify for a home purchase. I have several folks I would be happy to refer you to, just let me know!

- I would keep your eyes peeled in the rental market as it may just be a fact of life that you need to consider renting for the next 6-9-12 months in order to make the improvements you need on your credit in order to purchase a home.

- You could also speak with a mortgage broker about the idea of having a co-signer to see if this would be an option.

Please feel free to reach out to me if there is anything I can do to assist!

Thanks,
Brooke Hengst
REALTOR, CDPE
Innovative Real Estate Group
(720) 988-5952
brooke@sellwithbrooke.com
www.sellwithbrooke.com
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