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Home Buying in Brunswick : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jun 25, 2016
Cherdaze asked:
Thu Apr 14, 2016
Cameo3716 asked:
so many list they do it but they arent specialists at all.. wont even consider asking less for the buyers.
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Tue Sep 10, 2013
Linda Grey answered:
You have already asked this question, usually the first time you ask it will be the best results.
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Mon Sep 9, 2013
Cecilia Sherrard answered:
James is right. You need a complete work-up of your situation, goals, credit and income to determine exactly where you are. I'm assuming you're wanting to rent-to-own because of bad credit, etc.

It may not be as bad as you think and there may be ways to help or repair your credit score.

Rent-to-own will commit you to a very small number of properties if not only a couple. When you're looking to own a home, you will likely want a selection of properties.

You will need a large down payment on the property and there are risks.

Please contact me anytime to talk about your situation and to see how far away you are from buying a home. I'm always available to help.

Cecilia Sherrard
RE/MAX NE Ohio
216-323-4620
http://www.YouShouldOwn.com
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Fri Apr 12, 2013
Cecilia Sherrard answered:
We'd be happy to assist you and help you find the perfect home. We have more questions for to in order to narrow down the search. Please contact us as soon as possible to get the process started. We're buyer agents and 100% free to work with. We never charge a processing fee so you save hundreds just by working with us! We're very familiar with Brunswick and would like to know more about your goals and find you the right fit!

Cecilia Sherrard & Andrew Ginter
RE/MAX NE Ohio
440-781-8737
http://www.YouShouldOwn.com
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Tue Mar 12, 2013
Robert Erney answered:
It's really simple actually getting the list of the properties, its the process of finding a good one and making a move on it! The good ones go fast and new deals almost daily. If you want foreclosures, hud homes, bank owned, Fannie Mae deals you need to work with a guy like me!
Get all the professionally hand picked deals emailed daily!
FREE FORECLOSURE LIST CLICK HERE!
http://erney.optinstant.com/foreclosures/

Or you can just email me with what your criteria!
Call or text if you would like! :-)
Cell(630)809-7224
Office (440)572-1195
Strongsville,OH

http://rob_erney.russellrealty.com/
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Tue Mar 12, 2013
Robert Erney answered:
Ya i'm not sure about all these long answers. I do not know of any websites that offer a rent to own search. A real estate agent like myself can put you in there system and have every lease option deal that fits your criteria on the market sent to your email! Contact me anytime I would love to help you out! :-) You may be able to work a deal with a seller that isn't really offering a lease purchase option depending on your situation.

Get your lease purchase list here and watch some educational videos about the process!
http://erney.optinstant.com/leasepurchase/
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Tue Mar 12, 2013
Robert Erney answered:
Mortgage lenders, however, will grant home loans to qualifying home buyers with a down payment of as little as 3 to 5 percent of the purchase price if the mortgage is insured. I can give you some of my mortgage pros contact info if you haven't already figured out where you stand as far as borrowing power! I know some lenders offer programs where they can help better your credit so you can borrow sooner then later.

Please if anyone have questions about buying or selling real estate do not hesitate to contact me anytime!
24/7
Robert Erney - Real Estate
Cell (630)809-7224
Office (440)572-1195
rob_erney@msn.com
http://rob_erney.russellrealty.com/
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Thu Feb 7, 2013
Serene McGrath answered:
Latorya
Email me your contact info and I will give you a few names to call.
Serene McGrath-realtor
Keller Williams GCSW
Smcgrath@kw.com
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
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Hi Vctech, There's the mortgage debt forgiveness act that is only good for debts from 2007-2012 tax years. If you did or was foreclosed on OR if your lender restructured your loan and forgave you for any debt, this is something you should research further to enable you to write off the maximum amount you can for your tax returns this year. * http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/The-Mortgage-Forgiveness-Debt-Relief-Act-and-Debt-Cancellation IF you are in a FNMA or FREDDIE MAC loan there's a Refi Plus loan that you could possibly qualify for. I just received an update that if it's a FREDDIE MAC loan, I can refinance you with up to an unlimited loan-to-value. Fannie mae, I still have a cap on the loan-to-value. So, if you're still in the home, and want to find out what you options are there concerning a refinance, my contact information follows. Best wishes to you, Kimberly Lawson Mortgage Loan Originator T/F: 888-659-3848 kimberly.lawson@fpfmail.com http://kimlawsonloanofficer.com www.facebook.com/kimlawsonloanofficer NMLS:5601 OH.LO.004495.000 First Priority Financial Inc "Where Open Minds Close More Home Loans" 748 N. Court Street, Suite 201 Medina, OH 44256 NMLS:3257 Licensed by Ohio Division of Financial Institutions, MB.850147.001 ... more
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
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Hi, yes, since your question isn't mortgage or real estate based, I'd be surprised if you'd find the answers you're looking for here. Especially with all of the privacy laws these days. My advice would be to first call upon the police, since you say this is a missing person's case. If they can't help then contact a local attorney OR more so, a private investigator. Best to you in your search efforts, Kimberly Lawson Mortgage Loan Originator T/F: 888-659-3848 kimberly.lawson@fpfmail.com http://kimlawsonloanofficer.com NMLS:5601 OH.LO.004495.000 First Priority Financial Inc "Where Open Minds Close More Home Loans" 748 N. Court Street, Suite 201 Medina, OH 44256 NMLS:3257 Licensed by Ohio Division of Financial Institutions, MB.850147.001 ... more
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Tue Sep 25, 2012
Robert Erney answered:
http://erney.optinstant.com/leasepurchase/ CLICK FORE YOUR Rent to own LIST!!

Hey Robert here there really isn't a whole lot of sellers offering a RTO option, but what i can do is email a few that are offering RTO! And ill have you set up with a automatic email when new ones come available! If your borrowing power is almost ready or this is something else small holding you back from buying now I can talk sellers into offing you this option! There is some other stuff you should know about such as down payment requirements you should know about! Feel free too contact me anytime for youe RTO list of more info!! rob_erney@msn.com - 630-809-7224 - ROBERT ERNEY ... more
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Sat Mar 3, 2012
Karen Leheney answered:
Hi, Give me a call direct so we can discuss your particular situation. Would love the opportunity to help you. Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks Karen Leheney Howard Hanna 440-476-2422 ... more
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Mon Mar 15, 2010
Michelle Thompson answered:
Hello,
I am a agent in Medina,Oh I can help you ! My company has a mortgage company affiliated and can refer you to a senior mortgage specialist he is wonderful at least you can see if your eligiable for any of the loans out there. have you seen your score and reasons behind the low score sometimes its as simple as old issues not updated in your credit.
Contact me and I will get you his name.
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Mon Nov 24, 2008
Cathy Lubinsky answered:
Clara, Sorry there is no "cooling off period" in Ohio. If you are not already represended by a Realtor please contact me. I work primarilly in the Brunswick area and I would be happy to meet with you to discuss the details of your purchase contract and ee if you could possably save your earnest money. ... more
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Sat Nov 15, 2008
Wyrguy asked:
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