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Thu Dec 14, 2017
Littles402 answered:
I stop paying in 2010 and moved out 2 yrs later and they still never foreclosed! I never got a phone call or anything then one day at house I am renting in I got a letter that they sold my loan and started the process all over again it took me calling new company almost seven yrs later still no push to foreclose I did a deed in lieu to get rid of it 7 yrs way to long

Thanks Wells Fargo you suck
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Mon Aug 21, 2017
Mary answered:

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Sun Jul 30, 2017
Hello Himmat, you may already qualify if your current job is 60k annual salary for what your looking to do. Did you have previous employment in the past in the same field of work as your new job?

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Tue Jun 13, 2017
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Wed Apr 12, 2017
Derek Jones answered:
If using an agent, talk to them about it and see what's going on. Your agent should be able to send the listing agent a demand to close escrow.
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Mon Apr 10, 2017
Jerry And Becky Wenger asked:
this has been listed as "pending" for a while now. Is the sale going through, or is there a chance it might become available again? Thank you.
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Fri Dec 2, 2016
Derek Jones answered:
Yes. If you can't find a mobile home lender, try talking to the mobile home park office to see who has financed there before.
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Fri Oct 14, 2016
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Tue Aug 30, 2016
Steve Snyder answered:
We have great hard money and private money options. Fill out an application on our site. We've been lending since 2004 and have a unique pool of investors. We'd love to help you when you need it.

Best of luck to you.
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Tue Aug 23, 2016
Donsullivan.sullivan answered:
Well its August and I just started an email conversation with this "owner" who is out of town on business. A couple of things that have me realizing something is wrong. Their email to me has the feel that English isn't there first language. All utilities are included with the $500.00 months rent. Although they are out of town on a job they ask how many years I'd like to lease for. Perhaps their question of how much money I have to start the process. And the kicker is that they're "praying" that "god" will send a good person who they can trust to rent their home. Now with all their prayers and mention of god they must be good people huh? ... more
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Fri Jul 22, 2016
Yes you are. If it was built to code, go to code enforcement and ask them to issue a permit. If not, you will have to remove and update. Of course if the city does not know about it, nothing will happen.

The problem is that you want to keep your tax basis, if the city finds out about it say in 2 years and you retrofit it then, your property taxes will probably go up.
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