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Wed Nov 9, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
NO, with FHA you need 3.5% of your own money and need to have it in your bank account before making any offers. It does not seem you are pre-approved or they would have confirmed you have the money needed to buy. You may need a new local and trusted lender. Your buyer agent should be assisting you with this ... more
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Sat Oct 8, 2016
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Sat Jul 9, 2016
Mr.wilky asked:
Going to look at a prefab home!!
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Sun Jul 3, 2016
Wandapeck18 answered:
I have no money down and I can pay 500 month.i,m on ss and the three week every month. I get my check . Look for a small trailer or a backyard for my little dog.
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Thu Jun 30, 2016
Doug Driscoll asked:
I am looking for a short term furnished rental in the Charleston, WV area.
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Wed Mar 30, 2016
Rick Raines answered:
I have a house with rooms for rent a few blocks away from the hospital if you are interested. I also have a house for rent, it is close but not in walking distance. Here is a link to my webpage for the rooms.
http://www.raincoproperties.com/727-indiana-avenue---rooms.html

My name is Rick Raines and my number is 304-415-0381
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Wed Mar 30, 2016
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Sun Feb 7, 2016
Julie asked:
I listed a house for rent, it rented. I cannot figure out how to take my listing off your site.
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Fri Oct 9, 2015
John Zimnox asked:
I had a home listed 6 months ago, it rented, but now I have to relist it. Is the info still in your system.
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Tue Jun 2, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
Sorry to hear of your present circumstances...

The time to ask the thoughts, ideas, and opinions of agents here on Trulia (for you) have come and gone. What you need now is legal advice - something none of us can give you.

Call a local attorney to review and explain your contract. Ask your questions of them.

Good luck to you!
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Sat Mar 7, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
Your best course of action is to consult a tax professional and mortgage lender.
For purpose of taxation all income should be considered regardless how paid, from there expenses are deducted. If you don't report ALL of your income it will be very difficult to prove to a lender that you earn enough money to make your house payments.
Hope this makes sense!
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Sun Jan 11, 2015
Ruby Abdulla answered:
This home is for sale You posted this question in October. It is for sale with Old Colony Co. If your niece is still looking then please contact me. My email is abdulla@oldcolony.com.
Ruby Abdulla GRI
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Fri Sep 12, 2014
Bill Eckler answered:
Hmm....probably the best way to deal with this scenario is to view it a bit differently....for example, by identifying a home that is near a fire hydrant.

Just keeping it real !

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Sat May 3, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Rlcook,
You "might" be able to get an FHA loan with 10% down. A better choice would be to take some time to fix your credit. Lenders use the middle score to make decisions. Just because you have a score that doesn't disqualify you, doesn't mean you are automatically approved either.
By paying off debt, keeping things paid on time, disputing any errors you might be able to improve your scores and open up more options. Somewhere in the 620-640 range you may be able to get a mortgage with only 3.5% down.
Meet with a local lender. Some will assist with credit repair and get you on the right track quicker than you might be able to do on your own.
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Tue Mar 4, 2014
scottjonesrealtor answered:
That depends upon the condition of the foreclosed house you are looking to purchase. If the house is in reasonably god shape it should not be a problem. If the house needs a little repair and/or updating there are loans for those types of homes also. ... more
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Wed Feb 12, 2014
Faria Summers answered:
What do you mean by Claim?
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