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Sun Jul 30, 2017
Deedee895623147 asked:
Tue Jun 14, 2016
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Hi D_wayman7,

You're gonna need to bring your scores up some in order to get a VA mortgage.
I would be happy to review your credit & walk you through exactly what needs to be done to bring your scores up.

Take a look at the recommendations from some of my past clients on my Trulia profile by clicking the link below my phone number.

Please feel free to contact me for more information or help.

John Burke
Senior Mortgage Banker
Lending in ALL 50 states
Great Plains National Bank
Apply Online: https://secure.smartapp1003.com/102471/?loanofficerid=106115
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Tue Mar 15, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
There are two basic options

1) Leave it the heck alone. It's really only a hazard if it's disturbed and becomes airborne. It's repeated inhalation that causes major issues - not that I would advocate a person recreationally inhaling the fibers either! If you don't mess with it, it's not going to be a problem.

2) Call a licensed remediation company and pay a boatload of money for them to take it out since there are some serious EPA regulations on this sort of thing.
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Mon Mar 24, 2014
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Hi Wesley,

Pre-Approvals, or Pre-Qualifications are only as good as the people issuing them. There are slight legal differences according to Federal Reserve guidelines, but neither is binding to the lender. So, it's more important that the letter states that your financial documents have been actually reviewed and that you are dealing with an experienced lender and lender's representative. A good lender will have reviewed everything and delved into other areas of your finances before issuing any type of letter. If you have someone look at your W-2 and credit and then say you're good to go, they are doing you, or anyone else involved a disservice.

I am available to help you at your convenience if you wish.

I also offer credit score improvement programs for free while we work on your mortgage.

If you like my answer above, consider clicking on a “Thumbs Up” or “Best Answer”

Regards,

Robert L. Hanson
Gladewater National Bank
First Time Homebuyer Specialist

Direct: 240-752-7549 Cell: 301-651-7822
Email: robertlh66@verizon.net
NMLS# 695929

Rate quote or live chat with me at the link below:

http://www.loansfromrob.com/quote/
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Wed Feb 5, 2014
Kerry asked:
Hi, I will be moving to Cheyenne in the coming months and am looking for a few things 1) a rental home for about a year, 2) Are there a "property brothers" company/partnership currently…
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Fri Jan 10, 2014
Linda Weppner answered:
Beware of anything not listed by a local real estate company. Do not send .money in order to get keys, and if it sounds too good to be true, it will not be legitimate. The only thing you can do is protect yourself. Even the law enforcement agencies can't keep up with people who scam. ... more
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
SP Marshall answered:
Hello....I work for a legal consumer firm that helps to resolve those type of credit issues. Please give me a call to see if I may be able to help...that is if your actually looking to get the situation rectified.

Sergio Marshall
972-231-0452 ext 109 http://www.whitejacobs.com
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Mon Nov 25, 2013
Mark Puett answered:
Bernice,
Do you have few more details? In town, out of town, Cheyenne, Burns, etc?

Call me if I can help.

-Mark-

Mark Puett
Associate Broker – Owner
Coldwell Banker,

The Property Exchange
307-286-2472
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Sun Nov 24, 2013
Hannah Bohlinger answered:
Hi! I am a licensed Realtor in Cheyenne. How can I help you?
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Tue Nov 5, 2013
Dan answered:
Mr. Learned,

I can answer your questions anytime...please call 307-421-3319 at your convenience.

Sincerely,

Dan Porter
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Fri Sep 20, 2013
Mark Puett answered:
Hi,

It's sometime difficult keeping up with properties that have sold.
Check out my website www.MoveToWY.com.
It has the current Cheyenne properties and you can setup a reminder for new listings.

Good Luck!

-Mark-
Mark Puett
Associate Broker – Owner
Coldwell Banker,
The Property Exchange
307-286-2472
www.movetowy.com
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Fri Sep 20, 2013
Brian Nguyen answered:
Have you spoken with a lender yet? The first step to the home buying process is to speak with a lender to look at your finances to see if you can be pre-approved for a loan. They will look at your income, expenses, assets, liabilities, debt, credit score, available down payment (if any), etc. Then lenders like myself would inform you about different loan products that would fit your situation. Either way, you should speak with a lender and consider getting pre-approved. This will allow you to understand the price range you can afford. Also, if you are serious about buying a home, offers from individuals with pre-approvals are taken much more seriously. Well I hope this helps! If you have any other questions or if you would like a loan, feel free to contact me. Good Luck! Brian Nguyen Sr. Mortgage Banker NMLS # 659743 Phone: 949.667.2887 brian.nguyen@nafinc.com ... more
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Tue Aug 20, 2013
JP Fluellen answered:
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
Whether you had Inspections done, or not, you had the opportunity to thoroughly inspect the house. I'm sure you were not given a time limit, or obstructed in any way.
Then, you had a FINAL WALK THRU, and you could look again.

Did the Seller deliberately cover it up, or conceal it in any way?
Did the Seller have knowledge of it, and fail to disclose it? Could you prove it?
Are you talking about a $200 cure, and it is not worth a law suit?

Nothing is 100%, including Inspections.
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Fri May 31, 2013
JP Fluellen answered:
VA Loans are expensive Loans. You will typically finance more then the value of the house because they roll in all the fees into the mortgage hence the 100% financing. Not sure what you mean by 20% interest? If you mean 20% down your better off doing a conventional loan. If you have money to put down up to 3.5% your better off doing an FHA. But VA is a Solid Choice for no Money down. But you still have an origination fee of 2.5%. Choice is yours. I'm you have found a house by now? Call with questions. --307-772-1184 ... more
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Thu May 2, 2013
Triksontrulia answered:
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Fri Mar 1, 2013
Kathryn Jackson answered:
Hi JP - You may have an answer to your question already, but just in case, here are some thoughts:

- YOUR LIST: What's on Your list of needs (must have, ie: 3 bedrooms, pet friendly) vs wants (would be nice to have, ie: hot tub)? Don't forget to include such things as closet/storage space, if such things are important to you.

- LOCATION: Where would you like to be in relation to work, play and amenities?

- CONDITION: Do you want a fixer-uper (less initial $ output, though renovations will cost $ over time) or move-in ready (perhaps higher initial $ output, though less $ on renovations, etc)?

- INVESTMENT: will the home be a long-term investment (stay and raise a family) or are you looking for a shorter-term investment (flip-type property)? In either case, you'll want to consider home condition.

- ADDITIONAL COSTS/RESTRICTIONS: be sure to also consider other associated costs such as property taxes, and home owners association fees (HOAs), in addition to understanding any/all covenants, etc.

Remember that things like floor covering, interior wall coloring, and appliances can easily be modified to your own taste, and to especially HAVE FUN LOOKING!!

Good Luck!
Kathryn
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Fri Jan 18, 2013
Mark Puett answered:
2007 was close to the top of the appreciation curve before the recession.
Good News! Our market in Cheyenne is coming back very strong. We are seeing 30-40% increase in sales over 2011.
Enlist the help of an agent you can trust. Get a Market Analysis, go and view some similar homes that are for sale. These steps will give you the information you need to get your home sold for the best price.

Good luck,

Mark Puett
Associate Broker – Owner
Coldwell Banker,
The Property Exchange
307-286-2472
FAX 866-661-1176
www.movetowyo.com
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