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Tsutt1970 asked:
Mon Apr 6, 2015
Shane Willard answered:
Trulia does not currently offer For Sale By Owners on it's website. To take full advantage of Trulia please contact a local Realtor to get your home in the MLS.
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Mon Apr 6, 2015
Shane Willard answered:
Yes Choctaw is in Eastern Oklahoma County.
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Wed Nov 12, 2014
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Tue Jun 17, 2014
Paula Marshall answered:
Yes, only licensed Realtors can sell on this site. There are some nice For Sale By Owner sites out there but you still won't get the kind of exposure you would get if you hired a Real Estate Professional. There are many of us out there that are happy to help you! Good luck to you and if you need some help, I am a call, text or email away! ... more
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Tue Jun 17, 2014
Paula Marshall answered:
How bad is your credit? I work with a few lenders that can go as low as a 580. If it is less than that, your best option is to focus on building your credit before trying to buy a home. You would be better off to save more money or if you get your credit built up more apply for a USDA Loan or a community action program. ... more
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Tue Jun 17, 2014
Paula Marshall answered:
I live around the corner on Draper. I never hear the train and haven't been able to find a schedule anywhere. Are you looking at the house on Anderson between Sewell and Draper? The one right beside the railroad tracks? ... more
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Tue Oct 6, 2009
I've been to Oklahoma. Nice area. No trees though...oh sorry...ADD. The first thing is to find out if the 565 is the middle of 3 scores. If you get into the 580 range, you may be able to get financing from more companies. You'll have to find a broker who's signed up with a lender that does scores below 580, like First Guarantee Bank. They take scores down to 530 but you have to have a certain amount of credit lines (3) that are actively open and not have any large collections open (over $2500). It's not hard to qualify, it just takes a long time because these wholesale lenders figure you ain't got nowhere else to go and they take their time underwriting your loan. So, find a broker that is signed up with FGB or any other bank that takes scores that low. OR you can go to and check out their new system that helps you figure out how to pay off your debts to help raise your score. I think it's $15 a month. you can also go to the credit union and open a secured credit card that reports to the bureau. Get 2 lines and season for about 6 months. That should also pull your scores up. Don't pay off any collections over 1 year old until the Loan officer has already pulled your credit for financing. Doing so will re-activate an old account giving you a new collection with a zero balance. bad, bad, bad. ... more
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