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Wed Jul 2, 2014
cgrant19763 asked:
Tue Jun 11, 2013
allan erps,ABR,SFR answered:
Please give us a bit more information to be able to answer or assist you..
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Mon May 13, 2013
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
The property is bank owned. Any material defects uncovered at a home inspection would have to be disclosed, so you should probably call the listing agent and ask them this question. The other possibility is that the buyers get tired of dealing with the bank and walk away before closing on the sale. ... more
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Sat Mar 2, 2013
Cmorriscat31 answered:
you would least need to have 680 credit score our to get 100% FHA Loan another might be lower they will take the middle score for the loan so is your highest is 700 and middle is 650 and the lower is 600 they will use the 650 score for your loan and if you have bad credit need to used lexington law they work great . 100 a month to work on your credit for you and they will take stuff off your credit and know i have used them . ... more
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Sat Oct 9, 2010
Dawn answered:
We are currently listing a 2 bedroom that could very easily have a third bedroom added on 49 acres in Gray Court, SC about 8 miles from Clinton.
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Fri Oct 16, 2009
Andrew Distad answered:
That depends what your game plan is. Would you like to buy and sell within a month? Buy hold sell? or buy and never sell?

You can do
-conventional bank financing (and your credit score and debt to income ratio will matter)
-a partnership (those things don't matter)
-hard money (asset based lending, no credit necessary but a double digit interest rate.)
-or seller financing.

I have heard of people buying a home with no down, 0% interest, & terrible credit because they found someone willing to sell a property with 100% seller financing and the property seller was just able to make that kind of a financial decision. They aren't everywhere but they're out there!

But if you want to increase your success rate, then offer more appealing terms like a better down payment and interest rate. If you create the note right, I may be able to buy it from the proeperty seller which will increase your chances of find a GREAT deal. -Because some say: "I want cash, I don't want monthly payments" and since I buy well created promissory notes then you can tell them they are able to sell it to me!

And if they get 10% down, a 9% interest rate, a 30 amortization, a 7 year balloon, and you have 650+ credit score then they can expect top dollar for selling their promissory note, other wise the note gets discounted more. Those aren't minimum requirements, just what is getting top dollar in today's secondary market.

If you have any questions or concerns please ask! I'm here to help.
Andrew Distad
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Thu Oct 15, 2009
CCC answered:
Where? there? .

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