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Home Buying in Country Club Hills : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 9, 2015
Jessica Bateman answered:
Check out The Lenders Network, they have lenders that can go down to a 580 credit score. Good luck!
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Thu Jul 24, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
Perhaps it's time to work with an agent of your own...
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Thu Jan 23, 2014
Suzanne Hamilton answered:
Yes - People are buying homes in this area. CC Hills has a huge variety of inventory of different kinds of homes at all price ranges. Plus, people like how close it is to transportation.

If you are considering investment, I would be happy to walk through the process with you to see if it is something that fits your needs. I have also written several blogs in the trulia blog section on this.

I help investors find homes and successfully invest in real estate. I would be happy to talk to you. Please feel free to call him.

Suzanne Hamilton
Managing Broker/Owner
RE Homes Source
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Mon Jan 13, 2014
Marco Mallard answered:
Hi Walter:

I see you posted this a while ago, and if you're still on the hunt, give me a call.

Your situation doesn't look the easiest to work with, but perhaps since then you've done some work to your credit? I am also an officer of a program that specializes in preparing purchasers like yourself to be ready to own a home.

If I may be of service, please give me a call.

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Thu Aug 29, 2013
Suzanne Hamilton answered:
Law prevents Realtors from giving opinions on the safety of an area. My advice is to call the police in Country Club Hills and get the crime stats directly from them. Also, drive around at different times of the day and different days of the week. That is the only way to get the true picture of a place and establish your opinion of safety and your level of comfort. ... more
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Thu Sep 27, 2012
Peter Kedzior answered:
If you are an owner-occupant (not an investor), HUD will give you 2 weeks for your due diligence including any inspections you'd like to have at the property. Also, if you use financing (instead of paying cash), you would be allowed to cancel the contract and receive your earnest money deposit back if you are denied the loan. In most of other cases, your earnest money deposit would be retained as liquidated damages. ... more
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Sun Nov 6, 2011
Jack Lewitz answered:
I list Fannie mae properties and can assist you on your purchase. I know the process and what it takes to buy a Fannie mae owned property. First are you going to owner occupy or are you investor? First look is the first 13 days a property goes on the marker and is given to owner occupants only.

Would be glad to discuss with you.
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