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Davidson County : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 19, 2017
Lakoiyawilliams answered:
U have a 4 bedroom voucher can't find nothing please help my email is I need find one quick
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Wed Jul 19, 2017
Melanieyangs answered:
I'm doing my research now before I start. Just went to the first workshop on July 8th 2017 in Oakland area. Sounds awesome!! So I guess depending on who is working with you will determine your experience. Naca requires volunteers which means they are pushed to help out without any real education. So if you get somebody who isn't getting compensated they can careless giving you a hard time. That is what I am assuming from reading all of this. Just WOW!! I want a well qualified and pleasant counselor to work with and help me understand and get through this. Not sure if I want to pay the $25 dues every year? And to have headaches for how many more months or years. ... more
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Wed Jul 19, 2017
Apinkhardhat asked:
I need to adjust the price/month and not sure how to log into that section
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Mon Jul 10, 2017
Dwayne & Amanda Roberts answered:
Hello there !

I just saw your post about determining the homes value. You can determine your homes value here:
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Mon Jul 10, 2017
Dwayne & Amanda Roberts answered:

I just saw your message, and I wanted to let you know that Tennessee has a first time homebuyer program called THDA which you do not need perfect credit for. I would love to have the opportunity to talk to you about the options that you have available. Please call me at 615-506-9272 to discuss. Additionally, I will send you a list of homes that you may qualify for. ... more
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Fri Jul 7, 2017
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Fri Jun 30, 2017
Msamano90 answered:
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Sun Jun 18, 2017
Simon Dempsey asked:
Nearer downtown the better for AirBnB demand, what are the 'still to blossom' zipcodes?
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Fri Jun 16, 2017
Pulroywood answered:
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Sat Jun 10, 2017
Sandyooo1 asked:
I keep getting houses for sale in N.J., Ohio, P.A. and so forth. I am only interested in the Metro Davidson county of Nashville, TN.
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Tue Jun 6, 2017
Sydney Finchum answered:
Yes, lately there has been a problem with crime in the Villa Place/Edgehill Village area. As someone who has lived there for this past year, this has been an adjustment, but what is important to remember is that these are probably happening due to the neighborhood's recent gentrification. Robbers now know they can probably get some $$$ if they're targeting places that others are not suspecting (Like Taco Mamacita). It's important to be aware wherever you live. ... more
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Mon Jun 5, 2017
John Burke answered:
Hi Delilahrose4u,

The good news is, no as long you're paying it on time & the child support is paid on time.

This is pretty standard stuff for most lenders.

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
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Wed May 24, 2017
Greenlarina answered:
BUYER BEWARE! I worked with a True Homes sales agent for over a month to build my new home. We had weekly contact while I waited for a lot to become available. When the time came to select one, I was only shown lots, according to the sales agent, that would fit the house I planned to build. While I waited for True Homes to release the lot for sale, I was told in order to write contract on contingency my current home needed to be listed on the market BEFORE we could move forward. Following the instructions of the sales agent, I listed my home one week prior to my appointment to write contract. Less than 24 hours before my appointment I was told the house I planned to build would not fit on the lot. Three weeks passed between the time True Homes had me pick out a lot and my scheduled appointment. How in the world did they just realize the day before I was due to write contract that the house would not fit on the lot?

To make matters worse, I received an offer over asking for my current home. I now had to either sell my home or pay my real estate agent's $5,500 commission out of pocket.

I informed True Homes of my dilemma. I asked them to check and see if there were any lots in a future phase that would accommodate the house I wanted to build. True Homes would not provide an answer to that question. They did not offer an explanation. They did not acknowledge the position I was put in. They did not apologize. They did not offer to work with me to provide a resolution. They simply replied, "True Homes will not make any commitments to you at this time."

I am a victim of of their bad business practices. Communities are planned out well in advance. Builders know the exact size of every lot and what homes will accommodate them. It is inexcusable that we got this far in the process before this grave mistake was discovered. No one should ever be put in the position I was put in.

At the very least I should have been given an apology and offered an explanation. If True Homes was the company of integrity they claim to be on their website, they would have worked with me on a resolution.
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