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Sat Mar 26, 2016
Smarte41 asked:
Mon Nov 17, 2014
Crystal Smith answered:
There are many legitimate owner financing & rent to own opportunities out there. Call (832) 982-2734. If we can't help you we have a number of collegues with legitimate opportunities that may be able to help. ... more
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Wed Mar 5, 2014
Suzanne Hamilton answered:

Typically mortgage lenders need between 620-640, but you are very close. It is possible that you could get a rapid resource to allow you to start looking and maybe even put an offer in while you pay a couple things off or get new trade lines to boost your score. You are definitely on the right track. I work with a lender who has done this for my clients in the past and successfully closed them.

Also, I work in the south suburbs and can help you find some homes. Please feel free to contact me. I am highly recommended by my customers.

Suzanne Hamilton
RE Homes Source
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
Nell Washington answered:
If you making 8to 9k a mouth you need to have your credit pulled and see whats "s on it and pay your bills or save your money and pay cash for your home
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Mon Aug 27, 2012
Karen M. Riscinto CDPE, CIPS, TRC, MRP answered:
It may or may not be, they may have had a offer on the property after it went down to $99,900 and the bank said NO and wanted $135,000 so the agent put it back at the $135,00 it should state that its an approved prive. This happens all the time in Shortsales. ... more
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Mon Aug 13, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
Forget the fact it had been foreclosed, that is past and irrelevant now. Now it is a bank owned home or REO property. The lender bought it at auction and is now selling it. You will have to get a loan or pay cash and you can get a loan anywhere, you do not have to use the lender selling it. ... more
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Tue Jan 24, 2012
Abu Musa answered:
You may work with a local real estate professional, so you will be informed about the CMA. CMA tells you the market price of the property
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Sun Dec 18, 2011
Mommyof2 asked:
I have got my score up 100 points in the past four months with paying off old accounts, and opening new credit and paying it on time. I am looking to move in the next 30 days. I do have…
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Fri Feb 18, 2011
Dallas Texas answered:
You need confer with lender and insurance company.

Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
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Thu Oct 25, 2007
Mary Rucker answered:
Hi, my husband and I grew up in Las Vegas so we are VERY familiar with the Las Vegas Valley. I graduated at Clark high school and he at Basic High school in Henderson. He is a home appraiser and a loan officer. I am also a loan officer. If you are looking to buy a home in Las Vegas, you need to be prequalified or just want to talk about our cool city. Please drop me a line. I can get you in touch with a Cracker Jack realtor. If you are interested in art take a look at my site at I have been really busy with the loan business but I would be glad to talk to you about art,kintting,crochet,kids,religion,Las Vegas, gardening, and whatever.

Mary Rucker

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Wed Oct 24, 2007
Eric Egeland answered:
Contact your lender & find out what your options asap.

If you have equity in the home, put it on the market priced to sell & avoid foreclosure at all costs.
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Tue Oct 9, 2007
Denise Stuart answered:
I would absolutely get the home on the market, after 6 years you should be able to sell and maybe even pay off your bills. And this will help you to keep your credit to get into something else. My brother had a hard time getting a good rental after filing.
Find a Realtor in your area that really knows your home, so they will get the home sold quickly.Good Luck
Hope this helps.
Denise Stuart
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Tue Oct 9, 2007
Pam Winterbauer answered:
The borrower gives back the property to the lender rather than go through with a foreclosure process. Yes, I believe it does show up on your credit report.
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