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Thu Dec 17, 2015
Victory Property Management answered:
As mentioned, your best advice is to seek the council of a real estate attorney. But, if the water seepage was disclosed and you had your due diligence period whereby you should have hired a home inspector or at least had the basement examined, you very well could be stuck. It is up to you the buyer to make sure what you are purchasing is suitable to you. Often once the due diligence period is completed, you would have been asked to sign a waiver stating that you accept the house As Is. If this happened, the burden of this problem will fall on your shoulders. Sorry but that is how the system works. Buyer beware. ... more
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Mon Jan 26, 2015
Joe Hermanson answered:
My recommendation is to call a realtor with any preliminary questions that you may have. A realtor does have some information on local lending. There may be special financing offers, and a realtor can point you in the right direction to obtain a pre-approval for financing your new home purchase. It is important to find a realtor that is reliable and trustworthy. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions @ (218) 590-8192 ... more
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Patrick Vandenberg answered:
Roch, It takes a bit of navigating to learn more about a foreclosure, but it can be done if you know where to look. Also it may not give you the answers you are looking for but it can sometimes paint a picture. It would be best for us to connect by phone while you are able to navigate on your own computer, I could then walk you through some steps and then you would have the skills and knowledge to do it on your own. Look me up if you would like to pursue this further, Thanks Patrick ... more
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
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Hello, is there a certain reason you are looking for a Contract for Deed and not wanting to purchase outright? We are able to consider financing a home down to a 580 middle credit score and we are participating in the FHA Second Chance program. This is where you no longer have to wait 3 years after a foreclosure or 2yrs after a bankruptcy. They have lowered it down to 1 year if there is a documentable job/income loss. Please contact me if you would like to discuss your situation further.

Sincerely,
Mandy Fritsche, Prospect Mortgage, Mortgage Loan Officer, NMLS# 557211
262-327-5700 Cell, 877-868-9198 Fax, mandy.fritsche@prospectmtg.com
www.MyProspectMortgage.com/mfritsche
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
nomad277 asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/property/3006882028-7168-E-Marshall-Rd-Wascott-WI-54838
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Wed Jan 23, 2013
Dietschemc answered:
Absolutely! Many lenders in Superior work with VA loans, and it's certainly best to work with a local banking contact. Contact me if I can help.
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Wed Jan 23, 2013
Dietschemc answered:
I'd encourage you to tour 80 Norwood in Superior's Central Park. If it appears to be a fit, we could talk about some good options.
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Thu Mar 8, 2012
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Banks sell mortgages to each other all the time, rarely will they swap with an individual because the one you own probably doesn’t meet secondary market criteria. Even hypothecation would be difficult because their mortgages are more liquid when secured by real estate as opposed to a note secured by another note. If you are trying to buy a property you could structure the new payments to meet the ones you are receiving, hope this helps, ... more
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Tue Feb 14, 2012
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Hi Kevgump,

The only low income mortgage programs that I'm aware of are the no money down USDA programs.
You have the direct and the guaranteed but they're only available in certain parts of Douglas County like Lake Nebagamon. You can use the link below to see which areas are eligible.

http://eligibility.sc.egov.usda.gov/eligibility/eligibilityAction.do?pageAction=countyMap&state=WI&st=55&cnty=031&propertytype=#form.PropertyType#

The county income limit for a household of 1-4 people is $44,850 for the direct and $77,050 for the guaranteed.

You can find more information by clicking the link below or you can contact me through Trulia.
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Mon Apr 25, 2011
Jean Hedren answered:
The MLS shows this home was off the market in 2006. No more recent information is available. Do you have the correct address?
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Sat Aug 14, 2010
Trenabean79 answered:
I also live in Superior and we (myself, my fiance and our 1 year old boy) are looking to find a nice property for contract to deed. We're honest hard working people that are looking to get out of renting so we can put that money towards our own property. Does anyone know of any place that's available for contract to deed? Or does anyone know anyone that I can contact for this? Please email me at Trenabean79@aol.com. Thanks for talking your time to read this. :) ... more
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Fri Jun 4, 2010
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Sun Aug 31, 2008
Kevin Ray answered:
Hi Karen,
Are you still looking for real estate near Superior Montana? We have some really nice 20 acre parcels listed with trees, privacy and amenities including cabins, creeks, etc. Give us a call for more information, we'd love to help you with your search. Kevin & Monica Ray, Streamside Realty 406-207-1185 ... more
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