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Wed Jun 7, 2017
Mary answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
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Tue Dec 15, 2015
My NC Homes Team answered:
No one can supply you an accurate estimate without quite a bit more information from you. How large, how many floors, what do you want it built out of, how energy efficent, what finish materials, do you need a septic system or are utilities at the road, is the building site cleared etc. Your best bet is to meet with a couple of home builders, look over some plans and begin to solidfy yur own thoughts on what it is you want in order to get a real sense of the true cost as they can vary considerably. On the low end you're probably looking at $125 per square foot and on the higher end perhaps $300 a square foot. ... more
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Sun Mar 3, 2013
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Sun May 29, 2011
Kristi Price answered:
If you haven't already found one, I can recommend my realtor. His name is TJ Vitense and he's with Keller Williams. We are just beginning the process of purchasing a short sale home in Edgerton. TJ's number is 608-576-0044 or email tjvitense@kw.com. Good luck! ... more
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Tue Jan 11, 2011
Pat Venable LLC answered:
Hi Kari, I just checked our local MLS and this property has sold and closed on 12/15/2010. If I can be of any more help please let me know. Pat. Venable,Century 21 Affiliated,Janesville ,WI ... more
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Wed Oct 21, 2009
Lynne Forrestal answered:
93 Beach Avenue, Edgerton WI sold and closed on July 30, 2009, I see that you asked your question in Mid July, so perhaps you all ready found out this info. I just joined Trulia so I just received your question.
Please feel free to contact me with any other Real Estate Related Questions.
Lynne
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Mon May 4, 2009
Maket Nashville answered:
Danny,

Great answers by Donna.

I would add that the lender you choose has to have GOOD funding as well! What this mean, is a Bank like Associated....when the USDA ran out of money last year...Associated had to quit loaning under this program, that is until the USDA got "recharged" with money through the latest stimulus package. Our company on the other hand, NEVER quit lending. Why you ask? Because we have aligned ourselves with funding sources that guaranty the money even though the USDA is out of it...Now, currentlythey have plenty of money in the coffers, but depending on WHEN you purchase, they may or may not.

We utilize Jp Morgan CHASE for our USDA loans, and they have never stopped lending under this product.
Donna is correct in her comments about location and your income level etc...I recently attempted to do a USDA loan in the Janesville area...but couldnt, because it was ONE BLOCK over the determining line for the program! Hence, the maps on their website are VERY important! Go to: www.rurdev.usda.gov for more information!

We have done a TON of these loans, and I think they are probably about the best product out there!

We are located in Lodi , Wisconsin!

One Source Mortgage, LLC
109 1st St
Lodi, Wisconsin 53555
Darin@osmwi.com for more questions
608-592-2227
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