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Thu Mar 16, 2017
Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

It depends on the bank.

With us as long as the borrower has a new job and the income hasn't changed you should be fine. If the income goes down or up then the new income must be considered.

If you would like help with this or have any questions you are welcome to get in touch with me.
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Mon Aug 29, 2016
Eileen Macgregor asked:
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Mon Apr 18, 2016
pulgan answered:
I have several mobile homes and each brand is different. In California I bought a 2006 manufactured home that has 2x6 walls, lots of insulation and a ducting system to keep the heat away from the vaulted ceilings. It is on a well and the appliances are mostly electricity and my bills averaged $42 a month. I have a 2002 in Florida and I removed some of the vinyl siding to do some repairs. Already some of the flooring was deteriorating and below the windows was rotting. Mainly because Florida is humid and it rains quite often. You could give it a few more years in a dryer climate. Newer is generally better, but the manufacturer is more important. I have a 1994 and the OSB sheets under the roofing are deteriorating and the particle board floors are doing the same thing. I also spoke with several banks about people purchasing my mobile home. Wells Fargo and several other banks said they won't lend on them at all. There are some special loans based on the persons income, but they would not get the low interest loan a house could get. Another consideration should be utility bills. I have a block house that is really well insulated. The bills average $36 a month. Just to cool the 2002 manufactured home takes $100 extra. Heating is the biggest factor. Most manufactured homes are not well insulated nor are they looking at the new "Green" ideas when it comes to building. They are usually looking at cheap and making money. This is why most mobile home manufacturers will offer loans. Insurance should also be a factor when considering what your end payment would actually be with utilities, appreciation, and insurance. ... more
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Fri Apr 17, 2015
Aaron and Cheree Tiry answered:
Have you checked out the "rent" section at the top of Trulia? There may be something in there. Otherwise you could also check Craigslist.com to see what they have for posted for rentals. ... more
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Wed Apr 8, 2015
JAMES WHITAKER asked:
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Wed Apr 8, 2015
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Tue Jan 13, 2015
Paul & Reshia Wheeler answered:
Hi Francis,
If you are still looking for some apartments, let us know. Ranch Lake Apartments are brand new with luxury amenities. They are about 5-10 minutes to Ellenton and located right beside I-75. Give us a call or e-mail to arrange the tour and get the 1st month for free.

Sincerely,
Paul and Reshia Wheeler
PaulWheeler@KW.com
941-928-2708
www.PaulandReshia.com
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Fri Oct 4, 2013
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Mon May 27, 2013
Peter Mohylsky answered:
Tough question, only answered by a builder. Basically, I don't believe you will save much money. Reason, used two story houses are not cheaper than used one story houses.
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Sun Apr 7, 2013
soozees answered:
Have lived in Ellenton for 10 months now. LOVE it. Originally looking in the Clearwater area...sooo glad we are here. Granted, there is a little bit of a drive to "main stream" shopping, entertainment, etc. But eveything is right off the interstate...no more then a 10 mminute drive from here. Location is excellent because you are in the middle of Tampa. St. Petersburg, Sarasota, etc. with none of the traffic hassles. ... more
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Sat May 5, 2012
Trish Chandler answered:
Depending on how much coverage you need, your apartment location, amenities etc - it can run from $175 per year and up. When you contact the insurance companies they will ask you lots of questions about your apartment such as security systems, available sprinklers etc. ... more
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Mon Mar 12, 2012
Sarah505763 answered:
Ellenton is a great town and close to everything. My home at 824 44th Ave. East in Ellenton is in a friendly, established neighborhood and no HOA costs. It was custom built in 1986 - NO Chinese drywall. Lots of storage and lots of charm. Check it out! ... more
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Sun Apr 4, 2010
Linda Singer answered:
Is that the listing price or what you're thinking of offering? If it is an offer you're thinking of making, your best bet is to contact a local realtor and have them assit you with evaluating what the market comps are in that particular neighborhood/area.

Residential real estate in Manatee County is my specialty, contact me at Linda@LindaSingerHomes and I'll put together a buyer's market analysis for you.

Good luck and happy home hunting. Linda Singer, Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, Manatee Avenue 795-2211 - cell 685-0949
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Sun Mar 14, 2010
Mark LeMenager answered:
Offer the 2nd lender additional compensation either in the form of cash or a new promissary note.
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Tue Jan 5, 2010
Chad F answered:
Hi Tom & Sharon,

Here are the latest search results that fit your criteria. Please feel free to give me a call if you have any questions.

http://bit.ly/68pExN


Chad Fay, ePro, TRC, QSC
Realtor
Prudential Palms Realty
130 N. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34239
941-400-2741 - Direct
941-296-7630 - Fax
chad@sarasotahomesellers.com

http://www.SarasotaHomeSellers.com
http://twitter.com/SarasotaHomePro
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