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Tue Jan 20, 2015
Luke Medico answered:
Contact the listing agent...they will have all of the correct info.
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Mon Feb 17, 2014
Yes, you would apply for a home equity line of credit and once approved it would be like a cash account. You would make payments on only what you withdraw. If you have a payment on your current home it would continue the same as it is now. ... more
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Thu Jan 2, 2014
Doyle Bryant answered:
William, Colonial Estates is a very nice community in which to live. If you buy a home in a community such as Colonial, you will need cash to purchase, as most lending institutions will not finance when you do not own the land.
As to "buying in" or “buying and moving in”, you will need to check with the community, as many have guidelines as to style and size.
Obviously, you will have a greater selection if you can specify the home you want.
Good Luck!
Doyle Bryant
Jack Gaughen Realtor
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Fri Nov 6, 2009
Harold Burkholder answered:
HOA's are not required although many new develpoments do have them. The HOA rules and fees are set/controlled by the develper until such a time as the devlopment is sold out to a certain percentage which again is set by the developer. The HOA is then turned over to the home owners in the development.
If you have any futher questions feel free to give me a call @717-816-9713
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