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76107 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Aug 19, 2016
Watkinstammy56 asked:
interested in renting that home/who should I contact?

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Tue Apr 21, 2015
Susie Kay answered:
Closing cost varies greatly and the most cost comes from your lender. I would say put aside at least $6k.

Susie Kay
Realtor & Certified Home Stager
United Real Estate
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Fri Mar 13, 2015
Bri Aberle answered:
I love the outdoor music festivals and the Cultural District. There is always something to do!
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Thu Feb 5, 2015
Susie Kay answered:
It all depends on the landlord. Some may rent to you but require double deposit.

Good luck!
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Tue Jan 13, 2015
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Lisa Creed answered:
Here is a link to find recent information about 76107 Community, School and Market information!
I know this post is quite old ...but hope it will help others just arriving !
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Fri Jul 6, 2012
John Straub answered:
Great question. In this area you will be looking at a tear down as I do not believe there is a supply of vacant lots anywhere. Pricing in this area tends to be high do to the immense popularity. It is a lovely area as I am sure you already know. If you have questions or are interested in viewing homes I am happy to be of assistance.

John Straub
Keller Williams
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Fri Jul 6, 2012
The United Home Team answered:

Please, feel free to contact so I can answer all your questions. Your first step should be to contact an A+ mortgage company. I have lenders on call if you need any help. No pressure what so ever they will help you outline a plan of action that way when your ready to move in on purchasing your first estate you are ready.

Keller Williams Realty
Real Estate Consultant/3xUS Army Vet.
Joseph Fernandez
cell: 817-975-7258
off: 817-635-1157

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Thu Mar 24, 2011
Piperclara answered:
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has removed the one percent loan origination fee cap on FHA mortgages originated on or after January 1, 2010.

While the FHA does not control interest, points or terms, there are regulations about the origination fee for an approved FHA guaranteed loan. Origination fees cover the lender's costs for issuing the FHA home loan. Depending on when your FHA loan was approved, you may only be required to pay 1% of the loan amount-this applies to all loans originated up to December 31, 2009. Those fees are capped.

FHA guaranteed home loans in 2010 and beyond are not capped or limited to that 1% origination fee. This does NOT apply to FHA Reverse Mortgages (also known as HECM loans) or 203(k) rehabilitation loans.

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