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Home Buying in Grass Lake : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Feb 16, 2014
Ben Latocki answered:
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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Rebeccatrulia answered:
Discuss with them it will be easy for you to take decision.
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Thu Sep 13, 2012
Jim Wellman answered:
GENERALLY SPEAKING......2-4 years depending on who your lender is and your credit score.
It you have a 20% or more down payment the loan can become a "portfolio" type loan and the lender may look at it t hrough different eyes, so to speak. Most definately talk to a local lender.....not a big, national one. Your Credit Union, Independant Bank, County National Bank, or other small lenders is your best bet. Some local mortgage brokers are also good.

Call or e-mail me any time if you have questions or concerns!

Jim Wellman 517-392-0612
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Wed Jun 29, 2011
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Two loans will likely increase the timeline and complexity. Much depends on the current status - level of cooperation by the seller in working on the hardship case with the bank and if they seller has enlisted the support of an experienced short sale resource(s) - agent, attorney.

Suggest you do the same. Line up the best resources and they will be able to ask the right questions and guide you well.

Jeanne Feenick
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Thu Mar 12, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:

It really depends on how the home was prepared before it was left. If it was done professionally or the right way by someone, the damage, if any would be minimal.

On the other hand, if the property was just abandoned without any measures taken to protect the home from the elements, you can expect there to be considerable damage.

Our advice is to find an experienced agent or an attorney that can "wordsmith" a contingency clause that will protect your interests and give you an escape route if things get out of hand.

Good luck

The Eckler Team
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Sat Jul 5, 2008
Donald Bradbury answered:
Hi Jessica: Here in Pennsylvania, it is illegal to relist a house, just to have the DOM start again at 0. We do relist a home, if the llisting contract has expired for example. A new contract would be signed, and the listing would begin again. OF course a classic example of relisting, is when the seller changes Realtors, and the home is expired, or withdrawn, and relisted. Thanks so much Don Bradbury 215-536-6777 x 329 ... more
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