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Fri Feb 17, 2017
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Wed Jan 11, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
Possibly, or it is also possible that they already found a tenant and info on Trulia isn't updated.
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Fri Jul 1, 2016
Kimikko Bibb answered:
Hello Aundrea,

We are open to rent-to-own on our property. Please check out our listing at 5011 Reynolds Way, Grovetown, GA. Thank you!
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Tue Jan 6, 2015
Debra Vernon answered:
I looked at some previous sales in Bryan Cove and one just sold in Nov and was listed for 2 months. There were two sales in 2014 and both places were on the market 4-6 months. Can't really give you a definite time. As far as giving you a price, you can contact a local agent so they can do some comps of the area and physically see your house. Just remember you want it in the market and not just on the market. Price is key. ... more
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Thu Oct 9, 2014
Christian Hirsch answered:
This may be too old to answer but I work with a couple of lenders and I know the one will do a loan at 620 minimum credit score. The other one likely will as well as i believe it is 630. Of course the rate won't be the 3.8-ish they can do but still would be proportionately competitive. Let me know if you are still in need and I can refer you to them......

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Wed Aug 20, 2014
Gilbert Iarocci answered:
I have access to the Augusta/Aiken mls I can look for you if you send me your needs.
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Fri Jun 13, 2014
Brendan.mcnair asked:
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Keith Jean-Pierre answered:
Yes but the seller has to be willing to do this. Rent to own is not a common method of sale any longer, especially with the market being as hot as it is today.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
The only way to know is to make an offer. It may be better for the builder to have someone there for a year than keep it vacant.
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Charles and Tia Allen answered:
If you send us an email with the specifications you are looking for in a rental. Include the locations desired. We will send you an email with all the potential rentals in that area that meet your needs. Looking forward to helping you. ... more
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Fri Nov 29, 2013
To begin improving your credit score, you would need to contact each of your creditors directly to see what your options are. Paying off derogatory debt will help improve your credit score in the long run, but not immediately.

With collection accounts, most of the damage is done when they are initially placed on your credit report. Some collection companies are now reporting you are late each month the debt goes unpaid. This continues to drag on many people’s credit scores each month until the debt is paid in full. Until you do that, your credit score has little chance of improving.

In exchange for paying the collection account in full, you can try to negotiate to have them completely remove the derogatory item once the payment is received. Some collection agencies will do this, while others will not. You will just have to ask each one and see. If they will not remove it, just having it paid and closed will help in the long run.

All liens and judgments will also need to be paid in full. These impact the title position of a mortgage so they must be satisfied.

It is very important that you be VERY careful in disputing accounts. You cannot dispute accounts which you know to be accurate. For a mortgage, you cannot have an active and open account that has a disputed status. Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac/HUD all have very specific guidelines to be followed when a borrower has an account in a disputed status. In some cases, it could cause you not to be able to qualify.

To build positive credit, you typically need to have 2-3 trade lines reporting for 12-24 months. There should be no late payments or other derogatory items reported in the last 12-24 months. On your Revolving credit accounts, your outstanding balance on your monthly statement should not exceed 30% of the credit limit.
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Tue Oct 22, 2013
It all depends on your contract. Some houses are only sold as is, but most purchase agreements have clauses written into them to allow you to get the home inspected within a reasonable time frame and back out of the deal if there is ANYTHING that does not meet your satisfaction. Check your purchase agreement and consult with your Realtor ... more
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Fri Aug 30, 2013
Tim Moore answered:
High Crime is any crime that happens to you.
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