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Mon Jul 24, 2017
Senia1987 answered:
What happened in this situation?
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Fri May 20, 2016
Lanena-luna asked:
condition he said he will fix it, he just wants a cheap house for sale but i cant find any. can you help me?
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Thu May 7, 2015
Tony Grech answered:
Hi Cindy,
If you owned a home/condo, regardless of whether it was your primary residence, you wouldn't be considered a first time home buyer.

The exception though is that if you haven't owned anything in the last 3 years then the clock usually resets and you COULD be considered a first time home buyer.

Tony
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Sat May 31, 2014
ffbpropertymanagement answered:
Ashley,

I hope you are doing well!

I do have my house for sale on a rent to own basis in Hamilton County (Ross School District). Please contact me at ffbpropertymanagement@gmail.com, and I would be happy to share additional information with you.

Thanks!
Bob
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Mon Feb 17, 2014
tom roberts answered:
I dont believe so becky,ur realtor should work with on that?
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Tue Jan 7, 2014
joy.lloyd513 answered:
I literally live around the corner from Hanover, and I do not like this area at all. It is in horrible condition, terrible parking. I live on Twelfth st. So terrible here!
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
Angelina asked:
I am researching for my property investment
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Thu Oct 31, 2013
lendersnetwork answered:
12 months after a short sale you're now eligible for a new HUD program for an FHA loan, as long as you have reestablished positive payment history after the short sale

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently announced the “Back to Work – Extenuating Circumstances” program, aimed to help people who have lost their home through foreclosure, short sale or bankruptcy. HUD has reduced the previously required minimum of 36 months to 12 months before they may be able to finance another home, given that they meet HUD’s minimum eligibility requirements. ... more
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Wed Oct 17, 2012
Carmen Brodeur, JD answered:
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Mon Nov 28, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Do have the home inspected by a licensed inspector/engineer, and do acquire estimates for any necessary repairs beforehand...
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Mon Jun 22, 2009
Christina Cavins answered:
Ann,

The short answer is - YES! The long answer is it depends on your financial situation. I strongly recommend you contact a home loan consultant to help you figure out which loan program would be best for you. You can call a home loan consultant and provide information for a preapproval, so they can recommend loans based on your unique situation. The great news is - the preapproval only takes 5 minutes over the phone! For recommendations on home loan consultants along with contact information, visit http://www.realliving.com/christina.asadedwards/MeetMyTeam.asp . And please feel free to contact me at anytime if you have anymore questions.

P.S. For all your real estate needs, please contact us - we would welcome the opportunity to serve you!

Christina Asad Edwards, Realtor
Christina.Asad@RealLiving.com
Office 937-573-0082
Cell/Text 937-205-4741
www.DaytonOhioHouse.com
Real Living Realty Services
One of the fastest-growing real estate franchisors in the nation.
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Fri Mar 13, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
Dawna,

Have your agent contact the listing agent to find out why they have not changed the status to "pending." They should be able to provide a clear explanation.

Good luck
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Wed Jan 16, 2008
Mary Starkey answered:
Just to encourage you that real estate is still a good investment. In the past 10 years the value of real estate has increased on the average of 5% a year. Now, granted, that percentage is different all over the country, but if the value of the ranch you are trying to buy has not increased dramatically in the past few years but has slowly increased in value, that is an indication that its value will keep increasing at closely the same rate. The market value has been hardest on areas of the country in which the value of homes increased significantly in the past 5 years, therefore, currently requiring a correction in value. ... more
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