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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Tue Jul 12, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
You should start by meeting with a local and trusted loan officer who can pre qualify you and let you know what type of mortgages may be available, FHA is only 3/5 % down, conventional loan are 5% and VA and USDA are no money down. ... more
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PierreDelVe…, Real Estate Pro in San Rafael, CA
Fri Jan 9, 2015
PierreDelVerano@aol.com answered:
Yes,my 3 bedroom,2 bath ranch style house is for Lease!
Please see my Listing here on Trulia,or check my Craigslist ad,or better yet,
send me an email,and I will send you all the information
so you can have a Tour of my Lakefront Home this weekend!
It is a very wonderful house,comfortable,in good shape,and directly on the lake!
Thanks,
Walt
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Noah Seidenb…, Real Estate Pro in Evanston, IL
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Noah Seidenberg answered:
Get a credit report, some are given free from the 3 different credit companies, TransUnion, Experian and Equifax. Take a good look at these reports and try to pay the late debts you have on there of call the ones that are already taken care of and your score will get better.
A good lender can help you too.
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Shari Dua, Real Estate Pro in Marco Island, FL
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Shari Dua answered:
Septic - similar to luxury homes built in rural areas. Waterford Farms is a small rural community built among blueberry farms; all the homes are sitting on 1 ACRE beautiful lots - they are built by an Award Winning South Jersey Builder. We're not in the city; this is for people who enjoy fresh air and peaceful, quiet surroundings....and we're less than 2 miles from Rte. 73 and the A.C. Expressway!

The system is a Pinelands Septic System; if you do any research on it you'll find they are constructed to last the life of the home - indefinitely! Due to the area being a preservation land, the state is very careful to assure these septics run without issue. The cost to maintain a septic is no more than a sewer bill annually - in fact it may be less depending on where you purchase.

For further information on Waterford Farms quality constructed homes you may contact me directly - I am the onsite agent for Joe Wiessner. I'm happy to provide further information to you via email, telephone or in-person. Our model is open Fridays through Mondays from 11am until 5pm; it is located at 101 Curcio Lane, Hammonton, NJ 08037.

Thank you.

Shari Dua
REALTOR
Joe Wiessner Realty
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Josh Barnett, Real Estate Pro in Chandler, OK
Thu Sep 19, 2013
Josh Barnett answered:
Don't ask them "who let the cat out of the bag."
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Laura Gianno…, Real Estate Pro in Manahawkin, NJ
Tue May 1, 2012
Laura Giannotta answered:
Contact the construction office in Hammonton, the Blue Berry Capital of the World at 609-567-4300, the zoning board secretary is extension 110.
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Robert Bruck…, Home Seller in West Caldwell, NJ
Tue May 1, 2012
Robert Bruckner answered:
Interest rates are low on mortgages. Home buying is usually a great investment, as was your education. The answer to your question involves a thorough understanding of your current financial situation, your projected income and the property you need vs. want to purchase. The question you have is really as follows: "Do I pay aggressively pay off my student loans and reduce my down payment and my buying power or do I keep my student loans and apply what I use the money that I have towards a larger downpayment so that I can purchase a bigger or better house."

My suggestion is to speak with an accountant, financial planner or close family member or friend. Do a monthly budget and plan out how you will pay back your student loans if you buy the more expensive home. If you can leverage the debt, you might be able to afford that more expensive home with the larger down payment. If you can't, you might have to look at other options. You also need to take into account other expenses that may come up. Are you prepared for the unexpected? How stable is your employment? Finding a property that is perfect for home buyers has a lot to do with working within safe financial waters.

You should consider that you can have your cake and eat it too if you strike the right balance. A great realtor and a good financial advisor or accountant, maybe even a family friend can help you strike the right balance. If I can be of assistance with real estate or mortgage advice, please contact me at (973) 901-1900 or RBruckner31@gmail.com.

Robert Bruckner, Broker-Sales Associate
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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Gina Chirico, Real Estate Pro in Fairfield, NJ
Tue Nov 29, 2011
Gina Chirico answered:
Shirley,

I responded to your other post. Go to the public listing page for your listing and click the "More" Tab. There's a report an error dropdown - report the error to Trulia and hopefully it'll get corrected. The moderators do moderate the question/answer forum but the other way may get their attention quicker.

Good luck.

- Gina
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Gina Chirico, Real Estate Pro in Fairfield, NJ
Tue Nov 29, 2011
Gina Chirico answered:
Shirley,

I suggest you go to the listing on Trulia http://www.trulia.com/property/3049515893-3-Jerry-Ln-Hammonton-NJ-08037 and the 6th tab under the photo says "More", click report an error. See if that helps Trulia to correct the problem. ... more
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