Have you checked with a lender to see what you may qualify for or what you how you can improve your credit rating? Many lenders have programs that will help you get on track to purchase a home. Call me to discuss your options or email me at email@example.com. We will try to help you get buyer ready!... more
Your situation is not uncommon, there are ways around credit issues when shopping for a home. First is to talk to area lenders and see what you would prequalify for if you were to buy another house (if that would be an option). Second you might want to look for other financing like "owner financing" "rent-to-own" just to name a few. If your ready to move forward do a little more research and see if your situation is as bad as you think, you may be suprised! Good Luck--... more
The market is getting ready to change from desending to ascending, per an appraiser I spoke to last week..
Now is a GREAT time to buy.
The Woods Resort is only 10 minutes from where I live and the residents that I have talked to love it!... more
It's going to depend on what area you're looking in, but in general, if the house is priced accurately to begin with, we see that they're selling at very close to list price.
The length of time on the market can also be a factor....the longer it's listed, the more likely it will be that it sells for less than asking price.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any other questions. I work strictly as a buyer's agent, and will work with you to get the best deal on a home.... more
I forgot to mention to you in my earlier post. I would also recommend to you to visit http://www.REOALLEGIANCE.com or http://www.cyprexx.com and signing up with a national vendor who will then sub the work out to you. I hope this helps you in your business.
Terri L. Evans
Real Estate Consultant
Keller Williams Realty
Licensed in Virginia & West Virginia
Please visit my website http://www.WinchesterVaHomes.com for Free information.... more
So long as you have either adoption agency or state or court documentation awarding you the children and showing that you will be recieiving the subsequent income for at least 3 years and you've been already receiving it for at least 3 month via (preferably) direct deposits into your bank account, you would be fine with us. Call me if you need to dicuss this further.... more