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Home Buying in Hegewisch : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 6, 2015
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Sat May 30, 2015
Aida Pinto answered:
you can go on or google it.
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Fri May 29, 2015
Aida Pinto answered:
There's a possibility that heir filed a law suit...a judge can reverse a foreclosure, there could be many reasons...we will never know....good luck with your purchase.
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Fri Mar 20, 2015
Mark Zatz answered:
Unfortunately the best way is to due your due diligence and get quotes from multiple insurance brokers or companies on that.
they will all be in a range but have different quotes.
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Fri Mar 20, 2015
Mark Zatz answered:
I have been in the business 15 years and have been thru the cycles. I use Wells Fargo now.
Guy Petropoulos. 312.287.9866
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Mon Mar 16, 2015
Gary Dobbs answered:
That would make the transition from you current residence to a new one much easier.

Or else, you can sell making it contingent on finding a new residence. Buyers will take this into consideration when making an offer and deciding to commit.

Lastly, you can obtain a bridge loan. My company offers this to our clients, few brokers can offer this because they are not capitalized like we are.

The way a bridge loan works is you borrow from your equity before the sale to make the purchase on the new home. This is helpful in case you want to secure the residence and need to commit. We do consider many factors about both your sale and purchase before we'd suggest a bridge loan.
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