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Wed Nov 22, 2017
Thomasmuchmore asked:
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
Annette Lawrence answered:
As Mack pointed out, and the many professionals who will respond to your question will confirm, for most entering into a lease purchase will also result in 'throwing your money away."
There are NO shortcuts to establishing a qualifying credit history. The temptation to take a credit repair/recovery short cut will also result in "throwing your money away."
Here is a great option you should consider. Contact a local lender (NOT at too big to fail) who has a historic record of investing in your community through small business loans, home loans and refinances. These are "A" and "B" graded lenders. The 'Too Big To Fails" are all "F" rated, justifiably.
Simply enter our city or zip code and make an appointment with the lender(s) that appeal to you.

Share with them your desire to purchase and your need for their guidance to get you fully qualified for a home mortgage. They will guide you through the best sequence of steps to reduce your debt, manage your budget, establish saving and create the needed down payment. There will be real discipline required. But, very quickly you will begin to see the magic of fiscal responsibility and the security that follows. It's common sense that is very uncommon.


Here it is:

Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
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Thu Jul 21, 2011
Century 21 Alliance answered:
It depends on what your plans are as to how you would get a developer. If you would enlighten me on what you plan to do with the property, I would be happy to help.
You are welcome to contact me by email or phone. My profile is on Trulia.
Jeff Palmer - ReMax
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Sun May 16, 2010
Pam Simpson answered:
There have been only a few homes in Hernando that have sold in the $280,000-$350,000 price range in the past few months in Hernando MS. The average days on the market for those homes was 60-90 days.

Currently, there are 22 homes for sale in that price range in Hernando MS. The average days on the market for those homes is 190. You can see there is a big difference in the days on the market. The difference can usually be attributed to perceived value.

I have added a link to the April 2010 Hernando MS real estate market report that I just posted. Let me know if I can help you.
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Wed Jan 28, 2009
Pam Simpson answered:
Wish I could have answered sooner but I just saw your question. 38632 is the zip for Hernando, MS. I am including a link to this answer that has market reports for Hernando going back several months. You will see 'Hernando Market Report' highlighted. Click on that and it will bring up the most recent report which will in turn point you to previous reports for comparision. Hope ths helps! ... more
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