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Home Buying in Holly Hill : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Feb 24, 2014
Byron Hebert answered:
Hello You don't mention, where exactly the lot is. Are you looking for a lot outside of a mobile home park? If so I may have some options for you. Feel free to contact me 321-296-8000
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Mon Mar 18, 2013
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Fri Sep 24, 2010
John Bennett answered:
Bonnie, that inspection has pictures, and those pictures would take a Picture of "ALL"

Let say you buy a car.

Then you come to drive it home and It has no tires, when it had tires when you test drove it.

someone tells you, All didn't mean the tires, see the list me made after the sale was signed- I mean only 5 lug nuts hold the tires on, a pit crew can take off in less than 2 seconds, much faster than you can get the couch out of the house.

call me stupid, but if they signed "all furnishings"; the contract might just have something to do about
"all Furnishings" just because it has pirma Facie edivence about "all Furnishings".
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Fri Jul 31, 2009
Marty Kaiser answered:

You can absolutely buy on a fixed income with an FHA mortgage providing the buyer qualifies. You could give her the 10% as a gift, perfectly legal. It is all a matter of a lender determining whether her income versus her house payment and debt would qualify for the mortgage amount. It appears from the info you provided, she is a little light on income for a $35000 purchase with 10% down as her annual income equals $8,100 approximately. The first step is to have a reputable lender pre-qualify your mom. Your other alternative if need be and you were agreeable would be for you to co-sign for your mom as a joint borrower.

If you would like the name of some skilled lenders in the Central Florida area, please let me know.


Marty Kaiser
Keller Williams Realty
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Sat Nov 1, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
Usually there are more than 1 lein at this point, 1st and 2nd mortgages, back taxes etc... You will need to first see if it is listed and contact the listing agent, otherwise you would have to check the deed to see what leins are attached to it. In most cases the home owner owes more than it is worth and it is not able to be sold at this point unless you want to pay more than market value. The foreclosure auction is the tool used to clear the leins from the title and allow the bank to sell it. good luck with your search ... more
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