i am interested in this home 730 arnett blvd. is it true that i can pay 75 dollars a month for this home.?

Asked by Marko Trammell, Rochester, NY Sat Nov 9, 2013

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Richard Coak…, Agent, Fairport, NY
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Hello, Marko, My colleagues have yet to mention that 1 local mortgage lender supplies the same amount - or even MORE - of the cash-to-close provided by the grant programs, but without all that waiting and red tape! You and your wife should therefore work with me to define a comfort zone for you on the monthly payment for a quality house you'd love to own with mortgage qualifying - immediately, before interest rates go up!

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Mark Updegra…, Agent, Rochester, NY
Sat Feb 21, 2015
Hey Marko,
We have some new exciting listings coming up on Arnett! If you want an exclusive sneak peak give me a call! We have one owner willing to hold a mortgage for qualified buyer and another that will lease with option to buy.

Mark Updegraff RE/MAX Plus
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Raymond E. C…, Agent, Ontario, NY
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Good morning Marko,

Thank you for the question.

This property is now pending (sold) and without taxes and insurance possibly would have been that much a month. It was also a handyman special that might have required repairs in order to move in.
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Bill Walsh, , Rochester, NY
Sat Nov 9, 2013

The home a 730 Arnett Blvd has a pending sale on it as of May 2013 but not sure where it stands at this point. It is a total rehab which needs a great deal of work to be livable. The $75 a month that the site is referring to does not include taxes and insurance which would add another $200 a month on top of your mortgage if you can find a bank that would lend that small of an amount. For someone who is handy this would be a steal because the city assessment for it is $66,000. This would create instant equity as long as you can keep the rehab expenses at a reasonable amount. If I can assist you in your search please feel free to contact me and also good mortgage brokers can steer you towards grants that the city gives out to owner occupied homes.

Bill Walsh
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