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Home Buying in Kent : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Nov 17, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
I would ask for the Short Sale approval letter from the bank. If there isn't one that means it was likely not approved yet.
Micah
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
Was this property listed with a Development Services seller? Sounds like a financing issue with your bank or possibly a home that was only eligible for low income buyers for a grant program.
Please provide more info. Thanks!
Micah
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
Yes that is possible but you may need to verify income and also provide verification on steady job history.
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
Yes you can. You will need to connect with someone in your local Embassy however.
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
You would want to look on Trulia Rentals, Zillow and also Craiglist. I can also look in our MLS in you are interested and still looking. Thanks!
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
M R 330.338.5130 answered:
Yes Twin Lakes Are part of 44240. You will want to call a Realtor however because not ALL listing are on Trulia. Thanks.
Micah Riley, Realtor
330.338.5130
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Sat Oct 12, 2013
Denny Fox answered:
Roofing costs do vary. If you would like a referral for a trusted contractor feel free to call me.

Denny Fox, Stouffer Realty Brimfield Office. 330-730-8320.
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Tue Aug 17, 2010
James Deskins answered:
Hmmm.....very unusual that a 203K loan got denied because of the house itself. You can buy just about anything with a 203K. The other comment is likely correct, if you are denied for a 203K or a 203B with one lender you'll probably be denied with the next. Again, whether you get your money back depends on how the contract was written. Normally if you can't get financing you get your earnest $$ back. However, you also usually need to show that you made a "good faith" effort to get financing, and that you aren't just using the financing contingency to get out of the contract.

FYI, you shouldn't be using the same Realtor as the seller. Too late for that but just for future reference....

Good luck.
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