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Home Buying in Kentucky : Real Estate Advice

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I just had a termite inspection, received the sticker, and was informed by the inspector that I have minor cosmetic wood rot damage to the trim of the house in 3 small areas. Will this prevent me from getting a VA refinance approved? My appraiser informed me that my house was in get standing for his inspection. The pest control inspector said it would charge me an additional $700.00 to have it repaired but its the bottom of two boards of trim and one under a window on the corner. I feel as though I am being taken advantage off but I still don't have the report. Can someone advise me? I called the bank and asked them to look into it to see if we need to get this corrected prior to sending in my loan to the underwriter versus getting through the system just to have it retuned. I m so frustrated !!!! ... more
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Isaiah Y. answered:
Try reaching out to Home Loans For All. We've been sending clients to them for a few years now. I'll leave a link to them below. Hope that helps.
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Wed Sep 13, 2017
Chaptv asked:
I am about to buy this home perhaps.
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Thu Aug 31, 2017
Gail Mercedes Cole answered:
Hi Tempsy,
If seller will accept FHA financing there ae several advantages:
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- The home listed is within the FHA guidelines
- It increases available prospective buyers. Seller will accept conventional and FHA financing.
- Home's condition good enough obtain FHA financing.

Home's condition can pass FHA guideline. I think larger advantage it now increases potential buyer pool. Conventional financing 05% to 10% down payment. FHA down payment 3.5% down payment. Best of Luck!

Gail Mercedes Cole
Hills Premier Realty
310.853.9933
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