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Thu May 26, 2016
Kellpw asked:
horror stories about ppl loans being denied and losing money because of their slow process. My question is since I have a signed contract on a house can I legally submit them to all three…
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Thu May 26, 2016
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Fri Mar 27, 2015
Greg Cox asked:
I recently moved to Anne Arundel county in Maryland. Originally I intended to rent a single family home. Most of the rentals I looked at were around $1800 a month. That seemed like a…
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Mon Aug 19, 2013
Amy Menrad answered:
I would suggest calling Mike Taylor, Manager First Home Mortgage 410 591-9397. First Home is the #2 mortgage generator after Wells Fargo. Mike is the most knowledgeable lender I know and he gives you the straight story every time. Once Mike has discussed your best option and what you qualify for, you can give me a call if you like and we can go from there. We are a winning combination known for total 24/7 dedication to our clients and getting the job done, ON TIME! For all your Real Estate questions, ask an expert....ask Amy! 410 255-7613 ... more
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Tue Oct 18, 2011
Ellen Cerasuolo answered:
Why didn't you have a Home Inspection,? Structural damages would have been sighted prior to your being liable for following through on the sale. You could have cancelled the sale, or withdrawn legally. The lender wouldn't have gotten as far as the appraisal. If he did, and the inspection missed it, well the inspector would have been liable. You could have saved the money you spent for the appraisal, if you purchased a home inspection. So hind sight is 20, 20. It's not the lender's fault you had the appraisal on the house you wanted to purchase. You don't see the bank waiving the appraisal [they wan't to know what they're paying for is worth it]. Why would you waive an inspection? You could have done an inspection for informational purposes only; which allows you to cancel, if you find unacceptable damages. By the way did you have a Agent? ... more
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Sat Feb 19, 2011
Ania Miller answered:
I did email you before to let you know that this is a foreclosure property and let me know if I can help you in any way.
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