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Lock Haven : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 2, 2017
Bl2ckwid0w answered:
we might have what you are looking for depending on your time frame. eight one four-four zero four-one one five one
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Sat Mar 8, 2014
wadaada2000 asked:
The closer it is to LOCKHAVEN campus the better. I start school in May 2014.
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Sat Mar 8, 2014
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Sun Jun 30, 2013
Machell Alexander-Bressler answered:
Yes we have developments that allow for double wides on a permanent foundation.
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Wed Oct 12, 2011
Yes that scenario will work fine as long as you both meet the rest of the parameters to qualify for financing. Assuming his income is sufficient to qualify of course.

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Wed Apr 27, 2011
Kathy Probst answered:
There are a lot of great places close to the college, it is a good idea to do that for your child, we have lots of people that do that and then when they graduate you can sell or we can do property management for you as a rental.
Please feel free to give me a call or let me know if you would like some properties sent to you I would be happy to help you find something.
Kathy Probst
Associate Broker
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Fri Dec 10, 2010
Ed Fallon, MBA answered:
The best answer I can give you is that you might be able to do this without it costing thousands. It depends on what you are paying right now. If it makes sense, we may be able to build in a lender credit to pay for the closing costs and still save you money. Please call me at 610-308-9001 if you want to review this in detail.
Ed Fallon, MBA NMLS#144708
Arlington Capital Mortgage
CELL: 610-308-9001
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Sat Aug 7, 2010
Eric Getz-Realtor, ABR, GRI answered:
In most cases the answer would be no. You cannot transfer ownership of your property while you have a mortgage/ lien on that property. However, some mortgages are assumable which means a buyer could potentially assume your mortgage. That could bring up a lot of other issues and you would be best to seek legal assistance if you wanted to pursue this. A mortgage or lein is recorded against the property and that would prevent you from transferring ownership unless they were satisfied. There may be some other options that would require getting legal assistance. ... more
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