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Fri Nov 11, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
Before doing anything, speak with a lender who can give you scenarios relevant to your financial scenario. A HELOC may be an option but not necessarily the best.

Good luck!
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Wed Sep 7, 2016
Nancy Zingieser asked:
on9/24/16 this agent was suppose to meet me at 2:00pm.he never showed,i am 65 years old, my husband was a veteran,i sold my house,and was looking to rent,bscause,my house was to big,,65…
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Thu May 12, 2016
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Thu Dec 17, 2015
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Sun Aug 9, 2015
Lynn1 asked:
People getting loans through banks do not have to take classes on financing and mortgage issues. So it seems to me that if you have money you do not have to spend time taking classes. If…
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Tue Jun 23, 2015
Javier Montiel answered:
Trulia doesn't support FSBO listings. Try looking into other sites such as Zillow, Postlets.com etc...
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Mon Mar 23, 2015
Holly Fullerton answered:
Mon Dec 22, 2014
Nick asked:
I'm looking at a 2 unit. Seller has been unable to provide rental leases, utility bills, etc. I asked for 3 yrs tax docs to show revenue & expenses & was told the property is…
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Fri Dec 19, 2014
Nick answered:
I'm an accountant (cma)...I want a paper trail...I want something from the bank saying the list price was 65.5k...u offered 50k...they countered 65k...there should be a document showing that Don Tepper. ... more
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Thu May 29, 2014
Terra Foust-Smith answered:
Did you make the sales contract contingent upon a property inspection. If yes, you should be able to get out easily. If you didn't, you can walk away from the contract, you would just lose your security deposit. ... more
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Thu May 15, 2014
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Sat Nov 2, 2013
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Mon Sep 23, 2013
Keith Jean-Pierre answered:
I would suggest you try the regular rental sites:

http://www.craigslist.com
http://www.apartments.com
http://www.trulia.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.zillow.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.realtor.com (Rentals Section)

Between all of those, you will get a very clear picture if you can find what you are looking for. Good luck!
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Sun Jun 30, 2013
Dawn Nickles answered:
I would be happy to do a Free Market Analysis for you. What that does is look at homes like yours that have sold and current market conditions and gives you a good guideline as to what your house should sell for.
I am a local agent to the Muncy Area and am familiar with your location.

Happy to assist anytime.
Dawn
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Tue Jun 4, 2013
Chad Bahnsen answered:
Hello,
I'd be happy to help. I'd try to get pre approved with another lender asap (should only take a day).
did your credit score drop?
Always feel free to call or email and thanks for the opportunity to earn your business.
Chad
Chad E. Bahnsen- Mortgage Originator, NMLS# 127719
Mortgage Network, Inc.- Corporate NMLS# 2668
14 E. Stratford Ave Ste 3C
Lansdowne, PA 19050
Cell: 610-457-7262
Office: 610 622-2212
Fax: 1-866-590-3806
E-mail: cbahnsen@mortgagenetwork.com
www.chadthemortgageman.com
Licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities
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Mon May 27, 2013
Don Tepper answered:
Easy.

With impeccable credit, go to your bank or credit union and take out a personal loan. Not a mortgage, not a real estate loan. Just a personal loan.

Hope that helps.
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Sat May 25, 2013
Tony Rotoli asked:
tell us that hud or fha change the guild line 10 days after we were pre approve .and now we don't qualify for the loan .and we sold are place that we live in now we don't have…
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Wed May 22, 2013
Michael D Delp answered:
Coast,
It depends on your credit score, your income, and how much you were looking to spend on your home. There is a lot more information needed to see if you will qualify for a loan.
If you have any other questions, or need help qualifying for a mortgage, feel free to contact me.
The very best of luck to you!

Michael

Michael D Delp
Mortgage Pro
4802 Old Bethlehem Pike,
Telford Pa. 18969
Ph- 215-453-1025
Fax- 215-453-1012
Cell- 610-762-0318
michaelddelp@aol.com
michaelddelp@verizon.net
http://www.mortgagepro.instantlender.com
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Wed May 22, 2013
HurtsForYou answered:
Hello!

First, I'm sorry that you and your daughter are experiencing this unfortunate and certainly painful situation...

The circumstances you described are a little challenging... You said that you are renting from your daughter, but her husband/ex-husband gave you an eviction notice. So, is she currently renting the home from him? Or are you? Does anyone have a paper-based lease agreement, or has everything been completely verbal thus far?

Don't answer any of the above questions in this forum (or any) -- but rather, accept the fact that these challenges are in front of you, and unless immediate, direct, legal actions are taken, you and your daughter *will* ultimately be forced out of the home, if it is sold.

If you and/or your daughter have little or no income, are disabled, or have any other financial limitations, the best thing you can do is to contact North Penn Legal free legal aid services. They have lawyers there who will help you for free, including representing you in court, should it go to that extent. I've had to use such a service in the past, and they're top-notch attorneys -- with a heart and some compassion for their Pro Bono (non-paying) clients.

In Lycoming County, their website is: http://www.northpennlegal.org/help/familysupport.php
Call them at: 1-877-953-4250 A friendly person there will provide you with all of the information you will need in order to be qualified. Typically they will kind of "pre-qualify" you over the phone, then have you come in to fill out a simple form.

Another option is searching on http://www.justia.com
I did a search for you, in your area, for lawyers who focus on Real Estate and Landlord/Tenant law. The direct link to that is: http://lawyers.justia.com/lawyers/real-estate-law/pennsylvania/williamsport
There is a list of lawyers who do pro-bono work, if you and/or your daughter do not qualify for North Penn Legal Services (the free legal services I first mentioned above).

I hope that helps you and your daughter!
May God bless you both, and get you through this as quickly and easily as possible...
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