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Thu Jun 30, 2016
Billweihl asked:
Thu Apr 30, 2015
djennifer009 answered:
It's a fee the conveyancing lawyer charges for closing the house. Sometimes it's just a formality fee that the county tacks on, but other times there's an actual lawyer involved. It depends on you exact situation. http://www.marinolaw.com.au/gold-coast-property-lawyers/residential-conveyancing/ ... more
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Thu Apr 9, 2015
lewisremington19 asked:
In what situations is it appropriate to hire a property conveyancing attorney? I am about to buy a house, but am unsure if it is a required part of the process. I need to know if there are…
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Sun Sep 1, 2013
Stephanie Campbell asked:
The appraisal is set for Sept. 3. It's a USDA guaranteed loan. We have all our documents in, and inspections have been done. What kind of time frame are we looking at now?
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Fri Jul 26, 2013
Dennis Evans answered:
Ken,
Population for what area, region. state?
We are all here to help with your question.... Just not certain of what it might be
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Thu Jul 18, 2013
marion_e asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/homes/Ohio/Marietta/sold/22647065-315-Ohio-St-Marietta-OH-45750
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Sun Mar 31, 2013
Keith Jean-Pierre answered:
There are several on this website, just type in your area and select one.
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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Lenderbradford answered:
I would not think that you would have a problem relocating or renting the property as intent is one factor that needs to be considered. If you are looking to buy another home when you relocate the underwriter will likly want to document what you are doing with the current property and plan on qualifying for the current payment and the new payment. You may wish to check with your current lender about allowing someone to assume your loan. FHA does permit credit and income assumptions. I would assume that you have a good rate on your mortgage and it might be attractive for a buyer of the home. Because it is an assumption they would not need a down payment and closing costs would be lower than a straight purchase. It could be a WIN/WIN. Explore the assumption option unless you want to be a landlord. ... more
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Fri Aug 26, 2011
Stephanie_coleman07 asked:
Thu Aug 18, 2011
Sean Brady asked:
offers on properties to where there is a possibility of making commesion plus incentives!?
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Thu Aug 18, 2011
Sean Brady asked:
"INVESTOR" friendly!
maybe there is an agent who can
THINK A LITTLE DIFFERENT!
EMAIL me back at the following

brady_388@yahoo.com
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