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Wed Apr 26, 2017
Leighcr.cl asked:
I have a balance on some credit cards that I could get down before the approval and 110k in income when added to my wife's. Paid off 13 2 years early but have a few late payments on credit…
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Tue Mar 28, 2017
dekeya63 asked:
Seller has right to cure home. Buyer's home inspector stated 2 basement walls are 1/2 bowing, main structural beams in basement have moved and no longer adequate to support home. Bathroom…
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Thu Mar 9, 2017
Teena Gunn asked:
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Wed Mar 1, 2017
Larry Gordon answered:
Yes I think they should get a loan expecially if there trying to get credit streat.
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Mon Feb 13, 2017
Yhend07 asked:
Wed Feb 1, 2017
Gingerhous answered:
My boyfriend wants to leave me the house if he dies, does he have to put me in the will for,that? He has children one of which is the executive of his will. He has another house 1/2 is owned by his ex and it is not sold yet he wants to leave me his half if he should pass..does this also need to be in his will and will,this protect on both ... more
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Sat Jan 21, 2017
Michelle00278 asked:
Sun Dec 18, 2016
Edelrodriguez407 answered:
Im in Midland, Texas I see questions answered below but nothing regarding typically how much is needed for closing on a VA loan ? How much should I have saved up in Savings?
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Sat Nov 26, 2016
Kathy Burgreen answered:
This has nothing to do with the appraisal as suggested by asgj1978 below. Your situation has to do with the type of loan you are getting. You need to understand that some loans require the home to be habitable and functional before title transfers. Other types of loans are more flexible. Ask your lender if you can switch to a different type of loan that is more flexible with repair requirements. Plan B is to use a different lender. ... more
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Wed Nov 23, 2016
asgj1978 answered:
VA loans can be done 2 years after chapter 7, one year after chapter 13 and 2 years after foreclosure. They can also do a 0 down--but that would make your payment higher. Also, if your income does not need to be considered for the loan, perhaps having the loan just being in his name is an option?( you would/could still be on the deed) ... more
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Sat Nov 19, 2016
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Thu Oct 6, 2016
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Fri Sep 16, 2016
Katie asked:
Any reccomendations on how to search churches for sale would be helpful. I've been using loopnet however it doesn't seem like all churches for sale are listed. Thank you in advance…
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Wed Sep 14, 2016
Tim Vandeville Jr answered:
Without knowing all the details it is hard to know for sure, but your fiancé has great credit and your score is good enough to qualify. Your income seems strong, so it depends on what is on your credit and your debt to income. I would love to give you a referral to a local lender. Call or text me, 262-865-4282 ... more
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Fri Aug 12, 2016
Alan May answered:
A lot depends on "where" you are in the process. If you've signed a "dual agency" form, allowing the listing agent to be a dual agent (basically acting as the buyer's and seller's agent... sorta)... then it's likely too late to get the seller to pay a new agent that you add to the mix.

I'm not sure if the "customer disclosure agreement" is the same thing, or not. What does it say... you're the one who signed it.
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Mon Aug 1, 2016
Epcool2001 answered:
All I have to say is that you better have a good down payment with a credit score that low.
Lenders may also not like the idea of loaning money for a condo because the monthly maintenance fees are sometimes more than the mortgage, making it harder to pay the bills.

Best bet is to find a small bank and get a pre-approval. Smaller banks are more likely to give you a loan.
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