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Thu Nov 23, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
The fastest & best solution is have your realtor connect with one of the Premier Agents in your area. Premier Agents pay monthly ad fees to Trulia, Zillow, etc. and these agents have personal reps with direct phone numbers. A 5 minute call to their representative can fix the listing. ... more
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Tue Oct 31, 2017
Brittney Jefferson asked:
but I am still wondering how much is the closing? Is it 3% or 6% of the total loan amount?
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Sun Apr 23, 2017
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Tue Mar 22, 2016
Solisputnam answered:
the payment is calculated on the price of the house + your repairs.
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Tue Oct 14, 2014
Robert Krop answered:
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Tue Oct 14, 2014
Robert Krop answered:
You will want to discuss this with your loan officer. They will be able to break down your exact payment for you.
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Mon Oct 13, 2014
Robert Krop answered:
Valuations on real estate websites do not necessarily reflect real values. These values are determined by tax records and prior listing info and then those sites have algorithms to give an average value based on the info the site has about that home and the surrounding homes it uses to compare to. ... more
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Fri Mar 28, 2014
pberchoff answered:
We are the construction representatives in Mount Airy, MD, that specializes in building modular homes for the Northern Virginia, Maryland and Metro DC areas. We have many floor plans (ranch, two story, or smaller capes), that are suitable for one person.

After reviewing our floor plans, you can select a plan that best suits you. you may revise the plan as much as necessary until you are satisfied with the design of your modular home, keeping in mind your budget and needs.

We can meet someplace local and we can show you what is available.

Bill Yonker

WRYonker Construction LLC
703-926-2416 direct
443-487-8603 fax
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Thu Nov 21, 2013
Michael Bennett answered:
There are. That come up infrequently, but there is a two bedroom place available for $995. It's for rent by owner and not listed.
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Fri Nov 30, 2012
Greg Myers answered:
Sun Apr 15, 2012
Sean Brink answered:
If your looking to move shortly then I can certainly help you with your search. If your not moving until next spring then you should consider waiting approximately 60 days prior before you search. Visit or and search. ... more
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Tue Jul 12, 2011
Anne Oliver answered:
Hello Jose,

Take a look at the HUD website.
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Sun Oct 3, 2010
Kevin Olson, Jessica Laude answered:

Good news, I just went through this for the 3rd time so I have your answer! Chances are there is not a HUD tag (be sure to check all closets, kitchen cupboards, and beneath the sinks).

In each case, we had to go through the DMV (department of motor vehicles), and believe it or not the police department was able to help with information needed to refinance and/or sell. I believe you are trying to establish ownership, and in most states these homes are considered vehicles so they are registered with the appropriate department.

This might sound strange, but it is what was necessary. They treat your home the same as a vehicle. Hopefully this works well for you, when we tried getting a title company to help it was of little use.
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Sat Sep 11, 2010
Paul Moffett answered:
As everyone stated on here there arefixed exspences for you as a seller.The good news is that there are fewer expenses for you as a seller and most are a fixed rate tied to your sales price such as doc and transfers.
ONE very important thing to remember is...commission is negotiable,anyone who says you have to pay 6% for full service is not helping you,and they are also probably tacking on additional admin fees and other costs for no reason but for themselves and their brokers.
If you would like to hear about getting a VERY competitive commission rate and great full service feel free to contact us for further details.You owe it to yourself to hear other options.We have over 20 years full time experience in the area to better serve you.
have a great day,
Paul Moffett
Remax Advantage
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Sun May 30, 2010
Gary Smith answered:
I assume you are going to hire the services of a professional home inspector before making any kind of real estate purchase. If so, great! I think you're making the right move. He/she will help determine if your electrical issues are considered a safety concern. As mentioned already in some of the answers, safety is one of the required repair items/issues under the 203K Program and they're required to be repaired by a licensed contractor.

You, as the buyer, will not be allowed to repair the electrical issues unless you can prove to the lender and their underwriting department that you are qualified to make the repairs (example: you are a licensed electrician),'ll want to be sure your lender will allow "self help". Not all lenders allow the buyer to work on the rehab. Check with your lender of choice.

Gary Smith - 203K Consultant
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