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Home Buying in Nebraska : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Feb 4, 2018
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Yes builders can make changes but the bigger question is WHY. Did you ask the builder what the reasons for the changes were? It could be anything from foundation layout, where pipes need to be located, mistakes found, etc. You need to ask the builder what the reason for the changes were. ... more
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Fri Jan 19, 2018
Nayakanurag answered:
I am a Realtor in Omaha and would love to guide you through the home buying process and earn your business. Just to answer your questions, normally the price of the home is determined in already developed areas using Market comparison analysis. Basically, appraiser finds nearby houses of same type, age etc and then adjust the value based on condition of the house. I can hook you up with some lenders who can guide you better with the loan processes and associated costs/fee. Basically fee varies a little from lender to lender and also depends on individual conditions (credit score, down payment etc). Regardless, I give my clients an estimate of costs before they enter into purchase agreement so they are well informed and prepared. ... more
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Mon Dec 4, 2017
Maejmt17 asked:
Can we use our Omaha agent, if we decide to buy here? Thank You! Sincerely, Mrs. Julie T.
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Fri Oct 20, 2017
Mary C answered:

We display property information on Trulia to provide consumers with transparent real estate information. We receive this information from public records gathered by a third-party data collector from your county. Our mission is to empower consumers with information and tools to make smart decisions about homes, real estate and mortgages. For this reason, we do not remove public record property information from Trulia. Please be assured your property is currently off the market right now, meaning it does not appear in the results for active listings.

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Wed Sep 13, 2017
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Thu Aug 3, 2017
Swolley2006 answered:
I am buying a house from an Old friend thats willing to sign the deed/title over to my name with one catch that after its in my name he wants me to get a volentary Lien in which i plan on getting a home equity line of credit to pay him the money BUT will this lien effect me getting a line of credit? ... more
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Tue Jul 11, 2017
Nejeepguy asked:
you state that some property's on you site are bank owned or foreclosed on, but you give nothing about the bank or other entity that owns the property, so people can contact them about…
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Mon May 22, 2017
The_guy_2020 asked:
We both have good credit, but we both don't make much (I am a therapist, and she works for a non profit). Our rent keeps going up so we are looking
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Sun Apr 16, 2017
Lots.of.dice answered:
It cut me off.. continuing .. the lot had a house on it, it burned down. the owners had no home owners insurance however and couldn't afford to repair it. They've moved out, the house was torn down, and the assessor still lists them as the owners. 8316 S 48th Terrace, Bellevue NE 68157. ... more
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Sun Mar 12, 2017
Infantry5993cp answered:
With a v.a home loan how much would your down payment be on a $60,000 home
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Wed Mar 8, 2017
Maricris A answered:

Please know that if the property is in 'Public Record' status, this means the the home is off the market/not for sale and for informative purposes only.


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Sun Jan 22, 2017
Littlebird.blue62 asked:
You jump from $50K-$100K besides I don't want to live in the rich snobby area I prefer middle class
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Wed Dec 28, 2016
Travis Sutton asked:
My fiancee and I are working on our credit to get our fha loan in the next 6-12 months. In the interim we are looking for a possible land contract or rent to own options on a house in the…
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Sun Dec 11, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
The builder can't change the terms of an executed contract. You may have to talk to a lawyer.

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Fri Dec 2, 2016
UpNest answered:
Yes, it's best to use one agent at a time when you're buying a home. If you feel compelled to use more than one realtor, your current realtor may not be the right fit for your needs. Every real estate firm has a contract with a list of rules. If you are looking for a firm with more flexibility, you should try searching on The platform has a wide variety of agents with different requirements. You may find an agent that meets your standards so you don't have to approach or use multiple realtors at time. ... more
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