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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Rush Fan asked:
Please remove this listing ASAP, or I may end up having serious legal issues.
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Sun Aug 21, 2016
Daniel Jones answered:
To me, your credit score seems fine. But still it rests upon the local mortgage lender who might have different lending parameters. I would suggest you to go to - one of the leading lenders in the US. ... more
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Mon Jul 25, 2016
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Sun May 29, 2016
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Wed Feb 24, 2016
thinz answered:
Not sure other than just poor administration of the listing information. Delaware has no right of redemption for the property owner so that would not be the reason. In NJ, owners have redemption rights for up to 10 days following the sale to still workout something with the court...for that reason, a listing could still show the foreclosure until the redemption period has ended.
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Sun Dec 20, 2015
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Hello Brandy,

Chapter 13 is a payment plan so I am assuming you completed the Chapter 13 and finished the payment plan 8/2015. It appears you have re-established your credit so the only real question is when did the property title get taken out of your name as that would start the way process for a new mortgage. The FHA loan is probably your best bet as you may be eligible now if the property was taken out of your name 3 years ago.

Feel free to contact me to discuss at 410-412-3319 or 302-703-0727. My team and I can tell you exactly when you will qualify and for how much.
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Wed Aug 19, 2015
Mark Cowan answered:
Great question Amy! Find a Lender that will work with you and that Lender should also be able to give you advice on how to improve your Credit Score. Your Lender should be able to advise you of the varies State and Federal programs.
If you can buy down points at the beginning of you loan process, it will reduce your interest rate. But buying down points is not always an option. Ask your Lender.
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Wed Jul 29, 2015
MegSM answered:
Just because you have bad credit doesn't mean you will be a bad tenant - many landlords know this. Often, independent rental owners are more flexible with their rental criteria that larger property management companies.

There is more to a tenant screening than just a credit report - although that is an important element. Equally important is the background check, rental references and income verfications. It may be helpful to know what is on your screening report before you begin applying. MyScreeningReport.com is an applicant initiated tenant screening report - it allows you to go to their site, order your report, VIEW it and then share it with prospective landlords through their secure sharing system.

Some really cool features about this screening service are that because it is applicant initiated (YOU are ordering the report) it does not negatively affect your credit score & these reports are called Portable Reports. This means that you pay for your tenant screening once and can share it as many times as you need to at no additional charge - for a 30 day period. This feature really helps save money, allowing you to apply more than once if necessary without the expense of multiple application fees.

www.MyScreeningReport.com
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Thu Jul 23, 2015
Robin Roberts answered:
Yes you can terminate your current Lawyer. I would tell you to expect a bill for any expenses your current Lawyer has incurred.
Settlement cost change with the date. Due to taxes pro rated utilities, if it is earlier it will cost the buyer, if it is later it will cost the seller.
No you don't have to be at settlement but your agent or someone needs to have power of Attorney to sign for you. Hope this is of help.
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