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Wed Feb 8, 2017
Ashanti.dixon asked:
Wed Feb 1, 2017
Maricris A answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Maricris
Consumer Care Advocate
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Mon Jan 30, 2017
Liz.alexmax asked:
Want to find a place near the water that will allow a golden retriever.
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Fri Dec 2, 2016
Kathy Burgreen answered:
No. You need to understand that realtors are not going to spend time taking photos, assess renovations unless you are there in person with them. Suppose after viewing some properties sitting at home looking at your computer, you decide to back out. That means the realtor did all this work for you and will never get paid for it. A few realtors may be willing to take photos, etc. provided you pay them up front for the service. ... more
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Mon Nov 14, 2016
Ashlee Hughes asked:
I am having a hard time locating my listing on my account. i made an account on zillow and it automatically listed itself on trulia. It also does not have any photos on it.
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Fri Nov 11, 2016
Friend Wells answered:
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Fri Oct 21, 2016
Cjh25 asked:
When I recently logged on, I was asked to pay $35. I thought it was required in order to find/renew my listing. I still can't find it. I want the $35 back. Please contact me. 757-620-1764.…
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Sat Sep 24, 2016
USMortgageRanger answered:
Thanks for your service from one Veteran to another. As a Veteran who is with the largest Lender and servicer of VA home loans I know a few things that the majority of my competitor do not know and will steer you down the wrong path. The very first thing that you should do as a Veteran family on the move is to get qualified by a competent Lender. The 2nd and most important step is to work with a Veteran Agent in Norfolk who know the area including school requirements. This Agent must send you all the relevant information about the area prior to wanting to send you any property information, as we always pick the area that suits our lifestyle and needs before we pick the home. Base on your housing requirements the Agent will send you home that matches that criteria.

Once you have narrower it down to 5-8 homes you will need fly out and visit the homes on the weekend including a night visit to any home that you are making an offer on. With all this happening so fast you do not have a lot of time as the vast majority of Lender needs 30-45 days to close your loan so this is imperative to choose a Lender who has everything electronically and not still shuffling paper around and losing documents. I can be contacted for a FREE no obligation consultation.

Lowell Sterling
Mortgage Banker
NMLS 968898
Phone 469-347-3572
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Thu Sep 8, 2016
Amberle Farthing answered:
Good Afternoon! My name is Amberle Farthing. I am a Realtor at Keller Williams Realty and also a real estate investor.

Fixer uppers are a good investment if you find the right one. Being an investor myself I could definitely help you find one that will fit your needs and stay in your budget just as I would do for myself or my investors.

Also I don't know if you know this but with you all being a Navy family you most likely qualify for a no money down loan for active duty. I work with one of the best mortgage specialists in the area.

If you need any assistance you can email me at amberlefarthing@kw.com or call/text me at (703)371-9574. I would be happy to assist you. If I don't hear from you I wish you the very best of luck and hope you find that fixer upper! Just be careful. You don't want to get into a money pit situation.

Have a wonderful day!
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Thu Sep 8, 2016
Amberle Farthing answered:
Hello Kevin!

My name is Amberle Farthing. I am a Realtor at Keller Williams and also an investor in the Hampton Roads area. I would be happy to assist you in your home buying process. Being an investor myself I see things a little differently than most Realtors which works in my clients favor. I work with some of the best real estate professionals in the area and customer service is our number 1 priority.

If you would like to chat more and get your started so when your ready we can jump into it and get your in your dream home email me at amberlefarthing@kw.com or call/text me at (703)371-9574.

If I don't hear from you I wish you the best of luck on your search and hope you find exactly what you're looking for! Have a wonderful day!
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Thu Sep 8, 2016
Amberle Farthing answered:
Good Afternoon!

My name is Amberle Farthing. I am a Realtor with Keller Williams and an Investor.

That is a situation a lot of people find themselves in when buying with someone else. As you may know this can lead to headaches and credit damage down the line.

Here are your options:

1) Sell it with a realtor. This will allow you to get top dollar for it and we take care of all the headaches involved with sale. We work with the best real estate professionals in the area to make the experience as easy for you as possible.

2) For Sale By Owner. You may choose to sell it yourself the problems with this is a lot of times you won't get as much money, you will have to do all of your own negotiations and paperwork, you won't have access to as much marketing which is key to getting your house sold quickly and for top dollar and many more.

3) Next Key Solutions is a Real Estate Investment company that uses creative tactics to sell your property. At NKS we can either buy your house CASH or with our Perfect Tenant Program.


For more information on anything real estate I am always here! My email is amberlefarthing@kw.com, my phone number is (703)371-9574. If I don't hear from you I wish you the best of luck on your sale and hope you find a solution that works best for you! Have a wonderful day.
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Thu Jul 14, 2016
Tlyle50 answered:
In a word yes. The title company needs to verify that they have the correct names of all who have an interest in the property. There could be a lien in the name of someone who shares your siblings name. The SSN verifies if the lien is in your siblings name or not. Most likely your sibling knows that they have some kind of lien and don't want other to know. I just went through this with my cousin in a property that he was named on. My aunt ( not his mom) named me, my now deceased sister, brother and mom in her trust. My brother wanted to be bought out and my mom wanted to be off title. As stated above my sister has passed and her interest went to my mom. My cousin for whatever reason felt that he should get the property and upon learning that he was not solely entitled to the property refused to cooperate in the buyout offer that I made to him. Unfortunately when anyone listed on the property refuses to cooperate in the sale you are left with few choices. If there is someone in your family that can get through to your sibling I would suggest that you use them to accomplish cooperation. If not then you may want to use a mediator to explain to your sibling why it would be in their best interest to cooperate. You can usually find one in your via a internet search or contact a free legal aid service or your state bar association. Should neither of these work then you are in for a very expensive remedy. When parties in a matter like this disagree and there is no movement for a resolution then you are going to have to go to court to get what is called a petition for partition. Basically what this is is an order by the court to sell the property in question. You will have to retain an attorney and depending on the court calendar you may have to wait up to two years for an initial hearing. This is by far the worse way to solve a property issue. Lawyers and the courts are going to suck out all or most of the value of the property in fees. The attorney and the court is not your friend and they could care less about the outcome. Once they finish raiding the property for as much money as they can you will be left with very very small proceeds. In some cases you may be left with nothing but that horrible feeling of being screwed by the system. Ultimately I was able to get my cousin to cooperate and as of yesterday paid him and my brother their share of the property in exchange for their signature on a quit claim deed. I sincerely feel for you as this can be a very challenging issue. Good luck to you. ... more
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Sat Jul 9, 2016
Stacey Williamson asked:
Do rentals ever come up that are between $1200-1400? 3 bed/1.5 bath, we have to budget the student loan pretty tightly!
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Thu May 19, 2016
Tony Grech answered:
4 is the max for any type of residential loan
Over 4 is considered commercial
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Tue Apr 12, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
What contingencies are left in your contract? Ideally, you have a financing contingency - which is something any buyer's agent worth their salt would have included. If the borrowers' financial situations have changed since you first applied for the loan, you'll probably be denied and unable to get funding. That should take care of it for you.

Let your agent know now about your issue so they can work on wrapping this up ASAP.
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