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Northeast Dallas/ White Rock : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jun 28, 2014
Kenneth "Kenny" Bebensee answered:
Pick any 1 Realtor to help you or call the apartment complex for details.

www.tcrdallas.com
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Fri Jun 13, 2014
Kenneth "Kenny" Bebensee answered:
Check on your local public transits sites.
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Thu May 8, 2014
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Sat Nov 2, 2013
coneytoni answered:
Anne, check the website below for guidelines as to how much house you can afford. And don't let a Realtor talk you into buying so far beyond your reach that you are a slave to your house payment. Leave some money for life. Lakewood prices have risen so much in the recent past that it simply may not be practical to consider buying there.


http://www.freddiemac.com/homeownership/ready_to_buy/how_much_can_you_afford.html
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Sat Jan 12, 2013
Dontb Mistaken answered:
North Oak Cliff is a dynamic, culturally diverse, friendly community, characterized by rolling hills and spectacular views of downtown Dallas. One of the oldest residential areas of Dallas, towering oak trees and the bluffs overlooking the Trinity River gave Oak Cliff its name. Just minutes from downtown Dallas and in close proximity to the entire Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex, North Oak Cliff is enjoying a surge of new development and renovation as residents seek established neighborhoods with character and diversity and reject long commutes.

Here are details of a property in that neighborhood

http://www.dfwlandlord.com/NTREIS/listing.asp?listnum=11878619
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Wed Oct 3, 2012
David Whiteside answered:
It depends on landlord req. He may ask for double deposit or first and last months rent
Contact Me if you would like some help
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Sun Sep 16, 2012
John Lyng answered:
Meka,

I would be concerned mostly about your behavior in the last two years rather than credit score. Do you pay rent on time? I want to see that plus your current obligations within the last two years. If you don't have much n the way of open credit that isn't a problem as long as you pay other bills such as electric , water, cable/internet/phone, etc. timely.

Remember that with budget we would be talking about a home of about ~$60K, but there are community developers that may be able to help.

Feel free to contact me with questions.

John Lyng
Mortgage Counselor-NMLS 280951
JLyng@NACA.com
Offering America's Best Mortgage-NO Down Payment, NO Closing Costs, NO Perfect Credit
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