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Oakdale : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Mar 23, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Potentially yes. Each landlord decides what they will accept in a tenants credit. Since landlords are not as uniformed as underwriting guidelines for purchases, the possible answers are many. Ideally a landlord would prefer two strong tenants versus one strong and one weak.
Generally they require an application from every occupant over 18 years old. How they decide to go will be up to them.
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Tue Apr 9, 2013
Christopher Block answered:
Well just for the hell of it I ran Sold comps out 1 mile for 6 months and STILL could not find anything over 250k. Had to go out 2 miles and then found a couple at the 300k, but we are talking the very top of the price point for this area. I was actually surprised to find a twin home, but as i suspected 2-stories where there. Yea the kitchen is great and the pool is probably great to someone. It is like I said though value wise what a nightmare. ... more
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Sun Dec 23, 2012
Steve Vennemann answered:
You can try here for rent to own homes it is free also can post your listings with rent to own-lease options-contract for deeds ... more
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
Elizabeth Fuller answered:
We would help you gladly, that is a realtor's job and pleasure. However without an address??? I have tried mind-reading and I can't even do it well in person and it certain can't be easier at this distance Do you have a realtor? Start there. It costs you nothing and provides everything you need in selling, buying, researching, etc in the field of real estate as an owner or investor...Liz 612-986-4105 ... more
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Wed Jun 18, 2008
Christine Wrobel answered:
If they accepted it yes. Foreclosures are done via the internet. The original documents have to be overnighted and signed by the bank. They will then send them back. I would be happy to see the property pending. Most are left on the market to attract back up offers in case financing falls through. Foreclosures are very time consuming. Be patient and it should pay off.
Good luck and best wishes in your new home!!
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Thu May 29, 2008
Pacita Dimacali answered:
Did the bank's counter offer specify that it is a multiple counter offer, meaning they're countering other offers besides yours? If so, and if the other buyers also accepted the counter offers given to them, there's no guarantee that it's your offer that was accepted. Your agent has to confirm with the listing agent whose offer was accepted.

But if the bank's counteroffer was only to you, and you accepted and received acknowledgement that your acceptance was received (this can be confirmed by fax indication that the fax went through, or if emailed, that the email was delivered and read), then you may be the successful buyer.

But your agent is your first resource to get the answer.

Hope you got it!
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