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Sat Jul 15, 2017
Kristine.kincaid96 asked:
I'm 21 yo and I'm looking to buy a home, my credit is 625 score and it's a year in a half old, also I'm self employed. Is there any programs available or do I have to put a 20% down in order…
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Tue Dec 2, 2014
Hugo & Andreana Sanchez answered:
Hi Hortencia,
Did you ever found the lender? How are you doing?
If you still need help let me know.
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Tue Dec 2, 2014
Hugo & Andreana Sanchez answered:
Hi Sharon,
I know this post was put a little while ago. I wanted to check and see how are you doing? Let me know if you still need some help.

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Mon Jan 20, 2014
Cory La Scala answered:
Hi There,

There's no link to the property you're interested in!, but it may or may not be for sale. On consumer real estate sites like Trulia, a property will look like a "listing" even though it's not listed for sale. If the listing says "For Sale" at the top of the page, it's listed for sale. If it just says "Foreclosure," it's reflecting activity that affects the property. The property could have had a Notice of Default filed against it, which means it's in the very beginning stages of foreclosure. The owner may pay the default amount, he can try to short sell his property, or the property could end up being sold at auction for cash. If it does make it to auction and it's priced too high for the investors, the bank will list it for sale at market value. If what you're seeing is a "Foreclosure,", often the "list" price isn't a sale price at all, it's the amount in default. If and when the home is for sale and ready for offers, the price will more reflect market values. If it's priced lower than market values, expect competition when you submit an offer.

Let me know it you'd like help finding homes in your price range, foreclosures or otherwise.

Warm Regards,

Cory La Scala, REALTOR
Independence Realty
619-825-6421 Direct
619-884-3452 Cell
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Sat Nov 16, 2013
Wahib (Bob) Wehbe answered:
Yes it is still available for rent.
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Sat Nov 9, 2013
Hugo & Andreana Sanchez answered:
Wed Jul 3, 2013
Robin Silverberg answered:
Edwin, have you run DU or LP on a file where there is a dispute on a credit line? I am not sure exactly what you are saying in your first sentence though, where you said "will afect or no", but I will tell you it doesn't matter what kind of account it is, it will be picked up. ... more
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Fri May 24, 2013
Robert Chomentowski answered:
I'm a local San Diego VA specialist and I have a blog dedicated to only VA topics, I would be happen to assist your with any questions you have.
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Mon Dec 10, 2012
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
You should work with a local experienced Realtor whether you are looking to buy or to rent.
It will make all your questions and concerns so much easier.... Promise.

Hope this helps...

Most Sincerely yours,
Edith YourRealtor4Life and your Chicago and Northern Illinois and RElocation Expert
Working always in the very BEST interest of her clients at @Properties North Shore
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Sat Dec 8, 2012
Marielena Beatie answered:
The property listed is no longer available but there are many in the area that might suit your needs
Feel free to give me a call anytime and i would love to help you find the perfect home for you
Looking forward to hearing from you

Marielena Beatie

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Fri Sep 17, 2010
Mark answered:
It's not wise to remove an appraisal contingency. It's designed to protect you from an appraisal coming in lower than the agreed upon sales price and depending on your financing potential required repairs.

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