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Tue Apr 25, 2017
Michelledavis4215 answered:
Hi Cass,

I hope you're doing well. My name is Michelle. I work with United Credit Education Services. I can help you and your fiancé get approved for the house that you are looking for! Please give me a call or text me at 678.772.2758, my direct number. I work with clients and lenders across the company and would love to answer any questions you may have and get you on the right path.

Have a great day!
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Sat Apr 22, 2017
Castillo003 asked:
Sat Oct 8, 2016
Susie Kay answered:
Yes, she may, but it also depends on what your next buyer is looking for in a home and what the renovation on your mom's home is going to look like. If she's going to have a home with bedrooms and bathrooms and a breakfast nook then it's probably not a very typical home. Has your mom considered selling her home then purchases a new one with a master suite on the first floor? I'd be happy to assist your mom is she's in DFW.


Susie Kay
United Real Estate Dallas
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Thu Mar 31, 2016
David Fletcher asked:
Thu Dec 31, 2015
Alysse Musgrave answered:
VA and USDA loans are zero down. FHA is 3.5% down, and conventional is 3%. Calvin Kim is an Exclusive Buyer Agent in your area. He's fantastic. You can learn more at

Don't Let Them Make a Monkey Out of You! Follow the links below.

Alysse Musgrave
Consumer Advocate
Exclusive Buyer Agent

Best selling author of Buying a Home: Don't Let Them Make a Monkey Out of You! US, Texas, and Spanish versions available.
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Mon Dec 7, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
RealtyTrac posts homes here that are in the earliest phases of foreclosure and not for sale. Until a bank completes the process and the home either gets sold at auction or is added to the banks inventory, it's not for sale. When the bank ends up with the home, they eventually list it with an agent for a real price. Whatever number you or your client may have seen here are not real. ... more
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Wed Oct 14, 2015
Rubi Aguirre asked:
Me and my husband, who just recently separated from the military, are trying to purchase our own home but can only claim my own monthly income in the loan process which is roughly 2300 before…
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Sun Sep 13, 2015
Jmathew answered:
if there is a real estate company or mortgage lender willing to work with me on loan types i am willing to do the same.
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Mon Sep 7, 2015
Flseacat answered:
how big is the lot? is there acreage? are you near employment? city, towns, recreational, natural settings, views? is there anything to entice a buyer to purchase?
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Sun Aug 23, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
Definitely ask a Realtor to help you analyze your options.

I've had success with marketing properties with 'choose your own finishes' statements. Letting buyers know the seller is willing to do some work before closing. It's great to have a contract in hand before committing the cash to the improvement.

BUT, it depends on your market, and an experienced local Realtor will be able to give you better specific advice.
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Sun Aug 23, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
Keep in mind that most buyers will be getting a mortgage and their lender will order an appraisal. It has to appraise for the agreed upon sales price. A lender doesn't care about a home's historical value, which is pretty intangible and can be very subjective. This is why you really need to have some decent comps. ... more
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Wed Jun 3, 2015
Kgrezlik02 asked:
I am going to be listing my home this week, and didnt want anyone to see the old and outdated photos of the house before the updates I have made. I would like to have them deleted as soon…
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Mon Apr 13, 2015
lewisremington19 answered:
I would call you city offices and ask them. They're going to know better than anyone who is responsible. If you stay on top of your gutter cleaning for your house, they should take care of the street.
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