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Sun Jan 22, 2017
Karen Peyton answered:
What you do is contact a local agent for a professional opinion of value in the condo's present condition. Agents understand every repair has an associated price tag, but often what we see is much less of a problem than what a homeowner sees. Sometimes a broken light fixture only needs a light bulb, and a "running" toilet only needs a stopper. The cost of both examples is less than $20 instead of hundreds.

Use the Find an Agent tool at the top and call a few agents! Sell if you can and get a fresh start!

Best of luck!
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Wed Aug 24, 2016
Prosper Realty answered:
I suggest you contact Home Loans For All. They deal with all types of situations including this one. They have shown us they're experts even with USDA home loans. I'll include a link to their website. Hope this helps.

Best of luck!!
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Mon Jul 18, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hello,

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Wed Jul 6, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

I am happy to help you get your listing posted on Trulia.

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Mon Jun 13, 2016
Tiffany D asked:
to anyone The home is 204 vista grade dr in ponte vedra beach, fl 32082.
The owner represents it as a 3 bedroom but after we paid for an inspection and appraisal we were informed that only…
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Thu Feb 4, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Not sure what you mean by "legitimate"?? Yes, there are flat fee, or discount brokerages who can handle a real estate transaction. They can list your home in the MLS and then let you deal with the rest. But is it worth it? I see so many FSBO people on here asking questions about transactions. They get stuck when something goes wrong and look to us REALTORS for answers. Sorry, but if you want a smooth transaction, hire a full service REALTOR. In most cases you'll actually SAVE money! ... more
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Sun Sep 13, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
NanaPop,
Get a lawyer to review your contract and find a way out. Builders contracts are notoriously one sided. Since we don't have access to the contract, and we aren't lawyers, you really should consult one for the best answer. With $50k on the line, the cost will be worth it. ... more
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Tue Jun 2, 2015
S.brown21 asked:
Bank wants us to resign new paperwork because they lost original...Holding up our chance to buy a home in 2015 in Connecticut 06095... can we do anything with the bank
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Linda Halter answered:
I agree with Norma. There are many great agents in this area. Look at the recommendations on Trulia and other real estate websites. I would also look at the individual companies and the recommendations. It is very acceptable for a buyer or seller to interview an individual agent as well. Hope that helps and good luck in your search!

Linda Halter
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Mon Dec 23, 2013
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Wed Nov 20, 2013
mgmitten asked:
We are looking to purchase a home in the Austin Park/Greenleaf Village area of Nocatee in Ponte Vedra. We noticed the "for sale" prices currently of homes in that area are not comparable…
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Fri Oct 25, 2013
Jim Olive answered:
We just saw all-time record lows, so the chance of seeing them go down again is very slim. It is probably as unlikely as seeing them go back up to their all time highs back in the early 80's, when they hit the high teens!! But gradual growth can most likely be expected... ... more
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Fri Oct 25, 2013
Brent Seaman answered:
Considering the age of when this question was originally asked, the market in PV has returned quite well.
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Tue Oct 1, 2013
Ann Ryan answered:
If you're close to the score you need, try www.Creditus.com.

If you're more than 100 points away, I'd stick to the free credit counseling services.
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Sat Aug 10, 2013
Johnathon Miller answered:
You can get approved with under a 600 credit score for home loan not sure about USDA though. I have a 580 credit score and got approved for FHA just 3.5% down, The Lenders Network sent me to one of their lenders to get me approved so I would try there.

Good Luck!
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Sat Aug 3, 2013
Mem8585 answered:
It appears so. I have met several people in my apartment complex over the age of 55 who are planning or have moved into a DelWeb or "Sweetwater" community ( age 55 plus community). I have 9 more years to think about it. I feels weird saying I am not old enough. They are very nice and quiet communities. ... more
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Thu Jun 27, 2013
stephen webber answered:
Your Credit May Not Be As Bad As You Think,

By Stephen Webber Retired After 34 Years of Real Estate For First Time Home Buyers

Most importantly don’t do anything until your loan officer looks it over with you. So many times people do what would seem like a good idea; pay off a past due or pay off a credit card and close the account to later discover they actually lowered their rating.

Loan officers work with credit continually and many times can suggest a notification or two and presto the rating is up. Maybe there is a late pay that didn’t happen or maybe should have fallen of the report months earlier.

They have a very strong incentive. They can’t make a loan unless the credit is acceptable so the experienced loan officers know their stuff.



An article that will serve you well is '#13 Consultation Interviewing Loan Officers' at Your Road Home.com. Also article #5 Your Credit and Financing Your Home.

Choose your loan officer before you allow anyone to fix or monitor your credit. Your loan type will dictate the required rating. Once you know exactly what needs to happen you can direct the requirements, establish a time line and plan your next step.

The shortest path to owning your home.

Most importantly;
Don’t let anything or anyone deter you from your goal of owning your home.

Best of Luck, Stephen Webber Retired After 34 Years of Real Estate For First Time Home Buyers
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