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Thu Oct 27, 2016
Andrew Harris answered:
Hi Steven,

Not sure if you are still looking for assistance with this question, but there are essentially 4 options available to you, depending on your ability to do each of these:
1. Buy and sell at exactly the same time.
2. Buy first, move into your home, sell after you buy.
3. Sell first, move into temporary housing, buy after you sell.
4. Move into temp housing, buy and sell at the same time.
Each of these has it's pros and cons. We would be happy to go through the process with you if you are still in need of any help!

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Wed Jul 29, 2015

As a loan officer and a consumer I would say that Damon's answer is absolutely correct. The loan officer is the 1st place to work. I would love to chat with you when time permits. Please feel free to reach out to me when you can.

Christopher Watkins
| Manager | Mortgage Loan Advisor | NMLS # 555103 |
| Sierra Pacific Mortgage |

| 21520 30th Drive SE Suite 101 |
| Bothell, WA 98021 |
| Office: 425.951.6194 |
| Cell Ph: 503.804.4379 |
| FAX: 425.332.7212 |
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Sat Jan 31, 2015
Josh Barnett answered:
Call the homes that are for rent and ask if they will also complete a rent to own.
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Wed Aug 1, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi there-

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Good luck!
Ali, Community Manager
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Mon Apr 20, 2009
Karla Divine, Broker answered:
Dana, You might consider private lending if that is available to you. NOT from a loan shark, but from a person who knows you who might have funds to lend you, or from the Seller of the property if they are in a position to do it. You would pay a higher interest rate, and you would negotiate the terms in such a way that you could rebuild your credit and refinace with a traditional mortage company once that is realistic.....say, 3 to 5 years. And of course, your other option is to sit down and build a plan for improving both of your credit scores. Good luck! ... more
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Fri Jan 11, 2008
Dirk Knudsen and Kirra Krussman answered:
Claremont on the West Side is #1. jackson Creek in hillsboro is Very Nice and Summerfield in Tigard. King City of Course in Tigard has been long regarded the place to go. We are here to help. Some good one level Condos as well. It is all about the price right?

Good Luck!

Dirk Knudsen
"the Real Estate Doctor"
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