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Financing in Quakertown : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Sep 4, 2015
Cheri Savini answered:
In most situations, it's unwise to remodel to the point of making improvements that exceed the other homes in your neighborhood. I would like to offer you a market report including homes nearby that have recently sold with improvements similar to the ones you want to make. To determine what remodeling projects are worth doing, you need to first consider how much your improvements will cost and compare that with the price your home will likely bring. Also, I can recommend a few contractors in the Quakertown area to provide you with estimates. Call Cheri First! ... more
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Thu Oct 30, 2014
Ann McGuire answered:
Si necesitas ayuda con comprando una propiedad en Bucks County o en Philadelphia me puedes llamar directamente a mi celular. Me gustaria ayudarte.

Ann McGuire
Weichert Realtors
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Wed Dec 26, 2012
NLAspeitia answered:
My husband served 5 year in the Navy WWII - Korean, injured while in Military we going down to the VA Office this Monday, when the accident occurred. This Friday was our anniversary 21 yrs married, I was the 3rd wife who cared for him in later years. We just had found out he qualified for a pension and veteran benefits.

My question is this, if he is gone am I able to qualify VA loan for a home. That a big maybe even if I can do this anyways this is a question?
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Thu Oct 4, 2012
Frank Dolski answered:
That is a very good question and perhaps a mortgage lender may be able to aanswer it. Or, someone within the military administrative unit. I have worked with two VA loans recently and both went well.
good luck on your attempt!
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Sat Mar 10, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
Leona you should start by being prequailified by a local and trusted mortgage broker who handles mobile home loans. No credit is better than bad credit. They can guide you trhough the process. ... more
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