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Wed Oct 18, 2017
lindshea66 answered:
Totally possible, but it may not be easy! You'll have to find a landlord willing to work with you, but if you can prove your income is enough to cover the place you should be able to find something. ... more
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Sat Aug 12, 2017
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Mon Jun 12, 2017
Stacy Welch asked:
A couple purchased our home, now we are living with family due to not being able to find a home for rent in Providence Grove High School district. Our daughter will be a junior this school…
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Wed Feb 1, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Once a contract is accepted and signed by both parties, the only out you have is the contingencies you put in place (financing, inspection, etc.). If there are no contingencies, you're stuck with this home. If you're scared somebody will submit a higher offer on the 2nd home, oh well, that's part of buying real estate. You win some, you lose some. Stick with the first home since you already submitted your contract. ... more
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Mon Jan 2, 2017
Jeremy Weinberg answered:
I would assume that you have already found an agent. If you have any future referrals, use Park Place http://www.parkplacenetwork.com they can refer out your referrals for you and pay your brokerage back a 25% referral fee without having to be active under them. There is no upfront costs. ... more
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Fri Sep 2, 2016
Bryce Bjornson asked:
I'm looking at things like the toilet supply line (old plastic) and linoleum bathroom floor (fair condition). I know that a new kitchen is not warranted at this price point, but what…
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Sat Aug 13, 2016
June Buerkle answered:
If it was rent to own .... you will need to refund the tenant any parts of the rents or deposits affiliated with the ownership piece or the option to buy.

Normally the option is non-refundable, but since it is you wishing to unwind the purchase option and not the tenant's choice or failure to act, you will need to refund all monies other than the normal rents that would have been paid without a rent to own option. ... more
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Sat Apr 30, 2016
Melissa.looney81 asked:
I don't want to have to do a FHA loan, which requires a 3% downpayment and mortgage insurance (which is the benefit of the VA loan, no money down & no MIP) in order to get the 203K rehab…
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Wed Jan 20, 2016
Nelson Gomez asked:
I am interesting on buying the house located at
201 Norman Dr.
Trinity, NC 27370
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Tue Jan 19, 2016
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Tue Jan 19, 2016
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Thu Dec 24, 2015
Victory Property Management answered:
Yes, if you have enough money to do so. You will need a 20% down payment to get the best interest rates and not pay mortgage insurance. From there, your mortgage, interest, insurance, home owner association fees and real estate taxes cannot exceed 35% of your income. If you can meet those qualifications and have decent credit, then head down to a local lender to see if you can qualify for a loan. ... more
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Fri Dec 18, 2015
Diana Hellman answered:
Only real estate professionals can post on Trulia. Try Zillow instead.
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Sat Nov 28, 2015
Donna Hughes answered:
For Sale By Owners, Please watch: https://youtu.be/Rf1gHnXlVnk
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Sun Aug 9, 2015
Donna Hughes answered:
I would be more than happy to a Competitive Market Analysis for anyone wanting to know the value of their property in Randolph, Davidson, Guilford or Forsyth Counties, using similar properties that are listed, and have sold.

Donna Hughes
REALTOR/Broker
Keller Williams
DonnaHughes@kw.com
336-953-5462
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Thu Jan 8, 2015
Anna M Brocco answered:
Be aware that scams do exist; be mindful that such web sites are third party sites, so the information is fed by various sources, therefore data is not really verified. If you choose not to work with an agent of your own always verify ownership before exchanging any money/personal information--make certain they are who they claim to be. Never wire any money, if it sounds too good to be true, it is. For scam related information see link.
http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0079-rental-listing-scams
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Mon Dec 29, 2014
Nathan Hepler answered:
Davidson Co has a online list of foreclosure dates and addresses but the after foreclosure property is the less risky step, Let me know if you need the list per county..

www.heplerrealty.com ... more
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Tue Oct 14, 2014
Lori Jeltema answered:
Many sites just want your money so they can send you a 'list' of foreclosures. Many homes on this list are not actually foreclosures.

Almost all of the homes that get foreclosed on are going to end up in the MLS where a good, local agent can access them. Get together with an agent. Prepare your finances (many foreclosures require a cash purchaser or rehab loan). Prepare to show proof of funds or the ability to finance a rehab loan so you don't tick some agent off by wasting their time working for you when you are not prepared.

Ask the agent 'how would you prepare yourself if you were in the market to buy a foreclosure' and follow that example.

Good luck
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