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Sun Jan 25, 2015
The Graveline Group answered:
Browse under the agent directory to find yourself a well reviewed local Realtor. Realtors adhere to a strict code of ethics which offers you piece of mind and consumer protection. Have them be your one point of contact for everything real estate related. Trulia is a good place to start, but ultimately you need a Realtor. ... more
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Tue Mar 4, 2014
Eric Vander Werff answered:
Hi, were you ever able to find financing for your situation? I may have a referral for you. Thanks,
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Wed Feb 27, 2013
Richard Smith answered:
5 acres not counting the 1st acre if there is a home on the property. Qualifications are getting much strictor than in the past.
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Mon Nov 19, 2012
Neal McClellan answered:
You are qualified for the loan based upon your credit, income, and debts. Certain loans also have specific criteria, i.e. USDA max 2 acres. You cannot enter into a seperate agreement for additional land, prior to closing, without the banks knowledge. ... more
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Wed May 18, 2011
Pam Jank answered:
Jill's answer was excellent. I might add that the taxes are GREATLY reduced.
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Wed May 11, 2011
Jill Spiker answered:
The home was under contract on 2/1 with a contingency. Looks like the contingency wasn't met and they cancelled the listing. The home is off the market currently. Last list price was $340K. Do you have further questions? Please give me a call or email back if you'd like to pursue this home. Jill Spiker, Realteam, 208-819-1715, ... more
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Tue Apr 5, 2011
Pam Jank answered:
Tina, This is Pam again. I was just now able to find them. So your agent shouldn't have a problem..
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Sun Jan 17, 2010
Marla McWilliams-Lopez answered:
Why is this question still here from September of 2007?

With that said, in answer to the question, any local Realtor (myself included) would be happy to send you stats on SOLD houses in Rathdrum.....

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Sat Jan 16, 2010
Kristin Laurandeau answered:
Marla has a very good point, if the Notice of Default has been filed you want to know that date, have your agent find out for you, if there is a Notice of Default filed against the property, have the agent find out the auction date slated for the property..have your agent contact the listing agent about..your agent can find out if the listing agent has contacted the lender about possible extending the date of the auction...lenders can do that if they have filed the Notice of Default..from what I've seen the lenders would rather try and remedy through a short sale rather than go through the entire process of the foreclosure...they may be receptive to an extension of the auction date.
Like I stated in my earlier answer, I have had a short sale with an offer from September of last year, and finally getting some action on it from the lender, but the lender agent has also told me that they have some short sales on there desk since July of last year...yours from October isn't that out of the ordinary.
I did a lot of calling, got the email address of the negotiator, faxed-emailed-called A LOT.
Not that its a sure-fire way to get some remedy on the short sale, but it worked for me so far!
From what you've said about the phases, you may be in risk of losing the tax credit..your going to have to weigh what you gain from waiting on this home, compared to walking away and finding another property without a lot of paperwork "baggage" attached to it. This is your call.
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