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Sun Apr 15, 2012
answered:
It's NOT hard.
You must be asking the wrong people.

I know a good realtor in the area that I have worked with on sever deals.
Let me know if you need me to refer you.

Good luck


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Sat Apr 14, 2012
Mary Walker answered:
I am a Realtor and a property manager and would like to help you. I have been in Real Estate in Houston for 42 years with 2 years in Austin during the oil bust here. Now that was a nightmare. All the properties that went down came back again. As long as your rent is close to covering your payment then you should hang on. Ask the person that you bank with what they offer in mortgages or call the mortgage person at Chase Bank and get prequalified and you will know the real answer on how much to spend. Some areas are hot, like Katy, Texas. My accountant asked me how I liked gas at below $2.00 and I said I spent $3.79 yesterday and he said " No Mary , I am talking about natural gas; he said it has never been this low. " I own no land but I own what is under the land and I don't even mow it. There are going to be some bargains. I like Wharton, Texas because my Aunt was the tax assessor there. I don't know beans about Wharton so I can refer you to an agent in our office who lives there.Please contact me at creasymary@yahoo.com. The original question answered is yes you can get another house with a little down. ... more
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Tue Sep 7, 2010
Faith Floyd answered:
Good morning Patsy,

We agree with both John and Ashley's answer. You have to get all the information needed to make the best decision for you. How much have you put into the house? How much do you owe? How much are homes selling for in your neighborhood?

I live in Richmond and the value has dropped a little bit but new home sales are readjusting what was initially lost. You just have to get all the facts first before making the decision. Keep in mind if you rent all the responsibilities that come alone with the house are still your's to maintain.

Faith

Contact an agent to find out.

WWW.BUYWITHFAITH.COM
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