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Home Buying in Richton Park : Real Estate Advice

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Suzanne Hami…, Real Estate Pro in Orland Park, IL
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Suzanne Hamilton answered:
$300-350 depending on size, number of furnaces, basement or not, etc. If it is one of the big newer homes in RP, may be up to $400.
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Amy Atkinson, Real Estate Pro in Riverton, UT
Mon Oct 21, 2013
Amy Atkinson answered:
Also, check your local bank or credit union, I have found they are easier to work with for this amount.
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American Pat…, Real Estate Pro in Beecher, IL
Tue Feb 5, 2013
American Patriot Realty, Inc. answered:
Hello again. We are still on standby waiting to help you find and purchase your new home. As stated before, I work with some of the greatest finance and lending institutions of today. We have the most amazing finance and down payment assistance programs available for qualified buyers. Please contact me at 708-699-8945. I am waiting to assist you. Thanks for your time.


Ty Cotton
American Patriot Realty
708-699-8945 cell
708-261-0078 fax
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Ben Coffee,  in Portland, OR
Tue Apr 24, 2012
Ben Coffee answered:
A Deed in Lieu is a "voluntary foreclosure." It allows the bank to take back the house without having to spend the time and money going through the traditional foreclosure route. Both a foreclosure and a Deed in Lieu will effect your credit. Many lenders will offer a Deed in Lieu as an alternative to foreclosure as it saves them a lot of time and money. However, this does not mean that a Deed in Lieu is in the best interest of the home owner. Check with a local real estate attorney about the specific laws in your state. ... more
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Anthony Cava…, Real Estate Pro in Channahon, IL
Sun Aug 14, 2011
Anthony Cavalea answered:
Generally, cash for keys is a program where the bank pays you to leave to avoid a costly and lengthy eviction AFTER they foreclosed on the home, so I'm a little confused by what your situation is. Perhaps you did a friendly foreclosure?

However it was recorded is immaterial in this situation. The big question is how it was reported to the credit bureaus. Talk to a mortgage company and try to get pre-approved. They will be able to tell you what's on your credit report and whether you can buy now or how long it might take to get approved. I put a website below of a lender with whom I work. Give them a call and explain your situation to them.
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