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Sat Sep 16, 2017
Hdh25 asked:
What can I do. I want house but sellers realtor wont give me disclosures on roof. Realtor trying to slow things up. Help ?
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Fri Sep 15, 2017
Hdh25 asked:
Seller realtor not disclosing who did new metal roof. Installed improperly. Not co-operating with me. Dont even cut grass
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Fri Jul 7, 2017
Sophia Anderson asked:
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Tue Apr 25, 2017
Hi Ampalazz,

Yes, we can potentially get you approved for a mortgage while you are in a Ch 13 BK payment plan. You'll need to have made at least 1 year of payments, all on time, and also obtain permission from the trustee (permission from the trustee comes after you are pre-approved). The payments on the Ch 13 BK will be included in your debt to income ratio to determine what you can qualify for. I help people who are in Ch 13's get mortgages quite often, so I'd be happy to help if you'd like.

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Tue Feb 7, 2017
Maricris A answered:

I have emailed you regarding this concern.


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Fri Feb 3, 2017
Brucedailey19 answered:
It wouldn't let me type everything.. I want to dig a new trench to make the flow path around the outside vs through the center of the property so that I can build a house on the property. I would dig a trench fill with bedrock, use that dirt to fill in the old creek so that water would flow around the outside of the property giving the ability to build a house where the old creek sat. (rural area near east china, MI) ... more
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Thu Dec 1, 2016
Emerral asked:
Thu Oct 13, 2016
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Thu Jul 14, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
No. Statistically, you'll usually end up getting less than if you'd just asked market (or slightly below) to begin with. Your approach nearly always means you're going to sit on the market longer than a properly priced property which tends to give the impression there's something wrong with your home. It's harder to get offers this way and when you finally do, it tends to be someone who will low-ball you hoping that after you've sat on the market for weeks/months you'll take what you can get out of desperation.

A below market price can also be a smart move in a competitive market because you can easily start a bidding war.
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Thu Jul 14, 2016
Rene Keith asked:
Wed Mar 16, 2016
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Fri Jan 1, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
First, ignore online valuations. They are inaccurate to the point of being worthless. If she's selling it to you for $19,000 which is the amount she owes, getting a mortgage for this small amount will be difficult. I suggest you talk to a lawyer about ways in which your mom can act as the bank and how you might be able to pay off the rest of her mortgage without obtaining new financing.

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Sat Aug 8, 2015
Debb Marie Vaughn asked:
My mother was the owner and has passed away on April 18th. I was told it would go into foreclosure on July 22. I still shows not for sale. It was a reverse mortgage so by law it should…
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Sat Aug 1, 2015
Diana Hellman answered:
Only real estate professionals can post on Trulia. Try Zillow.
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Fri Jul 10, 2015
James Gostomski answered:
The agent will have to change it for you.
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Sun Jun 7, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
You will need to have the agent who added the listing change it. Most information is from current MLS, old mls and tax cards.
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