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Mon Jan 15, 2018
Kathylakritz answered:
Although Trulia replied that you can list your mobile home on Zillow and Trulia, you need to know that these websites are for permanent residential listings only. Realtors and buyers will not be interested in your listing unless the mobile is attached to a permanent foundation.

The best website for mobile homes is http://www.mhvillage.com (manufactured homes village dot com). This website is exclusive for mobile and manufactured homes only both for parks and non park homes.
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Mon May 23, 2016
Nicole Fedorchek answered:
Depending on the size, location, garage/no garage, bathroom count, it could be anywhere from $1600 on the low end, to over $2500 on the high end.

To give you a true rental value, I would need a few more details, such as those listed above! I am happy to assist you- just reach out to me directly!

Nicole Fedorchek, Tarbell Realtors
Gold Circle of Excellence
714-914-5097
realtornicolef@gmail.com
DRE 01920370
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Thu Nov 21, 2013
Chae "Jake" Kim answered:
HI Freddie,

Credit, type of home you are buying (single family home, condo, town home...) can and will effect the pricing (rate) of the loan.
I will need more details but below are general information for now.

The loan amount of $396,000 (10% down on purchase price of $440,000), the monthly payment is around $1,919.21 (principal and interest) + $458.33 (property tax estimated) + $65 (home insurance estimated) + $123 (PMI (private mortgage insurance) payment due to less than 20% down payment = $2,565.54. This is based on excellent credit on a conventional loan for single family home.

The FHA loan MI payment and length that you have to pay the MI has increased this year and the payment is much higher compare to the conventional loan. You have to pay the MI for 11 years on 10% down, 30 year loan on FHA loan compare to 5 years on a conventional loan.

Depending your credit and cirucmstances, there might not be an option but to go with a FHA loan. However, if you can qualify under the conventional loan, chances are it will benefit you much more.

Please call or email me and I will gladly explain and give you the both options and payment.

Chae "Jake" Kim
Mortgage Loan Consultant NMLS #346847
Kinecta Federal Credit Union
714-679-3710
ckim@kinecta.org
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Thu Dec 22, 2011
Greg Copland answered:
Hi Tawnya,
One of the biggest mistakes a real estate agent can make is trying to offer advice on legal or tax issues. You really should contact a good real estate attorney in regards to your situation.
Best of luck and sorry for your circumstance.
Happy Holidays,
Greg
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Fri Feb 6, 2009
Jeremy Lehman answered:
Hi Priscilla, there are some condo's in Garden Grove that start at $130,000. I've shown a few of them over the past couple of weeks. Go to http://orc.listingbook.com and you can search set up your own search.

Jeremy Lehman
Century 21
Jeremy@LehmanHomes.net
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