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Rob Weber, Real Estate Pro in Plainfield, IL
Rob Weber answered:
Financing for renovation

This is pretty straight forward. The condition of the home now is a moot point, the appraiser is going to be appraising based on the improvements you'll make to the home.

As ... more
1 vote Share Flag Tue Apr 29, 2014 Financing in Scranton
Shane Milne, Real Estate Pro in South Jordan, UT
Shane Milne answered:
My husband and I are trying to purchase a home for 40000. His middle score is 580, highest is 605. Is there any hope for a loan even with 10000 down?
Hi Stacey, I read your question back in December of 2010 which said your husband had a 603 score, and now it's at 580. Did a delinquent account pop up or something new happen? Di ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jul 29, 2011 Financing in Scranton
Diane,  in Scranton, PA
Diane answered:
I qualify for a PHFA loan can I get the tax credit from the IRS
As long as you are a first time homebuyer you qualify for the $8,000 tax credit. The PHFA loan will give you up to $5,000 which is interest free for the first year. When you file your ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jul 23, 2009 Financing in 18508
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