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Home Buying in Sioux Falls : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 4, 2017
Doug asked:
Everytime I try to search SD it wants me to enter a town/area name. The box below asking for Neighborhood,Zip or City & State are a perfect example, I can't just enter the name…
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Tue Feb 21, 2017
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Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

I can lend down to a 580 credit score for an FHA loan.

I'm available almost 24/7.

If you would like help with this you are welcome to contact me. ... more
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Thu Aug 18, 2016
Valoansfinance.us answered:
A 700 FICO is a good credit score along the credit history is perfect, 30K yearly income. So, you can obtain a better amount of loan for that particular attributes. However, in this regard you know the exact figure of your loan amount whether get assistance of a loan consultancy. ... more
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Sun Mar 6, 2016
Dakotapropertymanagementsd asked:
Sat Jun 27, 2015
Debra_house asked:
I am looking to purchase a home and would need a loan for anywhere from $50,000-$100,00. I am still working on my credit but I need a home I have little money for a down payment. Who do…
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Wed May 6, 2015
Damiangotsgame asked:
I have come into some money and would like to use that to stop paying lot rent and save that money to eventually build a house on that same lot.
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Wed May 6, 2015
garypuntman answered:
You can ask for this, but I don't think the sellers would do it. You might be able to negotiate a different price if you point these things out though. If the wrong year was disclosed, then you will definitely have to look into this more. I hope everything got figured out. http://www.hayesheating.com/furnace-repair/ ... more
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Wed Apr 8, 2015
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
as a for sale by owner, you cannot list on trulia

Only agent listed homes may be posted here

try zillow.com - they allow fsbo's
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Mon Sep 29, 2014
Galia Taneva answered:
You will probably get more attention if you give a few helpful answers, post a blog, etc. instead spamming !
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Tue Sep 2, 2014
Chuck Mauszycki answered:
Slightly different for the buyer, than the seller. But typically in our market Mitchell, SD, the title costs are split 50/50 as well as the closing fee. Then each party has some different, smaller fees from there. We have two title companies in town that perform closings. ... more
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Tue Sep 2, 2014
Chuck Mauszycki answered:
Absolutely. But both will still own the home.
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Sat Dec 14, 2013
Terry Arshem answered:
Give her a call. I'm sure she will give it to you
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Sat Dec 14, 2013
Terry Arshem answered:
No Such street to my knowledge
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Mon May 13, 2013
My NC Homes Team answered:
Most often this is the case, though on rare occasions you can get the bank to make some repairs or renegotiate the deal. However anyone buying a foreclosure should assume that the bank means what they say when they list the property "AS-IS"

Additionally the time you have to inspect a home and decide if in fact it's something you want to buy is very limited, typically 10-14 days and this requires you to be ready to descend on the house with your inspectors the day the contract gets signed and this can be difficult as the sellers of these property lack both communication skills and common courtesy.

I've attached a link below to a much longer piece I've written about buying foreclosures and encourage you or anyone thinking of buying a foreclosure to read it first. As someone who has a lot of experience with foreclosure sales I assure you they are rarely the deal most buyers falsely believe them to be.

I wish you the best of luck.
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Mon Feb 25, 2013
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Thu Feb 21, 2013
Craig Fields answered:
No but your dad can. The loan would have to be in your dads name. You could possibly co sign. But overall your dads name. He would have to have eligibility left over also.

I do the VA foreclosures here locally. Eventually on a VA foreclosure they will have it where you can get a VA loan on their properties no matter who you are. They should have the process up and running in a couple of months. ... more
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