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South Delridge : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 29, 2013
Jessica Bateman answered:
You really need to speak to an expert in this field to see which option you are even qualified for. A hard money loan is for investors only, you cannot occupy the property. I would say depending on your credit, income and savings available. Your best bet is to contact The Lenders Network who specializes in all types of loans, has many investors and high risk loans available and cant even refer you to a law firm to improve your credit so you can live in the home while you improve your credit score to buy it from the investor. They have work miracles for clients of mine I thought could never buy a home, now theyr are in the house and close to buying it.

I highly recommend The Lenders Network - www.thelendersnetwork.com

Thanks and good luck!
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Mon Apr 22, 2013
Kary Krismer answered:
Probably government, if you include both state and federal, and the UW.
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Wed Jan 30, 2013
Michael Copeland answered:
Hi Shebee83,

I just looked this property up on the MLS and it appears to have been sold on 1/15/2013. I didn't see a monthly maintenance fee associated with the property.

Are you interested in buying in West Seattle? If you haven't started working with a buyer's agent I would be happy to help you find a property that meets your needs. I am located in West Seattle and could help you if you would like help.

Call or email me if you are interested, and we cant chat. If not, best of luck in your search!

Michael Copeland
425-213-8124
michael@mbcopeland.com
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Tue Jun 10, 2008
barbara mcmahon answered:
You don't indicate if you are planning to buy or sell - or just looking to find out the value of your property.
All of the information is availa ble. How you interpret the information will be key depending on your position in the market. Going back 3 years in this market will likely not provide you substantive information.
Barbara McMahon
Associate Broker
John L. Scott
425 218-0707
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