So in short, if you are a homeowner, in an HOA neighborhood, always, always, always, pay the ***extortion racket*** that is the HOA, because they can and will at any time come and take your home. :)... more
You might be able to get a loan with a 580 credit score, but you should wait until your score is around 640 before you try to buy a home. Interest rates are based on a lender's risk. The higher the risk to the lender, the higher the cost to the borrower. Get your credit score up to about 640 before you try to buy a home.
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If the person isn't paying their HOA dues...then the HOA can file a lien on the property, and then eventually foreclose on it, depending on your state's due process requirements. As far as "How to do that?" -- you'd need to hire an attorney.
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There is no quick method in determining this as it depends on many factors. You have to compare the home being built with the similar ones sold in that particular neighborhood recently. You may see a difference in price per square foot if one home has some extra features, even if they are right next door. If one home has a pool for example, then the price per square ft. may be higher than one without. Avg. price per sq. ft. is determined when you compare similar properties in a close proximity to one another. This is when it is most useful to have a real estate agent assist you in conducting a market analysis.
i looked at your house on zillow. nothing drew me to the house at all. looks like an office atmosphere. paint those walls a neutral tan or kahaki to make it feel warmer. you have white walls and tile floors. too sterile... more