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Home Buying in Springfield Gardens : Real Estate Advice

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AF Farha, Real Estate Pro in Wichita, KS
Sat Feb 28, 2015
AF Farha answered:
You need to discuss with your banker. Only your lender could tell you if and for how much you are qualified to buy.
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De Vonte Wil…, Real Estate Pro in East Point, GA
Sun Dec 14, 2014
De Vonte Williamson answered:
It depends on what you are looking for. I know the area well, and have family within the immediate area. Prices range and it ultimately depends what you're looking for.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for more information, or for market information in the area.

De Vonte Williamson
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty
Cell: 631.384.3695

"I Stand Behind Getting You Results!
Your Trusted Real Estate Professional for Life!"
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Abdul Nasher,  in Queens, NY
Mon Feb 18, 2013
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Christopher…, Real Estate Pro in Garden City, NY
Wed May 2, 2012
Christopher Miceli answered:
Have you been Pre- Approved for a mortgage yet? My name is Chris Miceli and I work for PNC Mortgage. I would be more then happy to qualify your for a mortgage and answer all of your questions. Please call me when you get a chance. Thanks!!

Chris Miceli
Phone: (646)-623-2492
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IOANNIS LAGO…, Real Estate Pro in Astoria, NY
Tue May 1, 2012
there are several great deals out there, one of the first steps is to become prequalified for a new mortgage with a direct lender, give me a call 7182741234
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J Douglas Mo…, Real Estate Pro in Douglaston, NY
Sat Mar 7, 2009
J Douglas Montgomery answered:

If an investor purchases the property and wants you out the will most likely initially try to strong arm you. If you dont move out, the will have to go through the courts and evict you.

In all likelyhood the lending institution will take back the property. You should have contact information on the papers you were served with as a tenent in the house. Contact thier attorneys and ask...... Fannie and Freddie loans have provisions for owners and tenants to stay in the properties, but the guidelines are changing all the time. You can also attend the auction to see who purchases the property.

Best of luck

Douglas Montgomery, Broker
Home NY Corp.
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