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Thu Apr 16, 2015
Tiffanybradshaw77 asked:
I need to find a 4 bedroom house asap in Suffolk,va and its neen hard trying to find one. I've tried looking in the list they provide and also by myself. Could someone please help me?
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Mon Jan 28, 2013
Robert H. Ashburner, Jr. answered:
You may want to search for help with affordability by reaching out to lenders on the www.vhda.com website that know about down payment and closing cost assistance programs designed to help first time homebuyers in Virginia find affordable financing options. Ask whomever you make contact with if they work with the local housing authorities, have access to funds from the Federal Home Loan Bank system. You may also want to attend a free 6 hour work shop on home buyer education sponsored by VHDA and taught by volunteer industry professionals.

Robert H. Ashburner, Jr.
NMLSR 607856
Monarch Mortgage
2809 South Lynnhaven Road, Suite 200
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Office (757) 390-2235
Cell (757) 652-5851
Fax (757) 390-2335
E-Mail rashburner@monarchmortgage.com
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Sun Aug 12, 2012
Tee Williams answered:
Hello.
I can't find that addr anywhere in the MLS system as showing as ever being listed. Our system maintains info up to 10 years back on rentals and listings.
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Sat Feb 25, 2012
James Davis answered:
The landlord will make that decision. Based on what I have seen in the marketplace, if you have steady income and can at least pay a two months security deposit if needed, you should be able to find a decent place to rent. Landlords have realized that due to current economic conditions, there are some good people who have fallen on hard times through no fault of their own. ... more
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Sun Feb 27, 2011
Cole Haynes answered:
Vivianne,

No, I am not saying these two statements are related equally. I was definitely not saying there is no value in buying a house. Maybe I didn't understand your response.

You see, I was trying to give an example as to how general the response "there is NO value in rent to own" was. My point was that there are many people who use a rent to own with success. The problem is MOST buyers lack the knowledge to use a rent to own successfully and end up getting screwed out of thousands of dollars.

Without a doubt there is value to purchasing a house. Many people have lost money over the last few years in Real Estate. But it would be inaccurate to give the advice "there is no value in buying a house."

An option agreement is one of the most powerful techniques in Real Estate.
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