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Sun Aug 13, 2017
Guacodans asked:
Any TX lenders willing to accept Trustee signing the refinancing paperwork and not transfer the house out of the trust. ?
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Mon Apr 24, 2017
Yvette D. Everett asked:
Mon Jul 1, 2013
Charley Caporina answered:
I doubt you can. Your next objective should be shorten the time it takes to correct your transcript, searching for mortgage companies to omit it? I highly doubt you will find one.

I am not giving tax advise but my customer would manually hand the to the addendum to the IRS at their office, get a receipt,. Make a copy for yourself exactly what you gave them. It's not real fast cure but can shorten the wait

If you got a large purchase with enough down I might be able to work this from a local investor/banks but nothing is better priced than a regular conventional loan that requires the transcript. Frank wants to look at your whole scenario and he's right and I see Nazario knows all to well. There are a lot of things that can halt a mortgage loan from moving forward. A transcript is just one of them. Let he or me see your whole situation in as many details as we can see.

One last thing for anybody reading this, If you got a mortgage broker (a real experienced broker, not a local clerk at a bank) Tell your mortgage broker what you think are the harder parts of your file. Knowing the harder parts can tell that broker what underwriter or investor will best fit your loan application. Once I know credit, income and scores, then the worst part of your loan file is what I want to know next.
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Sun May 26, 2013
Maria Batista answered:
This is a question for your attorney, but is there a difference in the number you guys agreed to after negotiating the home inspection issues and the number that's on the addendum?
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Sun May 26, 2013
Darby Grimmett answered:

I agree with the other agents that are saying you definitely have to weigh the cost vs. the return you will get on the investment of installing the granite. You would not want to over improve your property so that it is the top of the market in your area. However, with that said, granite is a wise move in upgrading your home in 77381. I, too, live in this are and my husband is a local residential appraiser.

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Wed Jul 25, 2012
Newhomeintx asked:
Lenders Inspection Fee
VA Funding Fee
Mortgagee Title Policy
Termite Inspection Fee
Final Survey as ordered by Seller
All Misc. Closing Costs
Recording Fees
Attorney Fees
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Thu Mar 8, 2012
Courtney Hardgrave answered:
It's not impossible! You will need to contact a mortgage consultant so they can help you determine what your best options are. If you would like recommendations for a good mortgage rep in our area, I can give you the names & info of some that my previous clients have had great experiences with. Just message me! Good luck! ... more
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Thu Apr 29, 2010
Livenlearn answered:
According to this link, they would go to College Park High School. It is nearly impossible to get the school district to transfer a student to a different school, according to what I have heard. ... more
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Fri May 30, 2008
Bruce Lynn answered:
There are a few great resources around. I think it is best to contact your Community Resource Officer or CRO at the police department. Just call the main non-emergency number and ask to be connected to the CRO. They’re normally very aware of the good and bad areas of the area and can normally give you local statistics. You can also check out which provides stats based on the FBI uniform crime reports. You might also visit the FBI stats site at Another place to checkout is . Hope this is of you to you. ... more
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Wed Jan 23, 2008
Travis Foote answered:
Hi Ray,
Just about any Realtor has access to REO, Foreclosures, etc since they are listed on our MLS system. Not all Realtors have the experience to close this type of deal. I am an investor, own numerous properties, manage numerous properties for out of town investors (mostly California), and work only with Investors. If you are looking for someone who understands your needs, give me a call.

Here is my website:
Our property management site is here:

Travis Foote
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