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Sun Jul 16, 2017
Dan Leeper answered:
Great question! It's certainly possible to qualify for a new loan in your current situation. Some things to consider would be that you may need to present a letter of employment from your future employer that would indicate your start date. Best place to start would be discussing your needs with a loan officer in the state you are moving to. If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to me. ... more
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Wed Feb 12, 2014
Todd Beals answered:
House values are based on what the market in your neighborhood is bringing within the past 6 months. That is the time line that an appraiser goes back. If you are on a lake lot your house will bring more than the houses in your area that are not on a lake lot. ... more
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Tue Mar 12, 2013
Paul Rosales answered:
You may move out if you wish. However, please know that sometimes a lender will send inspectors to short sale homes to verify occupancy. If the inspector finds a home vacant they may execute the lenders right to secure, manage & even winterize the property. This can lead to a filing of foreclosure or if a foreclosure is already underway it may lead to a foreclosure acceleration. When they secure the property they may have the right to enter the home and remove any personal property they find if it is deemed detrimental to the property. ... more
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