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Tue Oct 14, 2014
Susie Kay answered:
That depends on the loan that you are obtaining. You can obtain FHA loan for 3.5% down or if you choose to purchase a home in a certain area approved for USDA loan then you put 0 down.


Have you found a lender who can help you? If not, give me a call at 469-371-2899 and I can connect you with one or two lenders.

Susie Kay
Realtor & Certified Stager
United Real Estate
469-371-2899
www.dfwdreamhomes.net
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Thu Jul 26, 2012
Hunt Holdridge answered:
Did you want to see homes that are comparable?

Better deals are available.

Cheers!
Hunt

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Hunt Holdridge
HUNTAHOME, LLC
Office: (214) 866-0050
Mobile: (214) 457-1639
Email: hunt@huntahome.com
Web: www.HUNTAHOME.com
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Sat Jun 19, 2010
T.E. & Naima Sumner answered:
Another factor for you to consider is that properties that are cheap are usually not listed in MLS.

The owner figures that his $200 commission money would be better spent on other things than on getting it advertised and leased. So, when you're looking for low-priced rentals, you should expect only a small fraction of them to be listed in MLS. The majority will be the owner's sign on the lot.

If a property is listed in MLS for a poor area, it usually has been upgraded including alarm system and security, and the price reflects improvements.

Bear in mind that owners always put the highest price they think they can get for something, not the lowest. If you bargain with someone you don't start with your lowest price to sell to them -- you'll only go lower. This means some properties in MLS are overpriced and negotiation is expected.
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