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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Wed Dec 3, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
If you do not have the cash to pay off the balance after a sale, a short sale may be best. You should start by hiring a local and experienced listing agent who can help you obtain the value of your home to see what is owed after obtaining your payoff. They can assist whether a short sale is for you. ... more
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SERGEY FEDNOV…, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
Mon Jul 1, 2013
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Carol Bauza, Real Estate Pro in Orlando, FL
Fri Apr 5, 2013
Carol Bauza answered:
Thanks for turning to Trulia for your real estate questions....

I can only answer for myself but I have covered all of the areas you mentioned and then some.
Your search will depend on the location, size, and amount you can spend. So before you do that you should contact a lender to get a pre-approval.

If you need a lender or just have more questions, please feel free to contact me.

Carol Bauza
Charles Rutenberg Realty
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Robert Mitch…, Real Estate Pro in Mesa, AZ
Thu May 23, 2013
Robert Mitchell answered:
With a USDA loan there are some options for you. We would have to negotiate to have the seller pay for your closing costs. The area that is covered by a USDA loan are restricted so you would have to buy in those specific areas. ... more
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Bill J Delig…, Real Estate Pro in Naperville, IL
Sat Apr 6, 2013
Bill J Deligiannis answered:
You can refinance to a lower rate or sell your home in order to allow you to purchase a new one.

Every deal is different - feel free to contact a lender so you can get accurate info pertinent to your specific needs.

Contact me should you need any help.
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Kevin Monette, Real Estate Pro in Virginia Beach, VA
Sat Apr 20, 2013
Kevin Monette answered:
Yes you can! My attorney uses a notary even a couple of cities over from Virginia Beach, so it is not a problem at all.
In this area we have a heavy rotation of Military and business people, so we are used to buyers and even sellers, that are out of town. As Real Estate Agent's we even have a new system to email contracts and have clients digitally sign docuements.
So let me know what you need and I will put you in contact with the Closing Attorney that I use. Thanks for the question.

Kevin Monette, REALTOR®, ABR®, SFR®
2012 Circle of Excellence Winner
ABR® = Accredited Buyer’s Representative Designation
SFR® = Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource Certification
William E. Wood At The Mall
Cell # 757-735-2628
Fax # 757-473-0187
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Daniel Di Ma…, Real Estate Pro in Chula Vista, CA
Thu Jul 25, 2013
Daniel Di Matteo answered:
I'd be more than happy to help.

Daniel Di Matteo
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Lester S.  , Real Estate Pro in
Sun Jul 28, 2013
Lester S. answered:
Hi Matt, there are always multiple factors that you need to have reviewed THOROUGHLY by a good mortgage broker to see if you can qualify through conventional/FHA means or possibly through private/portfolio financing (at higher cost). The first question I would ask is when was your bankruptcy discharged? Generally, conventional/FHA financing options require a minimum 2 year wait period after discharge (even though the bankruptcy will appear on the report for much longer). Contact me if you want a good mortgage broker to talk to.


Lester S.
"Lester the Lister"
RE/MAX 1st
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stephen webb…, Real Estate Pro in Kirkland, WA
Mon Aug 26, 2013
stephen webber answered:
Hey New Casa

USDA is zero down, VA zero down and many states officer assistance and grants to help with the down payment required by FHA and conventional loans.
Suggestion for you; gather up all the information you can and than find yourself an experienced ethincal loan officer who works for a lender that offers all of the loan types.
You will find an artilce on no money down loans at and an artilce, Consultation Interviewing Loan Officers. Also be sure to read about the MCC tax credit.You will also find a link to your states grants and assistance.
After you have gathered all of your information you will find loan officers and real estate agents in your area on Trulia offering their services. A very good source.
Best of Luck, Stephen
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Gene Neal, Other/Just Looking in New York, NY
Fri Sep 27, 2013
Gene Neal answered:
Are you putting down 20%? Are you willing to repair the property? It depends on your risk tolerance. Some deals are available however the property may need massive work.
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KK German, Real Estate Pro in Virginia Beach, VA
Sat May 11, 2013
KK German answered:
Hi Amanda,

Almost 100% of the time it's better to have your own agent. It does not cost you, the buyer, to have your own agent. If I am working for a buyer I seek my compensation from the seller, which is normal.

That said, she should have kept your number and contacted you, so truly she did drop the ball and there is nothing more you could have or should have done, except to perhaps get her number and call ever so often to drive home your interest.

Contact me if you're looking for the perfect agent. :)

Best of luck! KK German, Wainwright Real Estate, 757-714-2335
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Anna M Brocco, Real Estate Pro in Williston Park, NY
Mon Apr 8, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
One can ask what marketing strategies will be implemented; what plans will be put in place to coordinate meetings with buyers; what feedback (communication) can you expect and with what frequency; will data be supplied to help establish a fair and marketable asking price; will buyers be pre-screened and required to have mortgage pre-approvals when submitting offers; what other services does the agency offer, if any, etc. ... more
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Andrew Smith, Real Estate Pro in Addison, TX
Sat Nov 9, 2013
Andrew Smith answered:
I know of a house for sale in Dallas which qualifies for the MAP program, if you would like more information on that please contact me by phone or email

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Deborah Madey, Real Estate Pro in Brick, NJ
Sat Jul 6, 2013
Deborah Madey answered:
A property that is included in a public information database and identified is the subject of a legal proceeding, with a lis pendens filed. Because there is a legal proceeding, does not mean that the property is for sale. The amount that you see listed is the amount in identified in the legal proceeding. Many properties which have lis pendens filed will not be sold at this time. In many instances, the property owners will resolve the legal issue and retain the property. If it going to be offered for sale, the amount of the lis pendens does not reflect the price at which a property will be sold.

If a property has been foreclosed upon and ordered for sale by the sheriff at auction, the price listed is the opening price. It may be bid up from there.
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Tony Grech, Real Estate Pro in Southfield, MI
Tue Jan 14, 2014
Tony Grech answered:
Those scores are pretty good, but that is a serious derogatory credit item.

Physician loans are portfolio programs, so the lender is free to implement their own underwriting guidelines, but this also means they can probably make a judgment call on things.

If the rest of your credit otherwise is good and you can provide a good explanation then hopefully this will be OK.

If not then you may have to go FHA. It's 3.5% down and you'll probably have to wait until he starts working. But it's an option nonetheless.

If it doesnt work then try another lender who offers a physicians loan before you give up and go FHA.

Best of luck!
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Alan Martin, Real Estate Pro in Orlando, FL
Thu May 2, 2013
Alan Martin answered:
Yes there are
Please text your e mail address to 407 832 4888 and I wiull send you a list
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Suzanne MacD…, Real Estate Pro in Morristown, NJ
Tue May 7, 2013
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
If you have cash, you can buy anything you want! The foreclosure only means you would have to wait two or so years if you wanted to get a mortgage. Talk to your Human Resources manager and find out if you can borrow the money from your 401K., I know it can be done for a down payment, I would think the rules would be the same if you want to use it for an out right purchase of real estate, but check with HR to be sure. ... more
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Dan Pennywell, Real Estate Pro in Avondale Estates, GA
Wed Apr 3, 2013
Dan Pennywell answered:
Please feel free to call me or email me about East Lake, Kirkwood, I lived there for 30 yrs
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James Sanchez, Real Estate Pro in Burbank, CA
Wed Dec 14, 2016
James Sanchez answered:
I don't know if you willl get the answer you are looking for since we are not aloud to degrade or talk bad about an other real estate company or an other agent. I would say use google and search for your answer. ... more
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Deborah Bair, Home Buyer in Sanford, NC
Fri Mar 29, 2013
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