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Tue Jul 30, 2013
Pat & Steve Pribisko answered:
No one can predict how much housing prices will increase. I suggest that you meet with a Buyer's Agent to discuss the current housing market in the city or cities your are interested in and ask for numbers of homes sold last month and a year ago from this time and the price the homes sold for last month and a year ago from this time. ... more
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Mon Jun 15, 2015
Mary Mottola answered:
I would be happy to assist you. I am an agent with Weichert Realtors in the area. You may contact me at 732-859-5600. Mary
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
jan detomaso answered:
Hi Gayle, You really need to talk to either a loan officer at your bank or a mortgage broker. There are a lot of different things that impact what type of loan is the best for you. I am a real estate agent and while you may want to use your VA again that may not be the wisest choice. Our market is very competitive right now and a VA loan has a lot more requirements for whatever home you are purchasing. A lot of sellers do not want to do the extra things that might be required of that type of loan. Your best bet is get pre-qualified and then start looking for your home. If you are not currently working with an agent, I would be happy to help you. Please feel free to give me a call ....661-431-4194 and my name is Jan ... more
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Fri Feb 22, 2013
Jamie Tian answered:

You should contact any bank or mortgage broker to get pre-approved for a loan so you can see how much you can afford.

After that, you should contact a real estate agent to help you find the homes that are currently available. I would be happy to refer to you a few good mortgage brokers and also help you start searching for your second home!

Please feel free to contact me at (310) 717-1321 or with any questions or concerns.

Best Regards,

Jamie Tian
Rodeo Realty
(310) 717-1321
DRE #01920120
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Sun Oct 6, 2013
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Dear Paid,
You can go to your bank, and ask to speak to the loan officers there. That might be the easiest since access to your accounts will be available. You need to provide all your financial information( W-2's, check stubs etc) and based upon your income and debt, a mortgage amount will be determined for you.
Take your loan Pre-Approval and meet with the local Realtors and begin working with a good Buyer Agent.
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Mon Feb 18, 2013
Jory Blake answered:
Hello George and Dorothy,
Here are a few gated communities in Rancho Cucamonga. Some of these tract are newer, some older.
Some are specific senior communities. I've separated them by tract number. Please email me if you would like actual active listings sent to you. I can also handle the sale of your current residence if needed and coordinate everything:



Jory Blake
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Wed Feb 1, 2017
Alan May answered:
I'm not sure what your regional trades and customs are... maybe someone from Tampa will chime in.

It would appear, that if you never agreed to pay $350.00 to Coldwell Banker, and you don't sign the document they're putting in front of you now... there's just now way they can compell you to pay it, since it was never agreed to prior to the purchase.

Since you have a buyer's agent... ask him/her to step in and clarify for you.
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Sat May 11, 2013
Bernard Gibbons answered:
You sound well-qualified. Shoot me an email and I will refer you to a great mortgage specialist who can help you.

Bernard Gibbons
J Rockcliff Realtors
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Mon Mar 11, 2013
Brad Yzermans answered:
Have you compared using an FHA VS. a Conventional loan with 5% down payment and no monthly paid mortgage insurance?
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Sun Mar 17, 2013
Randy Elliott answered:
Hello Ungel,

YES! I'm 99.999 % sure that it's a rental fraud. That very same verbiage has been used in many situations that I know for a fact have turned out to be fraudulent. BEWARE!

If you do proceed in any way, be sure and do NOT send them any money at all until you have fully investigated everything possible to the validity of the deal.

I'll be happy to assist if there's anything I can check on for you.

Good luck!

(209) 339-9000
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Sun Oct 20, 2013
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
I don't believe there is down payment assistance for a 203k loan. I just researched this yesterday and could not find any programs that were available for 203k loans. I actually hope that a loan officer will respond to your question with more positive news. I like to be proven wrong from time to time, especially when it could help one of my buyers. ... more
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Sat Feb 16, 2013
Cindy Davis answered:
There are other things that play a factor in whether you qualify such as your income and how much debt you have. No one on a general website can tell you whether yes you qualify or not you can't.

You need to go to a local mortgage broker in your community, complete the application, provide them certain documents, and then the lender will discuss your options with you.

There are general guidelines sure, but each case is ultimately decided on an individual basis.

Good luck.
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Sat Mar 2, 2013
Peter Whittet answered:
Yes or very close to your VA loan can be used. I work w a VA loan specialist and we manager properties. Make some extra cash while deployed, that's make that happen for you call or text, I'm in FB also... ... more
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Mon Mar 18, 2013
Norman Alessandrini answered:
Hi, well the first thing to do is get with a realtor who works your area of interst.( I'm sure lots of realtors will answer your questions). At the same time get a pre-approval letter from your bank or if you don't have a lender I can recomend one. Go over with your realtor what you need and want and we can set up searchs for you to see whats available. Next go out with your realtor and vist some of these homes to get an realistic idea of what your money will purchase, you can also visit open houses on your own if you want. That will be a good start.
If you would like some assistance feel free to contact me and I will answer any questions that I can.
At your service,
Certified Distressed Property Expert
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
John Juarez answered:
Input on loans: you need to talk to an experienced loan professional and get fully approved for the mortgage that best suits you. Much more personal information is needed which is not appropriate to disclose on this public website. That is why you should talk to a mortgage professional who can give your answers that are tailored to your specific situation. I would be happy to make a recommendation if that is what you desire.

Housing trend: that is a very broad question. You have posted your inquiry in regard to San Ramon. That is a very popular and desirable community. It offers a variety of housing of different styles and ages. San Ramon offers excellent schools. It is likely that you can find what you want in San Ramon in the price range that you outlined. I would be happy to help you.
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Fri Feb 8, 2013
Jory Blake answered:
About 7K per month on an FHA loan...PITI payment of around $2900.00
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Sat May 18, 2013
Jory Blake answered:
Yes Jetsetter, with cash.

If you are obtaining financing, they will want to see either the final divorce decree (Final papers) or Ive heard circumstances where the divorcing spouse "signs off" on your new loan.

Your lender is best to answer this question policy varies.

Jory Blake
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Mon Jun 16, 2014
Miekeba Jones answered:
Hi Lone, Its OK to consider listings that have a contract on them. Its not sold until its sold. It is less likely that you will secure a home that is under contract than one that is active. Maybe you could keep an eye out for houses under contract in case they fall through, you will be the first to react. Generally I show homes that are active. Homes that are under contract are sometimes used to show research of the area and how much homes are proposed to sell for. ... more
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Joe Van Fossen answered:
Hi Rebecca,

Good luck with your out of state sale. Here's a list of the homes currently on the market in HB:

I'd be happy to show you some properties when you're ready to buy.
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Jawad Fawaz answered:

There are specific properties of what you are looking for in the city of Arcadia. You would need to start looking and getting educated about your first time buy.

Please contact me directly if you would like to be assisted in this matter.

Jawad Fawaz
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