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Sun Sep 8, 2013
David Pautler answered:
At this price it is a nice buy however have not been in it yet.

The home is still on the market it is a short sale. The P.O.A. Property Owners Association annual Fee is only $975.00. What are you looking for in a community in Bluffton ?

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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Andrew Fox answered:
No maam i wouldnt worry about finding an agent that specializes in them. As long as your agent is familiar with the process involved you should be ok. More important is finding an agent that you like and get along with since the process can sometimes be a long. I enjoy foreclosures when it is a cash or conventional buyer.

Andrew Fox
Coldwell Banker
931-302-2241
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Sat Apr 13, 2013
Daniel Schwartzman answered:
Hi Billi,

Please email me at dschwartzman@cbpref.com so we could talk more in detail. I want to see how I can help you find your next home. I assume that you are looking to buy rather than rent. In order to get a loan from a lender you would have to talk to a mortgage adviser, and I can certainly refer you to some good ones. After and if you get approved we can then start the process of looking for a home for you.
Please email me at the above address so we can get started.

Have a great day!

Daniel
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Sat Apr 13, 2013
Billi S Hunter asked:
Due to the housing crisis, and after waiting for a turn around for quite some ti ... my home via a short sale in December of 2012. This caused an unfortunate drop in what was a decent ...
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Tue Jun 18, 2013
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Do you have continuous employment?

Banks won't approve you for a mortgage without proving stability of employment and income.
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Mon Jul 1, 2013
SERGEY FEDNOV *** 424-777-9377 answered:
It is possible to obtain financing with your figures and there are properties in your price range, however you must be ready (pre-approved and have money ready).

Also you must be ready to be agressive & able to execute quickly as most of the properties in this price range sells very quickly and usually have multiple offers.

Hope this info will help you!



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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Denny Hebibovich answered:
Hi talon.shelley, just responded to you a minnute ago... feel free to contact me directly below.

DENNY HEBIBOVICH - REALTOR
REALTY ONE GROUP, INC.
CELL: 702-241-6110
EMAIL: Denny@PropertiesofLasVegas.com
WEB: www.PropertiesofLasVegas.com
WEB: http://awp208099.las.mlxchange.com
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Denny Hebibovich answered:
Hi talon.shelley, give me call so we can talk... have a lender that most likely could work out for you...
My contact info is below.
Warmest regards,

DENNY HEBIBOVICH - REALTOR
REALTY ONE GROUP, INC.
CELL: 702-241-6110
EMAIL: Denny@PropertiesofLasVegas.com
WEB: www.PropertiesofLasVegas.com
WEB: http://awp208099.las.mlxchange.com
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Thu Jun 25, 2015
Elena Talis answered:
http://www.trulia.com/blog/PaloAltoRealtor/2012/06/how_to_be_a_buyer_in_a_seller_s_market

Still relevant.
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Fri Aug 2, 2013
Hector Gastelum answered:
Of course they do, First time buyers have a good chance if they have the right REALTOR and said REALTOR having the right offer and relationship. A serious buyer has to have all its ducks in a row:
-Letter of approval from the lender
-Proof of funds
-DU Results, Credit Report

Hector R. Gastelum
Realty Executives Dillon
REALTOR #01382940
hectorgastelum@yahoo.com
619-954-2225
efax 619-270-2516
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Thu May 9, 2013
Len Cornacchia answered:
For Sale By Owner, or FSBO's as we call them, in truth have the odds against them. Before you decide to do this, research how FSBO's fare on average vs. folks who list their homes with an agent. The National Association of Realtors reports that FSBO's get on avg about 15% less than owners who list.

If you do decide to go it alone, you need to figure out how to get in front of buyers, which listing with an agent who puts your home on the MLS achieves. You might be able to do this privately, and or pay for putting your home on Trulia, Zillo and Realtor.com, but you will soon see how expensive this can be and you may start to appreciate the value of a good realtor, who both absorbs these costs and markets your home, and makes sure that potential buyers are qualified to pay for your home.

Be prepared, you will get a lot less traffic than if you list with an agent, and 90% of people who start out trying to sell on their own list with an agent within a few short months.

Save yourself the trouble and find an agent you feel comfortable with and hire thiem.
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Sun Jun 9, 2013
Vincent Paige, P.A . answered:
Look at this chart, it will tell you when.

Typically 3 years on foreclosure, 2 years on a short sale...

http://www.trulia.com/blog/vincentpaige/2013/01/how_long_must_i_wait_after_a_short_sale_or_foreclosure


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Certified Broker Price Opinion Registered Agent (BPOR)
8934 Conroy Windermere Road | Orlando, FL 32835
Direct: 407.256.8190 | Fax: 407.264.8073
E-mail: vpaige1@yahoo.com
www.thepremiumproperties.com
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Sat Apr 13, 2013
John Bourassa answered:
It depends. You need to consult with a mortgage a mortgage broker or a mortgage banker.
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Fri Apr 12, 2013
Tamika Moulden answered:
Yes Selena, how may I help you?
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Fri Sep 12, 2014
Laurie answered:
we are looking for someone to assume are va loan. are house is in a really nice neighborhood in portsmouth (churchland area) in order for you to assume the va loan you have to be able to get a va loan which means you have to be military or past military...
are loan is through nfcu and they would do a credit check and income check on you.. if you check out ok then you would only need 1345 out of pocket to get the house under your name!!!!
payment on house is 1209 a month and that is tax and insurance included!!!! you would get a awesome rate of 3.375! it is a 30yr fixed rate. you would have to have the house as your primary residence!
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Sat Apr 13, 2013
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I am a lender but can provide some names of Baltimore Realtors if you would like to test out a few.When the times comes for a loan please let me know if I can be of assistance.

Thanks,

Brent Mendelson
Senior Loan Officer
1ST Mariner Mortgage
O-240-235-5314
C-301-412-0259
F-240-235-8236
Bmendelson@1stMarinerbank.com
Lending in all 50 states
nmls#111407
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Tue Jun 25, 2013
BParker, CPA* answered:
Hi Reva:

Are you asking if there is much shadow inventory out there?

Bill.
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Tue Apr 23, 2013
Georgina Dalton answered:
How much I could afford, duhhh. LOL

All kidding aside, I would start by hiring a professional I have researched and met to establish a directed working relationship with. Buyer's have a right to be picky and deserve only the quality of professional they seek out. If you found your agent simply because they had a pulse and a key to the front door, then you get what you asked for.

Make sure you are asking your agent "what are you going to do for me if I make the commitment to hire you"? Most will not have a well thought out answer, because the average buyer does not know what to ask or what they deserve. Kind of like, you would not know to order a filet mignon if you only had hamburger.

Location, Environment, Lifestyle, Commute, Size, Features... these are all things that the buyer can figure out based on what they want. All of these items change periodically and can explain why you no longer want a house. But to protect yourself legally and elevate your experience at no additional money, hire an extraordinary Realtor.

http://www.trulia.com/profile/GeorginaDalton/#__rec see what others are saying about me.
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Alicia Chmielewski answered:
The tenant has the same ability to purchase as any investor; the process for a tenant wouldn't be different than a traditional short sale/foreclosure.
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