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Mon Sep 10, 2012
Heath Coker answered:
If you have seen a sign or an advertisement, I suggest you call the number and/or talk to the person in charge of the advertisement. They will be able to answer the question. You might be best off just asking if it available to rent. How the rent is paid is another discussion. Sometimes, too much information up front limits your choices.

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Mon Mar 1, 2010
William Patterson answered:
Hi Birdie,
Call you bank right away (the bank that is servicing the loan). You will, probably, be put on hold for a long time but it could be worth it. Now that you have missed 2 payments, the bank will be willing to talk to you about modifying the loan or will just note your account. This might give you more time to make your payments or make your payments more manageable.

The bank may, also, approve a short sale amount. A short sale is, simply, the bank will accept less than it is owed on the mortgage with a sale. This could get you out from under the loan.

I would love to help you if I can. Call the bank right away.

Cheers,
Bill P.
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Tue Dec 22, 2009
Ken Lambert answered:
Hi Alex- There is a semi- downtown area there. It does have a little strip and has some restaurants, etc.
Winthrop is a unique town. There are a lot of people there who have been there forever and their families have been there forever.
Be careful of the noise/ with the planes nearby. Depends on what part of town you live in, and other issues.

If I can be of any help regarding financing or anything else, please let me know. Thanks, and good luck,

Ken L.
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Thu Jul 23, 2009
Kelli Cassidy answered:
Hi Sarah,

You may want to look a little further North, This is a competive price point in the market in your desired area seeing this is where most first time home buyers fall. Newbury, Amesbury, Groveland, Rowley to name a few other towns. If you need a REALTOR to help you navigate through the first time home buying process call or e-mail me, The $8000.00 tax credit is only valid until Nov 30th and it take the average home buyer 6 weeks to find a home a 1 to 1 1/2 months to close the transaction. I'm located on the North Shore, I cna help you avoid looking online, I can sent you up to date listings in your desired towns within your price range to give you a realistic view of the market in your towns
Hear my first time home buyer radio ad on WBZ this Saturday.

Kelli Cassidy
RE/MAX Country Crossroads
978-979-2823
kellicassidy@remax.net
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Tue Jan 29, 2008
Steve Hirschler answered:
Jim,
A good source for mortgage rate is Bankrate.com it is area specific and no log in required. I use this service to help my clients.
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Thu Feb 7, 2008
Jon Ernest answered:
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say they'll go down?
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