Most sellers do not offer rent to own in any shape or form. Most want to sell and not be landlords and hope you can buy the house, which requires you to get a loan from a bank to do so. If you can't get a loan now, why do you think you can in a year? Do you really understand how rent to own works? They are rare to find because them working out is even more rare. Sellers do want to fool with them.... more
This best answer to no down payment mortgages is for individuals that qualify for VA mortgages. Rural Housing is also an excellent option for homes that qualify and for individuals that meet the income guidelines.... more
Yes. It sold in December 2010 for $103,250. If you would like to see other condo's available in the St. Matthews area, you can call me at 502-418-8319 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send all condos available for sale to your email!
Indeed the prices here in Louisville are affordable, always have been, which is part of the charm.
Being in mid-America, it seems we were never hit to hard by the bubble, and the matter of supply vs. demand applies here to Louisville Metro.
We are expanding however, building new attractions like the new Yum Center Stadium, etc.
We also preserve well-- we have more park land in the country, as well as Victorian Homes and Bungalows, Arts&Crafts etc.
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Hi, I have around 30 homes available for lease option. Some in east Louisville. I also am able to provide owner financing for you: you choose the home, we buy it and lease option it to you. Lease option is not for everyone - there are many pitfalls we would need to discuss. I can be reached at 502-254-9600.... more
Hello. Check out the site below for more information, it may help. If and when you decide to move give me a call. I would love to work with you in finding your dream home, making it as stress free as possible. 502-367-SOLD!
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I'm not sure what the company is at that location, but I'm including a link to a series of credit repair companies that you find in the Yellow Pages, yes they still exist but they are now online. Be very careful about who you work with. Ask for client recommendations and call those recommendations. I know some credit repair companies can be helpful, and I still think talking to a mortgage lender that you trust can help you and go a long way to repairing credit. Here's that link:http://www.yellowpages.com/louisville-ky/credit-repair-service.
Call me if you need me, Bob Sokoler, wesellLouisville.com, 502-376-5483... more
hopefully your agent will preview the property for you and take pictures/video. Ideally, maybe get you on skype or facetime so you can "see' it together.
To arrange a site visit, set an appointment, book your flight and hotel and come see it.... more
PMI is based on the purchase price of $400,000. If it is worth more you made a good buy. If your are using conventional financing you may be able to remove PMI in a couple of years with a new appraisal.... more
There is no lender that I know locally that will do a jumbo loan with less than 20 % down. Secondly, if you do a short sale on the home in Florida, most lenders will consider that a foreclosure and make you wait anywhere from 3 to 7 years before you can do a secondary market loan. I. E. I Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, VA, USDA etc... more
You can expect to see an endless range of evaluations from different people over the next two years. Some people might say housing should go down, and some up. It's impossible to say what the percentage change each evaluation would be.
It's my evaluation that the primary markets along the coastal cities will continue to lead the rebound with another 10-20% of gains over the next two years. Much of that is driven by foreign interest and monetary stimulus. As we go into secondary and tertiary markets or just away from the coasts, I see gains being more subdued, probably in the 0-10% range as interest drops in those properties and fewer buyers can qualify for loans to take advantage of the stimulus.
Of course, there are always going to be pockets that jump far away from that range. Just watch any oil or coal producing area.... more
It depends on the type of loan you are going to use and the length of time on his BK, I am in the office most of the day if you need this answered in detail, my direct line is 753-4127, good luck,
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