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Home Buying in 43224 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Apr 7, 2013
Molly Hay - Mosley, CDPE,CNE, MIP, SFR answered:
It always does on the weekend or holidays. The HUD office is closed and unable to accept bids. Your agent will know tomorrow if you we're the highest bidder.
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Thu Apr 11, 2013
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi there, you can get started on your home search here:

http://www.trulia.com/for_rent/43204_zip/

Hope this helps,
Ali, Community Manager
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Mon Jan 27, 2014
Charles Lyles answered:
Hello Teresa,

I would be happy to show you the home listed on Courtland ave. Just contact me and I will schedule a time of your convenience to see it.

Here is the information about the property. Charming 2-Story Close to High by Krogers! Covered Front Porch,Side Yard & Big Deck for Sun&Sitting Outside in Secured, Fenced Yard! 3-Car Off-Street Parking By Rear Alley! Excellent Roof, New Gutter around 2nd.Story, Insulated Replacement Windows! Lots of Original & New Hardwood Floors in Remodeled Kitchen & 1st. Floor Bath W/Soaking Tub! Comfy Front Living Room with Deco Fireplace! Spacious Middle Dining-Entry Room With Stairway to Upstairs' 2BRs! EZ2C!

You can reach me at 614-204-4472. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Sun Mar 31, 2013
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Teresa one thing that I would like to add is that the property has to be available under the GNND program. Not all HUD homes are in fact in our area there are very few. You need to get in touch with a registered HUD Realtor® in your area. If you need help in finding one let me know. ... more
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Jeff Paeltz answered:
Hi Usha,

The short answer is yes, I can assist you with locating, screening potential problems, researching to make sure your not paying too much, help with paper work and contracts and negotiating. I do not charge any fees, my commissin is paid from the seller. But first you need to get qualified for a loan. Until you know how much you can qualify for you wont know how much home you can afford.

Give me a call at 614.288.0423 or send me an email at jeffreypaeltz@kw.com and lets get started today. Buying a home is an exciting time and I can help to reduce the worries and concerns that you have with buying your first home.

Respectfully,

Jeffrey Paeltz, ABR, SFR
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Mon Jan 27, 2014
John Taylor answered:
I can do a search for you and assist in finding exactly what you are looking for . Please contact me at john.taylor@kingthompson.com or visit my website www.kingthompson.com\john.taylor

I enjoy working with home buyers and finding the perfect home for them .
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Sun Mar 17, 2013
Emilio Mazzucotelli answered:
Hi. Im Emilio (646-247-4313)
First time buyers need certainly some advice. There is a lot of aspects in simple transaction. Starting with the process they will go through since they sign the contract until the closing date. ... more
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Mon Apr 29, 2013
John Taylor answered:
I would be happy to assist you with your home search. If I could get some more information regarding the type of home you are looking for I will be able to,find one that fits your needs in the location that you like.

Please contact me at john.taylor@kimgthompson.com
Www.kingthompson.com\john.taylor
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Wed Apr 24, 2013
Gordon Kaylor answered:
I have one in Gahanna schools will do a lease to own. 4/5 bdrm, 2.5 btn, 3700 sq ft, just under .5 acre, 3 car gar
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Tue Dec 20, 2016
Tracy Seabrooks/Exit Trinity Realty answered:
The answer to your question isn't as cut and dry as that. While there are several great builders in the area, there are many things to look at with regard to "the best builders" . Since not every builder is providing the same product as the next it is important to have a good realtor to help you navigate the many builders and find the one that best fits your current needs.

PLease feel free to contact me for assistance in locating the builder that best suits your needs.

Tracy
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Wed Feb 27, 2013
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Sun Aug 4, 2013
Tim Moore answered:
That is true, you will have to wait 3 years to buy. You could rent an apartment or a house, but that will not be easy either with a bad credit rating.
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
Donna R Jackson answered:
Typically Fannie Mae reviews all of the offers and could potentially counter all of the offers. If your offer was submitted before the deadline it should be reviewed along with the other offers. Keep in mind even a full price offer may not win you the bid. Another offer could have come in for a little bit more or possibly didn't have as many contingencies as your offers. Good luck. ... more
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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Lauren Swieterman answered:
Teresa

First you need a agent whom is experienced in lease option/purchase deals and I would be more than happy to help

In regards to this property, a lease term of # years, 1, 2, 3, whatever seller is entertaining, a % or small amount up front in down payment, your 1st months rent and security deposit etc... Once lease is up perform a purchase with % of ALL rent accumulated PLUS the money up front to apply to purchase price

This in negotiating is where you need a detailed agent to present figures to seller. Make sure it makes sense, a lot of owner or unrepresented sellers will ask for terms that doesnt make sense for buyer in the end, or not apply any rent which is essentially the whole goal in this creative source of financing. Have you reached out to a lender to see how long your financial situation would take to mend , ?

Email me or call I would be able to help further

Good luck hope this helps!
L.swieterman@gmail.com
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Wed Jan 30, 2013
Molly Hay - Mosley, CDPE,CNE, MIP, SFR answered:
I have a lender that can assist you with your credit. He offers a program that helps rebuild your credit score over a period of time to put you in a possession to buy soon. Let me know if you would like his information. My email is hay.molly@gmail.com ... more
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Fri Feb 8, 2013
Susan Noble Cunningham answered:
You do not have to be college aged. It is an FHA loan program that allows a person to co-borrow w/a blood relative who helps qualify for a loan using their assests &/or income. Both borrowers take title & one has to live in the property as their primary residence.
I belive this loan got it's name because many parents would ny a condo for their college aged kids while thay attened school and not have to finance the property as an investment with higher down payments & interest rates.
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Sat Oct 13, 2012
James Deskins answered:
Open houses have never worked to sell homes. Only about 2% of homes actually sell from an open house.
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Wed Oct 10, 2012
Jeremy Gillman answered:
Susan- I would love to help with your relocation/ search. Feel free to contact me via phone or email.

Jeremy Gillman
614.266.9152
Jeremy@columbusLOFTS.com
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Sun Oct 7, 2012
Kristin answered:
more info:
The sellers agent was acting like she was a saint for "being willing to give up her night to help move her sellers out". We pointed out that she wouldn't have had to do that if her sellers had moved out when they were supposed to, and this wasn't our fault, and we asked why she told our agent they were all moved out if they weren't. Then she got upset and started telling us that it's not her job to make sure they're out, and that this isn't her responsibility. She tried to pin the blame on us for not having called the sellers to make sure they were out! We pointed out there had been other issues with the contract (the inaccurate disclosure, the fact that the sellers disconnected their utilities 2 days before possession when the contract stated that utilities were to stay in their name until the day of possession, etc) and she was just impossible to reason with. Rather than accept any responsibility, she insulted us repeatedly. At the end of the night she tried to act all sweet and nice and told us to contact her if we ever have any issues, but this was just ridiculous! When we tried to ask her for an apology for the insult early in the night -- pointing out that it was unprofessional -- she insulted us again!

Expecting that the house would be a reasonable level of clean (e.g. not trash and possessions everywhere, food stuck to the fridge, etc) isn't too much to ask, is it?

We were most put off by how unprofessionally she acted and would like to register a complaint but we're not sure what, if anything, we can do. Any advice?
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Sat Dec 1, 2012
Frank Swiatek answered:
Your first step will be to meet with a lender so that we can get a baseline for where your credit is at, and why it is there. From there its possible that an experienced lender will be able to help you restore your credit over time and if more help is needed, we can get it. There is no quick fix to credit repair, depending on where you are at it could be just a few months, sometimes a year or two, it really depends on why its poor and how quickly the derogatory items can be paid off. Give me a call or shoot me an email and we can discuss further, I'll introduce you to a couple good lenders and we can see what is possible. ... more
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