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Home Buying in 77082 : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Sep 21, 2013
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Yes we do! We have several jumbo lenders plus a second lien lender who can go up to $250K.

If that works for you, please call or email me.


Anna Maria Durr NMLS 266699
Codemark Financial
2626 Richmond Ave., Houston, Texas 77098
281-592-0667, anna@codemarkfinancial.com
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Sat Apr 20, 2013
Tiffany Romero answered:
Good evening
I can help you email me at tiffanyromero0721@yahoo.com
Tiffany Romero
The New Realty Group
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Sun May 12, 2013
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Alan,
We have a lender that will go to 580. Approval is on a case by case basis.

For your self employed borrowers, if their credit is 700 or better we have special financing for self employed where only one year of self employed income is used to qualify. This program allows for expanded debt to income ratios up to 58% and no deductions of unreimbursed business expenses when calculating debt to income ratios.

If that works for you, please call or email me. Thanks.


Anna Maria Durr NMLS 266699
Codemark Financial
2626 Richmond Ave., Houston, Texas 77098
281-592-0667, anna@codemarkfinancial.com
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Sun May 19, 2013
Patricia Isom answered:
If you are still looking I can certainly hell you. Please email me at twc4000@yahoo.com or patricia.isom@yahoo.com.
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Sun Apr 14, 2013
Patricia Isom answered:
I believe several factors are should be considered when answering this question. For instance, how big is your home? Also, are you getting a basic inspection or a more in depth inspection? I believe the time varies based on these factors. A normal inspection can range from 1-4 hours usually. ... more
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Tue Jul 23, 2013
Bassma Taljeh answered:
You need to find a Certified Negotiation Expert Realtor to submit your offer.
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Sun May 12, 2013
Patricia Isom answered:
Your income is only one of the factors when purchasing a home. Lenders will also look at your credit. If you would like I have an excellent lender you could speak with to see if you qualify. You can contact via email @ www.twc4000@yahoo.com or via phone @ 254-640-4371 ... more
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Thu Jun 12, 2014
Vanessa Martin answered:
Hi There!
Are you planning to pay cash or will you need a loan? Either way I am glad to help! Talk to you soon...V
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Sun Apr 14, 2013
Ramonica Caldwell answered:
Yes you can! I have a client right now in the same situation and she was able to get financed without an issue. It would be best to speak with the same lender I referred her to.

You can contact me directly at ramonica.caldwell@century21.com or call me at 832-293-5385 ... more
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Sun Apr 14, 2013
Krystal Villarreal De'Newton answered:
A home's age does not have much influence its value in my opinion. Rather, the location of a home has much more influence on the value, and in some instances there are a large number of older homes in the more valuable areas.

Truly,

Brandon Newton
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Sun Apr 14, 2013
Kevin Sechelski answered:
Contact me with a little more info on what your looking for and I will try and find something for you.

Or you ca search here www.househuntinghouston.com/search-all-mls-listings/


Let me know,

Kevin Sechelski

832.545.5503

Contact@househuntinghouston.com
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Patricia Isom answered:
I don't quite understand your question. Are you looking for a lender?
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Sat Apr 6, 2013
Al Geffon answered:
If the home is in a subdivision (which will likely be the case) you'd need to submit detailed plans (including architectural renderings) to the HOA for approval. Some are more restrictive than others, so you'll need to do your homework. Be aware that properties within a given subdivision may or may not be in the 100 yr. floodplain, and that FEMA re-draws the maps periodically ... your home could be in the AE zone (the most vulnerable) one day, and X (out of the flood zone) when the maps are revised. Of course, the opposite is also possible.

If you're lucky enough to find something in an unrestricted area, you'd need to comply with the current building codes. That information can be obtained from Public Works.

I hope this helps ... best of luck.

Al Geffon
(713) 213-6350
al@geffon.net
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Alexandra Buysellforyou answered:
I always do. It makes the client feel special and gives the agent the opportunity to have an idea of major if any issues.
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Gail Levin answered:
Its never too early to start shopping. I would suggest that you first start shopping around for a great Realtor who has your best interests at heart and one you can relate to. The market it very hot right now and being that there are multiple offers being given on all properties, a good agent will guide you in the right direction. Also, now is the time to find a good Mortgage Broker and start the process. I would be happy to help you in this regard as well as meet with you. Please contact me at gail.levin@kw.com. Looking forward to hearing from you. ... more
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
You've seen 'do it yourself' home improvements, right? Well, a licensed agent is a professional. The difference between hiring a home improvement contractor and doing it yourself.
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Fri Oct 10, 2014
Patricia Isom answered:
Yes, there are certainly lenders out there who will lend with that score. However, keep in mind that your interest rate will be higher.
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Wed Mar 25, 2015
Patricia Isom answered:
It depends on what your credit and score look like now. You can go online and pull your credit for free and it won't hurt your score. I would start there. Once you have determined your score get in touch with a lender. Once you are approved find a realtor and start searching!!! ... more
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Persis Behramsha answered:
Hello Mr. Rasmussen,

You have the right idea to rent since you are not familiar with Houston. Where are you moving from? Which part of town will you be working in? Can you give me some more information on the type of housing you are interested in? I can help narrow down some searches and send you information by email. Landlords want to know how many people, if you have pets, if you smoke, and also check your credit and criminal background.

If you rent a single family home, generally there is a one-month deposit besides the first month rent that is due. Apartments differ in the deposit, however, better to be on the safe side and assume one month's rent deposit as well.

Depending on the area and how far in advance you are looking to lease, it would be a good idea to lease ahead of time, because availability is getter harder.

I will be happy to help you with several resources, if you would like to work with me. Please email or call and I can give you an idea of the rental and purchasing processes.

Best wishes on your move.

Persis
713-294-7747
persis.realtor@gmail.com
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Sun Mar 24, 2013
Roland Northland answered:
There is an exception to the property tax, but I will have to research and see if there is such a tax relief for disabled veterans. By the way, we have offices in throughout California and Houston Texas. Do you know what area of Houston you are moving to?

Roland J. Northland
805-404-7252 Cellular
877-258-8462 Toll Free
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