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Home Buying in Cuyahoga County : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jan 10, 2013
Dominic Picione - The Incorvaia Team answered:
Tue Sep 10, 2013
Meir Aloni answered:
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
First of all; thanks for Serving.
I hope you don't have a Disability; but if you do, it will be another benefit for you.
They threw us a curve; adding a FUNDING FEE to the Loan. This is about 2.3% (check me on that), and can be folded into the loan, if you don't have it.
That raises the effective Interest Rate; but there is no way around it, unless you are disabeled.
But with NO DOWN and the other factors, it is still a good deal.
You need to go in to your local VA office and apply for your ELIGIBILITY, (if you already haven't).
They can also advise you in many ways; take advantage of them, they're there to help.
You might contact the NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, for the Loan; they service all branches if you weren't good enough for the Navy :)

Good luck luck and may God bless
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Bexsentico@yahoo.com answered:
the easiest way to find out is to go to google.com type in cuyahogacountyauditor
and Property Tax Calculator and select the tax district and enter the market value then
answer Will this be your primary residence? and
hit enter hope this helps for more info visit
clevelandohio.usapropertywholesale.com/
or call 440 941 5318
or e-mail clevelandwholesaleproperties@gmail.com
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
Angel Dionisio Ortiz asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/property/3105215338-3570-W-50th-St-Cleveland-OH-44102
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
Cecilia Sherrard answered:
It looks like you're on track to become home owners. There are variables and unique guidelines for every type of loan and situation. You will want to discuss your specific situation with a great loan officer that is very knowledgeable about all loan types and scenarios. We would be happy to assist you. Contact us anytime. We look forward to helping you with the right loan and home!

Andrew Ginter & Cecilia Sherrard
RE/MAX NE Ohio
440-781-8737
http://www.YouShouldOwn.com
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
James Deskins answered:
You might be able to use the account for a down payment but not likely that you'll get a loan.
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Mon Feb 16, 2015
Mike Ferrante answered:
Hi Jocelyn, the market is very active right now, for homes which are priced correctly. As far as prices, they are not recovering...much. Certain areas have seen prices creep back up, but not to anywhere near the pre-crash levels. If you are looking to buy, it's still the right time. For sellers, homes are moving, but still at prices that may disappoint them! C21.mike@yahoo.com ... more
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Sun Dec 9, 2012
Claudine Hartland answered:
You may want to consider looking on April, but you'll need to be prepared to sign lease commitment at that time. You'll need to be prepared with a security deposit and first months rent as well. ... more
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Fri May 17, 2013
MK answered:
What timeframe are you looking at begin renting in Euclid? We are currently looking to buy a new home and may put our 3 bedroom ranch up for rent in a few months.
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Mon Mar 4, 2013
formanet answered:
A partition sale or lawsuit is a pretty complicated matter. I think you should seek legal representation if you haven't done so already.
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Thu Nov 15, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
If you do not have a COMMITTMENT; how can you blame anyone else who does not have one?
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Wed Nov 14, 2012
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
In my opinion, yes. Nothing is more likely to derail a short sale or foreclosure purchase than having anyone on the 'team' that does mot understand the process. These purchases can take a long time, they require more paperwork, and if you and your realtor are not prepared for that it can be frustrating and confusing. Last week, during Hurricane Sandy's aftermath, I met a short sale client twice in a parking lot to get paperwork signed, once we had a notary public in tow. Then the buyers' realtor and I arranged to meet, twice, to get signatures from everyone on their side. Unless you have someone who both understands such demands by the bank are not unusual and are willing to comply with those demands cheerfully these transactions can go bad quickly; My advice is to find someone with either the SFR and/or CDPE designations indicating they are the training and experience you need. ... more
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Mon Jul 13, 2015
Tanesha Speed, MBA answered:
Not sure, you should contact the local Board of Education in Richmond Heights.
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Tue Aug 6, 2013
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
No you can pay cash and no escrow is needed. A FHA 203(k) loan has a built in escrow and a 203(b) loan needs an escrow added and to work with a lender that allows a allows a repair escrow on a 203(b). ... more
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Tue Apr 23, 2013
Maggie Robinson answered:
Generally I would recommend my finance guy, Bob Wilson, 216-373-7450, anytime, but loans under $40k are hard to find these days (I guess they are not profitable or something)....closing costs can be paid for by the seller if you write the contract that way and the seller accepts....Make sure you have a realtor representing you. ... more
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Sat Nov 3, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
An FHA loan has nothing to do with being a Veteran:
What you should be concerned about is a VA loan.
The VA picks-and-chooses the eligibity of the Veterans for their loans; maybe serving now will qualify you, and maybe not. It is the same with Medals, and Medical Benefits.
All those who served in Vietnam are now qualified, but there have been a bunch of skip periods since then.
What you can do, to get ready, it to join the Navy Federal Credit Union; you will probably see info about it, when you get to your duty station.
You can also look into the GI Bill for education, and you can take ASAFI courses while you are in.

You are taking an honorable step toward one of the greatest fraternities in America; being a Veteran, and you should be proud.
The BENEFITS will come; just concentrate on one day at time right now.
Thanks for Serving
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Tue Apr 23, 2013
happylee answered:
I drive by there almost every day. I know for a fact that investors are investing into Babury. You should take a look into it. Also, if you send me your e-mail, I can send you information of another investment opportunity in the 44128 zip code ... more
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Sat Oct 27, 2012
David Sharkey answered:
I can not speak to where the lawsuit is for 2222 Detroit, Stonebridge Tower, other than it is still going on. I can say that the 1237 Washington, Stonebridge Plaza is a different type of construction. There have been recent sales in Plaza in which the buyers have obtained home inspections of the units and those inspections have not lead to any concerns about the building or quality of construction. Sales have been good in the building and the buyers seem to be very happy. ... more
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Sun Oct 21, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
A good suggestion would be to assume that HOA fees will NEVER go down. Most never do, that is because they pay for things like taxes, insurance, maintenance and things like that where the fees also never go down. The only way they are likely to go down is if a service or amenity is removed from what they fee pays. ... more
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