Whether or not you can terminate would really depend on the specifics written into your contract. In most cases there is a time frame attached to the inspection period. If this is in your contract and you are within your time period you should be able to terminate for any mechanical, structural or engineer deficiencies found within the scope of your inspection and receive your deposit back.
There are specifics to every contract/situation. You would really need to consult with your agent and/or attorney. So sorry there isn't a better answer. If I can help in any other way please feel free to reach out to me.... more
To accurately give the APR for any loan product, I would need some additional information. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can go voer this in more detail. I would not need any of your personal information, just information on loan size, taxes, area you are buying in, so I can estimate some of the fees associated with a CHFA loan.
VP of Mortgage Lending
A good place to start would be to talk with your bank or a mortgage loan officer. Most banks want a credit score of at least 620-640. There are also different types of loans or programs that you might quaify for. Some offer 100% financing and low down payments. If you would like a referral or have any questions, feel free to email or call me.
CG Real Estate
I always recommend that my clients make an offer that will create a win - win situation in which both parties will be happy. Low balling is a tactic that makes the buyer and the agent look bad and gives Agents a bad reputation.
I am not sure what you are trying to do here. I hope you will explain a little more.
Unfortunately with a foreclosure on your credit record, you probably won't be able to get approved for another mortgage for several years. Almost any alternative to foreclosure including short sales or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure is better for your credit rating than foreclosure itself, which can affect your ability to get a mortgage for at least 5-7 years in most instances. Take this time to get back on your feet financially and re-build your credit profile. Paying off debts, saving up a very healthy downpayment, and paying your current bills consistently on time will be essential. In the meantime, I expect you will have to rent, unless you have family or friends who can help...Good luck Rima...I hope things get better for you quickly!... more
It is imperative that you shop around for a mortgage broker that can explore all your finance status and review your credit report. He/she can advice you in the right direction, in case that you need to do so or give you that pre approval letter that you are looking for right away. Is always a good idea to check your credit report and have time to repair errors that can appear in that document.