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Thu Feb 14, 2013
Karen Sanchez answered:
Hi,

Are you working with an agent? If so ask them what happened. Sometimes (1/3 of transactions) fall out of escrow.

If you aren't working with an agent you can contact me with the addresss and I'll find out if its still availiable.

karensoldit@yahoo.com
www.realliving,com/karen.sanchez
DRE #01804752
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Wed Feb 27, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
First and foremost; Thanks for Serving!

Your first stop would be a Veteran's Affairs Office:
You need to apply for your ELIGIBILTY,
and they will have information about it.
Understand that the Gov has thrown us a curve: they gave us a FUNDING FEE, which is about 2.3%.
This FEE can be folded into the loan, which dramatically increases the effective Interest Rate, or you can pay it at the onset, (this whole thing really frosts my !@#$%!)
But you will have a NO DOWN loan which is relatively easy to qualify for, and has other benefits (read up)
For the Loan, you might look at the Navy Federal Credit Union, (trust me)

Good luck and may God bless
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Thu Dec 6, 2012
Bo Goulet, broker answered:
Tracy;

Often, those right-away deals are scams.

You can find the owner of the house at http://mytaxcollector.com. Be sure that the person you are giving money to is the owner or an agent of the owner. ... more
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Wed Nov 7, 2012
Bo Goulet, broker answered:
Corey;

Like any neighborhood and city, houses come in many shapes, sizes, and conditions. If you would like me to be your Realtor, I would be happy to help you find a house that matches what you are looking for.

I am currently working with multiple investors who buy houses and remodel them so that I can re-sell them. If you are interested in purchasing a home in the High Desert area, give me a call so we can discuss what you are looking for. We just acquired some new properties, so if we have something that will work for you, you can pick your colors!

Bo Goulet, cdpe
Certified Distressed Property Expert
DRE #01854568
Shear Realty-Spring Valley Lake
12170 Spring Valley Pkwy.
Victorville, CA 92395
Mobile: (760) 713-6137
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
Devona Garrigus answered:
Israel,

Yes there are, but inventory is low like most of California. You can search these listings by going to our website- just click on the link below:
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Wed Mar 1, 2017
James Foy answered:
Ms. Solis,
As former building inspector for Hesperia, the short answer is, "Yes you can." and the longer answer is:

1. You will need to obtain a building permit.
2. Your MH may not be too old (I think 1988 is the oldest unit the city allows, but check with the city--THIS SHOULD BE THE FIRST THING YOU DO BEFORE PURCHASING A MH)
3.You will still have to pay park and school fees based on the square footage of your home.
4. You will need a septic system or IF within 200' of sewer, hook up to sewer.
5. Install a water meter.
6. You need the pier plans for any MH you buy and I believe they must be good for CA seismic conditions

So, these things may cost you an additional $20-30K in addition to your MH, but check with the city to verify, in case they have had any fee reductions or more details that could help you bring a MH in.

I once had to issue a 30 day notice to remove a MH to a family that had one delivered to their property, and the city wouldn't have allowed it, and they didn't check,so they they had the issue of needing to spend $5K to have it towed.

My advice to anyone, is check with building and safety BEFORE you do any sort of development on your property as part of your due diligence.
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Fri Sep 7, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
Fri Sep 7, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
If your dad sold it, then the new buyer would have to want to sell it. If you see it listed now you can simply contact the listing agent or use a buyer broker who can assist you through the process. ... more
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Fri Sep 7, 2012
Jory Blake answered:
Hello Linda, here are the most common scenarios and a breakdown of wait times:

FHA:

Chapter 7: 2 yrs.

Chapter 13: 2 yrs.

Foreclosure: 3 yrs.

Short Sale: 3 yrs.* Unless borrower was not late prior to short sale (on ANY obligation) and was not trying to take advantage of the market. For specifics click here .

VA:

Chapter 7: 2 yrs.

Chapter 13: 2 yrs.

Foreclosure: 3yrs.

Short Sale: 3 yrs.


VA High Balance:

Chapter 7: 7 yrs.

Chapter 13: 7 yrs.

Foreclosure: 7 yrs.

Short Sale: 7 yrs.

Conventional:

Chapter 7: 4 yrs.*

Chapter 13: 2 yrs. from discharge date or 4 yrs. from dismissal date*

Foreclosure: 7 yrs.*



Deed in Lieu: 2 yrs. if subject loan is 80% ltv or less

4 yrs. if subject loan is 90% ltv or less

7 yrs. if subject loan is over 90%ltv



Short Sale: 2 yrs. if subject loan is 80% ltv or less

4 yrs. if subject loan is 90% ltv or less

7 yrs. if subject loan is over 90% ltv



BK Chapter 7: a four year waiting period is required measured from the discharge date or dismissal date of the BK. A 2 yr. waiting period is permitted if extenuating circumstances can be documented.



BK Chapter 13: a four year waiting period is required for a Chapter 13 dismissal. A 2yr. waiting period will be permitted with extenuating circumstances.



Multiple BK filings: for a borrower with more than one BK filing in the last 7 years, a 5 yr. waiting period is required.



Foreclosure: A 7 year waiting period is required, and is measured from the completion date of the foreclosure sale date.



A 3 yr. waiting period is permitted if extenuating circumstances can be documented and the ltv rules are applied, MUST to be a purchase of a principle residence or a limited cash out refi on an owner occupied, second home or non-owner.



*What are extenuating circumstances: they are non-recurring events that are beyond the borrower’s control that result in a sudden, significant and prolonged reduction in income or a catastrophic increase in financial obligations.
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Fri Sep 7, 2012
Ludy Ivonina answered:
Hi,
How many bedrooms would you like to have?What is your price range?
Please let me know.I'll be happy to help you.

Regards,
Ludy Ivonina
Tarbell,Realtors
(909)731-7124
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Sun Feb 26, 2012
Rich Homer answered:
Thu Dec 1, 2011
Shanna Rogers answered:
Hi Rsroxane49,

Have you removed all your contingencies (in writing)? Have your Realtor check the purchase contract (and any counteroffers, addendums, etc.).

Shanna Rogers
SR Realty
www.RealtyBySR.com
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Fri Nov 4, 2011
Karen Parsons Fiddler answered:
He Arlin,

What kind of history are you talking about? A lot can be found via public records about previous owners. You might also go to the library website to search for the address?

Not sure what you mean....is it historical?

Karen
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Wed Nov 7, 2012
Adam Difrancesco answered:
Hi Nesasdaone,

Interest rates are based off of the person and not the location. Would you like me to put you in touch with a mortgage specialist that can help fig the interest rate on the loan you are looking at?

Adam DiFrancesco, e-Pro,GREEN,SFR
Lic. Associate Broker NY
Lic. Sales Person NJ
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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Mon May 16, 2011
Holly Brown & Ron Moser answered:
Fri Sep 7, 2012
Pamela Wiest answered:
Hesperia seems to be a very popular neighborhood for rentals. I receive phones calls regularly for rentals in this area. I manage a couple of them out there and I rented them quickly.
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Sat Apr 9, 2011
Andrew Quezada answered:
I own an investment property in the Brentwood community of Victorville and I've never had a problem finding quality tenants.

That being said - it depends. You need to do some local community research and look at the projected growth of both areas. My property yields positive cash flow and was built in 2006 - it is still practically new and hasn't requried any expensive repairs.

I think any real estate market is tied to employment and income growth. Do some homework, if you'd like, I'll help you. I subscribe to many market resources that will help you make your decision. It pretty much depends on your price range and what's on the market. I have some investors that just picked up some great properties from the auction in Victorville and they got an amazing deal. They're going to put it right back on the market without any repairs for a fast profit.

Another quick note: There have been lots of reports indicating that Victorville plans to develop a major logistics and transportation hub. If this happens, you might anticipate a moderate economic boom in the area. Jobs, Industry, etc...

Good luck and let me know if I can be of any help.

Andrew Quezada
626.825/6565
andrew@aqhomeloan.com
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Sun Jun 17, 2012
Andrea Mills answered:
Nope and they (the short sale lender) will ask you for an affidavit.
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Mon Feb 21, 2011
Adrian Huntington answered:
I sell Fannie Mae Properties and know the Asset Manager and this is not likely being inplemented by Fannie Mae. Maybe the Selling Agent of Listing Agent is telling you to waive contigencies in order to get your offer accepted. My guess is they have a stronger offer, and the only way the bank will take your offer is if you waive your inspections to make your offer more appealing. ... more
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Sat Feb 26, 2011
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