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Thu Jun 27, 2013
Susan Miller answered:
You need to talk to your lender immediately. If you allow your home to go into foreclosure, your credit will be hurt for years. Call your lender and explain your problems. Sometimes they will work with you. Good luck! ... more
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Wed Oct 31, 2012
Teri Skiles answered:
Hi Lynda,

Yes, there are building lots available in a price range of $50-$100 thousand. If you would like, I can email you information on these lots and you can contact me if you are interested further?

Thank you,
Teri Skiles -Realtor
RE/MAX Connections
325 W Third St
Moscow, ID. 83843
208-669-1364
Teri.skiles@remax.net
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Wed Oct 15, 2014
Terri Guenthner answered:
Hi Joseph
If you plan on staying in Moscow six years, it may be a better financial decision to buy rather than rent. There are so many different loan programs to explore and consider. I would suggest you meet with a local realtor and ask him/her to show you the benefits of both. With that information you will be able to make an educated decision on what is best for you.
Terri Guenther
Re/Max Connections
Moscow Idaho
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Fri Jan 22, 2016
Bill Eckler answered:
Have you considered all of your options.........

These are most difficult times and many people are finding themselves in your situation. Allowing your property to be foreclosed on should be your last consideration.

Our recommendation is to begin by contacting you bank to explain your personal situation. They should be able to provide you with information.

Best wishes,
The Eckler team
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Wed Sep 8, 2010
Brian Brumpton answered:
Moscow, ID is a relatively remote area and I would say that home values there are not affected by the national increases and declines. What will hurt all real estate markets are the economic currents circulating nation wide. The credit crunch and increased energy and living expenses are eroding consumer purchasing power. I would check for with a local agent and get their take. ... more
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