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Home Buying in Paramount : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Feb 26, 2013
Jacob Davila answered:
Hi there,
Comparing to Rural PA, Los angeles area is a bit more expensive. It'll be difficult to find that size of a lot for that price. Check out www.homeseakers.com and enter your specific criteria. that will give you an idea to start with.
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Wed Oct 31, 2012
Amy asked:
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Thu Sep 27, 2012
Rebecca Chambliss answered:
The best place to find a competent Realtor is to ask friends and family for a referal. It may be that your expectations are out of line with the market, but any decent Realtor should communicate that rather than just disapear.

What is your budget and do you have enough saved for the downpayment and closing costs? (about 5%+ of puchase price for an FHA?)
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Fri Oct 5, 2012
Mission Viejo Real Estate by Valorie Stover answered:
Find an area you would like to live in. Get you finances in order, know how much you can borrow and what you are comfortable paying. Check the internet to see what houses are selling for in the area you like, if they don't fit in your price, do more research. Be patient, it helps . ... more
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Sat Sep 20, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
You have been sold a swamp in south florida as they say. in most cases the broker fee is the brokers commission, it does not affect your interest rate at all, especially on a fha loan were points and rates are set. anything added is to pad the brokers pocket. as well as a discount point means the broker is making less money off the interest rate so they are charging you the fee the bank would have paid them for giving you a highr rate. thats no discount... where you are so close to closing you really dont have time to shop around, but for everyone else, this is why you talk to more than 1 mortgage broker as how much they make is relative to how much they want to charge you. good luck raul ... more
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