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Fri Oct 26, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
Go speak to a lender, or two. Asking here will never get you a 100% reliable answer. The lender will have to decide based on what they find out about you and your credit, debts, job history, etc. A co-signer with poor credit is not much of a co-signer, but maybe it is doable. Ask the lender. ... more
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Mon Nov 5, 2012
voices member answered:
While finding an investor for that situation may be a bit challenging, there are plenty of homeowners with single-family dwellings willing to rent out their homes or lease them to families like yours. I've attached a link to one of many rental sites out there that may help you find what you're looking for. If owning a home is your ultimate goal, you could see if there is a homeowner willing to work with you on a "rent to own" contract.
http://www.rentalhouses.com/search/Pelham-AL
I hope this is helpful.

Isiah Youngblood, Realtor
RealtySouth - Trussville
www.wix.com/isiahyoungblood/realtor
cell - 205.994.4592
iy1776@hotmail.com
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Thu Mar 22, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
We have no idea what location you are asking about. I would assume they are having a death investigation because there was a death, but I am just guessing since you have not told us where it is. ... more
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Wed May 18, 2011
Linda asked:
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Thu Apr 24, 2014
Renee Hamilton answered:
April 24, 2014: There are some great homes currently on the market that might meet your needs. If you looking for a rental, visit www.e21rentals.com
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Tue Sep 21, 2010
Ruth Nedoma answered:
Deb,
If you are asking about pelham,i know the school system in pelham is one of the best.Secondly,the house price may be so low because the house may have been on the market for a longer time,the sellers may be very motivated to sell and therefore just want to get it done with,or the house may not be in the best condition compared to other houses in the neighborhood.
About radon,only a home inspection can surely confirm that and either way if you like a house its always best to have inspection done so you are aware of what you are getting.
Good luck..
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Sun Nov 29, 2015
Chad Edwards answered:
Closing costs can be negotiated in a contract. FHA will allow the seller to pay up to 6% of the sales price towards closing costs. Your first step should be getting in touch with a mortgage company/bank to get qualified. They will give you a good faith estimate outlining your closing costs. Secondly, get a realtor to help you locate a suitable home. Remember the first time homebuyers tax credit requires you to have a contract in place by the end of April and closed by the end of June. You may qualify for $8,000 in tax credits but you need to act quickly. ... more
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Wed Dec 2, 2009
Ines De La Cruz answered:
Hello,
You can call the officer I use William De La Torre from Wells Fargo at cell8556-562-2286. He works within the whole US. Good luck.
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Wed Aug 12, 2009
Barry Lynn Miller J.R. answered:
My website will give you instant comps in your area if you need more information let me know.

http://barrylynnmiller.com/hvalue.shtml

Barry Lynn Miller
205-338-5555

Or you may GOOGLE "homes for sale"

"Doing what it takes to earn your business"
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