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Home Buying in Shenandoah County : Real Estate Advice

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Thu May 16, 2013
Marge Bennett answered:
I would be cautious. A quit claim deed doesn't give you much protection What does your Realtor say?
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Sun Jul 8, 2012
Christopher Lefebvre answered:
Many new homes being built are listed on the MLS so if you search with a local real estate agent you will be able to find some.

There is one new home listed on Trulia in your zip code.
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Wed Jul 22, 2009
Fred Griffin answered:
Good Credit is almost always required.

No Down Payment loans include USDA Rural, VA, and perhaps owner financing. There may be others that are not as common.

Taking over Payments?
There are very few "non-qualifying assumable mortgages" out there.
You will [most likely] be required to qualify to assume the loan.

If you try something like "Subject to the Mortgage" or "Rent with Option to Buy", please see a Real Estate Attorney for legal advice. Have the Attorney draw up the Contracts and other Documents.

Please speak with a Lender or Lenders regarding this situation. You may wish to call the Bank or Credit Union where you do your checking and savings, and tell them you want to talk about a Mortgage Loan.

Best wishes to you,
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Thu Oct 29, 2009
Vicky Chrisner answered:
I can refer you to an agent in that area who can pull information directly from the MLS that services that area. Actually, Ft Valley is on the "edge" of 2 different MLS systems, complicating your search. You'll need an agent that belongs to both in order to get a good search going. Please contact me directly, and I am happy to refer you... ... more
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