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Signal Hill : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Aug 29, 2015
Erik Bottema answered:
Hey-

More than likely you will not be able to. You could write up a seperate contract and make your parents sign that. I could refer you to a great lender I deal with on a regular basis. However, if you would like my help, I am an honest and down to earth realtor.

As a bonus, I will credit you up to 1% of the home price back through escrow on any home purchase of over 125,000! This could save you thousands!
Call or text me anytime...

Thanks,
Erik Bottema, Realtor http://www.SoCalCashbackRealty.com
Meridian Capital Real Estate
DRE #01895909, Member SRAR, NAR, CAR

Cell: (818) 426-1700
email: edbottema@gmail.com
PO Box 311, La Canada, CA 91012
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Mon May 19, 2014
Carmen Di Biase answered:
If it is a Real Estate Owned (REO), you must call the listing agent or your buyer agent. Foreclosure banks and their servicing companies do not deal directly with buyers.
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Mon May 19, 2014
Jeffrey Kropp answered:
check the VA website
http://condopudbuilder.vba.va.gov/2.2/frames.html
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Fri Feb 6, 2015
Christopher Walker answered:
Hire an agent to represent you and provide this advice directly. As a first time buyer, attempting to do this on your own may be a serious mistake. Especially in the Long Beach area where 1 street can make a world of difference in the future value of your investment. The same holds true for most areas and would be a hard lesson to learn on your own. Find a great agent and stick with them. It may be one of the most important decisions you make. Good luck to you in any case. ... more
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