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Home Buying in Waddell : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 28, 2013
Jason Coleman answered:
Yes, two yrs after foreclosure va allows new loans. However usually need at least a 600_640 fico score for va. We require a 640 so have your husband g
et a secured credit card and build credit over the next 6 months.
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Fri May 11, 2012
Dwayne asked:
I am interested in obtaining a copy of the home prints/specs.
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Thu Nov 21, 2013
Bill Eckler answered:

Don't change your retirement plans but you should do an evaluation of the real estate market. There is a surplus of near new resale homes in most areas that represent huge savings. If you are still set on new construction...don't make a final decision until you have seriously considered resales.

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Fri Dec 5, 2014
Sandra Paulow answered:
It really depends on the terms of the Well Agreement. Any "Share" Agreement can be problematic, before you agree to anything have the terms of the agreement reviewed by an Attorney. ... more
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Mon Jul 20, 2009
Dallas Texas answered:
Many lenders "shy away" allowing a family have more than one mortgage, best invest do required work then sale than two mortgages could be costly ruin your credit scores if you can't make both payments

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Fri Jun 28, 2013
Donald Keys answered:
1) Hire a REALTOR - The "nice" people in the models represent the SELLER and not you as a buyer. Our services for buyers a FREE OF CHARGE 99% of the time.

2) You can have your REALTOR "Negotiate" on your behalf and insist that if you buy a NEW HOME that you earnest deposit be put in a neutral ESCROW COMPANY that "is not" nowned by the builder instead of the builder's general fund.

3) You can have your REALTOR change the language of the builder's contract back in your favor to meet your needs.

4) Buying a NEW HOME is risky because builders have recently gone bankrupt. Consider a resale in the neighborhood.

I hope this helps.

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