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Home Buying in Las Vegas : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 18, 2017
Gregg Pomeroy answered:
I may be able to help you with this. There are some options available. I'm a mortgage professional and I deal with Jumbo loans.

If need help with this you can contact me. I'm available almost 24/7. ... more
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Sat Feb 18, 2017
Gregg Pomeroy answered:

How long have you been in the country ?

What is you legal status in the US ?

Do you have a job in the US ?

I'm a mortgage professional. You can contact me with any questions or if you need help with this.
I'm available almost 24/7
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Sun Feb 12, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
First off, they must disclose any relationship between an agent and loan officer if they are one in the same. You can make a try to speak to the managing broker, who may have to go to the banking commission or state re commission. Check with another local and trusted loan officer for an estimate on your mortgage. For legal advice, check with a lawyer who can assist ... more
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Thu Feb 9, 2017
Prosper Realty answered:
Rates are still really good so I'd say now is the time to buy. Nobody can predict the future so strike while the iron is hot. I say go for it. Try contacting Home Loans For All. They've been excellent with market trends and analysis. I'll include a link to their website.

Good luck.
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Wed Feb 8, 2017
Ladan Asadi answered:
The current transfer fee is $5.10 per every $1000. I am a Realtor In Nevada.
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Fri Feb 3, 2017
Alysse Musgrave answered:
Interest rates and the cost of financing are based on the lender's risk. The higher the risk to the lender, the higher the cost to the borrower. Wait until your scores are around 640 before you try to buy a home.

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Wed Feb 1, 2017
Rlopez asked:
We don't want to present an Addendum - and there is already one "Seller's Response" fully executed. We want to know if we can submit a second "sellers response"…
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Mon Jan 16, 2017
Elvira Antonova answered:
Elvira Antonova with Chase International - Russian speaking Realtor in Reno/Sparks/Tahoe Nevada.
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Sun Jan 8, 2017
Randy answered:
Mountains Edge just completed a wonderful new park filled with everything a kid could want and an adult can admire peacefully on a long walk. It is safe and is fast becoming one of the most desirable areas to live in Las Vegas, Here are some statistics that I think might help you out.

Mountains Edge Overview
Average Price$388,970
Total Listings9552 Median Price$249,639
Average Home Average Price$388,970 Average Bathrooms2.80
Average Bedrooms3 Average Price by Bedrooms
1 bedroom$227,602
2 bedrooms$248,406
3 bedrooms$287,792
4 bedrooms$403,480
5 bedrooms$784,214

If you need anything let me know Randy Reinsch Berkshire Hathaway 7023551996 |
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Wed Jan 4, 2017
June Buerkle answered:
How do you know it is FSBO? The sign or the add should have a contact number?
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Sat Dec 31, 2016
John Greene answered:
Yeah of course!! Retirees also have the full right to buy their dream home.
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Fri Dec 16, 2016
Greentekfirst answered:
I found some very interesting and useful information in this article regarding Seller Financing and Owner Carry creative financing using Private money... ... more
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Mon Dec 12, 2016
Trisha8361 asked:
Looking for areas of foreclosed homes under $40,000
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Sun Dec 4, 2016
asgj1978 answered:
Well then maybe you shouldn't be asking other people to finance your home purchase and wait until you save your own money? The reason for the verification is that it is illegal to 'launder' money in the United States, and one way to launder money is to use 'ill gotten funds' to make legitimate purchases such as real estate. You don't get to rob a bank put the money in someone else's account and the 'borrow' it to by a house--and you also are not allowed to 'borrow' a down payment, it must be a gift that does not need to be repaid, if the people claiming to 'give' you money don't really have a lot of money to give away, then the bank would suspect that you are actually borrowing it and that would increase your debt-to-loan ratio. If you don't like the rules of borrowing someone else's money(as in the banks), then don't ask them for money. ... more
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Sun Nov 20, 2016
Nakia Woodson answered:
Many cities, counties and states have programs for first time homebuyers. Here in Las Vegas, NV there are grants that will pay 3-5% of the purchase price if you have not purchased a home in the past three years. Contact your local mortgage professional.
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Sun Nov 20, 2016
Nakia Woodson answered:
Many times the information on Trulia is not updated. Please contact me with the property address and I can assist you.
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Sun Nov 20, 2016
Nakia Woodson answered:
Please contact me with the specific property address and I can assist you.
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Fri Nov 18, 2016
Bradley Bellstedt answered:
In short, yes! You can purchase a home with no money down. However, unless you are a veteran eligable to use a VA loan, it's not going to be as easy as it sounds. There are loan programs available that will cover your down payment BUT in return, you pay a higher interest rate. Also, no money down is very different from no money. No money down would refer to a down payment but keep in mind there will still be an inspeciton to pay for, an appraisal to pay for, and closing costs to cover. (Usually about 2% of the purchase price) If you have additional questions, please email me at and I will forward your question on to a lender friend of mine that seems to know everything there is to know about home loans. Thank you. ... more
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