You can ask your broker whether she/he belongs to both boards, mls etc. Then you just need to pay your dues and fees for both boards for yourself. You need to be under the same broker to avoid issues. A broker in San Antonio will not want to be responsible on things that you do in Dallas.... more
The leasing market is very hot and landlords are very picky in selecting their tenants. You can try submitting an application to an apartment that you are interested in and see what they say. Or if you can afford purchasing a home. With the rate so low often times your monthly mortgage payment is the same as paying rent, sometimes even less. Landlords need to pay their mortgage, too, so they are not going to lease if they are not making money.
You need to put yourself in the landlord's shoes. No landlord wants to rent to somebody with a recent eviction. They are afraid you will do the same thing to them. Landlords look at you thinking, if you had issues paying rent or refuse to pay or you lost your job, etc., what is to prevent you from a similar situation happening a second time? Goes to the old saying: Fool me once, it's on me; fool me twice, it's on you. You have 1 eviction. You need to explain how you will pay rent on time no matter what the circumstances are. No excuses.... more
HI,I am a loan officer with Sherman Bridge. We specialize in flips with rehab and with out. We have 12 month no prepayment penalty loans as well as a 30 year mortgage (rate and term as well as cash out.) I know your posted question is old. if you are interested in more info email me at email@example.com We'd love to help if we can.... more