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Peters & Associates, Inc. would like to say, “Welcome Home?” One visit to the Queen City and you’ll realize why this growing metropolis is known for being a world-class city with small town charm. As one of the nations building capitals our neighborhoods have affordable homes on tree-lined stree...
09/17/2009
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    Pre-Qualification and Pre-Approval Getting pre-qualified helps you determine how much home you can afford, based on specific financial information you share with your lender. The lender does not verify this information, and consequently there is no guarantee you will qualify for the loan amou...
09/17/2009
REO MARKETING Services Peters & Associates, Inc. is an high profile independent brokerage built around the most aggressive way to sell REO properties. The key element to Peters & Associates REO Division’s success is the level of customer service we provide and the demonstrated enthusiasm for the...
09/17/2009
GENERAL Checklist for Buying a House One of the most important things you can do is to make yourself a checklist as you search for, find, and buy a home. Child Care Home Depot Find tools, hardware and more. Lowes Home Improvement Lowe's Home Improvement, Appliances and tools, Featured Brands, De...
09/17/2009
    View Foreclosure Listings Buying a house from a bank doesn't work like buying a house from a private party. But if you know the differences, a bank owned property can be an excellent opportunity. The following information will help you understand what is involved in buying a bank owned home....
09/17/2009
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Foreclosure buyers are looking for simple services. When Buying they request: • Demographic and absorption studies, to ensure you get the best price possible • Coordinate all details of the closing • Keep all parties up to date • Coordinating repairs with contractors to ensure your home is ready...
09/17/2009
With good credit, many banks will loan the full price of the foreclosure or more. If the home is to be used as a rental, many banks will require only a 10% down payment. Individuals with a large amount of equity in another home may get a line of credit from their bank to purchase a foreclosure. W...
09/17/2009
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Most auctions take place at the county courthouse steps, and they pose disadvantages: Buyers might not be able to inspect the property, and they'll have to put up the entire purchase price the same day. The U.S. also runs auctions to unload homes it has acquired through defaults on federally back...
09/17/2009
Not all foreclosures are previously owned homes. Some foreclosures are new. These homes are not as easy to identify and rarely appear on national lists. In some areas, the slow economy has left many builders of new midscale and upscale homes at the end of their construction-loan periods without f...
09/17/2009
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Bank-owned properties offer the safest deal for inexperienced foreclosure buyers, "There's no risk. There are no taxes, no liens, no tenants to evict." A lender that's eager to sell might be willing to offer attractive terms. The lender might offer to finance the property at a below-market rate o...
09/17/2009
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