01-06-2008 11:04 AM
01-06-2008 02:23 PM
beach123 wrote:My debt is now just starting for 3 years for $463, the other one I can get under 10 months. I'll have to come up with other measures then because there is nothing available where I need to live for that priceThe one lender said I could qualify for $141k with the debt ratio (thought I had a property for a steal at $145k) but it's sold!I'll just have to watch and be careful as I don't intend to get into any crap loan...I'd go 40 yrs too but it seems to make about a $50/diff, but with the economy going in the tank $50 is $50!!Thanks!
01-06-2008 02:31 PM - edited 01-06-2008 02:34 PM
camilleandbella wrote:You mentioned that you helped someone in Hernando County. Do you fly out to Florida prepare the documents?Another Question.......I was on realtor.com looking at houses in my zip code and came across this.
ORLANDO, FL 32822
MLS ID# S4625954
What exactly is a short sale?
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