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#456897 - 03/11/17 01:46 PM Is it too soon to start?
*Kim* Offline
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Registered: 03/11/17
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Loc: South Carolina
Need some advice - My apt lease is up Oct 3 and I won't be signing another lease. It's not worth what I'm paying which is $800 rent alone. Add utilities and I'm paying about $1100.00. I'm wanting a house closer to work (Been there 2 years) but I don't want to buy someone else's problems or have to do a lot of upgrading on a house. I don't want to go over $100,000.00 but rather stay in the $80's. Not sure what goes on with the mortgage process or how long it takes I just want my ducks in a row when it comes time to tear the contract up and say I'm done with apts.
Is getting in contact with a realtor too soon or should I wait a couple more months?

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#456902 - 03/12/17 12:48 AM Re: Is it too soon to start? [Re: *Kim*]
JohnN Offline
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Registered: 11/21/13
Posts: 234
Loc: Minnesota
Before you start with the Realtor you need to get prequalified with a mortgage lender. Your first step is to start that process and see where your income and comfort level will take you.
For convenience you could sit down with the lender at whatever bank or credit union you currently use to start the process.
Good luck.

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#459328 - 10/09/17 10:37 PM Re: Is it too soon to start? [Re: *Kim*]
laurelsantos Offline
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Registered: 10/09/17
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Loc: Philippines
I actually just got a house loan. I think it would be better if you would familiarize your self first on the mortgage process before proceeding.


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#459330 - 10/10/17 05:43 AM Re: Is it too soon to start? [Re: laurelsantos]
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Originally Posted By: laurelsantos
". . . it would be better if you would familiarize your self first on the mortgage process before proceeding . . ."

I disagree; Kim can't wait any longer as her Lease already expired last week !

S/he who hesitates is lost . . . . or they solved their problem without informing us.
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#459331 - 10/10/17 07:23 AM Re: Is it too soon to start? [Re: Vermont]
JohnN Offline
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Originally Posted By: Vermont
Originally Posted By: laurelsantos
". . . it would be better if you would familiarize your self first on the mortgage process before proceeding . . ."

I disagree; Kim can't wait any longer as her Lease already expired last week !

S/he who hesitates is lost . . . . or they solved their problem without informing us.

They might be living in their car waiting to hear back from us. laugh

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#459349 - 10/12/17 12:08 PM Re: Is it too soon to start? [Re: laurelsantos]
Long Walk Offline
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Registered: 06/27/08
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Loc: New Hampshire
" actually just got a house loan. I think it would be better if you would familiarize your self first on the mortgage process before proceeding."

Good initiative on offering your advice.

Echoing other posts, you may be tardy.

Like this: what did the doctor say to the skeleton in the examining room? You're a little late, aren't you?

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