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It looks like the obvious solution, makes the most sense. Just go and file the addition with the County. If the bathroom is un-permitted, then the appraisal issue will always come up, when you go to
The answer to these questions are always answered by your intentions. ARMS are often times good decisions, if one chooses to own the home for shorter periods of time. Then those savings in a lower rate
Hi Mike, As you begin to consider this option, it's important to understand the likely direction interest rates will be headed in the future. Because it is expected that the United States Government
Hi Jill, If this transaction is in California, I can help you complete this process. It would involve refinancing the property. If you have 20% equity in the property, I have a loan program that will
Your overall payment must drop by a minimum of 5% for the loan to be in compliance. Typically, a $140,000 loan amount should expect to have around 3% in fees ($4200), plus any taxes, and insurance reserves
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