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Have you tried using a mapping program like Google Maps? You can enter the address and see what is in the area, including parks and schools.
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You can but depending on where you are in the transaction the decision to do so could be costly. You don't way why you want to break the agreement. The reason could have a lot of bearing on the answer as well. I would strongly suggest you discuss this with your realtor and also with your attorney if you are using one and then make your decision knowing all the consequences of cancelling.... more
Your exact location will have a bearing, as well as the accessibility of the pool and it's size. Local contractors will most likely compete for your business right now, as business is slim. Consult with at least three, make sure to get references, and check your local better business bureau or similar trade organization. In my area (midwest), the last one I was involved with (last Summer) cost $12,000; but, the area was extremely tight and required a lot of hands on work because equipment wouldn't fit.
If your name is on the deed with your husband you will not be able to get another FHA loan - you can only have one FHA loan at a time - if your name is not on the deed then yes you can. Thanks Jim... more
FHA only allows you to have one FHA loan at a time. Once you pay off your existing FHA mortgage you ca borrow with FHA again on future purchase. There are other options today that may be better than FHA anyways. If you would like to talk or need more information just get in touch with us and we'll do what we can to help you.
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You will have to have your husband you are separated from refi into his own name only, or qualify debt to income ratio wise with both mortgages and be financially prepared to be able to pay both mortgages if your husband were to default.... more
FHA only allows one loan at a time--for additional information, consult with any qualified loan officer(s), depending on your situation, maybe other suitable options can be found--then go from there.... more