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State Missouri
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1039 Big Bill Road, Arnold, MO 63010

Missouri

Arnold

11205 E Us Highway 24, Independence, MO 64054

Missouri

Independence

818 S Limit Avenue, Sedalia, MO 65301

Missouri

Sedalia

1129 Brooklyn Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64127

Missouri

Kansas City

818 S Limit Avenue, Sedalia, MO 65301

Missouri

Sedalia

6409 N Oak Trfy No. A, Kansas City, MO 64118

Missouri

Kansas City

11427 Saint Charles Rock Road, Bridgeton, MO 63044

Missouri

Bridgeton

506 S Baltimore Street, Kirksville, MO 63501

Missouri

Kirksville

1202 Business Loop 70 East, Columbia, MO 65201

Missouri

Columbia

890 S State Route 291, Liberty, MO 64068

Missouri

Liberty


Frequently asked questions about cash loans in missouri

  • As long as you have cash, you can buy it at any age. Even 10. You just can't REGISTER it at that age - you can't DRIVE it on public roads. But the TITLE can be in your name - and the car can sit in a barn until you get a license. Now, if you don't have cash, and want a loan - you have to be 18 to get the loan.
  • I'm buying my first home and was wondering is this deal sounds good. Loan amount: $98188 (with mip funding fee) Rate: 3.25% Payment: $684.90 (with taxes & insurance) estimating what taxes and insurance are cash to close: Approximately $4407.87 Does cash to close mean down payment or is that something completely different? I have no credit I am getting an FHA loan. Thanks!
  • cash to close is supposed to mean that you need that much cash to close. Your lender has to break that all down for you- ask them. It is a little complicated- but yes- it sort of is the downpayment and some other things.
  • The cash to close amount is NOT the down payment. The down payment is a separate amount. Have you been approved for the FHA mortgage loan? This is normally not possible without a high credit rating.
  • You still have to pay the 3.5% down payment. Plus you will have to pay a monthly PMI FHA requires a credit score of at least 640.
  • Wow! That great! Yes cash to close means total cash needed to close the deal and move in!! Great deal!! Good Luck!!
  • I'm going to honnesty say sounds good and if ur happy and can afford it do if its a very nice beautiful house buy it cause while everyone is out buying cars u will have yourself a house u could find cheaper but sounds worth it.
  • We signed a six month contract with a remax agent in Missouri to sell our house. He first listed it 36K below market value because the way the market has been. Recently I noticed he dropped it another 10K without consulting us. We will barely cash out with paying off the loan and his commission. Not to mention the fact that he has failed to uphold a lot of what he stated he would do if we listed the house with him. Is this allowable? Would you believe this is grounds to be able to break the sale contract with him?
  • Not his decision. I would bust him out.
  • I live in Kansas City, MO and though I have held a real estate license never in the state of MO. My first question I wonder is where in the state are you because our neighbor is selling houses left and right and she is not coming down in prices. Unless you have a very pricing house and that 10K was his commission he just gave up. The reality is that he works for you - contact the broker at Remax or contact the real estate licensing board and gather information and then make your decision. I never ever drop the price and do not know anyone that has but make sure that you protect yourself every step of the way and find out the rest of the story first.
  • Although I do not specifically know the laws in Missouri, most states require the sellers' signature for a change in price other than the price you agreed to list the home at in your contract with the agent. First, call your agent's office and ask to speak with the managing broker. Alert them that you are unhappy with your agent's performance and tell them about the price change without your consent. Inform them that if immediate action is not taken, you will go to the state Department of Real Estate. Then, call your local Association of Realtors, as this is also an ethics violation. Finally, call your state Department of Real Estate and put in a complaint. Your agent could be subject to fines, penalties and possible suspension or forfeiture of his license. Start interviewing other agents, and ask friends, family & co-workers for recommendations! Good luck
  • You most definetly have grounds to break the contract. I would suggest you get your copy of the contract--call him and tell him the deal is off. When he tries to intimidate you with legalities tell him you are considering suing him for breach of contract. Even if he gets a buyer, you are not obligated to sell, no matter what the price. Good Luck
  • He's not allowed to do that with first consulting with you. Break the contract. Talk to other real estate agents ( they'll be happy for your business ) about it and they can direct you for the best approach.
  • In Canada we had to sign the change in asking price, this doesn't sound right to me.
  • Kick this guy to the curb and find another Realtor.What he did is illegal and self-serving.
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