how the heck do you buy a home in Orange County Ca.?

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  • how the heck do you buy a home in Orange County Ca.?


Answer #1 | 02/05 2007 12:14
Please be more specific. Price-wise? Get a Good Job.. If your looking for a house there, Try,,, etc.
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Answer #2 | 02/05 2007 12:18
you can buy anything you want with money and good credit.
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Answer #3 | 02/05 2007 12:14
Money usually works pretty well...
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Answer #4 | 02/05 2007 12:14
Have millions of dollars.
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Answer #5 | 04/05 2007 17:36
Well, I'm sure a realtor or someone like that there would be only too willing to help you. Then, for the cost, you can always get a loan. I bet there's a website that you can find some good homes. Personally, I would head to another place. There are much cheaper places to buy homes (if you're looking for homes, and not neighbors). A week or so ago there was in article in Yahoo! News about that. Also, if prices are too high, then try an apartment. In the local newspaper, they should also have a list of some apartments or homes available. You might want to check that, but it might only come in the Sunday paper, I wouldn't know....I'm pretty sure you can get newspapers just about anywhere in the city, though.
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Answer #6 | 02/05 2007 12:21
Apply in person in mexico city,take lots of dinero
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Answer #7 | 02/05 2007 12:15
If you're serious, look into first time buyer programs. They usually help with the down payment which is key in getting your monthly payment down. HUD is a great government sponsored one, but check out the city you want to buy in. Most major cities/counties have their own great programs.
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Answer #8 | 02/05 2007 13:14
I know how you feel. The reason you are having problems is because you are a smart consumer. You are looking for a home that you can afford. People who purchase a million dollar home and make less than 180K per year are either putting down a huge down payment (25%+ hmm....doubtful) or are stupidly using creative mortgages to get into the home. Be patient and keep looking. You'll find a home that you can afford.
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