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re: Which is a better loan deal? - theoldwiseone33
I say 4.25%, that lowers your payment around $100/m ETA: approx $100/m for every $100,000...
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re: Exterminators in Lafayette area. - theoldwiseone33
Reed's pest control will do a great job and be much cheaper. I think it's $150/year...
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re: Tyler Shelvin Northside HS to Notre Dame of Acadia Parish - theoldwiseone33
I heard one of his parents already found a place in Crowley. Can't wait to see what this kid will look like after he gets coached up by McCleary. I guarantee you Shelvin will slim down after going through the workout program at ND. He will be welcomed w open arms at ND. Great landing spot for him. ...
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re: How would one finance this home purchase w/ renovation? - theoldwiseone33
Check out the Homestlye loan. It's a brand new product and would perfectly fit your needs. ...
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re: Information for my fellow Real Estate Investors - theoldwiseone33
I'm saving as much cash as possible right now to be ready for the deals about to be on the market in next 2+ years. ...
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re: My newly acquired wealth. Now what? - theoldwiseone33
Talk to a local real estate investor and either become a hard money lender or use that $85,000 as a down payment on a multi family property. ...
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re: Foreclosure listings - theoldwiseone33
MLS will allow you to get REO's broken down by zip codes. ...
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re: What are you doing to increase savings in 2016? - theoldwiseone33
#10. Buy more real estate ...
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re: Nissan of Opelousas is crooked as heck.... - theoldwiseone33
[quote]quote: Giles His daughter is fine doe[/quote] Umm no she isn't. She is a freak tho...
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re: Investing in rental property - theoldwiseone33
Dive into bigger pockets podcasts and forums. You will find the answer. Don't let people tell you what you should buy. See what fits your goals and criteria and become an expert. Buying the first property was the most important step for me. Learned so much more than just reading articles. ...
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re: What % of gross annual income do you pay in Rent/Mortgage? - theoldwiseone33
[quote]quote: % of gross annual income to mortgage: 2.5% I think you're doing this wrong... its percentage on Monthly gross, not annual. [/quote] I have a high income and live in a small house ...
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re: What % of gross annual income do you pay in Rent/Mortgage? - theoldwiseone33
Only put down 10%, found a fixer upper that needed $30k, 30 year mortgage at 3.625...
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re: What % of gross annual income do you pay in Rent/Mortgage? - theoldwiseone33
% of gross annual income to mortgage: 2.5% City: Lafayette Type 3 bed 1,280sqft...
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re: Edna Karr vs Neville 4A Championship - theoldwiseone33
Neville by at least 3 td's...
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re: Condition of the real estate markets in Lafayette - theoldwiseone33
AM Design is a good builder. He is giving it to you at cost or maybe a small profit but $105/ft is an excellent deal. If you can sell for anywhere around $140/ft you are making a great deal. Do it 100 times if you can. ...
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re: Condition of the real estate markets in Lafayette - theoldwiseone33
Can't go wrong w/ paid off property on half an acre in Youngsville. What can he build it for per foot and what are the comps per foot? The answer will tell you whether it's worth it or not. Which contractor is buying it up? Is it a builder like Privat or DR Horton that goes cheap on everythi...
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re: Condition of the real estate markets in Lafayette - theoldwiseone33
[quote]I actually live in Broussard and want to sell my house which is probably about $230k or so and wanting to move into Lafayette in the $350 range. I hope to make this move in the next 6-8 months. I know where Sabal palms is and there is also Lexi falls. All of these are within 2 miles of my hou...
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re: Condition of the real estate markets in Lafayette - theoldwiseone33
[quote]Hope this is not too much of a hijack. We will be looking in the Houma/Thibodaux area soon. I am assuming prices will be sagging down there also? This is all oil/gas related, correct?[/quote] Sure will, Lafayette had sharpest decline in jobs in the country and Houma was 3rd. Certainly a buye...
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re: Condition of the real estate markets in Lafayette - theoldwiseone33
[quote] What price point do you think is being impacted the most?[/quote] No doubt it's the $300k+ market. 18 months of inventory on the market in some areas. Under $300k in Lafayette parish still has a slight shortage of houses so sellers are ok there. For example Sabal palms in Youngsville h...
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