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What type of sale is this? Is this a foreclosed home you are bidding on?It really depends on a couple of things:First - what is the SELLER'S proposed financing? Many times the seller will tell you what type(s) of financing will be accepted...it could be an ALL cash sale or they may accept traditional financing.Second - what stage is the house is in? If it is almost finished there is a chance you can use traditional financing. If there is more than $5000 of work still needed it may be possible to go FHA 203K financing and have your repairs/finish out rolled into your loan. (If the seller allows this type of financing)I would think you need a Realtor to place a bid on your behalf. At least that's how it works here in Texas. Then your Realtor could investigate and find out what the seller's proposed financing actually is.I hope this information helps! Best of luck to you!Best Regards,Lea Simpkins, eCertified Pro, SFR, TAHSREALTOR®
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