my two cents

Bethpage, TN

#1 Jun 20, 2013
If you want to buy a home there are some people you want to stay away from in allen county or if you are going to rent be careful who you deal with.
being truthful

Bethpage, TN

#2 Jun 20, 2013
Does anybody know anybody that is honest to buy from.
why

Westmoreland, TN

#3 Jun 20, 2013
my two cents wrote:
If you want to buy a home there are some people you want to stay away from in allen county or if you are going to rent be careful who you deal with.
why? Please explaine.
Jack

Scottsville, KY

#4 Jun 20, 2013
Yes,Please Do,Explain.I was considering buying a home in Scottsville in the near future.
being expericed

Bethpage, TN

#5 Jun 22, 2013
Not universal investments or dyer and associates
Ugh

Carthage, TN

#6 Jun 22, 2013
Universal investments is terrible. They made our life hell for awhile. Should have pulled out of buying. They built our house and it is built terribly. The closet walls are crooked and our bedroom remains hot, even with the ac full blast.
Why Not

Baltimore, MD

#8 Jun 24, 2013
Why not Universal Investments or Dyer and Associates?
hearing

Bethpage, TN

#9 Jun 25, 2013
hearing wrote:
I have heard that if you buy from them that you pay in alot of money then you hit a hard time they will kick you out i think somebody should be able to put a stop to them treating people the way they do.
Because they are hooked together and they cheat people like i said you pay down alarge amount particular paying it off and then like I said hit a hard time and bam you have to find another place to live and loose all the money you put in.
Really

Baltimore, MD

#10 Jun 25, 2013
hearing wrote:
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Because they are hooked together and they cheat people like i said you pay down alarge amount particular paying it off and then like I said hit a hard time and bam you have to find another place to live and loose all the money you put in.
I don't know what you consider to be "a large amount" but most landlords require at least a full months rent for deposit. I've never met one that doesn't. As far as hitting hard times go, well, that's most people these days. Universal Investments or Dyer and Associates shouldn't let you live for free for months on end because you're having a hard time. Nobody gets to live for free in life. We all have to pay our bills.
citizen

Carthage, TN

#11 Jun 26, 2013
When buying a house, just a FYI... You go to the bank and work out your payments andType of loan.... The factor of putting money down is between your credit score and how much you were borrowing.... I have personally felt with dryers... Never had a issue..
well

Chicago, IL

#12 Jul 1, 2013
If you paid a large amount of money, if you told them you were paying in advance so many months I'm sure when u hit that rough time it wouldn't have been like that cause that was what the money was for. If you pay a large amount and don't specify your paying several payments at once then yes if u hit a rough spot you will sadly lose your house. That's the real world.
Patriot Dad

Elizabethtown, KY

#13 Jul 1, 2013
A down payment goes to pay closing costs and then on the principle of the loan. Never heard of a down payment going to pay future monthly payments.

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