Meticulously maintained and updated Colonial on private 1+ acres in sought after Northside Neighborhood. Gorgeous 2004 Cathedral Ceiling Kitchen/Great Room Addition with lots of windows and a slider. A cook’s “dream kitchen” has an abundance of Birch cabinetry, 2 full size under the counter ovens plus warming oven, a beautiful desk area as well as a stunning curved 4 seat island, recessed lighting, granite counters, pillars and hardwd floors. Cathedral ceiling fireplaced family room. Entertainment size Dining room with wainscoting. Spacious Office or Living Rm w/hardwood. Great size bedrooms. Updated bathrooms. Finished Lower Level Family Rm with wall of custom built ins, Huge cedar closet and fabulous Workshop/Craft Room with double doors to exterior. Improvements include Boiler, Garage Doors, refinished Hardwd Floors, alarm and more!

This is a Colonial style home and features 9 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 1.36 Acres, and is currently available for $799,900.

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A foreclosure used to be a major black mark on your credit record and meant you could not obtain financing to buy another house for seven years. There is hope that if you have suffered through a foreclosure your ability to qualify for another mortgage may not be as compromised as you think.

Today most buyers will only have to wait three years and depending on the reason you lost your house, the wait could be even shorter. Some potential buyers they may qualify for a mortgage as soon as 24 months after the fact if the foreclosure was the result of “extenuating circumstances”. Extenuating circumstances could be a serious illness or the death of a wage earner. Things that are not considered life-changing events are divorce, a business failure or too much debt.

Waiting the required time period after extenuating circumstances won’t automatically qualify you for a new loan you also have to demonstrate that you can handle credit and afford the payments.

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