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Old 01-20-2016, 08:39 PM
 
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I know some real estate agents are on here. If anyone deals with USDA loans and properties can you Direct Message me? I need someone specifically in the Southern Indiana/Floyd County area. I'm in a frustrating rental situation and trying to buy something instead. Thanks.
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Old 01-21-2016, 07:11 AM
 
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I know some real estate agents are on here. If anyone deals with USDA loans and properties can you Direct Message me? I need someone specifically in the Southern Indiana/Floyd County area. I'm in a frustrating rental situation and trying to buy something instead. Thanks.
I myself am not an agent, but I will message you an agent I highly recommend. I used him and went with the Rural Housing loan as well
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Old 01-23-2016, 07:29 AM
 
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I had a good experience with a realtor last summer that my brother in law also used previously. I don't think there are any realtors on this section of the forum anymore. If you need any neighborhood advice just ask.
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Old 01-23-2016, 08:05 AM
 
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I had a good experience with a realtor last summer that my brother in law also used previously. I don't think there are any realtors on this section of the forum anymore. If you need any neighborhood advice just ask.
Thanks for the recommendation. I don't really need any neighborhood advice. I just sunk most of my money into moving/renting a home and the house has been a nightmare. So I'm look at the USDA route because it would require less down payment. I'm looking in the Floyds Knobs area or South of New Albany along the river. I'm familiar with the Knobs and south of New Albany is just rural. Thanks.
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Old 01-23-2016, 08:53 AM
 
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Thanks for the recommendation. I don't really need any neighborhood advice. I just sunk most of my money into moving/renting a home and the house has been a nightmare. So I'm look at the USDA route because it would require less down payment. I'm looking in the Floyds Knobs area or South of New Albany along the river. I'm familiar with the Knobs and south of New Albany is just rural. Thanks.
The knobs always gets my vote. That's where I live and that's where I did my rural housing loan. Also, the Rural Housing Loan requires no down payment most of the time
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Old 01-23-2016, 09:18 AM
 
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Yeah, the Knobs makes a lot of sense. I actually work at the school. Unfortunately, on an educators salary not much in my price range up there. But it is nice, I do wish they had a few more restaurants/retail in the knobs area. I'm surprised by how little there is, because that area has a ton of spending power.
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Old 01-23-2016, 10:52 AM
 
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Yeah, the Knobs makes a lot of sense. I actually work at the school. Unfortunately, on an educators salary not much in my price range up there. But it is nice, I do wish they had a few more restaurants/retail in the knobs area. I'm surprised by how little there is, because that area has a ton of spending power.
I agree with you 100%. In Highlander Pointe there are only a few fast food places and a couple "sit down" restaurants. But my guess as for the reason there isn't more, is where would you put more? The knobs doesn't have a lot of areas for "commercial" type stuff unfortunately. Georgetown is also a good area to look if you're interested in the Knobs since it's close by and still Floyd Co. and it's usually cheaper
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