Hi im a single dad, myself and my 3 girls are looking for a 3b 1-2 b, in the Littleton area between Broadway & Lowell, I gave a housing voucher that pays all but with the rental market that has gone up having a hard time finding a place, any ideas, we've been looking for 5 months and still no luck... more
You are asking for two of the best products in the market to be combined. I doubt you will find that. Both of those products are their own are for the best of the best borrowers and you are asking them to be put together. Your time will be better spent choosing one product and going with it.
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Odors cling to fabric, so it's likely much of what you smell is the owner's furnishings. Since the odor will also be trapped in the carpet and drapery (if any) they will have to be professionally cleaned. Air conditioner filter(s) should also be changed and hard surfaces wiped down.
While not a replacement for thorough cleaning, there is also something called an ozone machine which can be rented and placed in the home. Depending upon the size of the townhouse and machine, you won't smell a thing after 1 to 2 days.
If you will make an offer on the home, definitely have your Realtor speak with the Seller's agent. If you have an issue with the smell, I'm certain you are not the first and it could be a bargaining chip. Ask you agent too about the Seller having the house professionally cleaned - and whatever they say - take their advice.
Thank goodness it's only curry. It could be worse, much worse!