I wouldn't do it. Solar companies vary and leases vary. Most of the leases I've seen don't save you that much money, and in the end you never actually own the solar panels. Seems like a waste of money for a small amount of savings and limit energy conservation. I've had buyers back out of a transaction several times because they didn't like the lease agreement.... more
How do I remove pictures of my home?I have claimed my home on your website and I want to remove the pictures. I was able to do so on Zillow, but can't seem to find out how on your website. I do not want photos of my
Tom.... The banks may not, but, have you seen places like this? Where you can SWOP" or rather, TRADE, your property for someone else? Its legit.... I almost did with my Italian house, ...but someone contacted me that wanted to buy direct.... take a look....and there are more like this.
SVA is as good or bad as you make it. The grounds are in good shape with a nice field for kids to play. We have a board to make rules and a Mgr. to inforce them Some times Mgr. forgets who makes the rules but as a rule it is a good cheap place to live. I'd move here again. I have few problems hear and a loaded shot gun if someone crosses my threshold and breaks in which has never happed to myself and II would not live here if I felt it unsafe!
I hope this give you some insight to SVA and do find a place you like here.... more
Hi Paula, Thank you for the question, and it is a good one (highly debated!). Though Bridgeport has a higher Mill Rate (figure used to calculate taxes), than the surrounding towns, you'd be surprised to know that the actual dollar figure per square footage isn't much different than the towns in the area, and most times are comparable or less than surrounding towns. If you look at a 1,500sqft home in one of Bridgeport's prime neighborhoods and compare to a 1,500sqft home in Stratford, the dollar figure per year would be similar. 1,500sqft in Fairfield will actually give you a higher yearly tax number. The difference is that the property value in surrounding towns are much higher so their Mill Rates are lower. Where in Bridgeport the property values are lower than the surrounding towns, making the Mill Rate higher. Because Bridgeport is Connecticut's largest city, surrounded by some of the countries most affluent towns, there some times is a negative contributed to the Mill Rate. However, inside the property taxes of Bridgeport are some positives. For example: In Bridgeport, the weekly garbage collection is a part of the property tax system (in Fairfield, it's paid separate). In Bridgeport, the public school system offers free breakfast and lunch for students (in surrounding towns, it's an added expense). In Bridgeport, there is no charge to compete in high school sports (some surrounding towns have fees), and there are other similar examples. Bridgeport also houses a bigger infrastructure than surrounding towns (police, fire department, etc...). I will contest that you will hear many different cases, however, I hope the above shines some light!... more
Good Morning Diamond, and thank you for the question. There are many available apartments for first time renters who have yet to established credit. In applying for an apartment, most landlords will want to verify your employment, credit, rental references, as well as require you submit a security deposit (to protect them against any loss) in case you vacate the apartment before the lease ends, or the apartment is damaged beyond normal wear and tear when you leave. You have the ability as a first time renter to make an offer on almost any apartment you find that meets your individual criteria. As a first time renter with unestablished credit, some landlords may be hesitant to accept your application due to your lack of rental history, but here are a few things you can do to make your application stronger. (1) Offer your potential landlord two months security, along with the first month’s rent…this will show you are committed to taking care of the apartment and honoring all the terms of the lease. (2) Provide both personal and professional references that your landlord can call…this will help establish the quality of your character (3) Add a handwritten note to your rental application. By adding a written note, you are able to give more information about yourself that isn’t asked on most standard applications. Must landlords want to have a sense of who their tenants are; by adding a written note, your application will stand out from the others, and you will have more control over what is presented to the landlord to review, before he makes a decision. (4) Be confident as you look for apartments, and don’t settle. Your first home is always the most memorable!... more
All listings on Trulia are generated by the listing Real estate agent; Trulia scans the MLS data base and posts that information to their web site. If you have your home listed through a licensed Realtor then your listing and corrections or changes should appear on Trulia within 72 hours after going live in the MLS system... more
100% Financing!!!! BELOW IS THE BENEFITS AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR VA LOANS!!!
VA Mortgage Loans are available today for both honorably discharged Vets and active duty military personnel. Here are some of the great features of this fantastic program:
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
- Up to 100% financing, with no down required.
- No monthly mortgage insurance added to your payment.
- More lenient credit qualifying standards than other types of mortgage loans.
- Low rates compared to other loan programs.
WHAT WILL YOU NEED TO BE APPROVED?
-Order your Certificate of Eligibility. A Florida VA loan lender can order your COE quickly for you, or you can go directly to the VA to obtain a copy. If discharged, you will need your DD214. The next step is to get pre-approved with an experienced VA lender.
-2 years tax returns
-Last 2 paycheck stubs
-Last two bank account statements
-600+ credit score (typically 640 is what most lenders look for)
-Same line of work for the past two years
-Money for closing costs
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