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Austindogs, Home Owner in Austin, TX
Austindogs asked:
How can I get my home/pictures/ info OFF of your website? Please advise how I can remove data you have posted? The listing is no longer open on MLS. I have tried 'claiming' this home but have not way to delete the listing or even remove…
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 24, 2016 Tech Tips in 78737
Susie Kay, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Susie Kay answered:
Foundation Findings? What is acceptable variation in the foundation? I hear 2-3 is the norm and that no
I know this is an old discussion but it's applicable even today.

I would always discuss this with the experts, the foundation guys. Perhaps even talking to more than one companies.
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0 votes Share Flag Mon Feb 9, 2015 Tech Tips in Austin
Jeff Piggot, Real Estate Pro in Colorado Springs, CO
Jeff Piggot answered:
Foundation problems? To buy or not to buy?
If you were my client and you loved the house I would write the contract conditional upon a structural inspection. I don't think there is harm in going under contract but give yourself ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 10, 2014 Tech Tips in Austin
Phillip Baird, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Phillip Baird asked:
How do I go about selling a domain name? Last year I purchased a really good domain name for a real estate business in Austin. Turns out we went another direction and opened Austin Real Estate Shop and purchased the domain aus…
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jun 4, 2010 Tech Tips in Austin
Danny340, Both Buyer and Seller in Austin Addition, Round...
Danny340 answered:
Anyone know of a good Insurance Site to get quotes?
I still perfer www.cheapcarinsuranceco.com or cheapinsuranceco.com and cheapautoinsuranceco.com
0 votes Share Flag Wed Nov 25, 2009 Tech Tips in Austin
Josh M. Boggs, Real Estate Pro in San Antonio, TX
Josh M. Boggs answered:
Are there any resources available for finding investment partners for projects in the hill country?
Will,

Activerain is good, but depending on what kind of deals you're looking for... you may want to try the local investor associations. SAREIA is a good one to start with! http:// ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Nov 28, 2007 Tech Tips in Austin
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