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Jeri Patrick, Real Estate Pro in Pooler, GA
Jeri Patrick answered:
How do you get listed in the safe neighborhoods, good schools, good walking, etc. areas?
I would contact a local lender to set you up on alerts for the neighborhoods you would like. Best of luck
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Annette  Law…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Harbor, FL
Annette Lawrence answered:
Do you take a commission buying/wholesaling properties?
If you are an agent you should direct your question directly to your BROKER.
That is what you are paying your broker for.

Let me get you started.
If you understand the investment b ... more
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Jessica Hood…, Real Estate Pro in Gambrills, MD
Jessica Hood & Laura Roskelly answered:
Hi All pros Question about Landlord\Owner rental license, I signed contract with owner to find tenants in Baltimore City. Owner doesnt have rental
You should be familiar with all areas you serve so that you can give your clients expert advice. The Landlord will have to have a rental license in place before he can accept or move-i ... more
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Ruth Maier, Real Estate Pro in Lutherville, MD
Ruth Maier answered:
I have a client looking for a 2 bedroom condo in Owings Mills, Pikesville or surrounding area that allows pets. Does anyone have a condo for sale?
Cindy, right now my condo in 21209 is rented, but I believe it may be available for sale this summer. It is in rockland run and they do allow pets! Ruth Maier.
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Suzanna Wood…, Real Estate Pro in Springfield, VA
Suzanna Woodhead answered:
With all the agencies out there, where would you recommend a new rookie agent to sign on with to get the best education and greatest experience?
I love Re/max where I am now. I started out at a different company and then moved to Re/max. If I had it to do over again I would find a high performing Re/max agent who needs a new tea ... more
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Jeanne Feeni…, Real Estate Pro in Bernardsville, NJ
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Whats the best advice for a new agent that likes their office but is not receiving any training. Other than switching,is there independent training?
Hi Newbie, I just wanted to add that in my opinion a Broker that invites "newbie's" in has a responsbility to train. Consider that - if you aren't finding what you n ... more
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Agnes Tabor, Real Estate Pro in Naples, FL
Agnes Tabor answered:
How common is it to have to split your "agent bonus" with your broker?
Hello Patrick,

First be sure to disclose, to your broker,that a bonus is coming.

They all seem to have their own rules, fortunately I am now with a 100% office and do not have to ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 3, 2011 Agent2Agent in 21228
Tim Moore, Real Estate Pro in Kitty Hawk, NC
Tim Moore answered:
What is the timeframe for counteroffers in Maryland? In otherwords, when can the Seller accept another offer if their counteroffer wasn't
The quick answer is they can accept an offer anytime they want to. They can ignore or accept anytime. Once they accept one and sign it, then you are locked into the terms of the contrac ... more
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Wayne Curtis, Real Estate Pro in ,
Wayne Curtis answered:
What does it really mean when my listing is in the Historic District in Baltimore. Also how can I find out for sure as the online map is hard to read?
Both previous answers are correct in that they draw a distinction between local, or CHAP, and National Register Districts. But, they don't really tell you what it means in non-bure ... more
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Eric Hollis, Real Estate Pro in annapolis, MD
Eric Hollis answered:
Are others having issues moving things quickly in the $600k price range IN THE CITY?

One thing you may want to try is getting a few more pictures and show how large the town home is. I also work for a company called Mouse on house. I have several agents in the ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Oct 30, 2009 Agent2Agent in 21224
Rebecca Reev…, Real Estate Pro in Lutherville, MD
Rebecca Reeves answered:
How is Homesale,Inc. and Chase Home Finance LLC link
I believe that HomesalesInc is the REO division of Chase Financial and Chase Home Finance LLC is the mortgage division - so if Chase Bank is the parent - they are siblings. Chase is f ... more
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Emily Erekuff, Home Owner in Menifee, CA
Emily Erekuff answered:
I am looking for the 2 or 3 beds home(condo or townhouse) near 21209
Hi Tatjana,

I did a search on our site for 5700 Cottonworth Ave and our site brought me to the link below which shows available homes near this address. I also refined the list to sh ... more
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Jeanne Feeni…, Real Estate Pro in Bernardsville, NJ
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Does anyone use Value Price Range? What are the pros and cons you've experienced?
Interesting, just today I visited a VPR listing - and yes, it was a Pru listing. It was a bit confusing to the buyer but we used it as an indication of a possible range for evaluating ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Aug 3, 2008 Agent2Agent in Baltimore
Brandon, Both Buyer and Seller in Fairfax, VA
Brandon answered:
Are there any real estate agents out there who need a reliable Loan Officer to work with?
My name is Brandon. I'm looking for a reliable real estate broker to refinance rehabs. Looking forward to hearing from you. Contact me:
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 22, 2008 Agent2Agent in Baltimore
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