Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Credit Repair Advisor
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Take your Deeds with you.
Good luck and may God bless
I'm not specifically knowledgeable about Ohio, but you might try contacting a local title company to see if they might be willing to research it for you.
Much depends on the contract you signed with the company terms and conditions governs what needs to take place.
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Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Da ... more
Your question is a good one.....sellers often "go over board" when preparing their homes for resale. In most cases, this is not necessary and should be avoided.
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Your agent can help you with the current comps, as a Zestimate is not always a good indicator of value. Personally, I wish my Zestimate was right for my home, but that ... more
However professional code of ethics would prevent us disclose that information. Check the county website for that in ... more
This question is posted in Texas not California
If you're referring to the owner of the apartment building, you might start your search by contacting the Los Angeles County Appraisal District:
http://assessor.lacounty ... more