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Bill Eckler-…, Real Estate Pro in Venice, FL
Bill Eckler-Florida, answered:
How do I get comps in this area to make an informed offer.?
This is one of the many services provided by real estate professionals. Consider contacting a local agent for their support.
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Mechelle Rea…, Real Estate Pro in Folsom, CA
Mechelle Reasoner (Gooch) answered:
The house I like is swarming with bees--large hives outside and smaller ones on indoor walls and closets. How does one get rid of them?
I would advise you to get a bee expert out to the house to tell you how they can be removed. Hopefully he can also tell you if they are inside the walls etc. You would need to know ju ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 19, 2010 How To... in Mansfield
Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in 03109
Scott Godzyk answered:
How to start a Foreclosure Clean/Trash Out Business? Any advice?
If you would like to get into the foreclosuyre cleaning business the 1 thing that most banks will ask for is insurance. Depending on state laws where you live, you may or may not have t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jun 6, 2013 How To... in Fort Worth
Allison Cast…, Real Estate Pro in Tarrant County, TX
Allison Castilleja answered:
who moves trailers? what are my reasponsibilty in the moving?
You might want to try the Texas Association of Structural Movers or call a company that sells Mobile homes. Here is a website that may give you some additional help: http://www.texash ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 3, 2010 How To... in Crowley
Cindi Hagley, Real Estate Pro in Pleasanton, CA
Cindi Hagley answered:
Barry Klompus, Profile# 362601. What I am trying to find out is if he has an login so I can change his contact info.?
He doesn't have his log-in information?
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 29, 2009 How To... in Southlake
Jon Wise, Real Estate Pro in Fort Worth, TX
Jon Wise answered:
how do u unblock websites?
Not sure what you mean. Can you explain what it is you are wanting?

Call me if it's easier.

Jon Wise
Keller Williams Realty
817.992.5782
0 votes Share Flag Fri Sep 18, 2009 How To... in 76112
Emmanuel Sca…, Real Estate Pro in Collin County, TX
Emmanuel Scanlan answered:
I'AM A NEWBIE IN THE INSPECTION BUSINESS. HOW DO I SELL MY SERVICES TO REAL ESTATE AGENTS?
Hello Steve,

You can start by using a real profile on Trulia. Who are you, where are you located and what is your company name? Hiding behind a moniker does not leave a good impres ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Feb 3, 2013 How To... in 76017
Dennis Ander…, Real Estate Pro in Rockwall, TX
Dennis Anderson answered:
How can I find out what two houses actually sold for on our block? Not the appraised value but the actual sale
Contact a local Realtor directly. We can provide you with a Comparative Market Analysis which will help you appeal the assessed value of your poperty.

Good Luck,
Dennis.Anderson@ce ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 5, 2013 How To... in 76013
Margaret T H…, Real Estate Pro in Montgomery County, TX
Margaret T Hatcher answered:
TX Realtor needing advice on working with clients combining households, e.g., elderly parent and daughter
Karen,
This happens all the time with husbands and wives. One has credit and the other is a MESS. Therefore we have only one apply for the loan. The house is in the name of Mary Jones. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 19, 2009 How To... in Fort Worth
Naima Sumner, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Naima Sumner answered:
Will paying off the two collections on my credit bring it up 20 points?
Depending on what the collection on your report it, you can save money by paying it off yourself. If you have a copy of your credit report, the contact for that company will be on ther ... more
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