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Jutzrn answered:
I have looked in the past for a second home in the mountains and had to show the realtor a prequal letter prior to looking.
I am currently about to sell and in our market, buyers expect you to reduce your price so look at homes just out of their price range.
I have shown my house to a couple I felt couldnt afford it but hoped that they would tell someone else about it.
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Pumpkin3536 asked:
My husband and I live in a manufactured home that we bought and paid for in full ($21,500) 7 years ago in Vancouver, WA. We are looking to move to Seattle, WA. I have found a foreclosed…
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Oceanpaydayloans answered:
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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you discuss this with your realtor. One question for you though, when you visit the property, did you look at the parking spot?
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Jmb25dfw answered:
I am a current Allen and former Mckinney resident. From my perspective Allen is friendlier and more socially cohesive. Because the entire town plan was more based on keeping amenities centrally located and shared. 75 splits the town in half, but unlike Mckinney there is little stigma to living on the eastside or in one of the few non mc mansion homes on the westside. Allen is more comfortable in its skin and doesn't try as hard as Mckinney to get noticed. It's more of a hidden gem that is a 2nd move location after arriving in Collin County. You land in Mckinney, Frisco or Plano as default relo-villes. But, once your here you wish you would have started in Allen. Allen really has grown up to still feel like a small town that you can live happily in cradle to grave. Allen is more evenly highly educated and ethnically diverse community that interacts across lines. Mckinney is more defined by the location, income and the subdivision you belong to. ... more
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Mark LeMenager answered:
Really depends on your budget and what your goals are other than renting. Are you looking to rent it to tourists when you are not here or do you want to be here full time?
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Ron Berman asked:
I am buying a home in Livingston NJ for around 675K.
Naive of me to not challenge my attorney but he never offered me choice of title company.

Now a week before close, i have got a…
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Mark LeMenager answered:
Bellalago is a residential community on Lake Toho. There is no vacation rental, just owner occupants or long term tenants, Reunion is a high end vacation resort. A few people do live there full time, but it is mainly vacationers. So depends what your goals are and what kind of lifestyle you are after. Feel free to contact me if you'd like to explore the area further. ... more
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Mark LeMenager answered:
Not sure what your question is. You are on Trulia and there are lots of condo's for sale on here.
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