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Jacqueline asked:
Age restrictions & being pre cleared to rent by Park management are CLEAR, PRESENT & basically PLASTERED all over the listing yet Trulia, Zillow & their affiliates are not only SENDING…
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Jacqueline asked:
Happening I have a listing for a SENIOR /ADULT community. dEER TRAIL 2/2 PET FRIENDLY. I'm sorry if it seems that I am yelling but I have been woken up by a 20 year old for the LAST…
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Sonny Katz answered:
It will be tough. Most landlords require a credit check among other requirements.
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Jfw answered:
Do the math. 1. how long do you think you will be in the house 2. How much will you save per month for the one versus the other 3. multiply those two together and 4. compare to the cost of canceling. For such a small difference in the rate it would probably only make sense to cancel if you plan to be there a while and it is an expensive house. ... more
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Kkristich2 asked:
I'm interested in a house but it states possible "unresolved settlement issues"
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Prosper Realty answered:
Try contacting Home Loans For All. We've been sending clients to them for a while now and they've been great at finding them lenders. They have access or knowledge to a lot of different programs out there. I'll include a link to them.


Best of luck!
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Jfw answered:
The best chance you have for prices to lower is if interest rates go up, but that means that for the same monthly payment you won't be able to borrow as much. Good if you are paying cash, otherwise not good. It is a thinner market in winter so you might get a desperate seller then. There are very few home buyers between mid November and mid January, and not that many after that until the spring. If someone really has to sell you may get a bit of a bargain. If you mean when will the whole market crash like in 2007, don't hold your breath. ... more
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Prosper Realty answered:
I'd recommend contacting Home Loans For All. They work with a lot of first time home buyers. We've been sending our clients to them for over a year now and they've been great at helping find lenders for our clients. I'll include a link to them.

Best of luck!
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Lamar Clift asked:
I have several listings that have sold and I have entered the past sales information in both Zillow and Trulia. The past sale information is not transferring from Zillow, so when I enter…
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Jbrate asked:
you are stating a home that is NOT in foreclosure is and we need to know how to fix this.
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Blankchk asked:
No longer want my profile, please delete now. Thank you.
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PG asked:
I got some plumbing changes done without permit. I changed the toilet/vanity locations in the bathroom. There are no structural changes. I realized I needed permit after I made the changes.…
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