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Paul Carraro answered:
Hello Joan. Your best option is to connect with a top local real estate agent who can help you with options in Hillsborough County outside of Tampa. Having lived for years in the Tampa Bay area myself, I can share also that a top local agent can make a world of difference in your search for your new home. Often overlooked but also important is to research about the homeowners association including restrictions and assessments. Our licensed real estate company specializes in helping clients to connect with top agents in any market, including in Tampa Bay, and there is no charge for our service. Go to my website http://www.parkplaceconnects.com/pcarraro for more details, and please let me know for any questions. ... more
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Kyle Lo asked:
I would like to know the timing to pay for the security deposit, 1st month fee and agent fee. I was told by agent to pay all now, including agent fee.
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Planbee33 asked:
If the value of my property declines due to the loss of view, do I have any legal right to fight this ?
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Gloria Lawrenz answered:
You are crazy keeping any more money in a bank than you need to pay current bills due!!! GOOGLE bank "bail In's" and you will find out when you deposit your money in a bank it becomes the banks money. You become a unsecured creditor. If the bank is in a failure situation they can take your money in an attempt to help prevent a closure. Forget FDIC, they only have 250 billion to work with, which is a small fraction of the Trillions on deposit in banks across the country. Buy a bank foreclosed home or a FSBO, pay for it with your saved cash. Where to keep your cash until needed is a problem but you will work that out. Do not put it in the bank!!!. ... more
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Hopkinkathy2 asked:
Can a loan be obtained on a house with the well under neath the house?
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Susie Kay answered:
Have you consult with your realtor? If you don't have a realtor then I would suggest that you consult an attorney. Here in Texas realtors are not allowed to cross any part of the contract. ... more
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Michael Brody asked:
I am in the process of buying a fairly customized home which we love, but we are a bit confused. The build itself is the same as prior developments,
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Susie Kay answered:
No one can tell you whether it's a good time to purchase a home or not. No one can predict the market. However, you can always work with a local a realtor and ask for past performance of specific area. Then you can draw your conclusion from there. ... more
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Mandyw489463 answered:
There are plenty of people in Phoenix who do not want a pool. Houses in Phoenix are really increasing in value right now so I would say it is probably a good investment. That and self storage centers which seem to be popping up everywhere. ... more
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Mandyw489463 answered:
Is she going to be helping with your mortgage? The added income will probably boost what you qualify for but it will probably increase your interest rate. Phoenix is notoriously higher priced. I would look outside of Phoenix (Glendale, Peoria, Ahwatukee) where you can find just as nice a house for less. ... more
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