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Wiselayla asked:
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Megan8908 answered:
I received the same scam for a different address. Where they messed up is that they stated they were moving to the town I just moved from and that I know for a fact there is no such organization or program by that name in that city. Beware. If it sounds to good to be true it is. ... more
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Sssneat asked:
I am selling a home (FSBO) and updated the information on How long will it be before the updated information shows up on Trulia?
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Shirin79 asked:
Is it better to buy investment property in long Beach Or Santa ana? They are both still affordable but I'm wondering which one will grow more.
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Lorrain_olsen answered:
We owned a home with radiators for 5 years, then in 2 with baseboards for 30 years. I will never live in a house with baseboards again. My mother-in-laws ranch, built in 1953, has forced air and I have no allergy problems there. Forced air is the most effective way to add air conditioning. Baseboards are ugly and I'm tired of cleaning them, they are dust and dirt magnets. ... more
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Sandy87v asked:
We have been pre approved for $200,000 FHA loan. Our agent has us looking at homes $200 and under. A family friend ask why that is. She has purchased a few home. Her home and few they rent…
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Faith T answered:

Please feel free to follow these steps:

1. Click the buy tab on our homepage.
2. Enter preferred area in the search bar.
3. Enter any filters such as beds, baths, etc.
4. Click the "more".
5. Select preferred lot size, then click "search".

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Toketee1 asked:
I used a false address to avoid "drive by's" in my $3500 Tunnel Road "area" listing and the photo is terrible and incorrect! I need help with putting the real picture…
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Mmbryant76 asked:
Had inspection/re-inspection (but not for septic tank).
Purchased under HUD grant.
Other repairs also needed (chimney, etc.).
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A few hours ago
Sheryl Arndt answered:
Hello Mysusan, your insurance would pay for replacement of your whole kitchen if it was covered and was not flooded by outside water as it may be considered flood which you need flood insurance. If it was a broken pipe, dishwasher hose, washing machine hose, etc then it would be covered by insurance.

You can sell it like it is at a discounted price to an all cash buyer or buyer with 203k loan to fix it up. You should speak with an agent to evaluate a fair market price with and without repairs.

Do you want to list it for sale with an agent or by owner? Are you looking to buy again locally or rent or what are your plans?

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