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Neal R Monda answered:
first, spell too with one o! ;-)) Don't commute from JC to morristown...stay there...cheapest spot close to NYC and train to beach...Asbury Park.
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Sharonburns67 answered:
We are buying a home andthe person we are buying it from.is not doing what was said.she has insreauce on it i got hurtbecause she lied about the right away we had.can i do something.i could have died had 300 stitch s in face broken arm. Lung clause iam a mess ... more
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Austin realty junkie answered:
It's not one of the popular neighborhoods in Austin but we like it. My husband and I could pay for a much smaller home in central Austin but really like the space we can get in this neighborhood. We moved here in 2007 and then moved down the street in the same neighborhood to a bigger home a few years later. Harris Branch has really improved and our house has already appreciated almost $100,000 in 2 years. The landfill is the main reason that people steer away from this neighborhood but it really does not bother us. They already closed one of them down and the other will be permanently closed in a few years. The foundation does shift here but we found that this was less of an issue with older homes. We had engineers check out our foundation, and they said the shifting is normal and fine. If your home is newer, you need to water the foundation. Overall, this neighborhood is diverse and a hidden affordable gem. ... more
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Alan Perry answered:
Memphis is not exactly the best place to live but it's not that bad if you find the right person to be around my name is Allen I'm originally from New York City and I would love for you to move the Memphis hopefully I can get a chance to meet you and become very good friends if not more if you would like more information about me you can call me my number is 901-247-1555 hope to hear from you Pros are they have both good barbecue and there are some good people out here Cons high crime but if you know the right people you'll be just fine I'm actually someone that would be good to know looking forward to meeting you ... more
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Isioma Odum asked:
My husband and i are planing to buy our first single family home in about 6month(we both own our town-home). We both have excellent credit but he alone has job history. I am a recent graduate…
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Alan May answered:
I don't know your marketplace... so I don't know whether it is, indeed, typical for seller to pay the transfer tax. Transfers taxes are typically local... city by city. There may be mitigating circumstances.

Maybe you were in a multiple offer situation, maybe the property we underpriced and in high demand. We don't know the particular details of this transaction to tell you whether this is misconduct, or your Realtor taking good care of you.

Either way, the Realtor should have had a conversation with you, informing you of the options, and offering you the choice.
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
No. Housing in NYC is very expensive and your income is not enough to buy anything including a 1 bedroom coop. To buy a home on Staten Island you need an income of $100,000. or more. Your credit and savings is good.

To buy a home, you need cash for a down payment (at least 3.5% with an FHA loan + cash to pay closing costs. In NYC, closing costs is expensive.
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Beverlybrown530 answered:
I am looking for a section 8 house in Williamsburg Va.
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Starr asked:
I have a property manager and want to list him on my site..I am out of the country and my USA phone is not available. Want to post his.
Please help me post my 2 adds.
Same address ..upper…
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A few hours ago
Juneconner answered:
A 30 day notice.

Thank you for asking,

June Conner - homeowner
239 Robelina Palm Lane
Naples, FL. 34114
239-784-1020
juneconner@gmail.com
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