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Marcia Low asked:
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Dinnyjr answered:
can a resort owners government charge ocean front property owners greater fees to re-furbish the beach than other property owners who do not front on the beach
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always.amazed asked:
I tried to change my email address, but when I pressed the button to save, nothing happened. I tried several times, and when after some time, I re-pressed the button to save, which resulted…
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tamika williams asked:
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Mark LeMenager answered:
Hi Chris, not an uncommon idea. I've helped lots of buyers here in the Orlando lock in at today's prices with a eye towards moving in a few years. The place to start is what will you be looking for in 2 or 3 years. Lifestyle, property type and size, work commute (if any), etc. Click on my picture, read my reviews, happy to help you, too.
Rent wise just about anything in the Orlando area rents quickly. And housing is even tighter now that Irma has taken some rentals off line for a while.
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Steve McRory answered:
Yes, Stated Income ALT loan programs are available to 90% LTV - no PMI www.StatedIncomeAlt.com
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Sarah answered:
The seller's agent should have kicked in a part of his/her commission to cover the appliances. I mean they do make about 3%. I had an agent that did that on a similar issue and we closed with no issues. He did earn his commission. ... more
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Njp.assistance answered:
The tax that you pay is on the modular unit itself not the property tax. Therefore the property management or owner has the right two evict, set rules and regulations, and your rights are to your own home only which can be moved if the taxes are paid up to date. But yes Park management has the right to lay down rules they should have been presented to you before you went into the park. ... more
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Juliefuston answered:
How long after completing application does it take just to find out if you are approved for a home loan.
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LEAH WEAVER asked:
Could you please adjust the listing to reflect the correct price?
I have tried to do this several times this week, but no change.
Thanks. Lee
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John answered:
Looking for rent to own in downriver mich
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Mailforjustincowan answered:
I have several multi units and Southern California available should you have any interest please email me at jccapitalinfo@gmail.com
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Rqregier answered:
Hi Josh!

Bottom line is you are not required to have your own agent/realtor to set up a viewing. However, asking the agent/realtor that places the house for rent means that you are meeting with the agent who represents the landlord. The landlord's agent is required to tell them everything they learned about you so be aware of that fact in case you intend to attempt a negotiation on your own. If you do not want an agent to represent you, then you may contact the listing agent as they are duty bound to be honest with you. Best of luck!

Rosa Regier, Realtor
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Roberta Eastman answered:
Babyfat472, Im not sure what you question is. I would encourage you to not put your address on the internet. If you need to reach me, you can contact me through the trulia schedule and appointment to see the home. Let me know if you have any questions, ok? Hope that helps... ... more
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Roberta Eastman answered:
Hi Artwillkeep, $250 for a down payment or $250 for month each rent? Either way, you may need a bit more than that. What are you trying to do, rent or buy a home?
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