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A few minutes ago
rfarmer124 answered:
FLA typically 10K-12K increase in value and when you add a screened in enclosure maybe 17K-20K.....now of course if your in the high range homes over 300K typically those pools are much nicer and will increase the value more than moderate homes with pools ... more
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Wrorme asked:
Hello, I am looking to purchase a list of people in my area who have closed on a house and/or been approved for a mortgage within the last 90 days. Do you have any information on how I can…
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Mark LeMenager answered:
There is no discount for cash in this area. I have previously demonstrated that with sales analysis.
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Mark LeMenager answered:
Trulia does not take listings. You need to go over to Zillow and post it and then Trulia will pick it up. And yes, I see mobiles with no land on here all the time.
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A few minutes ago
rfarmer124 answered:
You might want to talk to a local appraiser or two....maybe they can give you an approximation seeing as that is there business
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A few hours ago
Mark LeMenager answered:
Time for another three year update. Love how these old questions never die. It is no longer possible to buy an investment quality house for under $100,000 in the Orlando area. Those days are gone. As I said three years ago, St. Cloud is an excellent spot for value investing, but plan on the high $100's as a starting point. ... more
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Mark LeMenager answered:
No, not usually. Bankruptcies don't usually wipe out debt, they just restructure it.
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Sanchezgenesis901 asked:
I had many issue's with my last realtor i told her she was fired and i no longer wanted to sell with her. she told me if i did break the contract i wouldn't be able to sell my…
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Mark LeMenager answered:
No, it's not your mortgage, but the mortgage holder will likely be the party that ends up owning the property, not you.
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A few hours ago
Mark LeMenager answered:
This is really a question for a real estate attorney. The first meeting is usually free. If you paid for a separate termite inspection, that's probably who to pursue.
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