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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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Spzt777 answered:
Does the house have to be appraised for the amount we are asking for the loan
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Diamond57.mj answered:
I'm a 61 years old female and will be 62 in 5months. I was in a fire 5 months ago and the state give me TRA. I can not find an apartment in east orange, please help.
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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you talk to an attorney. Also review all your documents again. When you technician said there was nothing wrong, did you have this in writing? Did you give a copy to buyer? Did you purchase a home warranty for buyer? ... more
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MONYCA WHITE answered:
I'd love to see this function. I'd want to make notes on my saved homes that only the people I've shared my saved homes board with can see. I'd save notes like "Loved the backyard on this one!" or "Need to redo kitchen" etc. I share the board with my husband so he could see the features I was interested in. ... more
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Susie Kay answered:
It depends on how the contract is written and at what stage you are now. Have you passed the option period? Have you passed the financing period? What do you mean by fund is available? Did the lender decline your loan? Where's your realtor? You should be asking her your question as she knows the details of you transaction. ... more
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