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Susie Kay answered:
A few minutes ago
Susie Kay answered:
I'm not sure what you are asking. The landlord decides when to rent and when not to rent. Obviously the sooner it's rented the better as the landlord has to pay mortgage on the home. You'll probably want to start looking for house for rent late October. ... more
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Heather M Cubler asked:
I'm not able to keep running 7 hrs away to find a home can you please help me find a rental for $1,100 a month I'm trying to move by sept 1st
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Howard Rose answered:
Dusty Laurin, Allen or McKinney is your question and to be honest your answer in my mind would be both are okay, it just depends on what type of home you are looking for. Allen over all probably would provide you with a slower pace, not by much, both areas are extremely friendly and both have a few " Smith vs. Hatfields" type of families. If you are able to make a trip out to McKinney and Allen, I would suggest you do so and take a look for yourself. I am a local realtor and would be happy to show you around to help you decide. Please feel free to reach out to me for honest no BS answers. Look forward to serving! ... more
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A few hours ago
Kathy Burgreen answered:
This home is not for sale. You need to know that real estate websites like Zillow and Trulia obtain public information from counties across the U.S. Therefore judicial and foreclosures is public information. It does not mean the home is for sale. It can take years before the home is listed for sale. Currently this home is being held by a bank. ... more
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A few hours ago
Howard Rose answered:
What I have found is that only in the absence of value do customers really push for commission rebates. Starting from the buyers consultation (If one is even done) you set the stage so that your potential client knows what to expect from you and you from them. When and if the conversation of rebates do come up, have a clear understanding of what a 1% rebate really means. When you look at it, 1% is 1/3 or 33% of your commission, I do not know anyone willing to give 100% effort to receive 33% less. Could you imagine going to an employee and saying, for the next 4 months, I want you to give me your best to help me make the most money possible and by the way, I will be paying you 33% less of what your pay should be..oh to be a fly on the wall during that conversation. Bottom line, know your worth, be able to express it and then show it. ... more
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A few hours ago
Miao Yu asked:
She checked the box on the line for assuming an existing loan rather than obtaining a new one, which is the correct option. Should she correct it, or can I let it slide since the intent…
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Bnmorrow113 asked:
Property is 9.13 acres with barn and building, and is in a rural area but has public water/electric hooked up. Our credit is in 700-720 range and no history of bankruptcy or foreclosures.…
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Gloriakarns1013 asked:
When may I see this property??
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P Aylward asked:
I would like to edit information on open house and description. I can do this on Zillow site but not on Trulia. Is there a way to make these changes for correction and accuracy?
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A few hours ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
If you gave the listing agent copies, i dont know if there is a law against them sharing it. They would have to disclose anything found by law. If you had them sign a contract that they could not use or share the report, you may have a case. ... more
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A few hours ago
Howard Rose answered:
Jason, renting in Frisco is not impossible and not as hard as it may seem. There are some opportunities available to you if you only know where to look and who to look to. My team and I have helped several families with with credit challenges to include recent foreclosures, short-sales and divorce find the perfect rental home. Contact me and we can help you and your family as well find that perfect rental home. And no, there is no cost for my team and I to assist you. I look forward to speaking with you soon. ... more
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A few hours ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
Click on your name upper right. then go to listings and click edit.
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A few hours ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
Trulia does not edit listings, you as the listing agent can do it manually. Click on your name upper right, go to listings and edit
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A few hours ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
I would not. Hiring a good agent who can work for you can save you far more money then just collecting a small commission off what you buy. By becoming licensed, you open yourself up to liability and add a great deal of disclosure. ... more
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A few hours ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
If you had a signed agreement, then you most likely need a signed release of said contract before entering into a new contract. As always check with a lawyer regarding the legal aspect of contracts ... more
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A few hours ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
Most likely no, not without the possibility of a lawsuit Check with a lawyer who can review your contract and situation
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A few hours ago
Wonggee456 answered:
where can I find rent to own w/option to buy home in billings montana
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