Hello, I am looking for a home and interested in hearing about your home if its is still available. If you would like to follow up with me, I can be reached by email and then i can send you my phone number vs. putting my phone number on public website. My email is tashaboyd22 comcast.net, this would not allow me to put the @ next to my email after tashaboyd22.
Thank you, Mrs. Boyd... more
Changes to MLS listings are made by the subscriber who is the listing agent. If there's a particular question you'd like answered, contact them. It is unlikely they will share a report unless you are the owner of the listed property - however all changes to the "public" information are view-able by all.... more
That's a question that's best answered by an attorney and/or CPA, not realtors. Your attorney can discuss with you the legality aspect of each title and your CPA the tax consequences. You can select the title that suits you best depending upon what you are trying to accomplish and your current financial/family condition.
I would suggest that you read your lease agreement with your landlord again and go from there. If you are absolutely sure that there's nothing written about him being able to show the property while is being leased the you can bring that up and discuss with him.... more
No. I took a look at it a couple of months ago and the price was $2.2 million. It has a lot of nice features with a lot of potential but is in very poor condition. It will take someone with deep pockets to rehab it.... more