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Damianharden, Home Buyer in New York, NY
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Damianharden answered:
Impact of water damage can be very destructive if house owner does not address them timely. Moreover, if you suspect mold and other water damages attempt to remove initially and don’t get panic we have black mold removal service in Nassau County New York. They are well trained and experts in removing such water damages by using latest machines. Just one ring as they are available seven days a week to save us and our property too. ... more
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Wazbabes, Home Buyer in Alexandria, VA
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Doug Wilson, Home Buyer in Menard, TX
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Doug Wilson asked:
How do I get rid of the tool bar blocking the map. Also, the map provided with each listing is sometimes grossly in accurate.
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 Damianmartin, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
A few hours ago
Damianmartin answered:
The best way to hire a good and reasonable locksmith is to check what locksmith services your neighbors, friends or relatives have been availing. Then you can check classified ads for local service providers for home security solutions. http://www.locksmithbocaraton.co/ ... more
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 Fawn, Real Estate Pro in TX,
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 Fawn, Real Estate Pro in TX,
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tacoa sargent, Renter in 75165
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tacoa sargent answered:
waxahachie tx section 8 3bedroom 2 bath
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Jonathan Lah…, Real Estate Pro in Potomac, MD
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Jonathan Lahey of The Lahey Group answered:
Is this post is still active? or need a help? thanks
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Jessica Bate…, Real Estate Pro in Beverly Hills, CA
A few hours ago
Jessica Bateman answered:
Try The Lenders Network, they have gotten some of my clients approved with poor scores before. Good luck!
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Tartaaidre, Home Buyer in New York, NY
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Tartaaidre asked:
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Randjcreatio…, Home Buyer in Baltimore, MD
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Randjcreatio…, Home Buyer in Baltimore, MD
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 UpNest, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
A few hours ago
UpNest answered:
Good question. Have you had a realtor who knows the NYC housing market review it? www.UpNest.com is a great free tool to use. You can garner advice from seasoned realtors in NYC and consult with them for free. This may be the best way to get the most accurate answer you're looking for about pending property. ... more
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 UpNest, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
A few hours ago
UpNest answered:
My apologies and you're right. It really depends on your specific situation. If you're using a realtor to help you find a home to buy vs. finding a home on your own. Every situation is different. I was just recommending how UpNest can help you find a Chicago realtor that matches your budget and needs. Sorry for any confusion. ... more
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 UpNest, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
A few hours ago
UpNest answered:
Termites can be taken care of with the right exterminator. A good realtor can probably ask the questions and get the answers you need before purchasing the property. Have you tried using www.UpNest.com? You can consult with local NYC realtors for free and they can answer your questions honestly about the termites and the best exterminator to use. ... more
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Jimmy Payne, Real Estate Pro in Alpharetta, GA
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Jimmy Payne answered:
Very good question. The most recent sales price average for a new home with roughly 2000 sqft in zip 30342 is $525,000. You should probably subtract the cost of the lot from the price, depending on the size of the lot, $50k-70k and divide the sqft into the price, If you are hiring a builder yourself, you should be able to build it for less. ... more
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 UpNest, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
A few hours ago
UpNest answered:
Good question. A credit score is important but there are agents out there that can help with this issue. I would advise consulting with a realtor if you're a first time home buyer. Try www.UpNest.com. You can find a realtor in the NYC area who specializes in "first-timers" and ask all the questions you'd like for free before you hire. Hope this helps! ... more
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