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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you consult both your attorney and your lender before making any move.
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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you read your contract again. If there's an agreement to sell and it is signed by both then it's binding. I would suggest that you hire an attorney at this point and have the attorney explain what your legal rights are and how to take care of this situation. ... more
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Judiemaronfriend asked:
Can you please tell me how I can stop receiving results for properties for which I have absolutely no interest! I went to my saved searches and marked them accordingly and I am still getting…
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Kathleen Walter Lutz answered:
204 Hill Rd Westampton NJ is not in foreclosure and is not for sale.
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Rpaulk71 answered:
You should give https://www.Ways2Rent.com a try. This company offers a guaranteed approval to rent again, even if you have evictions, broken leases or low credit scores.

They will allow you to pick and choose the apartment or house of interest then get you approved for it. It is a very interesting rental concept they offer but it works.

Give them a call and talk to one of their second chance apartment agents at 1-800-934-9807
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A few hours ago
Rpaulk71 answered:
You should give Ways2Rent a try. This company offers a guaranteed approval to rent again, even if you have evictions, broken leases or low credit scores.

They will allow you to pick and choose the apartment or house of interest then get you approved for it. It is a very interesting rental concept they offer but it works.

Give them a call and talk to one of their second chance apartment agents at 1-800-934-9807
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Viciousvicio7 answered:
I need a loan of 50000 to get a Classic Car but having a base score or no credit is the problem the money to be paying is not an issue but getting a bank to give me a loan cause of my credit is the problem. Help? ... more
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Linda Overcash answered:
Both names or on the deed the mother of 4 has passed. If the father of 2 passes is his children able to sell the house and leave the others out
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Flypaco1 answered:
Having built and sold homes for almost 20 years; this was my experience. I would always give a listing to an agent, upon request. Without exception, the realtors would claim that I was asking too much money for the home and that the price should be reduced. The homes were actually fairly priced. I had an advantage because I was selling my product with honest enthusiasm and not confusing prospects by showing them 10 different homes. During the 20 year period, the only homes sold by realtors were the first 2 or 3 built. I began to do the selling myself because there was always a discrepancy in perceived value. When I sold my last personal residence, a realtor had the listing, provided great advertising and open house presentations but could not sell at the fair asking price. I offered someone involved with the development a fee to simply have the next qualified party, who entered the neighborhood for the purpose of looking at homes for sale, ring my door bell and ask to see the house. Sold at asking price; they loved the home which was an awesome home for the full and fair listed price and I paid the lady who did this for me the agreed upon amount. ... more
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19andros59 answered:
my letting agent has become dormant, can i take my property away from them
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