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Flossie818 answered:
Make sure the contractor IS BONDED, INSURED & have WORKERS COMP!!
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Wayne Clark answered:
Hi Sandra, Trulia and Zillow are one and the same. It seems most of their efforts are put into the Zillow site. You may try contacting Zillow.

Good luck
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Rebecca McQuilkin asked:
Me and my fiancĂ© are looking into getting a first time home buyers loan but we both are new to having a credit score and both of ours are lower than 600. We also have no money to put down…
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Lgroves5874 asked:
Where are the other 4 photos I posted. It states I have no pictures? Can you please advise how I can access the photos and description I saved? Also, when the number of people staying…
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jdross asked:
Looking to buy a foreclosure as an owner/occupier. The home we like is in a great area, and has been on market just over 2 weeks. It is listed at $200k currently, and is a big home but needs…
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Laura Hoehn asked:
My credit 700-720 my husband 690-700
We just stared a business last year. Income at 25k a year. Was looking in around 90k/110k for a house. 5% down. No open loans. About 15k in credit cards.…
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Paul Carraro answered:
Hello Lbrun. Like for many questions, the answer on the added value of a 4th bedroom is it depends on the neighborhood, how many 4BRs there are in that neighborhood, the season, market conditions, and other variables. And often the added value of sewers versus septic tanks is substantial, but there are exceptions in Florida. A top local licensed real estate agent who works in Volusia, Brevard, or Orange counties can assist you with these questions and with prospective properties that can meet your needs. Having lived in Florida myself, I can share also that a top local agent can make a world of difference in your search for your new home. Often overlooked but also important is to research about the homeowners association including restrictions and assessments. Our licensed real estate company specializes in helping clients to connect with top agents in any market, including in Florida, and there is no charge for our service. Go to my website http://www.parkplaceconnects.com/pcarraro for more details, and please let me know for any questions. ... more
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Derek Jones answered:
It's all a matter of the listing agreement. Does the listing agreement mention a discount commission for dual agency? Real estate agents also need a place to live and nothing unethical about buyer for investment purposes either.

Are they properly marketing the home per the listing agreement?
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