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Lflur asked:
He signed a Texas special warranty deed but his name is still on the mortgage.
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Mw489463 answered:
Depending on your budget there are some good rental options in the Biltmore area. I would avoid anything on Indian School.
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Mw489463 answered:
I feel like that is not the type of business that I would want to work with so I would find a new real estate company to work with. Unfortunately you are probably out the money.
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Magikdesignstudio asked:
'exclude' pools. The ability to exclude listings with pools. This has been the most frustrating experience from a home buying perspective as I find a great looking home, then a…
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James Cappello answered:
Hi there, I'm in the East Bay of the SF Bay Area (no, not under water yet!) and am needing 1 or 2 USED Supra or GE iBoxes. Prefer the iBox BT LE (blue tooth) but open to the older model. See some older posts here. If you're in the East Bay or San Joaquin Delta area (sons goes to st. Mary's in Stockton), and have 1 or 2 you can sell, let me know. Thx! -James (925.354.1200). ... more
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Rentalinfo asked:
This property is not furnished. Please update ad.
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John "J.R." Rutkowsky asked:
I'm a Realtor and I have an interested client, but the listing has no seller contact info!!!

#105-109 Broad St., Stroudsburg Pa 18360"

Regards,
J.R.
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SunnyTimes answered:
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Under contract and sent the Seller Requests for Repair for several clear and significant structural issues with the home (one was even termed as "hazardous" by the inspector). The home has been on the market for a while so it is doubtful that this did not come up in previous contracts (my logical assumption). Can the Seller claim "they never read it" (my terms with copy of Home Inspection) so that they could continue claiming ignorance with the next set of buyers (should they not do a Home Inspection, they will be stuck with a lemon)?

If they CAN claim "they never read it and therefore know nothing to disclose" then how can they really make that claim? Someone HAD to tell them NOT to read it. Their Agent, perhaps? Wouldn't their agency then be liable / culpable for not disclosing the severe issues in the home to future buyers?

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Vicki asked:
just to let you know some else is posting this for rent at 650 a month. and only to move in for less than . 1.200
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