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Johnnyravenhair asked:
I'm a young novice real estate investor South Las Vegas. If you or somebody you know is a RE investing mentor, please email me at johnnyravenhair@gmail.com or leave me a comment. I'll…
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Mary answered:
Hi,

Please follow the instructions below on how to find a Section 8 rental listings.

1. Click the Rent tab on our homepage
2. Enter your desired area in the search bar and hit Enter
3. Click More, enter the keyword 'Section 8', and click Search.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
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Mary answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

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Mary
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Brenda Davidson answered:
You will not find that in Summit County. You can find one bedroom in a shared home starting at about $900+/month, depending on the location. Usually any opportunities for pets have been taken by the roommates already living there.

If you don't want a shared place, a two bedroom apt. runs from $1900 - 2400+/month. IF pets are allowed, you may have to pay more per month, or like one I just looked at, purchase of a $500K pet liability policy for the length of the lease, plus an extra deposit, AND $100/month additional. Per pet.

It seems like everyone up here has at least one dog, but fewer and fewer landlords are allowing them, and the others are cashing in on them. Good luck.
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Christine.brown answered:
I do not i know. My neighbor is selling his home, which over extends to my property line.
What should I do?
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Lonnie Hand answered:
As a certified mentor for eXp Realty I can comment on the training that we provide to new agents. Your first question is about split. eXp has an 80/20 split with all agents having a low attainable $16,000 cap at which time they get 100% commission. If they do 20 transactions past cap each year & attend both company conferences they are eligible to get their entire $16,000 back in company stock. A quarter of which they an cash out after a 6 mo. holding period. The rest is vested. eXp also has 6 ways agents get stock awards for production, i.e. doing what they should be doing anyway. Upon joining eXp a new agent is paired with a mentor who essentially does a bit of hand holding and helps that agent with all aspects of being a realtor and the path to success such as prospecting strategies/buyer and seller consultations/contract write up and negotiations all the way through closing. As we are a very agent-centric company the idea is to help agents reach a certain level in building their business. The mentor program is only for the first five transactions and the mentor receives 10% from those five transactions, unlike other brokerages that may keep agents into a long contract. Additionally we have a cloud brokerage meaning collaboration happens in a virtual environment through technology that many med schools and pharma colleges use to collaborate called VirBela http://www.Virbela.com which lowers expenses for the agent and allows them greater efficiency. Within this environment agents can attend 30+ hours of live training events and business coaching each and every week such as
* Mastermind for eXp Agents
* SkySlope Basic Training
* XCamp
Learn the latest technology tools that influence real estate and your business.
* Kunversion 101
* 4 Step Plan for Success
* eXp Orientation
* Orientation Tools
* Grow Your Business Coaching
* WordPress Workshop
* Sales Coaching
Sales Talk and coaching with National Sales Performance Coach Bill Crespo.
* Build Your Revenue Share
* eXp Tools for Success
* eXp eXplained
* Millionaire Agent Mastery
Join Rick Glade and experience the power of focus, consistency, and accountability in this simple to follow yet powerful program. Introducing the world's best wealth creation training class for people in real estate who wish to become super achievers.
* SkySlope Basic Training
* The Math Behind Lead Generation
We have an open door policy to ALL agents so please feel free to check out our campus and attend a training. http://invite.exprealty.com Would love to take you on a tour of eXp World!

I wish you much success!
Lonnie Hand
eXp Realty Certified Mentor & Agent
980-253-3861
http://www.HowToChooseAbrokerage.com
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Mary Wilson answered:
A home can be pending with a buyers contract adding a property still to sell. Usually, agents don't tend to show the home when there is/are contingencies to be removed.
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Lauren Hiers asked:
My fiancĂ© and I are looking to move to Jacksonville,FL sometime in July. He is with the military and I'm a nurse so we are looking to rent, preferably a home, somewhere between the naval…
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Evelyn Whitman answered:
At the top of the search page are some drop down menus. choose the one that says "All Home Types" the just click the types you want.
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Evelyn Whitman answered:
At the top of the search page are some drop down menus. choose the one that says "All Home Types" the just click the types you want. Then drop down the "More" menu and choose "Pets Allowed" they don't differentiate between small or large dogs there. you'll have to read the descriptions of the listings to find out regarding size. ... more
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Amber Stockert-Hall answered:
Really depends on location in Boise/age of home/square footage/land size/garage size/etc. If you can give me a general area or an address I can give you a better opinion. But just rough estimate is $1250 up to $3500 (for high end Foothills property) - I've seen even up to $4000-$5000 for estate style homes. ... more
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Mark Charalambous asked:
I own a couple of small rental properties and am considering buying a big apartment building. I plan to do this with my son as a partner. What is the best choice for the legal entity to…
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