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Rhondagbrown58 answered:
I am trying to find me a good home to rent to own
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Simon Bob answered:
hi..

Yes, it is a fair option. Seller is saying that he will not fix it but instead of fixing he is offering you some credit so there is no need to think much If you really like the house. The decision is all yours.

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Akshay Singh asked:
Most of the places in Folsom has no more than $1,200 Mello-Roos tax.
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chrissey burgos asked:
I was told when I get a pet they would amend my lease and I have to pay a non refundable fee of $500 and $50 monthly. I have no pet as of yet.
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Patricia Marr asked:
Would this be something to get from my real estate agent?
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John Vyletel answered:
Looking for a home on Houghton or Higgins Lake ,on the Lake not across the street....no shared frontage ,Land contract terms....
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Biteme Trulia answered:
Stay in Brooklyn and New Germany. Do Pennsylvania residents a favor. What percent are vacant up there Einstein?

I think I'll visit New York and complain. Or I'll go to a fast food restaurant in N. Germany and let them abuse me because they believe they're entitled. Get real, spanky. I doubt it sucks but if so, it's because of people like you living there part time. We pay your stupid bridge taxes. Tell that commie in New York and Fat Hitler to lower your property taxes.

Then you can stay across borders. Traffic would be better. Life would be much closer to normal. We're Okies, we don't like ya.
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Diane Christner answered:
It depends on the language of the purchase contract. If your agent uses a version of the FL Association of Realtors contract, it contains specific language regarding just such a situation under the heading of FORCE MAJEURE. Generally the seller is obligated to bring the property back to the condition it was in at the time you signed the contract by a deadline, but if that is not possible due to the extent of the damage, then either party can cancel the contract by delivering written notice to the other party.

My suggestion is to carefully read through all terms of a purchase contract before you sign it, making sure you understand the terms you are agreeing to abide by.
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Tina Bigham answered:
Hi! My name is Tina and I am a Realtor here in Chattanooga! First I would like to welcome you to our great city! Your dogs will love being here, there are lots of great dog friendly businesses in town! I would love to help you find a home here in town! My team has years of experience, and we all are knowledgeable about the area. You may email me at tinatherealagent@gmail.com! Tina.....The David Shipley Team at ReMax Properties! ... more
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