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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you read the contract again and ask your realtor to assist you. She/he is paid to assist you.
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Susie Kay answered:
Diana,

I would suggest that you pick up the phone and work with a local realtor to assist you.
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Scott Godzyk answered:
You should contact the listing agent or the auction house running the auction, it is unlikely anyone here in the q and a will know.
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Scott Godzyk answered:
My first thought is working for a company that has offices in both markets. But with todays technology, you can work from where ever. I would start marketing yourself to those markets. You can start with a free Active Rain blog, see the link i placed below. It is what i used and is my leading source of new clients after referrals. When i expand to new communities i write about complexes and neighborhoods in those areas. Expand to a rain maker to reach the maximum number of consumers ... more
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Anne_ashely answered:
From my personal experience so far regarding my credit profile,I earlier didn't know how about it was and when I knew I had foreclosures, cleared my student loan, collections,inquires, late payments and even over dues, I felt really bad because then it was late and the result of my bad credit affected my credit score which was about 379 and to get my loan approved I needed 700 and above, I sort for help from big credit repair companies, but they couldn't help me get my score where I wanted to be in the short period I need to get a loan to keep a roof over my child's head, till a lender introduced me to a repair man who has access to this credit companies who got my credit clean and also educated me about how to maintain my credit and maintain a really good score, ELITEREALHACK at GMAIL dot COM) is where ill refer anyone that needs a deadline fix on there credit .you can thank me later. ... more
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dragonflysally asked:
I have been unsuccessful in posting a listing.
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Scott Godzyk answered:
This is something your listing agent should be guiding you with and taking care of. If they are paying for the work and it is a must so they can close, you can let them do it but make sure there is a clause if they do not close, repairs stay and buyer gets no credit or refund. They way i say it is if you are a week from closing, it is better than starting over ... more
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Info.jaafarlending answered:
Lending cheap loans at (rogerscapitals(@)A O L . C O M)
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Christina Elizabeth asked:
I'm interested in buying a foreclosed bank owned home. They won't turn on the water and utilities prior to closing. So I can't get an inspection or appraisal for the bank…
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Scott Godzyk answered:
Simply put, Zillow owns Trulia and they share info back and forth
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Amy answered:
Im interested in buying a home with back taxes owed in marion county florida. Where do i get the list for these places
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Scott Godzyk answered:
Normally you would have a buyer agent who refers you to a local and trusted lender. That is a red flag. Not knowing who you chose, you should choose a local and trusted lender. Nearly all companies will have similar interest rate and closing costs, the difference is service and than means the ability to close the loan ... more
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