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Angelica P answered:
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I'll be needing additional information regarding your concern. Please be advised that I have emailed you directly. I look forward to hearing from you.

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marcelin augustin answered:
yes I can get a loan for no money down with 580 credit score.
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Sckeenon answered:
Real Estate Pipeline sold me on their leads being a higher quality and "verified". I tried them and all I received were people looking for a foreclosure list. None of the leads worked out. Their commitment to their leads is to give you more junk leads to replace the junk leads. I use Realtor.com and have used Zillow. The vast majority of my business comes from my Realtor.com leads. I am not someone who is complaining because I think "online leads don't work". REPL leads do not work. Stay away. ... more
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Nyishawakefield22 answered:
I'm a female that is seeking an apartment or Studio
I have a $1,213 voucher via seps program .. i'm willing to pay 30% or the rent they will pay the other half
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Jennifer answered:
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Jbjwej answered:
can a previous landlord call to my new apt that I have signed the lease and moved into already and tell them they are filing an eviction notice 7 days to my lease ending as of 02/28/2018 and I gave a notice to vacate as of oct 2017. I just moved as of 02/16/2018 and I have advise I will pay the remaining of the rent as agreed up on ... more
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Angelagrahammock answered:
Free listing for rent to owns in Center Colorado 81125
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Karen Peyton answered:
It "sounds" like you've signed a legally binding contract for the agent to sell your home, but it is not yet in your local MLS..???
If that is the case, you have a contract which you should read to find out how to cancel. From there, speak with your agent - today!
Good luck!
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Karen Peyton answered:
Hmm...

If you've been writing checks to pay your rent, perhaps the lender will accept copies or your canceled checks as proof of timely payment Or if using auto-pay through your bank, you should already have record through your bank statements. Again, ask the lender to accept.

Another idea is to have your lender send a letter of inquiry by registered or certified mail. I'm not sure which of those requires a signature - but that's the one you want.

Also, these types of inquiry are "usually" done in writing - NOT by phone call.

It could be (that) despite the other issues mentioned, your landlord is hanging up because he considers the phone call improper.

Good luck to you!!
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Will answered:
As first time FSBO sellers, we sold a condo($155,000) utilizing a RE Attorney. The charge $1000.00. Utilized a template and posted only on Craigs List. Sold within 30 days. We established a good relationship with the buyers. They obtained financing approval. Home inspection went fine. Fixed a couple of issues raised in the inspection. Turns out the Title company does the BULK of the work. Getting ready to sell another property them same way.

I fully appreciate time is money..........but I for one abhor the conscripted contract that requires someone is to be compensated no matter who locates the home and at what seems to be an inflexible rate of compensation. That another commenter in this thread intoned: "It is standard that the seller paids(sic) the commissions." "Standard" is not law. Everything is negotiable. As a seller I might consider offering a reduced commission commiserate with the value of the RE's contribution. And since the person paying for the service determines what the value is, I would make the ultimate decision in this regard. And if a middle ground cannot be established, so be it. Move forward. And where does it say a buyer is not to pay the buyer's agent? Or is that one of those idiotic "Its always been done that way propositions?"
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Karen Peyton answered:
Your question isn't clear...
If you're intention is to transfer profit, where is the exchange??? (See what I mean.)
Best bet is to visit a tax professional (preferably an Enrolled Agent or CPA) to understand the rules of a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange and how they relate to what your are trying to accomplish.
Good luck!
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