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Penny O'connor answered:
Does an HOA have rights not to disclose how many rentals/owners there are on the complex. I am putting my Condo on the market (Fort Collins, Colorado) and my Realtor was denied an answer to the question. This is all very new to me- First time seller. ... more
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Cokie Sothoron asked:
truth. It scares me when I look at your Trulai Web Site and scroll down to the Crime Section to see "Vandalism Janurary 2017" The agent and the sellers guarantee us there has…
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Sam Shueh answered:
Buyer purchase contract agreement
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Sam Shueh answered:
Take a magnetometer and measure the field strength in your living quarter.....
Some one else has to live there I hope I do not want to take a chance. Same applies to live under high power lines....
Some ameature videos shown on Youtube look scary.
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Sam Shueh answered:
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Sam Shueh answered:
Expand driving time from work is more realistic.
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Restaurant_services asked:
Do you have an option for the seller to see how many times people have veiwed my house
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Laurenalindgren answered:
I am interested in buying a condo in Springwood Village. I live in CA, but am from Ocala. Please contact me if you are interested in selling. It would be for my personal use. Thank you laurenborghese@gmail.com ... more
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Alan May answered:
Going to an open house is a good way for your to "get your feet wet", and learn what's out there. That way, when you're ready, you'll have some idea of what the inventory looks like, and what's a good deal, and what's not.

It's also a great way to meet Realtors, in a non-threatening, no obligation way. See if you like they way they conduct themselves, if they're helpful and informative, or if they're pushy or standoffish. You're going to want a Realtor to represent you on your purchase, and this is a good vetting process.

Good luck.
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Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you pick up the phone and call a couple insurance agents for clarification, the cost, and the coverage.
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