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A few hours ago
Scott Godzyk answered:
CALL them direct, do not use the form here as many of us get buried in spam from them. If you use this form, make sure you add in a specific question or include property you are inquiring, but call for instant answers ... more
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A few hours ago
Dan Gaynor answered:
Dan and Diane (beaglek2002@yahoo.com), 262-542-1177, looking to rent in the Sun Lakes area for Feb and March, 2018. We are non smokers and do not have a pet. We currently live in Waukesha, Wisconsin, 53189 and would like to communicate via E mail or Virtual tours.
Thank you, Dan Gaynor
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A few hours ago
Susie Kay answered:
Your questions are too general. Best to pick up the phone and work with a local realtor to assist you.
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A few hours ago
Susie Kay answered:
I would suggest that you interview with as many brokers as you can. Think what's important to you and rank them. See how it matches up with each broker. Remember, brokers are interested in taking care of themselves but some are more flexible than others. ... more
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Loganleoo answered:
Finding the right general contractor is critical for the proper completion of a 203k rehab project. One should talk to trustworthy people that may have worked with contractors in the recent past. Realtors, property investors, architects, builders and agents are a good pool of people to consult when finding the right 203k contractor.

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Yesterday at 11:37pm
Odonkem asked:
how do you search for homes in states by excellent weather (no snow or little)?
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Yesterday at 11:19pm
Hallie answered:
I am preparing my first CMA and there are few comps in the area. What would be a typical adjustment amount for an extra bedroom? Subject has 4 bedrooms, one comp has 5 bedrooms and another has 6. I need to present tomorrow, so any suggestions would be appreciated. ... more
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Yesterday at 9:43pm
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Yesterday at 9:42pm
Kathy Burgreen answered:
I’m a VP of my co-op Board in Westchester County and a former realtor. There is no law in NYC or the suburbs that says a coop Board sets the minimum sale price in order for you to sell your coop. You are free to sell your coop for as little as you want. The issue is coop Boards are afraid of their own units declining in value if your unit sells for less than what it’s worth. Realtors value coop units based on similar apartments that have recently sold, so if you sell yours for $_____ and the shareholder upstairs from you wants to sell their unit for $50,000. more, no buyer will pay $50,000. more because buyers will get proof that your unit sold for $50K less.

This explains why coop Boards want to set minimum sale prices for coop units in your building. Every building is different and not all Boards set minimum prices. Unfortunately your coop Board does. I would try negotiating with your coop Board and see if you can score some points. Also try working with an experienced real estate agent who has already sold in your building.
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Yesterday at 9:26pm
570 stocker asked:
Im working with listing agent and she did not provide the SQR untill all the contingencies are removed.
There is a odor that listing agent said is cat odor and the seller marked NO on that…
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Yesterday at 9:23pm
Melissa Watterson answered:
I should add that we are currently pre approved buyers but have to do FHA. The land contract payment & the payment for 30k is still about $400 less a month than just financing with FHA due to all the fees. We would refi everything into conventional in 1-2years. ... more
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