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Sally Grenier, Real Estate Pro in Boulder, CO
Sally Grenier answered:
Is it possible to move the box on your website that lists the agents, etc. It covers up the first paragraph of the description of the property.
Sorry, but it is what it is. Keep in mind this is a marketing site for us Realtors. This is how you can browse (or list) homes for free. If you're selling a home, you can ask your Realt ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jun 18, 2016 Tech Tips in 68845
blchck23, Home Buyer in Emmett, ID
blchck23 asked:
How is closing costs determined? We are looking to buy a home in about 2 months and I am trying to get an est. on closing cost
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jun 2, 2016 Home Buying in 68845
Kal5874eb, Home Buyer in Kearney, NE
Kal5874eb asked:
Are you still a Realtor in Kearney? I am reaching out to a few Realtors in your area who are testing
a system I have that generates leads for them. I am looking for a few
Realtors who I can create a win/win with.

Would…
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 23, 2016 Home Buying in 68847
Laura Methe, Real Estate Pro in Kearney, NE
Laura Methe answered:
Seeking $45-55K loan on home worth $140,000 my mother wants to pass to us. FICOs are 643(me) & 607(husband). First time homeowners.
I would talk to a local bank and see about "in house" bank financing. You'll probably need to explain the circumstances for the lower credit score, but the Exchange Bank, or Town and C ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Feb 20, 2015 Home Buying in 68847
Mike McCann, Real Estate Pro in Hastings, NE
Mike McCann answered:
How can I discreetly find out the top performing real estate company/realtor in the kearney, ne area?
I would suggest using Theresa DeLaet (see below). It is now fall of 2014 and she is still selling the heck out of houses. I would ignore comments from agents from other communities in r ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 6, 2014 Home Selling in 68845
Elizabeth Bo…,  in Cambridge, MA
Elizabeth Bolton answered:
I just moved to the area and am unsure if I should continue to rent or if I should buy - I may be here for one more year or upto 5 years...any advice?
I think if it's possible that you'll only be in the area for a year you should probably rent. You don't want to assume that you can recoup your costs if you have to sell just one year ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Apr 21, 2014 Home Buying in Kearney
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