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General Area in Fullerton : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 11, 2017
Pat Fort answered:
I have a friend who is a veteran, and he is extremely offended that the flags are being used for advertisement, and that the flags are then allowed to rot in place by the people who leave them. I pick up the flag by my mailbox before dark on the day it is put out, so at least it isn't displayed in the dark, and I pick up flags in the neighborhood that are getting dirty. Then I give them to my friend. I think he has them burned as part of a ceremony, as is required by the US Flag Code. If there is one real estate agent I will never do business with in this town, it is the goofball that puts out those flags with her business card. ... more
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
Your Solar Realtor answered:
I found this one company that specialize in rent to own properties.
http://rent2ownmarket.com/properties/rent-2-own/
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Sun Oct 28, 2012
Ingrid Ski Realtor answered:
Hello there

Buying is always better as you know what your monthly payment will be and it will not be going up as paying rent will ways go up. Of course you want a fixed rate. A condo will have less maintence for you however the hoa fees can go up. A house has some maintence no hoa fees.
Call or email me and I will help you with the process Take care

Ingrid Ski Realtor
949-874-0432
OCAreaHomes@gmail.com
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Sun Sep 19, 2010
Adam Brett & Eric Urban answered:
Everyone is correct about your rights. You are definitely entitled to tenant rights - but may even be considered a common law spouse and entitled to equity in the property.

I would consult a family law attorney - and can provide a reference for one of the best in Orange County if you would like.

If you were to take the tenant route - your 'landlord' would need to give you certain legal notices if he were to evict - and this can only be for cause. If these notices are not filed - you don't have to move.

Stick to your guns as you have rights.
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Thu Sep 11, 2008
Jonathan Taylor answered:
Don't buy it. It's beyond your control. There's plenty of great inventory out there
search all Fullerton homes below

http://www.homebuyershope.com/custom1.shtml
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