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Fri Oct 30, 2015
Josh Barnett answered:
Mon Jun 15, 2015
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It's a lot easier if it's a salaried position. An offer letter and 30 days of pay stubs will probably be sufficient. If it's an hourly position, you're going to need 6 months worth of pay stubs showing a 40 hour work week.

Commissions, bonuses, overtime, etc - any variable income - will require a 2 year history before a lender will consider it.

Hope this helps!
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Sun Jun 14, 2015
Terry Bell answered:
You can either go down to the permit department of a town or county building to discuss your project, or, many towns and counties now have their permit departments online to submit requests. So I would just start googling the various areas you're interested in to see if they have their permit info online. ... more
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Fri Jun 14, 2013
Chip Roper answered:
Timewarner depending on where you are. I know it doesn't go up too far after Meadowloft.
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Mon Sep 3, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
Any insurance agents should be able to give you a free quote. Log homes are no different than a stick built home. You should check with an independant agent as well as perhaps 2 national companies like Amica or State Farm. ... more
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Fri May 14, 2010
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
If your sales agreement states:

" that fuel in storage shall be prorated at time and date of closing..."

the question is - does this statement or obligation "survive" closing - which means... can it be enforced if it wasn't taken care of or addressed at the closing?

An attorney can answer that for you., legally.

Ethically, it seems reasonable, though, that it would have been your responsibility to pay for the propane.......if you want to make this easy, you can take care of it now..........yes, you are correct - it should have been handled during the closing....but , from what I have read here, it was an oversight..........it would be a nice gesture on your part to take care of it now.

For a truly legal response, as I said - ask an attorney.

Best wishes..........
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