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Home Buying in Clarksville : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Aug 1, 2017
Wilmarie Silva asked:
I pay my rent(rent to own) on time all the time.My problem is because the bank never try help me and I'm try sell or rent the house and is impossible.I don't have more issues in…
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Sat Dec 24, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
Yes, the inspection is for the buyers use and safety. A buyer should not take someone elses report but have their own inspection. The appraisal is mandated by your bank to judge if the value of the home is what you are paying for and something paid for by the buyer. ... more
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Fri Dec 23, 2016
HappyTexasMama answered:
Hi Alicia,
Clarksville in general is a nice place to live at. There are a huge selection of safe area's you could live at. I suggest looking on the following websites:, and
I use both websites, and find a lot of useful information regarding different area's in Clarksville.

Best wishes,
Trish ?
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Fri Apr 15, 2016
Your Kid :3 asked:
I have a credit score current of 640, my mom is lower and under repair (she has not enough credit open).
But I have a high income to debt ration because of my child support arrears (it…
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Wed Apr 13, 2016
Charles R Cozzens asked:
Please remove my home listing at 114 Greenland farms Dr Clarksville,TN 37040
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Wed Apr 6, 2016
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Thu Jan 21, 2016
Ellievdavis55 answered:
I think that most electricians are going to generally do the work you need, and will work out fine. If you want to be sure, you should make sure to check reviews, get references, and actually meet the person. It's kind of like a job interview before hiring someone for a job. You need to be sure that they'll be able to do the job and work well with you before you say yes.
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Tue Jul 7, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
Buying any property involves risks. It's unfortunate that the listing agent didn't properly disclose the fact the condo isn't eligible for FHA. Your options are limited if you can only get an FHA loan and the condo isn't FHA approved. You can terminate the contract and get your money back. OR you can try to obtain different financing. ... more
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Sat Apr 4, 2015
Debra Pepper answered:
Gaylynn, that is an excellent idea!!!! If done correctly, your rental units will pay your monthly mortgage payment. You will be able to live rent free while allowing other people to pay for your investment. Call me and I will be glad to help you every step of the way! 931-220-4027, ... more
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Wed Mar 25, 2015
Gaylynn Utley answered:
It depends on the Client. Some Client fine there dream home quicker than others. So with me as many as needed.
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Sun Feb 15, 2015
Gaylynn Utley asked:
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Thu Jan 29, 2015
Lauren Hermes answered:
I would like a bonus room over a basement. I am not fond of basements, and I don't like the feeling of being " underground " . I like the natural light a bonus room allows as well.
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Sat May 10, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Probably not right now. With your income at $20k per year, I'm going to assume gross, if you have no other debt the very most you might qualify for in a payment is around $750 including taxes and insurance. With credit issues on top of that, it's just going to be very difficult.
If you want to own the first and most important thing you can do right now is to fix the credit issues. Pay everyone on time, keep your balances low, use credit but never get tempted into buying what you can't pay off right away. Low payments are not your friend if you want to own a house.
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Fri Dec 6, 2013
Ken Adams answered:
You have plenty of options, and I would love to assist you if you need any information
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Sun Nov 10, 2013
Sharon Felton answered:
You could choose to rent it after your daughter leaves Austin Peay, or depending on what the market bears in Summer 2016, it is entirely possible you could sell it for the same amount (or better!) than you paid for it this year. That would be great; it would be as if your daughter had lived "free" for 2 1/2 years... Best of luck to your daughter, by the way!! ... more
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Sat Oct 12, 2013
Sandra Stinson answered:
If the home is existing ( not new construction) the listing agent can provide the buyers agent the sellers usage, which is based on that family size.
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Wed Oct 9, 2013
Darian Rucks answered:
If you own or rent a mobile or manufactured home, you need a place to park it. To do that, you will need to sign a written lot lease agreement. Because a mobile home is a form of housing that can be readily moved and is not permanently attached to real property, it is classified as personal property under the law. A mobile home "lot" is simply a piece of real estate where a mobile home can be legally placed and inhabited. The law requires that agreements for the lease or rental of these lots, like all real estate contracts, be reduced to writing. So it is important you understand the conditions and limitations of the agreement.

Feel free to contact me direct for any other real estate needs in the Hopkinsville area!
Darian, KY Real Estate Agent 270-305-2177
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