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Jozef S, Home Buyer in Virginia Beach, VA
Tue Dec 20, 2016
Jozef S asked:
Possibly moving to Jacksonville Florida to live, after if i move again would like to rent the place out...
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Oquendobrisc…, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Mon Dec 19, 2016
Oquendobriscoe asked:
There's a property I'm interested in in new jersey. It's zoned:BA.
The listing says: office, hotel-motel, and commercial.
I contacted the listing agent but it seems this man was having…
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Bechara Tara…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Mon Dec 19, 2016
Bechara Tarabay asked:
We have searched lawyers like http://fr.linkedin.com/in/bechara-tarabay-550b7929
and many more. Please help out with the suggestions.
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Die035, Home Buyer in Lakewood, OH
Sun Dec 18, 2016
Die035 asked:
Looking to buy investment property in the Cleveland area
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Mark LeMenag…, Real Estate Pro in Lake Nona Orlando, FL
Sat Dec 17, 2016
Mark LeMenager answered:
When it comes to the jumbo short term rental market make sure you do your homework and run the numbers carefully. Take a good look at the re-sale market to see what these things are really worth. Feel free to click click on my picture and read my references. If you want honest advice to help you make an informed decision, I'd be happy to help. ... more
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Mark LeMenag…, Real Estate Pro in Lake Nona Orlando, FL
Sat Dec 17, 2016
Mark LeMenager answered:
In general it's best to have as low a mortgage as possible in the short term rental market. You should be able to cover your costs with a 70% mortgage, but it will be tight.
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Robert.marti…, Home Buyer in San Jose, CA
Fri Dec 16, 2016
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Christopher…, Real Estate Pro in Panama City Beach, FL
Fri Dec 16, 2016
Christopher Arnold answered:
Emerald Isle association dues are currently $350 per month. You should pay close attention to every condominiums budget and reserve schedule before you buy. Sometimes dues can be misleading.

Here is more info on Emerald Isle:
http://www.panamabeachrealty.com/emerald-isle-condos-for-sale.html
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Thomas.snisc…, Home Buyer in Brooklyn, NY
Fri Dec 16, 2016
Thomas.sniscak asked:
THE STOCK IS FROM OCT 1961 AND IT APPEARS THIS COMPANY MAY STILL BE OPERATING, TRYING TO FIND OUT IF THIS IS WORTH ANYTHING AND IF COMPANY IS STILL THERE
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Elgohary Moh…, Home Buyer in Elk Grove Village, IL
Fri Dec 16, 2016
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Gissel, Real Estate Pro in Wilmington, CA
Fri Dec 16, 2016
Gissel answered:
Depends on which state and city you would like to buy, and lenders take into consideration whether you have a valid SSN for residency or any temporary. In California the norm for a down payment under FHA loans is 3.5%, conventional loans range from 4%+, although the norms will change next year 2017. If you have a temporary visa you may be able to qualify for a loan but a 30% down payment will be requested, along with higher than normal fees for the transaction, such as closing costs. If you plan to buy cash you won't need anything except for the full cash amount of purchase price on any property you would desire to buy.
If interested in Southern California area, feel free to contact me with any questions you may have through my profile.
Sonnocco Real Estate Group
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Brandon Conn…, Home Buyer in Galesburg, IL
Wed Dec 14, 2016
Brandon Connell answered:
I know this question is old but I had to step in because I saw a bad answer unrelated to your question. Wholesaling is perfectly legal. You are not selling property for someone else. You are simply selling your equitable interest in your contract on the property. As long as you market the contract for sale and not the property itself, you are fine. Anyone that answers differently either does not understand the wholesaling business, or they are inexperienced agents that are unfriendly to wholesalers. You will meet many of them unfortunately. ... more
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Angela, Other/Just Looking in Chattanooga, TN
Wed Dec 14, 2016
Angela asked:
My goal for next year is to save money to buy my first property or use as a down payment. Any advice?
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