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Earlier today
Loriepark answered:
Yes, but as long as the pumps keep working and there are no levee breaks it is probably in a 100 year flood zone. I remember in 1986 the Laguna area between freeway 5 and highway 99 was underwater. My friend lived in Lodi and worked at Methodist (now Dignity) Hospital. We had really heavy rainstorms that year and when she got off work she couldn't go home due to the flooding which closed both freeways. She stayed in South Sacramento with me for 3 days until the waters receded and the roads were reopened. I believe when the Laguna area of Elk Grove was built they installed pumps to prevent flooding from storms. One year the pumps stopped working (I think near Bruceville and Big Horn) and there was localized flooding. ... more
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Yesterday at 6:38pm
Jason asked:
My wife and I are looking to relocate from the Bay Area, CA to Arvada -- just east of Lake Arbor. We have been looking at the crime maps for the area and there seems to be a lot of crimes…
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Yesterday at 2:25pm
Casadelsol16 answered:
Oakland & Long Beach both in the melting pot state of California. For better and worse both cities have diversity of Everything - race, inequality, beauty, integration, food, neighborhoods, crime, segregation, etc. all within a city of less than 500,000.

NY, CA, TX & HI have the most diverse zip codes. Most areas of the US are getting more diverse and have for decades. Also most wealthier areas have gotten less diverse.
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Sat Oct 21, 2017
Anthony Scales answered:
Hi April,

I can search the MLS and send you all of the mixed use lease listings in Old Torrance. If you like any of them, I can show you the interior.

Thank you,

Anthony Scales
The Real Estate Group
310-528-4860
anthonyscalestrg@gmail.com
Lic# 01274710
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Sat Oct 21, 2017
Dianecmyers answered:
Hello, did you become a Real Estate Agent? Are you giving advise on buying rental properties?
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Sat Oct 21, 2017
Alan May answered:
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Sat Oct 21, 2017
Sterling Spencer asked:
Looking to rent in a neighborhood with great restaurants/active community/late 20-somethings. Prefer to live in Seattle, but I know its too far
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Sat Oct 21, 2017
Alan May answered:
The Supra C500 is a pushbutton combination lockbox... so Realtors would not have access to this lockbox unless someone gave them the combination.

Call the agent you used to buy the property, and ask him/her to contact the prior listing agent, and get them to remove the lockbox. The likelihood is that they just forgot that it's there. If, for some reason, you can't get any results through your agent... or by contacting the agent who originally listed your home... I would follow Scott's advice and get a set of bolt cutters and cut it off and discard it.

Good luck.
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Fri Oct 20, 2017
Theresa R Scott asked:
Can you please help found ahouse ranging from. 700 - 800 monthly and move in tomorrow because lam homelessl live inphiladelpha pa19151 contact me2157155276 thersascott can you help
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Fri Oct 20, 2017
Elisha59 answered:
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Fri Oct 20, 2017
Meviviana answered:
I love Downey Ca lived on Iowa St for 6yrs never a problem till I let my X move in LOL
I can tell you this no problems with area nor neighbors & police reposed SUPER FAST
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Fri Oct 20, 2017
Joeg891 asked:
Fri Oct 20, 2017
Mary answered:
Hi,

Please follow the instructions below on how to create/edit a search to match with your criteria.

1. Log in to your Trulia profile
2. Click 'Buy' or 'Rent'
3. Input your desired filters such as area, price, beds and home type. You can also use the 'More' button to input keywords
4. Click 'Save Search'

You can also delete your unwanted saved searches/recent searches by following the instructions below.

1. Log in to your Trulia account
2. Click the 'Saved Searches' or 'Recent Searches' from the tab on the upper right corner of the page
4. Find the property listings that is outside of your criteria search and click 'Delete'

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
Consumer Care Advocate

Contact Us: http://www.trulia.com/help/ask/
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Fri Oct 20, 2017
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Thu Oct 19, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
You are being very foolish. No matter how you feel or what happened, you need to pay up your rent IMMEDIATELY!!! The consequences if you refuse to pay:

Trying to get another rental will be impossible. There are hundreds of posts from renters everyday who complain that landlords refuse to rent to them because they have an eviction. What you need to know is it is legally allowed for landlords to reject you if you have an eviction. Having your current landlord file for an eviction in court is the kiss of death. Every landlord checks a tenant's credit and evictions do show up on your credit report and stay on your credit report for YEARS! It does not come off. If you think finding a landlord or owner who does not check your credit is easy. Sorry but in this day of technology, every landlord has an easy method to check credit and once they see an eviction on your credit report - they are quick to tell you "goodbye".

Do yourself a huge favor. Pay your current landlord every penny you owe. Don't take the risk of having an eviction on your credit report.
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Thu Oct 19, 2017
Jessica Burns answered:
im having the same issues here in ohio. Our speed limit is 25 (Its a dead end street) and people from where the dead end is fly down our street going at least 55 and it scares me having my toddler play in our front yard. ... more
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Thu Oct 19, 2017
Steve Rogers answered:
Most people have the common decency to not park directly in front of a house. Most renters of homes, do not realize that they rent the inside of the home and the outside is not theirs to direct orders. They are tax payers, however, they are not property tax payers. The homeowners are the ones who pay for the up keep of the city, and the renters are only paying money to rent a space. Their pay-check taxes do not pay for the right to dictate who parks in front of your home. Any home owner would respect a neighbors space and privacy. After shelling out property tax payments every year to live on a well kept property, "that is expected from the city to be kept well"; The last thing a homeowner wants is a free-loader parking in front of their house. In your case, is it legal for them to park there? Yes, it is. Should they have the common decency to not park there? Yes! they should. ... more
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