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Sat Mar 11, 2017
Yanceycar asked:
Tue Oct 14, 2014
kovin answered:
Hi All,

I am a South African and just moved to Michigan, are there any other South Africans who would like to meet???

Mail me kovin@webmail.co.za
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Fri Aug 31, 2012
Pam Bava answered:
Karin,

You should get it touch with the Detroit Police department. They will be able to give you updated info.

I know they just opened a 48 million dollar school. I'm sure it is state of the art.


Good luck
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Sun Jul 3, 2011
. answered:
Hello ma'am,

The Federal Fair Housing Act enacted an amendment in 1988 that bars discrimination based on handicap of the renter or of a buyer. The landlord must allow the tenants to make reasonable modifications of existing premises at the tenant's expense and in SOME cases the changes must be returned back to their original state also at the tenants expense. Some modifications may remain in place. There are also some other rules listed under that amendment for the handicap. The law is enforced by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

I would suggest going to HUD's website for more information and to find out what all of his rights are under that law. He is very lucky to have parents like you and his dad that are still there for him.

Good luck to you.
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Sun Jun 7, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
Our observation is that buyers are generally of an agreeable attitude and appreciate what we do to support their interests. It is the sellers that create the concern and can be more difficult. They often feel we are trying to take advantage of them, aren't doing enough to promote their home, and basically don't know what we are doing.

We have found that these challenging individuals offer the opportunity for professional to learn and grow by proving to them that their impressions about us are wrong. There is no better feeling than when an agent brings around one of these "tough characters" to truly understanding and appreciating what we do for them.

Our advice is rather than complaining about these individuals, rise to the challenge and make a difference. It's your business and our profession that's on the line. Instead of playing into their false impression.....change it!!!!!
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