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Sun Nov 6, 2016
Deesoprano asked:
I uploaded 8 photos of the apartment I'm renting out but it is not showing on the listing. What do I need to do to show the photos?
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Fri Sep 4, 2015
Doug McNeilly answered:
I can set you up to get email alerts when new properties hit the market and also set up multiple searches so things are categorized when you get them. Just reach out to me. Thanks!
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Thu Feb 26, 2015
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Mon Oct 20, 2014
bdr46 asked:
We are trying to develop ongoing cash flow for retirement.
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Thu Jan 30, 2014
Christine Moran Realtor & Notary answered:
Go to your local bank you already have an account. When it comes time to get the loan you can get it from anywhere.
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Tue Aug 28, 2012
Bill Eckler answered:
Mj,

Selling anyting is all about the number of people that are aware of the opportunity(visibility) and its desirability. If the home has appeal and an efficient marketing plan is put in place, the chance of selling your property are greatly increased.

Going the route of placing your home on the local MLS using discounted services is only the first step of what is usually a much more involved process. The choice is yours, but banking on only the visibility generated from the MLS could be a disappointing experience.

Using the services of a real estate professional may appear to cost more for the seller but it's a fact the homes sold via a RE professional: sell faster, sell for more money, and make the process an easier experience for the seller.

Before making your final decision, it may be beneficial to speak with a couple good local agents to find out what they can do for you.

The choice is yours!

Bill
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Mon Aug 6, 2012
Andy Mihalak answered:
Andrew, It comes down to the true value of a property is only what one is willing to pay or in your case what one is willing to accept. There could be numerous reasons for the lack of up-keep, the lack of maintenance should favor you. Make an offer you feel is fair and see what happens. ... more
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Tue Jan 24, 2012
Territory.com answered:
Depends on what damages (could be time) you have incurred. It sounds like the seller is under some kind of distress due to the new rate. Unfortunately this comes down to how strongly you feel about the sellers position and its impact on you. If you are asking sounds like you are torn so perhaps offer a meet in the middle (split the good faith deposit). tell him either half or you are well within the legal right to keep the full amount.

Good luck!
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