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Fri May 8, 2015
Ali McEvoy asked:
Fri Nov 14, 2014
John Connor answered:
I have learned to use like a scented spray that's concentrate and spray up in the middle of a room and then turn on every fan. I also got told that I should do this several hours before so that way it can become just a background smell. So instead of smelling every different smell from all the furniture you have one united smell that isn't over powering. http://www.alphiesdecornmore.com/listing.asp?dept_id=27000&nopopup=1 ... more
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Thu Oct 23, 2014
Micah Matson answered:
You should talk to a local mortgage broker. In most places of the country there are many programs that do not require 20% down. In many places you can actually get an RD loan which is 100% financing. So talk to a local mortgage broker and find out what programs you qualify for. ... more
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Wed Oct 22, 2014
John Cushma answered:
Jerry,

Hello! It is hard to provide you with a number based off of just income. We must take debts and credit score into considering as well. I would love to speak with you regarding Pre-Approval, and also explain the advantages/disadvantages of buying a foreclosed property.

Please give me a call for a no-obligation consultation.

Thanks!

John R. Cushma
Loan Officer
Equity Resources Inc
Phone: 412-551-8970
Licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking #847424
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Tue Oct 21, 2014
carriedi answered:
just say no. buying a home is a life changing decision. don't ruin your life by making a wrong decision like this. Unless you can pay cash for the house and then buy another home after you move, don't do it. Move to a bigger apartment and put your mother-in-laws name on the lease (not yours) until you move. ... more
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Tue Dec 24, 2013
Phyllis McArthur answered:
Choose a company that has lots of training, even after being in the business for 13 years, I still take All the training classes available, why? Because the laws change yearly and you must keep up with all that is happening in this industry. ... more
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Fri Nov 1, 2013
Eric Miller answered:
What is the address for this home?
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Sat Jul 27, 2013
Butch4655 answered:
This is butch4655, Two days ago I have called my agent, He is his own company. I told them I was not happy with him. And say that I wanted to drop them as my agent. Also I have ask my agent for a copy of my contract witch I still have not revived. Witch he said he would email , three days later still no contract. So I am still not sure when it expires. After my conversation with him, he said as far as he is concern HE IS STILL MY AGENT!! and I am still under contract........... So I guess I have to stop looking for a house, for the next five to six weeks............ Thanks for all your help so far!! ... more
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Sat Jun 8, 2013
Barbara Ries answered:
Hi Connie, if you are wanting to move up to a home within your neighborhood please give me a call anytime. As a Realtor I have access to the latest listings. I'm a full time agent available 7 days a week and would enjoy meeting you and working with you to find your new home. Thanks for posting your question! Barbara Ries, (717) 286-9662 ... more
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Wed Sep 22, 2010
Adrian Young answered:
Ashley,

Unless you received an incredible deal on your home it might cost you money to sell so quickly. I would suggest trying to work out the differences with your neighbors before you take the step of selling the home. However, if you don't feel that's an option I would be willing to negotiate my fee to help you save some of the money you might lose in a sale.

Adrian Young
Selections Real Estate Services
www.adrianyoungteam.com
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Wed Apr 21, 2010
Chad Bahnsen answered:
Consult a tax professional to be sure but I'd say it all depends on if you are on the deed or not. If you are you most likely will not get the tax credit.
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