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Fri Jul 31, 2015
Katelyn asked:
We are interested in a home that went bank to the bank through a sherriff's sale (for under $7,000, fair market value was valued at $63,000 in the deed transfer info) and after trying…
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Mon May 4, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
Dewinterizing and heating the house are things that you could do to make the house a bit more comfortable and to make sure some smaller things don't go wrong. They're precautions, but they aren't very essential to getting things ready. I would suggest getting an alarm system though. with you not being there, people might try to break in more than they would if you were there. You don't want that to happen, and a security system could help you with that.
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Tue Mar 24, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
You might want to dewinterize, that's really just going to be a judgment call though. It would probably be a good idea to get the heat turned on, just so that nothing freezes in the cold weather that should stay unfrozen. As far as security goes. I think it's extremely important to get security put in. If you aren't going to be there very often, you're going to want to be as safe as possible. The last thing you would want is to have the place broken into while you can't do anything about it. Getting a camera, if nothing else, will be a huge thing that you should definitely do.
http://www.miamifloridahomesecurity.com/articles_9.html
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Fri Dec 19, 2014
Dan M answered:
Manufactured homes are set on pier footings. The perimeter foundation does not actually support the home. It is merely for decorative purposes.
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Fri Aug 16, 2013
Michelle Cappabianca answered:
Many landlords understand that times have been hard for many people. Being a landlord and realtor myself, I have rented to individuals that have had some credit issues but were working on building up their credit again. I am proud to say that I was please with the outcome. ... more
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Thu Jun 21, 2012
Lewis answered:
i decided the hell with those people let them die with those dumb houses hope they all go for foreclosure, so i pulled out no longer intterested since i had few agents i work with i got a list of few homes that might interest that went for foreclosure it takes about a year, ill invest my money, and keep following, by the time the foreclosure is process, ill be able to either buy cash or almost have 90 percent of the mortgage, the bank dont care they are the fools to go to all that just to be a renter again i got kids if something happen ill know they have something since the house will be paid cash ... more
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Fri May 11, 2012
Lynn Ydoyaga answered:
Donny at Invivta Finance does a nice job for 203K loans. He can be reached at 570-510-1515.
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Thu Sep 22, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
Mike without knowing what house you are inquiring, it is near impossible to answer, you shoul go back to the property ad you saw on trulia, either click on teh profile of the listing agent and send them and email direct or scroll down the ad and fill out the get more info section to email the listing agent. ... more
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Thu Sep 22, 2011
Marion Gaeta answered:
Hi Anita, HOA fees vary by community. They range anywhere from $150.00 to over $3000.00. The fees include garbage pick up, recycling, security, pay life guards in the summer months, pool and lake use and maintainence, community activities, club house. What they cover varies on the community. Some communities with lower dues do not cover your trash pick up, for this you would be billed directly by the trash company. Other communities with higher dues have more activities and amenities for use by their members. The best way to determine what works for you is to tour some of our local communities as well as visit their websites. Sierra View, Indian Mountain Lake, Stone Crest, Emerald Lake, Arrowhead Lake, Camelot Forest, Locust Lake Village, Wagner Forest, Stillwater Lake, Pocono Country Place, Pocono Farms, Brier Crest Woods, Birch Brier Estates are a few in our immediate area. Please feel free to contact myself or another agent with any further questions. Pocono Realtors are more then willing to help!

Marion Gaeta
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www.housinginthepoconos.com
570-643-7600


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Thu Apr 21, 2011
Daniel Seip answered:
Yes, so glad to see agents seeking to assist. I am here for the call any time as well my friends! Will say I have secured the #1 position in our 14 offices and over 150+ as the top producing agent! Please, if you need a great realtor, I have over 10 years in the business, develope raw land, build new homes, I am the contact for you! ... more
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