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29210 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 11, 2014
Dale Brogdon answered:
I know of one that is coming open December 15, 2014 if you have not gotten settled yet. It is in the 29205 in the Shandon neighborhood. Within minutes of USC. 3 large Bedrooms & 2 baths. Under $1,400 including water. You may contact me at 803-414-0062 ... more
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Mon May 7, 2012
Jae Kim answered:
Try to be there when the 2nd quote gets there. Point out what you already know. It will be to your benefit.
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Mon Feb 20, 2012
Jason Queen answered:
I would be glad to help as a property manager.
Jason Queen
Rental Manager/Realtor
1st Choice Realty
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Mon Oct 10, 2011
Jason King answered:

You can also check out and

Jason King
Real Estate Advocates
803 318 4712
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Fri Sep 30, 2011
Ron Thomas answered:
What is going to happen with Interest Rates?

We are looking at 3.75-3.95 for good situations and that is nothing short of outstanding, phenomenal!!!

In the years since the War (WWII) the average has been 7.62% and we had a period where people were paying 12.5% for a home. Can you believe it? On a typical house that would make the Monthly mortgage DOUBLE!!

The experts seem to think that Rates are going to stay flat for a while; at least thru 2012. I think they will go up a bit; maybe 1 - 1 1/2%. What do think the effect would be if Monday we say an increase of about 1%? I think a whole bunch of Companies and people would be scurrying around trying to lock in a rate.

Right now we are looking at about $2000 per month for a $400,000 house: If that isn't phenomenal, I don't know phenomenal.

Good luck and may God bless
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Tue Sep 7, 2010
Dondi Phelps Wilson answered:
I would like to add that while negotiating with the bank or the HOA on a short sale, you want to negotiate so you will not be required to pay any deficiency. This is very important to your credit and future purchasing power not only with a home but autos, etc. ... more
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