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Home Buying in 32801 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 4, 2017
Lary4hire916 answered:
bought home 20 years ago in loomis ca, went through title search now selling and was told half my pool js not on my property line, what to do
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Sat Feb 27, 2016
Thanks, asked:
my contractor used existing fence line not knowing it was already in neighbor's land by 1-3 inches. with new board on board...it stands out more and my neighor is complaining. The outside…
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Thu Jun 4, 2015
Kirsten Prizzi 239-248-1667 answered:
Sat Feb 7, 2015
Mark LeMenager answered:
If the bank has not taken possession you could always approach the owner and see what they would need to sell it for.
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Mon Sep 29, 2014
BAILEY answered:
Loopnet.com for sold comps. You can see generic land comps even just with the free service.
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
Tina Israelson answered:
Hi Shaun,

HOA fees really depend on the type of amenities that the community offers.

I would love to help you find a property that you will enjoy.

Give me a call anytime. I am always available.

Tina Israelson
Realtor®


Towns Realty
7380 Sand Lake Rd., Ste. 500
Orlando, FL 32819

Cell: 407-414-9718
Office: 407-574-3152
Email: tina@townsrealty.com

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Fri Oct 18, 2013
Natalya Lopez answered:
What is the price range? Hunter's Creek is very nice, 32837. Also check out 32824 - Meadow Woods and surrounding areas. I am very familiar with the area and I have some investors who own homes in the area so I might be of assistance to you, just depends on your criteria. Anyhow, call or email and we could figure it out!
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Wed Jul 3, 2013
Whitney Hall answered:
Hi, I work for a direct lender and we can go as low as 600 and even have no score options available. We do not charge origination fees or points. I could get you solid answers in just a few minutes. Please feel free to call 239-471-9829 ... more
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Sat May 11, 2013
Tom Songer answered:
I alway suggest to get three verbal opinions and two written commitments eg your score is NOT affected within the 90 day shopping for a home. However do not buy any major purchases til AFTER CLOSING because underwriters pull your credit again just before closing. Let us know if we can help

We have a Inhouse lender and a list of mortgage brokers, lenders and credit unions to give you. Yes, they are NOT the same. It depends on your scenario

Happy buying! Tom

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Fri Jul 2, 2010
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
James - one of my issues on trulia is that the font for the date is too light - many agents don't pay attention to it or realize they are answering an old, outdated question - the font needs to be more pronounced - a number of voices members have suggested that, but to no avail ........ I suppose there are still some members who like to resurrect old questions, though, for whatever reason...what can you do!! :) ... more
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Sun Oct 19, 2008
Art Kent answered:
The highest goal of a good realtor should be to help the buyer locate a property that fulfills his/her needs, wants, and desires within a price range that is determined to be affordable by that buyer. Whether the realtor "likes" the house personally is not the point. If the property is the best fit available at the time for the buyer and within the parameters given the realtor by the buyer, then the goal has been met and all parties should be satisfied.
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