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Tue Mar 31, 2015
Luis Mendez answered:
I don't think its available anymore it's not on the MLS but if you contact me i can help you find a home you want.
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Fri Jan 9, 2015
dianatama7 asked:
I also need the exact square feet of the kitchen, living room, and outside yard lot square feet, please, thank you.

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Tue Mar 29, 2011
Mike Luzzo answered:
Hello Gina


You asked:
My lease is up at the end of June but i have to give my landlord 60 days notice and i really want to move out of this home i need a 4/2.5/2 house.


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Wed Oct 27, 2010
Ainsley Daux answered:
Absolutley not. Like Edyta stated, they have to follow legal eviction process....
Hope that helps
Good luck
Ainsley Daux
Home Run Real Estate inc
(813)546-1954
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Thu Sep 25, 2008
Louise Warring answered:
Hi Claire--Please allow me to answer Matthew here.

Matthew, What makes you think I was telling "everyone that it could take 2 weeks for a short sale offer to be accepted or denied"? I realize there was a lack of specificity, but I used "several" to indicate 5, 6, 7 weeks. I've had answers in as little as two weeks and as long as never (the buyer rescinds the offer), but on average you know something before two months. That is, unless the home really isn't a short sale and is being advertised as such by an inexperienced agent. I make sure of the status of the home BEFORE submitting the offer. That way, we cut back on the frustrations as much as possible.

Thanks for the opportunity to expand on my earlier answer.

By the way, Claire, I noticed that the price has been taken down from the link in your original question. It is, though, still listed in the MLS at $195,000.

Louise Warring
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
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