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Sun Apr 21, 2013
Don Tepper answered:
Slim, but it depends on the landlord.

Private landlords--as opposed to management companies--sometimes are more flexible.

However, your ability to pay will be very closely scrutinized. Also--and the maximum amount (which I don't know) is set by state law--you might be asked to provide a larger security deposit.

Hope that helps.
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Fri Feb 25, 2011
Dallas Texas answered:
Most communities have deed restrictions many times rural area better option

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Sun Jul 18, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
When it comes to safety issues--your best source of information is the local police derpartment--consider a visit/call, ask all your questions and hear all firsthand--they'll gladly help. ... more
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Sun Jan 3, 2010
Dan Tabit answered:
Hi Kathy,
You have some options.
1. You can buy, contingent on the sale of your home. This would require you to sell quickly to maintian the sellers interest. You lose some negotiating ability because a contingency like this can be like asking for a discount.
2. You can list your home for sale and keep an eye out for what you want to buy once yours sells. This would give you the maximum potential for getting the most out of your home. If yours sells, and you don't see what you want to buy right away, do a short term rental.
3. You can likely qualify for a mortgage, since you don't have one already. Find the home you want, buy it and move into it then sell yours. Once yours is sold, pay off the mortgage, or invest the proceeds from your sale in a safe place and enjoy the low rates and tax deduction. The only downside is the lender fees and the interest you'll pay until you sell.
I hope this helps.
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Tue Dec 1, 2009
Teddy Jagessar answered:
You did not say which property and if it is a Regular Sale or a Short Sale or a Bank Owned of the three a Short Sale the it one you cannot put a difinite time on as it is subject to The Seller's Lender(s) ... more
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