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Thu Apr 23, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
Not sure what "heart" you're referring to. Are you confusing Trulia with Zillow??
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Wed Sep 24, 2014
Pritam Brar asked:
Fri Aug 16, 2013
Ajay Mehta answered:
There are many available. Please send me details of your criteria and it will be pleasure to work with you.
Please feel free to reach out to me at 330-285-4134 or ajaykmehta@russellrealty.com Best Wishes, Ajay Mehta. Russell Real Estate Services ... more
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Fri Aug 16, 2013
Ajay Mehta answered:
Based on multiple factors including credit score, down payment, work history, cost of home etc is how a lender will decide.
If you need assistance, I will be happy to give you a few lenders that will work for you to help obtain your home.
Feel free to reach out.
Best Wishes,
Ajay Mehta
Russell Real Estate Services
330-285-4134
www.ajaykmehta.com
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Fri Aug 16, 2013
Ajay Mehta answered:
Kamaljit,
Any loan amount goes thru a similar process. It is best to contact a mortgage company or your bank mortgage professional and get the required information. Based on your credit, downpayment, etc is how they will work the qualifying process. If you need assistance with recommendations, I will be happy to provide a few of them.
Please feel free to reach out to me at 330-285-4134 or ajaykmehta@russellrealty.com
Best Wishes,
Ajay Mehta.
Russell Real Estate Services
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Thu Aug 15, 2013
Ajay Mehta answered:
Yes, There are many rentals available in the area. Feel free to contact me at 330-285-4134, so we can discuss your requirements and then narrow down a few for you to look at. Thanks, Ajay Mehta www.ajaykmehta.com Russell Real Estate Service ... more
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Fri May 27, 2011
Christopher Lefebvre answered:
Latorya, the prices on home listings are the asking prices that the sellers are currently asking for the home. The prices are negotiable. The actual sales price may be higher or lower depending on the final agreement reached between a buyer and seller. If there is a lot of competition from buyers for a particular listing, the final sales price might be higher than the asking price because someone was willing to pay more than the asking price. If there is low competition from buyers for a listing and if a seller is motivated to sell, the sale price might be lower than the asking price.

An experienced real estate agent can help you determine the approximate current market value before you put an offer on a home. I hope this helps.
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Mon Dec 7, 2009
Emily Erekuff answered:
Hi Seller,

Thank you for reaching out to us about this. Barb is absolutely correct. Fixing a price error like this depends upon which source is providing us with the listing information for the property in question and what information they provide to us. It is often the case that the listing source is sending inaccurate information to us and in such cases the best method to correct our display is to correct the information at the source. Once they update their information, our display should update automatically thereafter.

If you aren't sure which source is providing this listing information to us, I recommend that you contact your agent our our Customer Service team for assistance. You can reach our Customer Service team via the link below, or you can select the 'Report an error' link shown on the right side of the listing page on our site.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Community Moderator
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Mon Oct 13, 2008
Bob Kienast answered:
The Mortgage market is so complex these days, only the Mortgage Broker knows for sure where rates are headed, and sometimes even they are wrong !! Rates have been trending slightly upwards recently, but the credit markets are especially volatile these days as lenders tighten their requirements.

My recommendation would be to check with the institution that gave you your preapproval. You should be able to check on-line how rates are headed in the short term.
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