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Sat Sep 28, 2013
Haig Istamboulian answered:

Currently I do NOT see any homes on Twyckinghma listed for lease on the MLS system. It doesn't mean that something won't pop up or if an owner has it listed for lease privately, so possibly check newspapers or drive down the street to see if a sign is possibly posted on a house.

Let me know if you would consider another street near Twyckingham, or even a home in the same zip code. If you would like to be set up to receive any properties via email, that are listed on the MLS, then contact me and I will do that for you.

Thank you,

(248) 379-6547
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
Wallace Radge answered:
Michigan has a redemption period. Once the bank forecloses they have to wait 6 months before they can sell it because the previous owner can get the home back if they come up with the money they owe. They site vacant because the property does not have a marketable title until the redemption period expires. ... more
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Wed Jun 19, 2013
trina7922 answered:
Thanks for all the feedback, the bid was 199 900 the appraisal was 175,000 they said they wont lower the price to the appraisal value. They want me to go through homepath because they dont use an appraisal. I did notice the Sq ft on the appraisal was off by 400 feet the # of baths was wrong, im waiting on the appraiser to return my call or email ... more
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Roger Belue answered:
Leasing with an option to buy is usually a tricky feat. Lots of sellers will be willing to lease the property for a predetermined contract term without making an appealing option. If an option is made, it's very hard to determine what the value of that option should be. If you sign an option up front to purchase the home after the the lease term expires, the property value may change before that lease expires. This can work for good as well as bad depending on the trend of the market where that property is located. ... more
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Sat Mar 7, 2009
Yona Bello answered:
Hi Samuel,

Yes there are and if you are a first time home buyer, there are also tax credits and you might qualify for a grant too.

Good Luck!
Yona Bello
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