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Mon May 19, 2014
Tamara_jr answered:
I've lived in Palmer Court Townhomes for 3 yrs, I don't have any complaints and don't plan on moving anytime soon. I think the price is VERY reasonable for the ammenities that you recieve. I have never had an issue with maintenance. Any time I put in a work order, they either come the same day or the next day. There is nothing they can personally do about "surrounding" buildings. They keep their property looking very nice and clean. I don't know where 5721 Stanton is..that may be an incorrect address for Palmer Court Townhomes, they are located between Ferry and Palmer, St. Antoine and Brush...Midtown. ... more
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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Toni Jennings answered:
Please give me a call. I specialize in the Boston/Edison area:

S. Toni Jennings | Realtor®
City Living Detroit | Redefining Urban Living
444 West Willis, Ste. 108, Detroit, MI 48201
Mobile: 313.409.4740 | Main: 313.242.7800

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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Toni Jennings answered:
Please give me a call. I specialize in the Midtown area:

S. Toni Jennings | Realtor®
City Living Detroit | Redefining Urban Living
444 West Willis, Ste. 108, Detroit, MI 48201

Mobile: 313.409.4740 | Main: 313.242.7800

CityLivingDetroit | Twitter | Facebook
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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Toni Jennings answered:
Please give me a call. I specialize in the Midtown area:

S. Toni Jennings | Realtor®
City Living Detroit | Redefining Urban Living
444 West Willis, Ste. 108, Detroit, MI 48201

Mobile: 313.409.4740 | Main: 313.242.7800

CityLivingDetroit | Twitter | Facebook
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
Andy Hargreaves answered:
Likely no, each bank will conduct their own BPO.
If you're the buyer and can "buy out" the seller for an agreeable amount (the $165k) to cover the first and leave them enough funds to pay off the 2nd?
If you're the seller -- they likely won't let you pay off the 1st for $165k and thereby eliminating the rest.

If you/they're deliquent on payments, does the $165k cover the attorney and recording fees they're likely adding up?
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
cfrlaw answered:
Yes. Glynn Court is very depressed.
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Fri Jun 10, 2011
Don Maclary answered:
Fri Mar 25, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Consider interviewing in person a few loacal agents, or as many as needed, from different realty companies then choose the one you like best and who has the most to offer....
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Wed Mar 31, 2010
Maureen Francis & Dmitry Koublitsky answered:
Looks like your question from December has been revitalized. Have you deciphered the secret code yet? I hope you are already well on you way to owning something.
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Tue Mar 30, 2010
Maureen Francis & Dmitry Koublitsky answered:
It says in the comments that the buyer walked when the short sale was close to finishing approval. This means the bank had done it's appraisals at that point. When the condo was listed, nobody had any idea what the bank would take. My GUESS is that they would not take the 99K, and they countered at a higher price and that is now closer to the current list price. If you are interested in the condo, have your agent call the listing agent and I am sure they tell them what is really going on. ... more
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Tue Mar 30, 2010
Reggie Fluker, MBA answered:
Hi Bill,

Just to add my 2 cents; the actual letters stand for "Affadavit of Compliance Responsibilty".

Reggie
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Fri Mar 26, 2010
Brent Maxwell answered:
Metro Detroit is a dynamic community of millions of people. The City of Detroit is going through a huge restructuring and will be volatile for years to come. This means opportunity for those smart enough and ballsy enough to invest. As Warren Buffet says, "Be greedy when others are fearful." Even with high taxes, Detroit properties generate cash on cash returns upwards of 30%. That's as good as it gets anywhere. As for the land in the city, the population has dropped by about 60% over the last 50 years and is bottoming out. Large sections of the city are being looked at for land banks, and having city services dropped. This means relocation. Detroit of the future will not be a city of 700,000 in 140 square miles designed for 2 million. It will be a city of 700,000 in 140 square miles, 40% of which is farms and county land, the rest villages with large greenspaces. Values here are at the bottom, with nice brick homes in good shape available for great prices.

Brent Maxwell
The Dolphin Group
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Sat Jan 30, 2010
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Thu Nov 20, 2008
Brent Maxwell answered:
Every property is ALWAYS for sale. At the right price. Wait till it closes and let the selling agent know your're interested in buying the property. If an investor bought it, its likely the investor will flip it. Or, keep an eye on it and see if it comes back on the market if the deal falls through.

Good luck.
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Wed May 21, 2008
Elizabeth Tintinalli answered:
Hello! My name is Liz and I am an agent that services the greater downtown area. I live about 2 miles from Longfellow and i know it is a great street. Since the property is an expired RE Listing, you can try and contact the past agency that listed it for more information or I would even send a letter to the owner stating your interest. Let me know if I cn help you with your search.
Liz Tintinalli
Real Estate One
C: 313-617-2699
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