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Mon Dec 12, 2016
Breanna_mueller123 asked:
Wed Aug 19, 2015
Bizoffice asked:
The home is valued by the county at 75,400, and free & clear of liens or mortgages. Never filed for Bankruptcy. Credit scores of 573, 580, and 695 with Trans Union. But i need to get this…
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Thu Dec 18, 2014
Tim Moore answered:
All listings in a company all belong to the company, not to any agent in that company. Most people don't understand that. What Alan said is true, and it needs to show up on the HUD1 sheet that it was paid. Everything must be disclosed - no under the table payments!!

Many people think that an agent will not try and get the best price for their buyers because it lowers their commission they receive. While true, the difference is pretty small when you get down to the agents money they take home and before any taxes are paid on it. For example with a regular commission these days and an agent making a 60% split with their company $5,000 is price reduction equates to $75 less to the agent.
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Tue Apr 29, 2014
Alex Mihalache answered:
Spring is probably the best in North Est, DC area, but considering today's market I do not believe it makes any difference.
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Sat Feb 1, 2014
Martin Scheuer Jr. answered:
Hello Sue! I would be happy to send you anything that is available! Would you please let me know what your email address is? Thank you and I hope to work with you in the future!
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Peggy Kadow answered:
There are three professionals you should seek the help of in this situation. 1) an attorney, 2) your tax accountant, and 3) your lender that you want to purchase a future home from.
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Fri Dec 14, 2012
Frank Dolski answered:
Now is the best time to list your home! Inventories are low and prices are inching up. Less inventory means less competition!
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Mon Mar 30, 2009
Michael Hammond answered:
You may want to check with a tax pro, Beth, but I believe you had to buy your first home on or after April 9, 2008 to qualify for last year's tax credit.
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