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60643 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Dec 3, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Contact or visit the county tax assessor's office to find out who the legal owner is. Then contact the owner to register a complaint with your landlord. You should also contact the local police department. ... more
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Sat Jun 24, 2017
Sidney answered:
It's always a good idea to try and move your credit score up so you can get the optimal rate for the loan you're interested in. I suggest paying off the debt if you can before pursuing any other lenders. Try to set up payment plans and work with the collection and credit agencies to get those hits taken off your record.

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Sat Aug 13, 2016
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Thu May 12, 2016
Diane Christner answered:
Sorry, you cannot post your FSBO listing directly to Trulia, try Zillow instead.
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Tue Sep 1, 2015
Bob Brandt answered:
You should ask a plumber who knows or bring one along with your home inspector before or after the contract is signed. Most Realtors on this site are not the plumbing expert you seek.
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Sat Jan 17, 2015
Joseph Domino answered:
No there is nothing you can do. Remember, a short sale is a debt settlement agreement between the seller and the bank. The sale of the property is just the the sellers offer to settle the debt. If the seller and the bank cannot agree on terms, no deal. Many times the bank asks the seller to sign a note for money after the sale, most sellers will not agree. ... more
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Mon Oct 6, 2014
Thomas Moser answered:
You really need to consult an attorney about this very important matter. Best of luck t you.
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Sat Sep 27, 2014
Maurice Hampton answered:
It does not appear to be for sale.
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Sat Dec 8, 2012
Larry Scheiderich, SFR answered:
Roger, the answer to this question really lies with you. What is your time frame for moving and what are your primary goals in this transaction? For example, If you are driven only by money, expect to wait a while and sell in the Spring/Summer. It all depends on your goals and needs. I live in Beverly and recently two of the homes I sold there accepted contracts within two weeks of the initial listing. Market time can vary, so really think about what is most important for you, your family and your future. Then, make a plan with your real estate professional. Have a wonderful Christmas Season. ... more
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Sun May 1, 2011
John Potter answered:
With divorce rates at 50% for first time marriages and 75% for second time marriages, lendors sure do have a problem on their hands.
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