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Tue Aug 22, 2017
Charles Harris asked:
Tue Jul 11, 2017
Marilyn Phillips asked:
Thu Sep 15, 2016
Jcfam494 asked:
How soon after paying off bankruptcy can you sell and buy a home?
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Sun Sep 22, 2013
Kim Glass answered:
Hi Sylvia,

Do you mean a great seller's market, buyer's market, balanced market, etc.? Add some more details and hopefully more people will be able to help answer your question.

-Kim, Community Manager
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Sat Sep 7, 2013
Shaukatali Kadibhai answered:
The market is hot for sellers at present here.
Contact your area Realtor and he will give you the number of days a house sits on the market in your area.

Good Luck.
Kadibhai (Kadi)
Better Homes & Gardens Gary Greene, Realtor Katy/Houston
Phone: 832-228-7978
Fax: 281-646 1841
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
The Sherri Oaks Team answered:
Thank you the insight. But unfortunately, there are several schools that feel the need to install such precautions.
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Fri Apr 13, 2012
Cammy Hinson answered:
I have a gal looking for more of that type of work... I am a Realtor and I use her in Johnson County, Cass County, Jackson County, Wyndotte County, her name is Amy and you can call her at 816-778-5218... she is fabulous and cost effective. ... more
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Tue Jan 17, 2012
Cyearns answered:

It's hard to say without more information. Most houses in that area (assuming they are in good shape) are worth $55 to $75k.
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Mon Jul 19, 2010
Pamela Campbell answered:
Sun Apr 26, 2009
Vicky Chrisner answered:
You should consult a qualified tax advisor, but my guess is that if your past tax returns clearly show that you have held a rental property and not a principal residence, then you likely can claim the credit. Again - do not make decisions based on any answers you get here, this is a tax question and most responders will be real estate agents, not tax professionals. Also, since this is a new law and grey areas may remain undefined, we really should not be giving you more than our best guess. ... more
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