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Mon Nov 21, 2016
Neil Roxas answered:
Hi,

At this time, unfortunately, we currently do not have listings for rent to own homes. You may try your luck though and search our website using the Keyword section of the search filter which can be found in the All Filters button. However, these listings are extremely rare.

Regards,

Neil
Consumer Care Advocate
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Sat Apr 23, 2016
Olivia_raider asked:
FSBO and it's been 2 days since inspection report has been received. The buyers realtor is refusing to answer calls/emails asking for list. Per through comtract, the resolution period…
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Thu Mar 10, 2016
Brook and Ian Macdonald asked:
Fri Jun 12, 2015
Megan Sulek answered:
If you are wanting the most exposure possible to your home working with a professional real estate agent is the way to go! If you are not already working with someone I would love to talk to you about what we can do to get your home sold. I am a realtor with Reece Nichols on The Red Door Group in the College Blvd. Office.
I hope to talk to you soon!
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Mon Jan 13, 2014
Steve Hulme answered:
Hi Sue,
If you send me an email I will be glad to send you a list of all the newer 4+ bedroom homes in the Olathe Northwest School district actively on MLS today. Sometimes the information on Trulia is not as up to date as actual MLS information. What's your email address?
Currently there are 40 homes active on MLS that are less than 10 years old in Olathe NW high School area.
Steve Hulme
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Thu Dec 13, 2012
Neva Smith answered:
I don't know about all the 2nd mortgages, liens and such I think they are out of luck so to speak - but your bank probably put it up for auction for what they felt was owed on it (and bought it back themselves as often noone bids and buys at sheriffs sales). Once you get behind and in default they start tacking on all the late charges and the foreclosure attorney fees. But when the redemption period is up and the put it on the market with a Real Estate Company - it may end up selling for only 60% more or less of what is or was actually owed against it. ... more
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Mon Jul 4, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
Jami new construction is different than if you were making an offer on an existing house. If you have already reserved alot you have limited your offer power from the start, in most cases the buyer makes their offer to purchase a new constyruction home based on a base price and negotiates that price whioch often builders do not lower but do negotiate extras, upgrades etc... if you need closing costs you can ask fo them as well. The builder wants you to reserve the lot but you want them to accept your offer to resevr it, by reserving before discussing price you tool away that threat of not reserving. When buying new construction it is important to have a buyer broker well expereinced in new construction to assist you in negotiating. At this point all you can do is ask and see what the builder replies with and try and meet in the middle. good luck with your purchase ... more
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Sun May 30, 2010
Bryan Tobiason answered:
Sorry to be late with this answer... but there are three homes currently for sale in Olathe that are energy star. However there may be more. There is a spot to search for this under green features, but if the listing agent didn't input the MLS properly then an Energy Star Home may be out there and not listed as such. The link below will take you to the three in Olathe. Let me know if you have further questions. ... more
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