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Home Buying in 75234 : Real Estate Advice

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Black.m.l, Home Buyer in Farmers Branch, TX
Sun Oct 30, 2016
Black.m.l asked:
Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Bruce Lynn answered:
You are right. In transition. It depends on the neighborhood. I grew up around there so know the area well.
Typically it seems to get better south of Forest and East of Marsh, but there are pockets.
Prices keep moving up for the most part and lots of rehabs. Tear downs and rebuilds started about 2005-2006 but stopped with the downturn. There may have been a few lately, but it is just a matter of time due to the location.

Safe is always a relative word...so tough to say what is safe or not safe for you.
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Mark Sanchez,  in Dallas, TX
Wed Aug 11, 2010
Mark Sanchez answered:
I would suggest contacting the city building permit office. If they don't have the answer for you, they would be able to tell you who to contact.
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FSBOsuccess, Home Seller in 28590
Mon Aug 9, 2010
FSBOsuccess answered:
Doris, you are exactly right. Most credit repair companies (not all) are scams and will just take your money. I equate repairing credit like losing weight. It's easy to gain it (use credit), but VERY tough to get rid of it. Long and slow process. No quick fixes. ... more
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