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Sun Aug 14, 2016
Sharifellie answered:
my business was looking for Form 1 Standard form Rental Application earlier today and located a great service that has an online forms database . If others have been needing Form 1 Standard form Rental Application also , here's a http://goo.gl/02A1az ... more
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Tue Aug 9, 2016
Mary asked:
I hired a realtor for listing my house for rental, he is also my property manager. The lease was terminated on the same day as the lease execution date. The tenants didn't move to the property.…
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Thu Aug 6, 2015
Chenfeigrent asked:
I posted it via Postlets. I expired in on Postlets, but even after 4 days, it still shows up on Trulia as active.
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Sat Mar 21, 2015
Peggy Barber answered:
Melissa, I checked for rentals. There i nothing in the zip code for keeping horses. Most Houston equestrians end up with some sort of boarding arrangement for their horses. In a less populated area, you might be able to find a reputable yard that would be close to your home.

"Would be willing to spend up to $700. If we had to spend more we would consider it."
Please elaborate on this.

Peggy Barber
Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan
peggybarber2@mac.com
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Mon Mar 11, 2013
Mark McNitt answered:
Kathleen,

You posted your question in Houston, TX. You might want to repost with Trulia Realtors in Florida. Likely not valid if there are blanks, but always best to speak to a real estate attorney as Realtors cannot give legal advise.

Good luck!!

Mark McNitt,
m 832-567-4357
Bernstein Realty, Inc.
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Mon Apr 12, 2010
Bob Movin-On answered:
No if the first mortgage holder foreclosed the second has no rights against the buyer, who most likely was the foreclosing party (the first mortgage co). The second mortgage holder can now come after you, that note you signed was just that a note with the house as security, the house is no longer there as security but the note is still due and payable by you.
Good Luck and if we can be of any assistance please do not hesitate to ask.
Bob
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