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Wed Oct 19, 2016
Steven Wellever asked:
Here is the link use for syndication...


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Thu Aug 25, 2016
Justin Unget asked:
My realtor posted our house to MLS and it is showing up on trulia but without our mls pictures!!
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Thu May 1, 2014
Ron, Kristina Wilczek answered:
We have helped 2 families buy through the NACA program and have referred several more. One of the families who bought was the family of our son. It works, and it's a good deal. It does take a while to process through their system. Call us at 480-445-9480. ... more
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Mon Sep 9, 2013
Jean-Leon Magnotto answered:
I have a partner that specialized in rental properties, if you would like to speak to a professional who can help you for free, contact me directly, and I will put you in touch. Thanks, good luck ! ... more
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Sat Feb 23, 2013
Debbie Nieman answered:
This property is currently under contract.

Real Estate agents can run what we call comps'. We will pull like properties within 1/2 mile or mile radius and come up with the active, under contracts and closed properties. From there we determine what a like property would sell for as the market is ever changing.

An appraiser that is hired by buyers and buyers lenders to determine home values is one's persons opinion as well.

If you are in the market to view properties I can set you up on a search or you can visit my website at or and search active properties in the area.

Before my clients put in an offer I always run comp's for them and give them an idea as to the current value so we know what to offer.

i would be happy to assist you in that process as well.

You can reach me at 602-799-5239

Debbie Nieman
Keller Williams Sonoran Living
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
Jennie Miller, Pllc answered:
Are you still driving a truck for a living?

I have included a link below with recent activity in the subdivision for rental homes. You could expect that this home would rent in the same price range. Are you considering renting your home? I have extensive recommendations from my clients and would be happy to help you. I see this home is listed for sale. Are you currently buying or selling the home?
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Fri Aug 17, 2012
Jennie Miller, Pllc answered:
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Wed Aug 3, 2011
Carol A Norris answered:
I have to take exception to one of your first responses indicating a thumbs down on Sunnyslope area. First of all, your other respondents are absolutely correct that realtors are not allowed to indicate a good or bad area. Instead, respoonding agents have given you several wonderful websites and resources to contact to make that determination for yourself. Personally, I both live in and work in/around Sunnyslope and love it for over 25 years! We have a strong Block Watch program, great neighbors, and scenic views. Come join us and if you want any help finding property to review, please feel free to contact me. ... more
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Thu Jan 7, 2010
Crescent Group Realty answered: poor thing...not only did your question get "hijacked" as someone else pointed out here but yes sounds like you've got to be careful because of the many scams. I also wanted to share an article with you I read a few days ago about loan modifications success rate. Keep in mind loan resets, especially the 5 year ARMS will still be resetting for several years to come, hence most of us in the valley will have to bear the cost of being "underwater" for a little bit longer. Have you considered other alternatives? Do you need to move or are you happy in your current home and happy to stay put for a number of more years? If you have no desire, need or intention to move then a loan mod may be the best thing for you to pursue indeed but just be careful. Have you tried contacting the banks yourself?

Here's the article

Uzi Husain,
Keller Williams Integrity 1st Realty
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Wed Jul 1, 2009
Paul Welden answered:
Hi Dabeav,

I agree with Randy, Todd and Lucinda. However, I partially disagree with Bob's answer. If you add a co-borrower to the loan and purchase contract, then the seller, regardless if they are private or a bank, will now have to be concerned with 2 borrowers qualifying instead of just one. Now, there could be double the risk of the borrowers not qualifying. I understand the sellers reason(s) for not allowing the addendum. But you need to know if you are REQUIRED to have a cosigner in order to purchase the home or is it just a suggestion from your lender.
Maybe you could offer to increase your earnest deposit and make it non-refundable in exchange for adding the co-signer. So, if you do cancel or can't get approved or can't buy it, at least the seller is compesentated for accepting the additional risk. Regardless of all this, what advice is your Buyer's Agent giving you?

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Mon Sep 15, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
unkless you are a licensed agent or broker you cant by law putthis together yourself. you should find a commercial realtor who is familiar with your area or worked with your city before to assist you in getti9ng everyone together, getting a price in its entirety that is fair to the sellers and teh city. just because you put them all together the city will pay only what they have in mind. heck if you force their hand they could just take it in eminant domain so dont push to far. Find someoen who has done this to guide you. good luck dan ... more
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