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Fri Jun 16, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
Impossible to tell you. Fees vary from place to place depending on the property, what they cover, etc. If you're interested in buying a place, your REALTOR can give you the HOA fees for any property you're interested in. ... more
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Tue May 9, 2017
a new roof & they agreed to replace the roof. Now they have had several bids that say the roof doesn't need to be replaced? what is their obligation?
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Mon Jan 23, 2017
Maricris A answered:

I have emailed you regarding this concern.


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Fri Jan 15, 2016
Kgordon18 asked:
My address is 13704 Crested Butte Dr. NE Albuquerque, NM 87112. My correct phone number is 505-440-6929. You have another number listed there.
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Wed Jul 8, 2015
ln-shop asked:
information URGENT!! You need to take down the photos of my home. You do NOT have permission to show them as "public information." They are NOT public information and have not…
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Tue May 26, 2015
Tue Mar 4, 2014
Hi Mrspakelly,

It is possible but you will need to get pre-approved based on the condition that you sell your current home before you close on a new one since you can not afford your current mortgage. This is commonly referred to as a "back to back closing" where you close on the sale of your home and then on the purchase of the new home.

Check out my recommendations here on Trulia from some of my past clients by clicking the following link.

Please feel free to contact me for more information or help.

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Great Plains National Bank
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Mon May 6, 2013
Steve Quintana answered:
What interests you about that house?
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Tue Jun 26, 2012
Shahrazadstar answered:
I wanted to post a follow up to my question. I chose to use Steve Quintana for my purchase in Socorro, NM. This was the best decision I could have made. The original deal fell through because we couldn't reach a deal with the seller but we kept looking and found a better house. Steve was there every step of the way, First trying to get a deal reached on the original house, then he met us in Socorro to go house hunting and finally acted as our Broker for the house we eventual bought. It was a tedious process starting about Jan 10 and finally ending March 29. We couldn't be happier with the purchase or the decision to use Steve as our Broker. He goes above and beyond. We plan on making future purchases in New Mexico and I won't use anyone else but Steve! ... more
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Sat Aug 20, 2011
Chris Nyman Weller answered:
Hello Kathy, I'm curious, Are you new to Albuquerque or just considering a different part of town?

This street, like so many in Albuquerque, is spotty and different in different areas.... Of course it's helpful to drive by homes you are considering, but as a green alternative to a tank of gas you can do this virtually by using the mapping features available through Google maps, Mapquest, or many other internet based mapping sources.

Better yet, a thoughtful buyers agent will set you up a search on our local MLS. Once established you can keep tabs on the homes you are interested in, send comments to your agent, get ALL the available details on the home, and use 3-D satellite mapping to check out the neighbors and area.

I specialize in working with buyers in the establish & older areas of Albuquerque. Feel free to check out customer reviews of me (below) and my dedication to the client. (PS: It does not cost any more to use a buyers agent and may save you thousands to have a buyer oriented representative assist you with purchase and inspections.)

Have a happy home search!
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Mon Dec 22, 2008
David Stafford answered:
You should review the contract you have with him, which if you were using licensed agents should have used a contract that would have provided you the protection you need in this type of transaction - usually if the buyer on a real estate contract is late, you notify them that they are in default and if they do not cure the default within 30 days, they default to tenant status and you can evict them as any landlord would - see New Mexico Landlord-Tenant Act - post 3 day notice and eviction by Sheriff can be pretty quick. At least that is what the contract I would have used for you would say (approved by the Real Estate Associtaion of New Mexico attorneys). Hopefully, you have some kind of contract, and if not, go back to the title company you used to check their records. Best of luck! ... more
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