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Thu Sep 8, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
Those are all questions you should ask your broker. The broker should train you on MLS useage and assist you through each step.
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Fri Mar 21, 2014
Danny & Anna Mendez answered:
Simply go to the hud.gov website and type in "approved condomium projects" in the search bar. That will bring up a list of all approved projects.
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
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Sun Jul 1, 2012
Jillian Turner answered:
I didn't see this address listed on the MLS. Where did you see the listing?

--Jillian Turner
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Sun Nov 7, 2010
Brett Matsuura answered:
MLS stands for Multiple Listing Service. It is a system where Realtors share their properties for sale and is a broad agreement where commissions are shared. According to the National Association of Realtors 2009 profile of Buyers and Sellers 64% of first time home buyers used the MLS to find a home while 93% of Seller's utilized it as part of their marketing plan. Therefore, the main pro is exposure...and I don't see any con. MLS systems can only be access by Realtors, therefore you would need to have a Realtor represent you to get your property on you local system. Each Realtor will offer different services and will charge different a different commission rate. If you are new to buying/selling real estate you should consider only working with a full service agent, also you should interview a few agents and find one you like. If you are a Seller, the total commissions will be charged as a closing costs for both buyer and seller. Any amount of commissions paid to the Buyer Agent from the Seller will count as a credit to the commission agreement between the Buyer Agent and the Buyer. For example, if a Buyer Agent charges 3% to represent a Buyer and the Seller agrees to pay 2.5% of that...the .5% differerence would be the Buyer's responsibility to pay at closing. Hope this helps you out...good luck! ... more
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Mon Mar 29, 2010
David Chiles answered:
ForeclosureRadar.com is another service some agents use to track forclosures, but is open to investors as well. The service is based in West Coast Markets only, Southern California included and includes a free trial. ... more
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