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Mon Jan 2, 2017
Aundrea Kopp answered:
Once every month, King County Housing Authority (Tukwila / So. center location) does the footwork for you by printing 1 - 6bd. homes, or apartments that are already Landlord qualify. It actually really nice because it gives you the physical adress, deposit amount, Landlords name and phone number, as well as any other specifics like pets allowed...ect. ...ect.. I believe the office closes during the week at 4:30pm and are not open to the public on Wednesdays. (?) anyway, i do believe the phone # is:
(206) 214-1300..Hope this helps and Good Luck!!
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Wed Nov 16, 2016
Vaskir31 answered:
Let me know if you are still in the Market for a Home. Call me at 571-302-1368. I am a Loan Officer.
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Wed Oct 28, 2015
Mckillopeileen asked:
My client purchased Gary Fox Plumbing and has agreed to no longer use the trade name "Gary Fox Plumbing" and is now operating the business under a new trade name "Gary's…
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Sun Jun 16, 2013
Kary Krismer answered:
I just noticed this was a condo. With condos it is less likely that the flip was due to inspection because the more serious issues that would not likely be noticed just walking through would more likely be an association responsibility to repair.

With a condo the flip could be due to information contained in the "resale certificate" regarding the financial health of the association. And there are a lot of condo associations which are struggling right now, particularly ones built or converted to condo at or near the time of our peak in prices (2007). Unfortunately the resale certificate is also not public information, but I did once see a listing agent put a copy of a resale certificate in the unit for potential buyers to review. The condo had serious financial issues due to needed repairs and the listing agent probably wanted to make sure buyers knew what they were getting into in advance so that she wouldn't waste everyone's' time.
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Fri May 9, 2008
Mortgage Reel answered:

Not approaching from the Real Estate side, my business partner and I have been offering a flat loan fee for potential qualified buyers. We have sign riders that are on displayed for potential buyers who are interested in your home. This is a nice incentive for a buyer to know they will have the opportunity to save money instantly.

BUT if you have had very little activity, its probably the price. Yes the market is slow but the number of pendings have increased. Other agents on this post can add to that.

Do a new CMA, market comparison, pendings homes close by, possibly the value has dropped and you need to readjust your asking price.

Good Luck!
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