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Sun Mar 19, 2017
Jwms9106 answered:
reason is unreported means more tax dollars for the police department here that really do very little and are sure not good at much but writing tickets and hanging out drinking coffee
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Sun Mar 12, 2017
Sgwilkie answered:
It is right next door to the house my Grandparents built. They passed several years ago and the house has been sold, but I've been up there. It's the top of a mountain with a road way. I disagree with the person who claimed it was worth $100. I wish my Grandparent's house was still in the family. ... more
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Tue Jan 31, 2017
LCabrera14 answered:
I have a 2 bedroom apartment with a gas stove and washer dryer hook ups at 2201 Scott St. Little Rock 72206 which is very close to 72202. See below: ... more
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Mon Sep 26, 2016
Angelica P answered:

I apologize if the image associated with your property page caused you any inconvenience and I am happy to help in any way I can. Please be advised the image you are seeing is provided to us from Google images of which we do not have the ability to edit or remove. My recommendation would be to contact Google to request they blur out your photo and home photo. Please feel free to use these steps:

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Thu Aug 25, 2016
Ashtinsmom asked:
Looking for a church in the central Arkansas Area to lease or buy. Trying to start a Ministry.
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Tue Dec 1, 2015
Nancy Lindsey Burris answered:
What is the average price for building a home in fayetteville ar by square foot
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Thu Oct 15, 2015 asked:
I have some land in Paron, AR can someone please tell me how much it could sell for per acre.........I have tried to find out but I keep getting conflicting answers!!!! It has had a lot…
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Sun Mar 22, 2015
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Fri Dec 12, 2014
Mark Leach answered:
Wow, there are a lot of veterinary services in that area! I think that is great because where I live, we don't even have one. I have to drive 90 miles to get to one. I should cnsider moving elsewhere.
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Fri Nov 7, 2014
George Lindley & Bill Nelson answered:
It very well might work. We had one that was here for many years. It burned a few years ago and was never rebuilt. It sure might be something to look into.
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Fri Mar 28, 2014
Carlota Carver answered:
Your first step is of course to determine the type of loan you qualify for or works best for you (be it Rural Development, FHA or VA). I can put you in touch with a very experienced and communicative lender. Next, you should determine what your comfortable budget range is that will allow you to not only make your payments but to be able to save for those unexpected personal emergencies or routine home repairs. This is not necessarily the same amount that you qualify to borrow.
With this loan prequalification and your budget in mind, it is now the time to actually begin looking for your property. The type of loan will determine what is required of the home itself. Rural Development and VA loans have strict guidelines as to the condition of the property so in this case, you will not be looking for a "fixer-upper". I can provide you with a list of condition requriements and provide guidance as to what would disqualify a property for your type of loan and see if we can negotiate with the seller to make any necessary repairs. FHA has some programs which allow for repairs and you will need to follow their specific repair bids and cost limit procedures.
I will be happy to help you navigate this sometimes complex home purchasing process. Call or text me at 870.378.0045
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Fri Feb 7, 2014
The Tobey Team answered:
Hello Amanda, I noticed a few folks responded to you but not sure if you ever found your land. If not please let me know what area and price range you have in mind and I will do a search for you. Thanks The Tobey Team ... more
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Sat Feb 1, 2014
Blanche Thornhill answered:
Yes we do have one of highest technology testing facility just outside our west gate.
We have all types of doctors in the village. We have a full time ambulance service
here also. I would love to give you a tour of the village and answer any of the other
questions you might have. Give me a call
Blanche Thornhill
501-984-0911 C 21 HSV Realty
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Tue Oct 15, 2013
Gavin Edwards answered:
There are many opportunities in Downtown Bentonville. I live just a few blocks away and can help you find some great deals. Also if you are interested in looking at NEW homes we can help you to build as well. shoot me an email and I will send you more info ... more
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
Dan Tabit answered:
I get upset when an inspector doesn't acknowledge their limits. A good inspector knows a little about a lot of things. Some may be an expert in a given area due to previous experience, but that doesn't make them an expert in everything. I've had one inspector break a clients furnace, then in another home take apart a fireplace glass door and barely get it back together.
I'd prefer they refer out to further inspections by licensed and trained furnace or other experts than take apart equipment.
My favorite inspector uses Thermal Imaging. When the inspector is properly trained, this is a great tool to catch things invisible to the naked eye.
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Thu Apr 18, 2013
bladd answered:
While FHA does not have a minimum credit score requirement, most lenders and the investors who buy these loans do. In our area 640 crdit score is where most lenders are on FHA and Rural Developmant loans. I teach real estate all over Arkansas, some areas I teach Finance lenders have told me they have a 660 minimum requirement while in one I found 630 was a minimum. Several factors affect your credit score , but the 2 most important appear to be Payment History (35%) of score and Amounts owed (30%) of the score, followed by Payment History (15%) of score. If you have other questions you can email me at: ... more
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