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Home Buying in Auburn Hills : Real Estate Advice

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Ernie Behrle, Real Estate Pro in Raleigh, NC
Fri Aug 8, 2014
Ernie Behrle answered:
I would think though that there may be some zoning issues to consider when setting up a business. Before purchasing, check what your selected home is zoned for.
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aftervince19…, Other/Just Looking in Greenville, NC
Sat Apr 5, 2014
aftervince1973 answered:
Nice to see buyers with recent foreclosure able to buy again.

See http://wwww.thinkcomstock.com/buy-after-foreclosure/ if you are in need.
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Eric Michael, Real Estate Pro in Northville, MI
Sat Jun 23, 2012
Eric Michael answered:
Gina,

The best way to find a land contract is to work with an experienced real estate agent.

Let me know if you need a recommendation for that area. I have a couple that I've referred out before.

Eric Michael

734-564-1519

EricMichael@Remerica.com
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Voices Member,  in Milford, MI
Fri Sep 16, 2011
Voices Member answered:
You understand the issues now from the other replies. If you need help in finding a local Loan Officer, I can send you a list of ones that my buyer clients have used and like. Contact me. ... more
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Derek Bauer, Real Estate Pro in South Lyon, MI
Mon Jun 29, 2009
Derek Bauer answered:
Shirley is correct, as the market opportunities are many. You may use the link below to simplify your search and notify me when something is of interest...
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Scott Sowles, Real Estate Pro in Rochester, MI
Thu Aug 14, 2008
Scott Sowles answered:
Jeff,

In our area I believe the problem was with Louisiana Pacific siding. If you have the problem I'm thinking of it began with improper installation. In order for the siding to last and for the warranty to be supported the siding needed to be completely sealed from moisture. Most contactors didn't know or bother to follow the guidelines for proper installation so moisture easily got into the cracks or nail holes,quickly destroying the siding. It was an expensive repair and eventually got legal. Here is a link that may help you out:

http://www.sidingsolutions.com/pages/classtat.htm

If I can be of any additional help please contact me directly.
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