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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Haig Istamboulian answered:

According to the Public Records, this home went to Sheriff Sale on November 2nd of 2012. It is currently owned by CITIMORTGAGE. It is currently NOT listed for sale, but if you would like to be notified when it is placed on the market, please email me with your information and I can set you up on an automated search that will notify you when the property is placed on the market.

Thank you,

(248) 379-6547
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Tue Aug 20, 2013
Video Inspectors answered:
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Sal Leto answered:
I have some properties in Orlando Florida that are great for investment. They are already rehabbed and rented out. i have less than a 3.6% vacancy rate (annually) and these properties are already cash flowing and will be appreciating to double maybe even triple in the next 5-7 years. Call me if you are interested in looking at what i have. My name is Sal Leto my number is 562-441-3757 and my email is ... more
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Fri Jul 26, 2013
Jeremy Alexander answered:
Jeremy Alexander, Agent, Detroit, MI
Summer(city) taxes are due July 1st , winter taxes(county) are due dec 1st. Whoever owns the property/land are responsible for them...!! Citizens or not...!! ... more
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Sun Feb 3, 2013
Haig Istamboulian answered:

If you click on the link below, you will see every home that is currently listed for lease in the two (2) zip codes that you asked about.

Look through these and see if you like anything. If you do, contact the listing agent and they will be able to help you.

Thank you and Good Luck,

(248) 379-6547
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Fri Jul 30, 2010
Tom Lipinski answered:
So what you are asking is will next years taxes be based on the price you paid or a higher value. The city assessor will review the most recent sale (your purchase), along with other recent sales in the area to determine trends and arrive at a taxable value, which will be roughly half of what the actual value of the property is. This value will be applied to the local millage rate and will determine your tax. So it is likely that your taxes will be based on a higher value if you paid less that a market price. If you feel your taxes are based on a too high taxable value you can ask for a review. Reviews are only conducted during the first two weeks in March just after your assessment is filed in February. Feel free to contact me with further questions. ... more
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