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Sat Jun 10, 2017
Marie614710 asked:
Wed Jul 20, 2016
Lorennoahkaplan answered:
Test after test have been conducted in Bell Canyon and the results of NO CONTAMINATION whatsoever have been published in several peer-reviewd scholarly journals.
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Tue Jun 28, 2016
Trust me it is not optional. I can see why you may think it is. There are any number of liens that could be against this home that are not self evident.
Tax liens, judgements from unpaid credit cards unpaid bills, and legal actions. Someone else could have a unpaid mortgage on the property. ... more
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Mon Oct 27, 2014
Derrick Sly answered:
It's really hard to find good Alzheimer's care. We had a very hard time finding a good way to take care of my grandmother. We all care about her but it is very time consuming. She really needs 24/7 supervision in order to stay safe. I hope your problem is resolved soon.
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Mon Nov 11, 2013
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Thu Aug 15, 2013
Brad Harry answered:
Consult a real estate attorney. They will let you know your options and hopefully guide you in the correct direction.
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Sherry Ramos answered:
I have a fabulous property South of the Blvd. It's a short sale and I just listed it. 4+3, 2600sq ft (front house) with a 1700 sq ft separate building (bedrooms/baths/LR) on over 18k lot. Priced to sell! I also have knowledge of REOs in the West Valley. Contact me at (818) 429-2793. ... more
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Fri Jun 1, 2012
Maria Gilda Racelis answered:
What matters most here and the key is how much the bank will qualify you for a loan.
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Fri Jun 1, 2012
Bob Willett answered:
The public records are not always accurate, but it is something that you should check-out. I just had to fix a similar problem on my mother’s house as I wanted to make sure this didn’t raise a red flag when she tries to sell. It could be an unpermitted addition or just a miscalculation on the part of the assessor. In my mom’s case it was because the assessor didn’t include the enclosed breezeway in the square footage even though it was in the permit that way. It was a 300 square foot difference. ... more
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Wed Dec 21, 2011
Roy Lhanie answered:
Are you looking to lease near that area? What is your budget? I can help you out as i specialize in that area. Call or email me for any questions.

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Mon Jul 11, 2011
Kobi Costa answered:

There is still strong deman for vacant land in Bell Canyon. Please contact me for a no-obligation market analysis.

Kobi Costa
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Sat Jan 1, 2011
Nathaniel Pitchon-Getzels answered:
You can look it up by address. If you can not find it any agent can give you the information. Hope you found what you are looking for. If you are thinking of buying in bell canyon make sure to review the rules and fees of the community. It is a very special community to live in. Bell canyon is rich with history and culture. ... more
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Thu Feb 25, 2010
Don Tepper answered:
Wrong question.

There may or may not be any "known" lease/purchase options. I'll leave that to a Realtor with access to the MLS in that area.

Right question: "Any lease/purchase options in West Hills . . . " Absolutely. And I don't need the MLS for that. I've posted a lot on the subject of finding and creating lease-options. You can search for them; they go into detail about how to do it. But among the things to look for:

--Properties that are vacant, especially those with long days on market.
--Properties listed in the MLS both for rent and for sale.
--Properties listed in the MLS for sale that previously had been listed for rent.
--Properties listed in the MLS for rent that previously had been listed for sale.
--Properties listed in the MLS indicating some sort of owner financing.
--Properties not in the MLS but advertised elsewhere, such as Craigslist, meeting any of the above criteria.

There are dozen of other possibilities, too. Or do your own marketing. Send a letter to owners of properties meeting your criteria.

Hope that helps.
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Mon Sep 1, 2008
Michael Barron answered:
Hi therer . What price ranges and types of property are you looking for. There are many sites that can provide this for you.

Kind Regards
Michael Barron
First Team Real Estate ... more
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