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Thu Aug 24, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
After reading your reply below, what you did was not pay rent on the 2nd lot where the mobile home is. You owe the landlord rent for every month you had possession of this lot. This is why the landlord is rejecting every applicant you have. It's nice you got a mobile home for free BUT that elderly woman who moved in with her daughter was still responsible for paying space rent and electricity on her lot. Once she left, she was not going to pay it, so since you took possession of the lot and mobile home, you were responsible to pay space rent and electricity on her lot. Basically, you're a thief because you never paid your landlord for that 2nd lot. I guarantee once you pay back all the money you owe, the landlord will accept whatever tenants you get.

Honestly, did you think you could have possession of a 2nd lot for free??? What's wrong with you?? By the way, I'm 100% positive one of your neighbors complained to the landlord about you which is how the landlord found out. I'm sure you can figure out which neighbor spilled the beans.
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Tue Apr 18, 2017
Sydwayzcomix answered:
you want answers on this house and the neighborhood, feel free to contact me by email.
i can give you the answers where this "trulia" have failed.
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Wed Jan 21, 2015
Mark Anderson answered:
Trulia is not a for sale by owner site so you will be unable to list your home here with out a real estate agent. The square footage is being pulled from public record so you will need to have that fixed at the county level.

There are other sites for FSBOs that you can utilize such as craigslist and
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Wed Nov 5, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
If the house does not qualify for a USDA Rural loan, then the answer is NO.
The house may qualify for other financing products.

You need to discover why the home is being sold 'cash only.'

It may have 'issues' that will cause it ti fail home inspection and/or insurance inspection and/or appraisal.
Since it's been on the market over 100 days. the quick path to closing is not the issue.

If you are unable to uncover the issue, hire someone who can.

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Palm Harbor FL
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Tue Jun 11, 2013
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