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Agent2Agent in Bethesda : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 10, 2014
Stephane Chartier answered:
I usually provide access to a few of my best contacts, mortgage, appraiser, inspectors, etc like most agents do. Trying to stay impartial.
I also provide a link for utilities service provider (Cable TV, Internet, Security system, etc.) where they pick and choose discounted products. It's available nationwide (
Some states where energy (Gas & Electricity) is deregulated, is also offered.
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Wed Jun 11, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
Chat first with your attorney and discuss asset protection.
At some point you WILL be acquiring real estate creating greater need for this shield.

If your future involves working closely with investor types, simultaneous closing, assignments, commercial, funding, instruments of debt, mobile home parks, multifamily, complexes, ,you may find this an essential provision.

Then your accountant will direct you regarding your process.
If however your dream to fame and fortune only includes assisting others buy and sell real estate, the need for such protection is diminished, not eliminated.
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Fri Jun 6, 2014
Lisa Foster answered:
Certainly check with your bank, depending on the balance you carry in your account is more than likely the determining factor.
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Tue May 7, 2013
Pat & Steve Pribisko answered:
We recommend that our Buyers use loan officers from local banks. If they have any issues before or after the loan has closed, they have the opportunity to meet directly with a local loan officer. ... more
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Thu Jan 13, 2011
Brian Gormley answered:
Ay! So sorry to hear of your experience. Escalating files to a VP or other senior manager is usually the way to go when the negotiator you have tells you no. The value and specific fees are usually the sticking points once you get to that stage. Happy to provide a free consult, just give a call.

Brian Gormley, Esq.
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