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Mon Dec 25, 2017
Nannastuff720 answered:
Sat Nov 11, 2017
Steve McRory answered:
FLORIDA MORTGAGE BROKER RESPONDING

Instead of dropping price, try offering that discount in the MLS as:

1. Credit towards buyer's closing costs

2. And/or Bonus to Buyer Agent

If that does not work, ask the listing agent to discount their commission from 3% to 1.5%

Remember, Real Estate Commissions are 100% negotiable.
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Tue Oct 31, 2017
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Thu Oct 19, 2017
Geowhouck answered:
I did not request a survey but am being charged for it do I have to pay it?
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Tue Sep 26, 2017
Jesswess954 answered:
We used these guys:
https://www.beycome.com/florida-flat-fee-mls

Pretty sweet deal.
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Sat Aug 26, 2017
Karenvroman7 answered:
Hi my name is Karen Wright I'm going through a divorce native place I don't have anything I do work I get paid every 2 weeks I am staying with a friend that needs help too so if we both can move into A2 bedroom maybe two bath single home that I've been seeing in the paper online for under $1,000 in a decent area Lantana Hypoluxo Maybe she does have for kids one is autistic and we're having problems and she's a single mom 2 okay really appreciate it I don't know who to talk to who's real who's not my number is 561-345-9680 thank you bye ... more
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Mon Aug 14, 2017
Joanne Jones answered:
Have the managers work a little harder for FHA approval. Many buyers would be helped and realtors as well.
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Mon Aug 14, 2017
Rczop asked:
Sun Jul 9, 2017
Jacquie Yekmalian answered:
Hi Hallz,

The property you are inquiring about is already sold.
If you have not found your home in Boynton Beach yet, please give me a call
I specialize in the area.
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Sat Jul 8, 2017
Monica Loray answered:
How much is today the Equity Mandatory and the Iniciation fees ? I am a foreing investor. Thanks in advance
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Thu Jun 29, 2017
Jacquie Yekmalian answered:
Hi Deanne,

You can ask the title company that is doing your closing for a list of your charges a head of time.
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Wed Jun 28, 2017
Gabriel Silva answered:
There are many programs out there for first time homebuyers I am an insurance agent and I present at these classes. Here are some good ones.
R.E.A.C.H, (Pat Tracey) ,
Money Management International, (Mercedes Rodas),
West Palm Beach Housing Authority ( Cristina Regino),
Housing Foundation of America (Jeremy Montanti).

I have my slides on the insurance presentation on my website free to take a look and receive a quote.
www,aegisinsurance561.com.
Hope it helps.
Gabriel Silva
561-707-9557
aegisinsurance561@gmail.com
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Sun Jun 25, 2017
Leidasantana1111 answered:
I own a Hud home and have the deed to the property, do I need to pay HOA fees?
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Tue Jun 13, 2017
Letizia_coppola2 asked:
I listed on the MLS contract the commision for the buyer's agent. will they write up the offer? I am thinking of getting an attorney at that point is that necessary? I will also get…
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Sat Jun 3, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Agree with Sally. No need for a lawsuit. This is more of a personal issue for you than it is for buying the home. Examples of a valid reason for a lawsuit would be: if there is less than 5 years use for the roof (meaning you will need to replace the roof within the next few years); if the plumbing or electrical needs to be replaced; if you found cracks in the foundation or walls that your inspector missed; if there is water damage that your inspector missed; etc.

An issue with the no carpeting on the floor where an entertainment center is placed means you can ask the seller for a credit at closing. The seller is not required to give you a credit but it doesn't hurt to ask. Is the floor damaged at that spot? You can have the seller to sand and polish it or you can pay for it. No big deal. It takes 1 day to sand and polish a floor. Seriously, I doubt a floor guy will come out to polish 1 small spot. Usually, they will only work if they can do an entire house or large floor area.

You need to focus on the MAJOR things that cost $$$$ to fix or repair: the roof, foundation (any cracks), plumbing, electrical, mold, insect infestation, the floor (any cracks, separation, buckling), etc. Anything else wrong with a home is MINOR and does not cost $$$$.
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Sun May 14, 2017
Multitradeco answered:
no one should have 9 cats in 1 home, no one wants to be your neighbor either, what a mess
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Fri Apr 28, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
A job loss does not affect credit scores. What affects credit scores is not paying your bills, having your home foreclosed on, any liens on your home, etc.

You could have avoided a low credit score. After you lost your job, did you cut all your expenses to the bone - no you did not. If you owned your home, did you try to sell it & move into a rental - no you did not. Instead you chose to continue living as if you were still employed. That was your biggest mistake. Again, your job loss had nothing to do with your low credit score. Now you're suffering the consequences.

Sorry but landlords are running a business. They don't want to rent to people with low credit scores. You will need to prove that you have been paying your bills on time every month & what are you doing to improve your credit score? Having a co signer is not enough. What will work is if you can pay 1st & last month's rent upfront + 1 month's rent as security deposit.
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