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Fri Jun 27, 2014
darlenekc asked:
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Cindy Luman asked:
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Mon Jan 6, 2014
Jenny Wemert of Wemert Group Realty answered:

It is important to interview a few different agents. I would be happy to research that area and screen a few agents for you to interview. You want to make sure they are working in the business full time, willing to invest in the marketing of your home, and they have the systems set up to respond quickly to inquiries. Don't be afraid to ask them how many homes they have sold in your area over the last year. What is their marketing plan? What is their average list price/sales price ratio? What is their average days on the market? What is their average price point? Will they do professional photography? Are they investing in web sites to make sure you have maximum web presence? Good luck! Please let me know if I can help in any way! ... more
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Thu Dec 26, 2013
Mona Campbell - Texoma's Top Reviews answered:
Yes - by listing with a TX agent rather than an OK one, you are not on the mls in our area! The Texoma Board of Realtors covers several counties - Bryan, Marshall, Choctaw, Johnston and several more. When clients call us about lake property, your property does not show up! i think too you are better off to reduce the price than offer a selling bonus. Let me know when your listing expires - I would be happy to help you out! ... more
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Sun Dec 22, 2013
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Wed Apr 27, 2011
Jennifer Blackwell answered:

If you are looking to "Rent to Own" or "Lease Purchase", you will almost always at some point in the agreement, have to obtain a loan on the home in your name eventually. You also almost always have to put a substantial amount of money down. If you cannot obtain a loan because traditional banks won't loan to you, perhaps "renting to own" or "lease purchase" is for you. But, be careful, because most ususally, the seller ends up on top... in a big way! ... more
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Sat Jan 15, 2011
Jennifer Blackwell answered:
Hey Ellis:

It's most likely an email setting. Sometimes email accounts will block HTML content and images to protect you against viruses. Did you get it fixed?

Jennifer Henning
[p] 405.625.1576
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Thu Jun 12, 2008
Pete Hollock answered:
You might try going to and try going into Bryan county court records and put in the case # or put in the first and last name to see if anything has been filed. Hope this helps. Pete Hollock Coldwell Banker VanMeter/RaderGroup. Durant, Ok. ... more
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Sun Jan 27, 2008
Team Forss, #1 in SoCal answered:

1st and foremost, I am so sorry for your loss.

Please call Goad Realty and ask them. That is the only and best place to start. You can check title for his name but if he bought it only a couple days before his passing, he may not have completed the transaction and the deposit was probably refunded to his estate or waiting to be refunded. Goad Realty is the only place you should calling at this moment.

Even if he paid cash, it usually takes more then a few days for title, recording and transfer to be complete.

Is there a reason you didn't call them first before posting here? Are you thinking that they are keeping something from you?
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