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Tue Oct 31, 2017
Jessyka Boatright answered:
I am sorry what is your questions I can help but please restate your question.
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Fri Aug 15, 2014
Ray Wright answered:
When do you need to move in? I've got a 5 bedroom with a pool and 3 car garage coming up soon. Shoot me an email at: RayWright@kw.com
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Wed Feb 12, 2014
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Hello Mr. Degan,
From my quick research on-line it appears that the Allendale home IS for sale. If you are interested in it I recommend that you speak to a mortgage lender--unless, of course, if you are planning to pay cash! We can update you as to current interest rates, qualifying standards, first-time buyer loan programs and what down payment amount is required. If all goes well, we can also supply you and the selling agent a letter regarding your ability to qualify for a mortgage..

Please let me know if I can be of further help.

Kevin Cotterill
Lender member of the Trulia Community
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Mon Dec 23, 2013
Ana Rodriguez answered:
Hello again Mr. Lucas please call me at 510-830-6536 or you can send me your number so I can call you or send me and email with all your questions regards the property at arodriguezhomes@gmail.com . Hope that I can answer all your questions, and if you are not approve for a loan I will suggest one loan officer to help you in your area.

Thanks so much,

Ana Rodriguez
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Wed Sep 11, 2013
JR Thrasher answered:
I wrote a blog about "Finding Foreclosed Homes on Trulia" just last week. I'll put a link in the web reference. That should answer all of your questions.

J.R. Thrasher
www.SanDiegoRealEstateVeterans.com
619-929-0105
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Sat Mar 30, 2013
Lance King answered:
I have never heard of a tenant paying property tax. Normally a landlord charges whatever they can get for rent and then pay all the bills. The owner is responsible for taxes, not tenants.

Best Regards,

Lance R. King
Founder-Managing Broker

King Realty Group
Cell: 415.722.5549
email: lance@king-realtygroup.com
License# 01384425
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Sun Dec 2, 2012
Amador Guzman Perez answered:
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Tue Sep 25, 2012
Darrell A. Caraway Architect answered:
You can build an addition for 90 dollars a square foot but it doesn't include a two story or the demolition costs. Or costs for building in dense urban areas. Over bridges, etc, hillsides. ... more
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Mon Aug 29, 2011
Scott Hulen answered:
When buying a foreclosed home it is usually sold as is and extensive repairs may be needed. Chances are investors have already looked at the property and determined rehab value, hence many offers are submitted and the bidding begins. Owner occupant’s usually have an advantage if they act fast and have their paperwork in order as they usually get a 15 day first look at properties. In our area of the country “flippers” usually make 10-15% on an investment purchase. My advice to you, until you become a professional in the market stay away from short sales it is a very frustrating process. Also hire a full time agent with skills at making offers on bank owned properties, interview at least 3 agents and sign a 1 day buyers agency agreement with all 3 have each show you properties on 3 different days then comment long term to the agent you think will be best able to assist you. There are some very skilled agents in the market place that can really help you through the process. Many have a license but few hold the skills that will save you money and ensure a good transaction in the REO arena. ... more
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Sun Jan 30, 2011
Garrigus Real Estate answered:
It depends on your city ordinance and any CCR'S your neighborhood my have and then you need to investigate the noise nuisance law in your area.
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