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Fri Oct 7, 2016
Maricris A answered:
Hello,

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Tue Sep 1, 2015
Taycollins42 answered:
I think it kind of just depends on the area. When I was looking into houses some areas were almost completely using hardwood, while other areas were going with tile, and then some stuck to carpet whenever they could. I would suggest talking to a realtor to find out what is popular in your area. That way you can go with that to help your resale value.
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Fri May 8, 2015
Barbara Bauer-Chen answered:
The way my company estimates an "as-is" price is to add up estimates of what it will take to make the repairs, carrying costs, other expenses (permits, etc), plus what it will take to ultimately sell the home (commissions, staging, etc). In order for a family to get financing, the home needs to qualify as "move-in ready". If it needs repairs or it doesn't appraise well, investors are still willing and able to buy your house because we have access to cash and can close on your timeline. ... more
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Fri Aug 1, 2014
Christopher Pagli answered:
You are in the driver seat. This means you can either accept, reject, or counter any offer you get. That really isn't a major lowball offer in my opinion. I would try to negotiate.

Chris
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Thu May 29, 2014
allan erps,ABR,SFR answered:
Hello, try reference letters from your employer as well as your place of worship. In addition offer an explanation as to your hardship. Hope this works & good luck, Allan
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Tue Sep 10, 2013
Mary Lee Almond answered:
Yes there are several. Eagle Pointe is one if those and is a golf course community with many amenities. They offer multiple living situations from single homes to attached homes, and single level or multilevel. Somerton is in the Greenbrier area and is known for multilevel living and elevators, but few community amenities. The Retreat is also in the Greenbriar area and offers single floor quadraplex units. It also has many community amenities, no golf course. It depends on your lifestyle and how you prefer to live. I am very familiar with, and have worked in all of these communities. Please feel free to contact me for help. 409-0259 ... more
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Tue Dec 23, 2008
Scott A. Nelson answered:
I have to agree with the other agents on here. You need to sit down with a qualified real estate attorney. Ask friends, family, colleagues for a recomendation or call your local bar association for some names of attorney's in your area. Do not sign anything until it has been reviewed by your attorney & you completely understand all parts of any agreement.

Good luck & Happy Holidays
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