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Moving in Cleveland : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 2, 2012
Duane Johnston answered:
The best way is always 20 percent down, but if you are a vet and can get a VA loan, that will help by not having a PMI factored into the payment each month. Other than that, what ever will work for you as far as money out of pocket, down payment requirement, and monthly payment.
Call you mortgage lender to figure out what will work best for you and your needs.
Good luck,
Duane Johnston,
Howard Hanna Real Estate,
330-752-4892
duanejohnston@realtor.com
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Wed Feb 8, 2012
Paul Blumberg answered:
There is a great moving company called UShipIT (http://www.uship.com/). It is like an Ebay for moving companies..you make a bid of what you want to pay and they accept or counter. They can schedule the car move based on their load capacity so companies that might have an open space will give you a better price. Take a look and see what you think. Paul Blumberg ... more
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Thu Feb 2, 2012
Robert Erney answered:
Always buy never rent! There is so many possibility with the right help! Cash rules everything! And well purchasing the right home property is where allot of people make there way for living comfortably! With the right help from the right Realtor there is no telling what someone is capable of! Don't delay if you are reading this please don't hesitate to read more! @ http://rob_erney.russellrealty.com/

I have a property in Brooklyn listed at 69k with 10% down a mortgage that is $400 or less why wouldnt you want to live in a house vs. a apartment? WIN WIN Call anytime!!

Call me anytime Jasmine ;-) i would be more then happy to answer any questions you may have!
And that goes for anyone else out there reading this! ANYTIME ILL BE HERE!

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Sun Jan 24, 2010
Quiza answered:
Hi! We used to live in Charlotte. Young professionals prefer to live in the uptown for its bars and restaurants however areas like Davis Lake, Huntersville (Birkdale) and the Lake Norman areas are highly recommended. Basically, stay away from housing options found in the West and East Charlotte areas- lots of gang activity. You can also look into options found in South Charlotte- lots of charm!

If you have additional questions, feel free to ask. You'll definitely love the weather there.
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