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Mon May 8, 2017
Ctcrisel asked:
Manager said they put a lien on it and I owed more than the trailer was worth she left in rent. it was for 4300 on a trailer not worth 5000.am I liabl
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Sun Apr 30, 2017
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Tue Mar 28, 2017
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Sat Mar 18, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
Your agent can easily log on and add listing manually or edit an existing listing from their account. You do not have to wait for it to auto adjust from MLS
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Mon Jan 30, 2017
Ivanacosta67 asked:
RE: 12631 Heather Oaks Ct. Colorado Springs, CO

We had a system syndicate a listing to Trulia and this was a mistake.

We need help removing all pictures from Trulia, could you please…
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Sun Jan 8, 2017
Lucyconnorwins answered:
I found the place of my dreams on http://www.tiffanyluthi.com/new_construction/HighlandRidge its worth at least checking into . best of luck
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Thu Jan 5, 2017
Lynda Rinker asked:
We are a family of 5 with 2 old dogs that is looking for a 3/4 bedroom home asap. We have below average credit but are currently working on it, husband works steady full time job he has…
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Thu Jan 5, 2017
Lynda Rinker answered:
Hello, i am not sure what to do for your question but... if you are still wanting to rent it we are needing to rent a place that is 4 bedroom we have four kids myself and my husband. If you are interested in talking with me a little more that would be awesome. ever hopfull, lynda rinkerlynda@gmail.com ... more
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Thu Jan 5, 2017
Randi.holloway asked:
We're close to retiring, depending on how long my husband wants to work. I have knee problems and we are looking for a rambler. We expect to live in a house for the next 35 yearsl…
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Thu Dec 22, 2016
Christine.woods32 answered:
The simplest way to get an apartment when you have bad credit is to find a landlord that doesn’t do credit checks. Check Craigslist an online classified listing.

The classified section of your local newspaper is another place where property owners advertise for rentals. Thus, search there too.

Ask real estate agent help, they probably know the market better.

Good recommendations could help you as well.

Getting someone to co-sign your lease is another option.
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Sat Dec 17, 2016
Richard Gibbs asked:
Hello,

Please fix the saved searches so that I don't have to keep putting in my preferences everytime I go back to look at the next house. Very frustrating...

Thank you!
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Wed Oct 26, 2016
Gvalenti711 answered:
I think the best chance you will have will be to find a private owner who is renting. This means any signs that are handwritten are the ones to call. Another huge factor will be to have cash in hand, money always talks. And then, once you secured a place to live, you can take your time and find the right place for you and your son by networking, building references and building local credit. Be careful who you allow into your life and that of your son. Keep traffic down and maintain a respectable lifestyle. Get to know your neighbors and allow them to know you. You can earn a respectable place in any community if you have carefully and thoughtfully steps that folks can see and respect. ... more
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Tue Sep 6, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Unfortunately, most lenders require at least a 640 credit score. Have you tried to work on getting your credit score up? If you have $$ (i.e. savings that you would have put toward a down payment and/or closing costs on a house)...maybe you should use that money to pay down or pay off some debts. ... more
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Sat Aug 27, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
The pros: It's probably a lot cheaper than a normal house where you buy the house plus the land it sits on. The cons: You're basically buying a trailer (or "manufactured" home). It won't appreciate very much, and it could be difficult to get a loan on it. ... more
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