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Wed Oct 19, 2016
Jimmy answered:
Hi Ereka,

Please look below. Its perfect for your needs. I am the owner please work with the PM listed.
IF you are serious we can talk about rent!

1213 gardenia ln crowley

Kindly let me know if you have any questions.

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Wed Oct 19, 2016
Jimmy answered:
Hi there,
This is perfect that fits all your needs.

Please contact property manager ASAP. Its priced lower than other homes.

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Sun Oct 11, 2015
Susie Kay answered:
662 is a lendable score. However, I would suggest that you talk to a lender or two as lenders look at the overall financial capability before approving someone for a loan. Credit score is just one of the items that lenders look at. ... more
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Wed Feb 18, 2015
The Jones Team answered:
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Wed Apr 30, 2014
The Jones Team answered:
Hi locating a rental can be discouraging some times as properties for Lease move quickly. Give me a call today to help you locate your rental in the Crowley area if you are still looking. ... more
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Sun Sep 22, 2013
hyderali.urgetech answered:
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Sun Jun 9, 2013
Travonne Hodges answered:
ok....Thank you, I and my fiance just made this decision to get a house rent first but we really dont wont to. We are paying 2apt rents and need to move quick
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Sun Nov 18, 2012
Karin asked:
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Tue Aug 9, 2011
Spirit Messingham answered:
Great question for a lender, call a local lender. Normally it is a free conversation to have, they can tell you where you are now and what you can do to work on and impove your scores. While you are working on your credit, start saving for your downpayment as well . Good luck. Spirit ... more
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Thu May 5, 2011
Monir Mamoun answered:
Kharris, the square footage is not the issue so much as -- condition, and competition.

But if the market value of the land itself significantly exceeds $130k, like say $180k, then your chance of acceptance is basically zero unless you have a desperate seller -- cause that is the "knock-down" value decision making factor. ... more
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Wed Mar 3, 2010
Louise answered:
Well I'm Louise and help is great I found this answer/ Perhaps it will help someone else. Your new home should come with a homeowner’s manual and manufacturer, retailer and appliance warranties. The homeowner’s manual usually contains important general maintenance and safety guidelines. The manufacturer’s warranty usually covers defects in the workmanship of the structure and plumbing, heating and electrical systems installed at the factory. Appliances installed at the factory are also covered. The retailer’s warranty typically explains the terms of the warranty and the services the retailer will provide. Appliances may be covered by separate warranties that include use and care manuals if they are not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. It is important that you read and understand all warranties so you know what is and isn’t covered. You should also find out how to obtain warranty service, and learn how to properly maintain your new manufactured home and its appliances to ensure that your warranties will be honored.
Site Preparation and Placement
If you place your new manufactured home on land that you intend to rent or buy, it is important to consider zoning requirements, restrictive covenants, and electrical, water, and sewer connections. Make sure that all permits have been obtained, especially in low lying areas. Not only will you be responsible for your utility connections, but you are also responsible for the preparation of your site, except in rental communities. Proper site preparation includes the removal of all debris, sod, tree stumps and other organic material from the area where footings will be located. You should take special care to trim organic material to a maximum height of eight inches in the area where the manufactured home will be placed, and remove all debris. It is important to ensure that the exterior grade slopes away from the home to prevent surface runoff from settling under the home. Another issue to consider is whether there is adequate access to the site to prevent damage to the home during transportation.
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Wed Mar 3, 2010
Louise answered:
Actually can't answer that but I am putting on the market a trailer 1992 Skyline established om 731-crowley Rd a lease to sell 3-2 76 ft long trailer which is getting a neww roof and new tile currently. So you found one. My home in Everman I want to lease/sell half the lot 3-1 street parking or beside the house. one block from Elem and building school close. ... more
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Mon Sep 8, 2008
Michael Moore answered:
Crowley is an excellent place to invest! The city location is positioned for growth. If you are interested in learning more feel free to call my sales office at 817-401-5575. We have homes priced from the 130's-200's.
Excellent community in Crescent Springs - Bloomfield Homes.
Michael Moore
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Fri Aug 10, 2007
Bill Haynie asked:
The above address is our old home. Was told it was on the market and just wondered if it has sold and the price.
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