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Dayton View Triangle : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 5, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
Because she wanted to help you sell your house; she was trolling for a Client!
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Mon Jan 28, 2013
Steve Weiser answered:
Here is a local resource for you: + http://www.daytonohiopolice.com/CrimeMap/ You can look up crimes by area using this tool--the city is doing an outstanding job getting information out to the citizens..believing that an informed citizenry will be an asset to them in fighting crime. And it must be working. Violent crime is down 13% year over year. Hope this helps you! ... more
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Sat Aug 18, 2012
Linda S. Cefalu answered:
In my experience with HUD homes, I find that the asking price is ridiculously low in order to attract multitudes of potential buyers - a kind of a teaser rate if you will. Once the actually bidding is over, these homes generally sell for a much higher price than most of the bids. Just don't want you to get too excited about that price. ... more
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Tue Jul 31, 2012
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
A 203k is still a FHA mortgage just a different type. The normal FHA loan is a 203b for move in condition homes. A FHA 203k loan is for homes that need repair and they allow you to wrap the cost of repairs to be done by a FHA certified contractor into the loan. ... more
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Tue Jul 31, 2012
Tamara Westfall answered:
I thought that banks now had to give an answer to a short sale with in 90 days as of June the 1st of 2012.
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Susan Busch answered:
Check with a real estate attorney to see what your options are. Will the sellers pay to mitigate the Radon -- the entire amount, or split it with you? Check with the Radon company to find out just exactly what they found and what the cost would be to mitigate. Depending on the house construction, it may be easy, or not. If the sellers will work with you to get this mitigated, it would be a whole lot cheaper (and less contentious) than litigation. Good luck! ... more
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Thu Jun 7, 2012
Neil Mclaughlin answered:
Tony I have $35 million in listings for the right investors. anything from a group of single family rentals to large apartment complexes.
Neil McLaughlin
Broker
Prudential Commercial Realtors
937-470-7282
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Mon May 28, 2012
Pauline Weaver answered:
My Team Partner, Doug Bingham, and I have experience in real estate in the Fairborn, Ohio area. Doug has extensive experience in the investor market. We are located at the gates of Wright-Patterson AFB and our company is Wright-Patt Real Estate (no connection to the base). Our firm has over 30 years experience in this area of ohio.
We would love to work with you.

Please call us at:

Wright-Patt Real Estate
21 S. Broad
Fairborn, Ohio 45324

Cell: 937-477-0669

Thank you for your time,
Pauline Weaver
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