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Yesterday at 6:33pm
James Beck answered:
How can I get a copy of my HUD-1 after I sold my house 5 years ago to buy a new house.
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Yesterday at 1:26pm
Kennethholt answered:
This phone number works. I spoke to a very nice person who switched me to a different person who put the issue to bed.

In 48 hours I should know if it is the dream come true I'm hoping for, but all looks good so far. ... more
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Mon Mar 20, 2017
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Tue Mar 14, 2017
Book4web asked:
fu Question; I have listed my property with an agent; we received a reasonable offfer. Our agent received a call from a interested buyer

He wrote a full price offer to this caller to…
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Wed Mar 8, 2017
Karenrice56 answered:
how do I list a house for sale by owner?
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Tue Mar 7, 2017
G5world2017 answered:
I am having no luck finding a place to rent. I have one eviction and it has been a nightmare due to a shady landlord that was never home. ugh...
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Sun Mar 5, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
This is a terrible website. Why not try a regular mapping site like Google maps or mapquest? They have great mapping / driving direction tools.

P.S. If you're looking to buy a home DO NOT use this site, or others like Zillow or The only listings you should be looking at will be in the MLS which your Realtor can give you access to. ... more
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Wed Mar 1, 2017
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Wed Mar 1, 2017
Dorothyholton1971 answered:
Can a new property owner raise your rent if you have a lease with old property owner in the state of Tennessee that is still good for 6 months
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Tue Feb 21, 2017
Krish asked:
I have created a rental listing of my property 2661 w 121st ave westminster, co 80234. How do I view the listing and and inquiries from potential renters
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Fri Feb 10, 2017
Karina Podlesny answered:
Historically speaking, July due to a holiday and family vacations, it is a much slower month than April through June. In your situation, I would strongly advice to list the property mid or early June to attract more potential buyers and still be able to close on or after 7/31. I would be happy to assist with the sale! Please call me @ 303-847-8555 to schedule the interview.
Thank you,
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Thu Feb 9, 2017
Wswidders answered:
how long do u have in the state of Illinois. to do a house inspection when u buy a house.
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Sat Feb 4, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
Need more info. Is your home a townhouse? If you have a single family home, then the agent is correct. An appraiser will not consider an "Attached Dwelling" such as a condo or townhome as a valid comp. You need to look at "apples to apples" comps. Feel free to reach out to me and give me more details and I'd be happy to give you a free CMA with no obligation.

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Tue Jan 24, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
I'm happy to help you! Keep in mind these sites (Trulia, Zillow,, etc.) are not very reliable for searching for homes for sale. The listings can be very outdated, not to mention the search functionality is severely lacking in many areas. The only way to successfully search for a home is to have a Realtor working for you as a Buyer's Agent. (It doesn't cost you anything to have an agent working for you since we typically get paid by the seller/listing agent).

If you'd like to email me or give me a call, we can discuss what you're looking for. I can create a customized search in BOTH MLSs (did you know there are TWO in the area?) so you'll be sure to get the most comprehensive list of available homes for sale.

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Mon Jan 23, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
Why do you ask? Are you thinking of buying or selling? Keep in mind, Price per SF is not a good way to determine a home's value. It's really only good for new construction purposes. If you think about it, price per SF is really about basic math. Smaller square-foot homes command higher per-square-foot costs. Larger square-foot homes command lower per-square-foot prices. Also, keep in mind that price per SF doesn't take into account things like the home's location, lot size, updates, quality of finishes, views, etc. If you're selling, you really need to talk to a local REALTOR who can do a comparative market analysis (CMA) on your home. If you're a buyer, and interested in a property your Realtor will also do a CMA on any property you're interested in. A CMA looks at apples to apples comps that have recently sold in that particular area. They'll also look at current listings that are active or under contract, as well as listings that were listed, but never sold. All of these elements will help determine "Fair Market Value" -- what a ready willing and able buyer is willing to pay for a home in this market.

Good luck!

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Fri Jan 20, 2017
Accessgroup80 answered:
Glad you asked! As of today, looks like for multi family its approx 7.34. How do I know? The cap rate calculator here: Awesome tool. ... more
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