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Tyrondarecord, Home Buyer in Detroit, MI
Mon Nov 14, 2016
Tyrondarecord answered:
How do you get licensed and bonded, i stay here in michigan and what bank do i go too..??
To get cleaning contract..
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Kenise Heath, Both Buyer and Seller in New York, NY
Thu Jul 28, 2016
Kenise Heath asked:
How to purchase a home before it goes to the Detroit Land Bank.
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Taylorella95…, Home Buyer in Detroit, MI
Mon Jun 20, 2016
Taylorella9520 asked:
Santezbruner…, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Sun May 29, 2016
Santezbrunersr answered:
Hello, I am looking to connect with a company cleaning and rehabbing homes. Have you had any luck?
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Santezbruner…, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Sun May 29, 2016
Santezbrunersr answered:
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Aaron B. Lew…, Real Estate Pro in Detroit, MI
Tue May 24, 2016
Aaron B. Lewis answered:
Yes

Call me to discuss.

Aaron B. Lewis
Associate Broker/Investor
VIE Realty Group, LLC
313-405-7337
aaronb@viereatlygroup.com

www.un4close.com
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Jeri Patrick, Real Estate Pro in Pooler, GA
Tue May 24, 2016
Jeri Patrick answered:
I would contact the listing agent to help you with this process. Best of luck
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CreativeRea…, Real Estate Pro in Oak Park, MI
Thu Feb 4, 2016
CreativeRealEstateDeals answered:
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Zazzzmannn, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Wed Oct 14, 2015
Zazzzmannn asked:
but the Register of deeds will not allow me too, Stating that the purchaser has not filled the Sherrif's Deed with them. What can I do to force this person to file so I can redeem and is…
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Gwendolyn We…, Real Estate Pro in St Clair Shores, MI
Tue Apr 7, 2015
Gwendolyn West-Gonzalez answered:
As a Realtor I can list these properties for you that will go on over 50,000 website worldwide. please contact me at gwest@kw.com - http://gwest.yourkwagent.com
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Noah Seidenb…, Real Estate Pro in Evanston, IL
Mon Apr 6, 2015
Noah Seidenberg answered:
You should get a Michigan Real Estate license first. Do a search of where to take the pre-licensing class and then take that class and then the test. Good luck to you.
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Gwendolyn We…, Real Estate Pro in St Clair Shores, MI
Wed Apr 1, 2015
Gwendolyn West-Gonzalez answered:
I have your contact information so I will forward your information however I notice your address location is New York - I am located in Michigan, how far are you willing to travel?
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Aaron B. Lew…, Real Estate Pro in Detroit, MI
Wed Mar 4, 2015
Aaron B. Lewis answered:
Ian,

Hope all is well, What are you looking to purchase?

Shoot me an email.

If you are only searching websites and MLS feeds you are missing all the GOOD deals.

aaronb@vierealtygroup.com ... more
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Nora Moore, Home Buyer in American Fork, UT
Thu Jan 29, 2015
Nora Moore answered:
Research is your friend. Find out what companies there are in your area and what their ratings are. When looking at those comments, it's good to check the most positive comments as well as the most negative. That way you can see what the range of experience were with a particular company. That's my opinion anyway. http://skg.net.au/services/commercial-cleaning/ ... more
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Simon Campbe…, Real Estate Pro in Miami Beach, FL
Wed Dec 24, 2014
Simon Campbell answered:
According to http://www.alllaw.com/articles/nolo/foreclosure/laws-in-michigan.html:

Michigan has a redemption period that must expire before getting clear title:

1 Year - If borrower owes less than 2/3 of the original loan amount
6 months - if borrower owes more than 2/3 of the original loan amount
1 month - if home is abandoned.

That also means that you cannot evict the renter, squatter or owners but must pay taxes and insurance.
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Aaron B. Lew…, Real Estate Pro in Detroit, MI
Sat Dec 20, 2014
Aaron B. Lewis answered:
Very nice area. I buy sell and invest mainly in that area. Can advise and assist if still looking. aaronb@vierealtygroup.com 313-405-7337
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Simon Campbe…, Real Estate Pro in Miami Beach, FL
Thu Nov 27, 2014
Simon Campbell answered:
I am not sure about that property, there is no link to check it. If you are looking for up to date foreclosure listings, I would like to recommend http://www.bankforeclosuressale.com. It is a leading website database that contains over two million foreclosure homes, including bank foreclosures, government foreclosures like VA homes and HUD homes, distressed properties and commercial properties that are for sale all across the nation. All of the listings have had any outstanding liens eliminated and the title is free and clear. We also update our extensive collection of listings every day. ... more
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Jim Olive, Real Estate Pro in Key West, FL
Wed Nov 5, 2014
Jim Olive answered:
That is not how I understand it, but MI may be different from FL? Find yourself a good pro bono attorney and get some real answers. There is undoubtedly a gov't office that can provide you some answers, but it will likely be like pulling teeth. I could be wrong, but I believe all they "own" is the right to be paid your back taxes plus reasonable interest, and after a certain period they can THEN foreclose on you if you don't pay them. It's basically the tax authority's way of getting their money and getting themselves out of the mess, leaving it between you and the person who bought the debt. Best of luck... ... more
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