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Sat Oct 7, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Why not? Please reply and provide some details. Nobody here can answer your question without details.
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Mon Nov 14, 2016
Norma Arcides asked:
the photo listed for 1605 N Missouri is wrong house address and wrong house picture. That house is my house which is address 1601 N Missouri, Fort Stockton PLEASE REMOVE THAT PIC YOU CAN…
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Fri Feb 14, 2014
Josh Perkins answered:
Your best bet is to use a website that is dedicated to helping you find a place to stay short-term. Some of the most popular websites where you can do that are airbnb.com, homeaway.com, and vrbo.com. The reason these websites are typically a better place to look than craigslist.com is because most places on those three websites come furnished, and many of them come with other amenities, such as Internet, Cable TV, and utilities paid. Make no mistake, you'll pay more for a short term rental, but sometimes it's totally worth it for the convenience, and you'll save a ton of money on a vacation rental compared to using a hotel. ... more
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Tue Jun 11, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
If you can prove it, you should meet with a lawyer to see what they can do for you
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Wed May 1, 2013
Dkj answered:
Hi Leslie! I am an agent in Fort Stockton. I am working with a client who I just met through this website. If you are still in need of assistance, I would love to visit with you. If you have sizable equity in the house you are ready to sell, and if you are willing to put a good sized down payment toward a smaller mortgage note, more lenders are apt to work with you. Please feel free to contact me. Debra Johnson Century21 Sadler & Assocc. LLC 432-336-9978 ... more
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Thu Feb 24, 2011
Stephen Foster answered:
Your situation is sadly not particularly unusual. Both the inspector and seller may very well be liable. Regardless, any real estate lawyer that has a background in litigation could likely take care of everything for you. There are laws that are favorable for someone in your position. The potential to get exemplary (punitive) damages and attorney's fees does exist in cases like this. A good lawyer would take the time to discuss the details of your situation. Good luck. ... more
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