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Fri Aug 25, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
I don't know your area but according to the map, it seems your area is semi rural or rural? Home selling outside cities and their suburbs does take longer and it's possible the realtors know not to over value your home because buyers will not pay higher prices. The BEST strategy is ask these realtors to show you "comps" - homes in your neighborhood that have recently sold, homes that are under contract and those currently listed for sale. You can also use Zillow and at the top under "Listing Type", make sure "Sold homes" is checked. Then look at the sold homes and see the dates and amounts the sold for. Buyers use this information when submitting offers. ... more
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Sun Mar 5, 2017
Mcdanielhelen66 answered:
Sir,
I'm on social security and I'm wanting inquire about having a manufactured home on my property in Willis, TX. Previous have a manufactured home that is 47 yrs old and I'm wanting to know of any programs or grants that will help me with everything to buy a new home on my property that is paid off. Both the home and land is paid off.
Is there anyway you can help me to make this happen. Only the utilities bills that I get monthly, funeral policy is what I pay fot each month.
We receive $1470 mo. and my utilities run around $136 mo.
Would you please see what you can do to help me MP
Thank you,
Frank Carter
212 Cementary Lane
Willis, TX 77378
936-232-6628
mcdanielhelen66@Yahoo.com
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Mon Aug 22, 2016
Alexandriacialdella asked:
It shows our bathroom not the front of our house - address 20529 Driftwood
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Mon May 23, 2016
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Wed Apr 27, 2016
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Wed Jan 6, 2016
Diane Christner answered:
Are you listed through a real estate agent? If so, I would have a chat with my agent as to why the price keeps changing.
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Mon Jun 29, 2015
Noah Seidenberg answered:
Hire a Professional Realtor. Interview a few until you find someone you feel comfortable with
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Mon Jun 29, 2015
Noah Seidenberg answered:
At least 10%. People like a basement, especially if they have kids.
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Wed Mar 18, 2015
ryan.lewandowski answered:
I wouldn't just walk away. I would try and see if there are short sale, or deed in Lieu options available for you. Generally speaking I work with investors that would be able to service you 1 day out of foreclosure, 1 day out of deed in lieu, 1 day out of short sale, and 1 year out of BK. Let me know we can discuss more ... more
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Wed Mar 11, 2015
Bob Brandt answered:
I would call up one of the Realtors that was involved in the transaction. It may take Trullia several days.
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Fri Jan 30, 2015
Michael Snowdon answered:
I have sent numerous requests to have the pictures of my house removed and received no response. How can I ensure, without taking some sort of legal action, that these pictures are removed in a timely manner? ... more
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Mon Jan 5, 2015
Riccardo Wardlow answered:
It all comes down to your income, your score is solid already... as long as the income is there you are ready to buy.

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Sales Manager
NMLS 219402
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630-670-8266
323 546 8066

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Sat Jan 3, 2015
Porky answered:
Maybe it's a sign that house shouldn't be on the market in the first place.
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Sat Jan 3, 2015
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Wed Dec 31, 2014
Jeremy Slowinski answered:
We have had clients who had good luck using this company -not sure if you are still looking but perhaps this will help! they used them for a local move only and had them move antiques and also store some furniture for awhile whild building with great success.

Copher Movers out of Bridgeview IL

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Sun Nov 23, 2014
Charris-student answered:
Near the school New Foundations Charter school (I think it is near either Rhawn and Torresdale or Frankford) there are dome power lines that seem very dangerous and when ever I pass by there there are many dead birds so some one should do something about this because those birds should not have to die and people can get very hurt. ... more
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Sat Jul 5, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Justus,
I'm sorry for your troubles. Rent to Owns are risky under the best of circumstances. I have no real advice other than consider checking out your next place to live. With bad credit now, you must be in an aggressive mode to have it repaired and qualified to purchase in Feb 2015.
Your landlord/seller's are not living up to their obligations according to your report and the Landlord Tenant Law. Review that law and forget about the rent to own. If they don't repair the appropriate items, they may have broken the terms of the lease/purchase agreement and give you options. Ultimately this is a legal matter and you may be best off to consult an attorney to review your situation and documentation.
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Tue Jun 3, 2014
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Sun Sep 8, 2013
Kim Katsenes answered:
Hi Reann, the List Price is what every Seller is asking whether Bank owned or a traditional sale. However, when you find a property you may like to make an Offer, your Real Estate Broker would guide you through the process by sharing actual Closed Comparable sales of similar properties within a 1 mile radius closed within the most recent 6 months. Your Offer should fall in line with current values of those properties and is dependent on the condition of the property as well.

If you are not currently committed to another Broker, I would be very happy to assist you in finding properties and negotiating a great deal. Please feel free to contact me directly.

Kim Katsenes, Broker, AHS, ePRO
Coldwell Banker Honig Bell
KimKatsenes@yahoo.com
815.302.4255
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