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Wed Nov 22, 2017 answered:
I don't think it's fair either, but unfortunately they can say no. Why have Section 8 if you can't use it everywhere? The landlord is getting money no matter how you look at it.
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Thu Apr 7, 2016
Bere Nice answered:
I work for an attorney in the area. He may be able to assist himself or recommend you to a good attorney.
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Sun Mar 16, 2014
Bob Brandt answered:
I would suggest looking at the new flood plain maps and asking the people that actually live right on the creek. Your personal Realtor can guide you and show you the maps right in the Realtor MLS. ... more
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Gaye Faro-Lutz answered:
No, this property is not in a flood zone, however, it has been SOLD! Thank you for your inquiry
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Tue Oct 30, 2012
Rose Gibson answered:
No, it is not for rent. It is only for sale
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Wed Jun 17, 2009
Jake Johnson answered:

My name is Jake Johnson and I work with one of the largest nationwide bankers (not a broker) in the country. Our company will do VA loans down to 500 credit scores. My email is ... more
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Tue Jul 8, 2008
Mike Dybas answered:
a good realtor should check every home you express an interest in for flood insurance purposes BEFORE you start writing a contract. maps are readily available as well as web site subscriptions. the flood insurance only protects the lender in the event the home is destroyed beyond habitability and the security for their mortgage floats away. i dont recall any homes totally destroyed by flooding in the area, and the premiums you pay here will go to pay for knuckleheads who live on major waterways and flood every few years. it does have a serious impact on the value of a home even if it never flooded. a $1200 a year premium (premiums are based on your mortgage amount and the flood zone classification) translates into about $15,000 in buying power for a home outside the flood plain. ... more
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