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18428 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jun 4, 2015
grandmasrecycle asked:
Fri Dec 5, 2014
Erica Texada, Realtor answered:
Definitely check with your agent. Also, have them run a new market analysis to see if there have been any market changes or factors, that call for a price change.

Good Luck
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Sun Jul 27, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
Ask the deliver companies if they RELY on the same GPS system you are using.
It just might be possible that delivery service companies in your area have already encountered this and you can rest assured that Godfathers can find you easily.

Or, as Phil suggested, ask you neighbor where their deliveries end up.
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Thu Feb 6, 2014
Helen Wheels answered:
If you had a good rental agent, he or she would be able to get you into a nice apartment, even if you're credit score wasn't the best. I was a rental agent for many years and helped people with dogs, cats, low credit scores and a multitude of issues get into apartments and rental houses. They have to work a little harder for you and know what they are doing and how to speak intelligently to the prospective landord. Remember, you are paying their fee, not the landlord. ... more
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Mon Mar 25, 2013
Tom Lotterman answered:
I am a former client of John's and I'm very satisfied of his work that he did himself for my home and business... I have recomended him to others that are looking for an in depth inspection and water testing... ... more
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Mary Ann Schmalzle answered:
Since the names on the deed and the mortgage should be the same, some legal work needs to be done. If all parties are in agreement, then you may gift or sell your interest to your siblings. However, the lender would require the names on the mortgage to also match the deed. Depending on your lender, your siblings may be required to either assume the loan from the estate or pay off that loan and apply for a loan of their own based on qualifications. This can be completed by a Real Estate Attorney or perhaps the Attorney handling the Estate can be of service. ... more
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Sun Jul 3, 2011
Gillian Peterson answered:
I am presuming your lot is not in a community. This is a good thing, as there are less restrictions on the land. Many people look solely for homes and land which are not located in a community and often pay more for it. Looking on the Pocono MLS I have found that in the past year or so one 3.75 acre lot sold in Hawley, not in a development for $19,000. Of course, every property is unique. As Al stated, many different aspects of the land would effect the projected sales price. Especially whether it's been checked to perc. I would be happy to answer any further questions you may have, and of course would be willing to take a look at the property your speaking of. ... more
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