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Thu Jul 7, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
I don't care where you are, that is something you should ALWAYS get inspected. Do not gamble with the plumbing! Repairs can get expensive quickly if you have any sort of drain related problems. Those are not something you want to find out about after you've purchased a home! ... more
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Tue Sep 29, 2015
Kamiach answered:
If the county or the state officials placing any individual in a foster home home or group home or assisted-living..... They all have had supervision one way or another. However there are individuals that they have a lot less supervision than the others which they have been determined by the government officials that they can be alone without supervision therefore, anybody who lives around them should feel very safe because buy end of the day they all being supervised. ... more
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Tue Mar 17, 2015
Noah Seidenberg answered:
Any Title company will do a double closing David. There are many people that are selling one home and then buying another one after another.
Good luck with your transaction.
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Thu Dec 11, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Fluffy,
I'd call the cops. A tenant may have rights, but destruction of personal property isn't one of them. They may speed things up for you.
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Fri Nov 14, 2014
Ali Qureshi answered:
Fri Nov 14, 2014
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Fri Nov 14, 2014
Ali Qureshi answered:
It all depends on the circumstances of your Chap 13 and lenders guidelines. Guidelines are changing and are different from lender to lender. So, I would check with your lender and see if you can qualify or not. ... more
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Sun Dec 8, 2013
Michael Tsui answered:
Just saw a house rental for $12000 at 1235 McBride lane in Hayward. The area might not be the best location but the price is decent.
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Thu Nov 21, 2013
Pacita Dimacali answered:
Checked this…it was advertised for rental for $1500, but it is already leased as of Nov, 13

The owner and agent is Lauren Kraus at 925 935 7100, and she doesn't live in Alabama.

Call her and confirm
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Thu Feb 28, 2013
Russ Ravary answered:
What you should do is have your real estate agent pull all the comps of recently sold homes. A comp is a home that is similar in size, style and condition. It should be within 1 mile of the home you are buying and have sold in the last six months. Then you should base your offer on those sold prices. Also ask your Realtor what they think you should offer if you really want the house. It is never smart to over pay unless you absolutely have to have the house. ... more
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Fri Sep 28, 2012
The Medford Team answered:
We cannot provide specific information like that in this forum, but any competent realtor can provide you with a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) for homes in that area. There is typically no cost or obligation. As an aside, I recently sold 25595 Spur Drive and am very familiar with the neighborhood. ... more
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Fri Mar 9, 2012
Dawn Rivera answered:
Hi Nads, you should get a buyers agent as soon as possible. You should pick one out that you feel comforable with. Most agents can help you find a home, and help you negotiate well so you get what you need and want, but you also want to pick one who you feel free to talk to and will answer any question you may have. Also you want to make sure they have time for you and will return your calls in a timely manner. Last but not least ( in case you didn't know ) a buyers Realtor is paid by the builder or seller and so you get a professional on your side at no cost to you! Its a win win!....congratulations and good luck, Dawn ... more
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Fri Mar 9, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
In todays mortgage business the underwriters all pretty much have to follow the same set of strict rules so there will be small differences if any at all. Some of the lender fees might be the only differences. I am sure the mortgage guys will jump in to clarify more. ... more
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Mon Mar 5, 2012
Dawn Rivera answered:
Hi Nads, I lived in the 94541 area of hayward for 6 years and I enjoyed living there. They also have one of the best elementary schools in hayward for that area. There are also some other real nice areas in hayward. If you like I can email you some listings that are active in that area......Dawn 510-909-0373 ... more
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Wed Oct 6, 2010
Rudi Hofmann answered:
I'm curious. How did you receive financing with non-permitted improvements?
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Wed Oct 8, 2008
Bruce answered:
Maria,

I would be less concerned about the crime in the area on this street than the noise of the BART flying over (elevated track there) your house every few minutes. Granted, you're not far from 164th and E. 14th, an area that I would never consider buying into, but for the most part, Lewelling is fine. I've lived across for San Lorenzo High School for almost 18 years and have never been bothered. Keep in mind that AMR uses Lewelling as their personal freeway when responding to emergencies. So my vote is that noise, rather than crime risk, is the bigger reason why I would keep looking elsewhere.

Bruce.
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Tue Oct 7, 2008
Bill Eckler answered:
Willie,

It's not advisable to stop paying your fees and we would suggest that you review any type of action with an attorney.

Try getting a group of owners together that share your concerns and attend a meeting. Request to be put on the agenda and present it as a group action. "The squeeky wheel gets the oil."

We agree rules are made to be enforced.......

Good luck
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