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Tue Dec 25, 2012
Thomas Brady answered:
Hi Faneza, the taxes are listed at $12,672, if you are interested in the property you should get a buyer's agent to work for you (who should be paid by the seller) and they can confirm that the taxes listed are correct. Also you should be aware that this property is a short sale, short sales are different from re-sales and you should be aware of the differences. If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail me.
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Wed Sep 7, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
If the person posting the ad is also an agent consider reporting him/her to the Long Island Board of Realty; also ask your agent's broker owner, and or, office manager to contact the respective agent's broker owner, and or, office manger, then go from there... ... more
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Sun Jan 16, 2011
Joan Small, answered:
I hope you did sign anything that committed you to the bank
If not you are free to chose a local realtor .it is our job and also our pleasure to help you fond a home
A serious agent enjoys their job and gets satisfaction out of helping. ... more
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Thu Jan 7, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
You can also check, under available or closed properties for the area and make a good determination.

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Sun Apr 26, 2009
Alvy answered:
No but be aware that for the amount you would be paying for a 1 br ($150k) and the maintenence ($1k / mo) you can buy a small house outside the area.
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Mon Jun 23, 2008
Bill answered:
Sun Jun 22, 2008
Tman answered:
Good morning Mark,

->>>Go ahead and shop around... Yeah, go ahead and shop around, it's not my credit score .l.o.l..

Actually lenders can pull credit without a credit dump, it's what they do after the first time as it follows the chain of command and gets pulled again that causes all the problems ...

That said, you're always better off going to and pulling your *entire* credit report and your scores, and then sitting down with a lender ... just tell them you're shopping rates based on your current figures, then have them print you a good faith estimate and use that to compare the next 3 ...

As far as rates are concerned, I'd wait until after the election if thats possible..

Good luck and happy hunting.

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