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Thu Apr 13, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
I hope you have purchased your home by now. It is very tough for buyers to purchase a property now with so many multiple offers on the table. If you are comfortable being aggressive then I would suggest submitting a clean contract, When you said that you never ask seller to pay for anything do you mean closing cost? You can go beyond closing cost to win the bid. I would suggest that you discuss this with your realtor.

Susie Kay
Ultima Dallas
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Thu Feb 2, 2017
Christine.woods32 answered:
The best way to get property rented as soon as possible is to advertise it on property rental sites, like and The second one has syndication feature, that share your listing to other property rental sites.

But don’t forget that still many people look for rental properties in the newspaper. So, post the vacancy there too. The social media, such as Facebook and Twitter could be helpful as well.
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Wed Apr 6, 2016
Sudhir Chhetri asked:
I purchase the house about a month ago, and it still shows as on sale. I contacted the realstate agent, and propery owners to remove the listing. They could not remove it. Could you please…
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Thu Aug 13, 2015
Susie Kay answered:

Have you found your home?

Susie Kay, Realtor
Certified Home Stager & Senior Real Estate Specialist

United Real Estate Dallas
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Sat Jan 17, 2015
Susie Kay answered:
If you are still looking to improve your credit then give me a call and I can connect you with a credit repair guy.

Susie Kay
Realtor & Certified Stager
United Real Estate
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Thu Jan 23, 2014
Willie Brown answered:
Have a Realtor check and see what the Value is for your property.
If the property is worth more than what you owe sell it and use the equity to buy the one you like.

If you just move out you can ruin your credit! ... more
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Wed Jan 22, 2014
William Polack answered:
Listen to Mr. DeVoss. Go that route first. I consult people who buy ugly houses. You'll maybe get 40% of the value of the property. They don't care how much you owe the bank. You'll want to try to sell the house for what you owe the bank, first. Then sell for what you can. Many banks will pay you money if you go this route. If all else fails, contact a home preservation specialist at HUD ( They may be able to help you. You know, if you have an FHA loan, HUD pays the bank up to 100% of their loss difference. Tax payers like you and me are the people who fund HUD losses. ... more
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Wed May 8, 2013
Albert Edward answered:
yes please call me at 817-8083810
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Mon Jul 9, 2012
The United Home Team answered:
"Meeting your needs and exceeding your dreams!"

Please, feel free to contact me today in regards to assisting you and your real estate needs.

Keller Williams Realty
3xUS Army Vet./ Real Estate Consultant
Joseph Fernandez
cell: (817)975-7258
off: (817)635-1157

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Mon Jul 9, 2012
Brian Rayl answered:
As far as your current bid, if they have accepted the bid, then yes you are legally and contractually obligated. If you just SUBMITTED your bid and it has not yet been acepted, then you can pull out of it at any time by giving the proper notice (as your agent).

I have had some experience with GNND. It is a great program if you can take advantage of it, but it is difficult to find something. I wrote an article on the GNND program on my blog here:

The selection is a "lottery" style selection where all people who put a bid in and qualify for GNND get put into a drawing and the one they pick out of a hat wins the bid. The best thing about the GNND program is that you only have to put $100 down if you are using FHA financing. Oh, and the fact that you only pay 50% of the asking price (you make a full priced offer on your bid, but then sign a promisary note saying that you will live there as your primary home for 3 years and they will waive the other half of the price).

If you can't find anything through GNND, then you may still qualify for special financing through certain banks. do a search on my website for what ever profession you are. I have a lot of special deals on my site through lenders that I use.

Best of luck to you!
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