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Investment Properties in Kansas : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 10, 2016
Dale Richling asked:
Average listing price for similar homes - do you mean homes in similar condition?
Average listing price for all homes in Central Park - for the same property is much higher
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Tue May 31, 2016
Randal asked:
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Fri Apr 3, 2015
stevenbauswell asked:
22826 175th street Leavenworth, KS 66048
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Mon Mar 2, 2015
AF Farha answered:
Mon Oct 27, 2014
Marcia Kelly answered:
First things first! Talk to an accountant about any capital gains taxes you have to pay. This can certainly be a shock at tax time and may spoil your estimated return on investment.
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Tue Jun 10, 2014
Heather Nichols answered:
I'd love to help you. Please feel free to contact me through my Trulia profile.
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Brian Boyle answered:
I would like to clarify my point. I would suggest that investing in real estate is a lovely proposition. There are phenomenal margins and return to be achieved. I am only suggesting that when investing in ANYTHING, always consider what all of the options are, unless there is just one to consider. I think that you could use the cash now, to buy. You could finance a small portion of the purchase or the maximum amount, or none. That is my point. There are options for you, beyond paying cash for a home or in throwing the money at a mortgage you have, which may be one of few tax deductions you have. There is a ton of good advice, from all of these people. Have fun with it! ... more
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Wed Jan 23, 2013
Rosie answered:
Raul - whats the best way for me to get you the information? Thank you so much!
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Mon Jan 14, 2013
LeAnna Beat answered:
All the foreclosed properties are in the MLS. You need to be able to see the "ownership" line of the listing information. If a house is "individual" or "corporate", it is not a foreclosure. All other descriptions, such as: Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac, HUD, VA, or REPO or REO may be a foreclosure or pre-foreclosure property. You do not have to pay money for a list, to obtain this information. The MLS can be found through my website: You can email me with other questions at: ... more
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