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Lynna Mislang, Real Estate Pro in Virginia Beach, VA
Wed Oct 14, 2015
Lynna Mislang answered:
I completely understand your concern Yellacorvettec5. I would recommend going in and claiming your home. How you do this is, search for your home. Once the display page for your home comes up, near the address you should be able to click on edit home details. From there you should be able to claim your home and they will send you a verification email. After this takes place you will have the ability to make necessary changes to your property and hopefully one of them is the subdivision. Best of luck to you! ... more
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Erica Texada,…, Real Estate Pro in MIDLOTHIAN, TX
Fri Apr 17, 2015
Erica Texada, Realtor answered:
I would advise that you contact a local commercial real estate firm in your area. They will be able to provide you with a list of properties that fits your needs.

Good luck.

Erica Texada, Broker Associate
214.680.4566 Direct
Mersal Realty
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Roland Vinya…, Real Estate Pro in Sprakers, NY
Sat Jun 23, 2012
Roland Vinyard answered:
You are going to need an attorney. Just to place a lien, you'll need a "deficiency judgement". Normally, your uncle just telling you he was going to leave it to you is not sufficient to inherit. It needs to be in a will, properly drawn up and executed. Without a proper will, property usually goes to the next of kin and what you have done for the family will be ignored in the legal process. Have you discussed your concerns with your cousins (in a friendly way)? ... more
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Sherri Ball,  in Kansas City, KS
Tue Jul 20, 2010
Sherri Ball answered:
Depending on the area you’re interested in, real estate property values vary widely as with the rental market. If you are looking to maintain and hold on to rental property, now is the time to buy during a “down” market. With an escalated foreclosure rate, rental property is in high demand, meaning low vacancy rate. In a good real estate market, increased vacancy rate occurs.
Successful real estate investors swear that more profit in less desirable areas is best, dismissing the three factors of value, "Location,Location,Location".
Before making a purchase you should consider all of the facts. A good real estate investment rule of thumb as an average is a net rent is a double digit cap rate or at least 1% above Treasury bond after all expenses are paid. Example; If you net a $1,000 per month on a $100,000 investment, totaling $12,000 a year or 12% of $100,000, that’s a double digit return on your investment.
Important to know what the comparable net rents and vacancy rates are in the neighborhood you’re interested in. If you are looking in or around the Kansas City area, I would be than happy to offer my real estate assistance and help you locate the properties that fit your investment needs.
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David Van Noy…, Real Estate Pro in Leawood, KS
Sun Aug 31, 2008
David Van Noy, Jr. answered:
Here are a few to look at here http://www.davidvannoyjr.com/myhomes.asp

are you still in the process of moving, I would be glad to help you!

David Van Noy Jr
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