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Thu Jun 23, 2016
Razinpup answered:
There is a reason why all the rentals that are open are being offered by Rookstool, they have a nickname here.. Crookstool. All they want is your money and they never fix anything. I would stay away from them. One day, out of curiosity, I went to the Klamath County courthouse website and looked at their case docket, five cases being tried that day was against Rookstool. ... more
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Wed Jun 22, 2016
Colleen Foerster answered:
I'm not sure either, but beware if you rent from Rookstool sight unseen; we trekked up to K Falls, checked out several listed properties & NONE of them were move in ready, even though the girl at the office said all of their properties were move-in ready. If you find how to locate home owners who have rentals, let me know!
Thanx & Good Luck
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Thu May 5, 2016
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Tue May 3, 2016
Jonathan Lahey of The Lahey Group answered:
Your asking question ha been answered nicely .. Hope this helps you!
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Mon May 2, 2016
Heathercalk answered:
look on web for individual development accounts Oregon. you can find wher in your area runs this govt program. you basically take some financial planning classes, save $2,000 and they give you back $6,000 for a downpayment, free money, go get it ... more
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Mon May 2, 2016
Heathercalk answered:
did you ever find one to buy? because I am looking now
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Mon May 2, 2016
Heathercalk answered:
$375 that is the going rate. then you may find a mobile that they want to dup and carry the note for you
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Mon Apr 25, 2016
Tracy Santos Smith asked:
im the owner of this home . im unable to locate the manufacture name anywhere..every time i look on line it directs me here can u help me.....
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Sat Mar 5, 2016
Mary Sapi answered:
where do i find the walk score on trulia
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Thu Jan 21, 2016
Cutlerirvin answered:
I've a question. I'm looking to buy in K-Falls also but this question program kept saying no such town. How did you get in it using Klamath Falls? Sorry I don't have help for your question, really am! ... more
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Wed Oct 28, 2015
Julie.dickey answered:
Trulia gives you listings based on what the person placing the ad tells them to. It is not uncommon in this area for some real estate companies to list manufactured homes as single family homes (when for sale) or apartments as single family homes (when for rent). It is dishonest, but it gets their ads more views. ... more
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Mon Nov 24, 2014
dle11 answered:
Again, I need to make this point very clear: Most of the lots in this area are for SOLAR homes, unless the power is ON the property! IT is VERY expensive to pull power lines to a property, and will cost THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS, if there is even a power pole close enough to do that! Make sure when looking at property that there are power poles on or near the property you are considering, or you will be without power.
Also, there is a moratorium on building in this area. What that means is the County of Klamath is not issuing building permits to build a home. You will be stuck with a lot that you cannot do ANYTHING with it!! Be careful, and do you research!
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Mon Oct 20, 2014
bobj_527 answered:
yes, county is very strict unfortunetely ,, not like the old days ,too many californians have came here and brought their ideas with them.and got into govt. your best bet is go,to county with location youre interested in and ask them ,if you just go ahead and do it they will condemn,evict you, and make you tear all down.or huge fine ,, ive seen it happen. ... more
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Terry McCarley answered:
That certainly sounds like a scam to me! I wish Trulia would stop allowing rentals to be listed on this site unless they are listed with a licensed real estate professional!
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
Diana Kellstrom answered:
Condo is a type of ownership. You own the building, but not the land. The Home Owners Association collects dues (HOA fees) from the owners. The dues are used for exterior maintenance. You are responsible for the interior and all of its workings. For example, if you have a leak under the kitchen sink it is your responsibility, but if the water pipe has damage coming into your condo that is the Association's responsibility. ... more
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Sun Sep 29, 2013
Don Romano answered:
Greetings Brenda,
Rent at one of the several parks ran about 305.00 a month, generally includes water, sewer and trash. All other utilities are yours to pay. Before landing or buying into a park the owner/manager requires an additional application from you, in other words they can refuse to lease a lot/space to you. Pets? Each park has their own restrictions.

Simple math, if you pay 300.00 for lot space per month and purchase a mobile home for 400.00 you may qualify for a home with an acceptable credit score, and with little or no down payment.

If I can be of further assistance feel free to contact me, FNR Realty, Don Romano - broker, 541-891-9441.
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Thu Aug 29, 2013
Karl Kennedy answered:
Trulia is almost always wrong on the house. I find they are almost always 2-3 houses off and usually across the street. I think they must let the internet select the location.
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