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Sun Sep 3, 2017
Awilson0904 answered:
IDK but how much is all those bills but with 3 bedroom and 2 bath.
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Sun Aug 27, 2017
Risharddnae answered:
I'm interested in your one bedroom and bath apartment in I'm willing to move by the middle of September or the first email me
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Sun Jun 4, 2017
Audrey answered:
In my opinion North and South is best. However what I've found is you definitely want the front of your house facing South if you live where it snows, it melts the snow/ice on your driveway quicker. North is good for the kitchen side since that's the room that can get really warm with the oven on. ... more
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Mon Apr 17, 2017
Shanecia Santos asked:
mainly medical on credit report (lupus patient that's why) just want to give my kids a better life
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Fri Mar 31, 2017
Allmhuran answered:
This has been an HOA bylaw for years. They've just been cutting you slack. All real estate signage is place on Hualapia.
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Wed Jan 25, 2017
Maricris A answered:
Hello,

I apologize for the inconvenience. Please be advised that the data you reported is coming from your county records, because of this I am unable to edit or remove the information. This data is gathered by a third-party data collector and only updates on Trulia when discrepancies are identified at the next data collection cycle. Unfortunately, we are unable to expedite this process.

That said, you have the ability to edit your home facts that appear in the Owner Information section. Please follow these instructions on how to edit your home facts. This includes editing the number of bedrooms/bathrooms, square footage, home features, description and more.

1. Sign into your Trulia account. If you do not have an account, you must first register in order to update your home facts.

2. If you haven't already claimed your home, navigate to the property page, go to the "Edit Home Facts " button and verify ownership.

3. If you have claimed your home, click on the same "Edit Home Facts" button to update your home facts.

4. Make sure to select Publish Updates at the bottom of the page.

Regards,

Maricris
Consumer Care Advocate
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Thu Oct 20, 2016
Bradley Bellstedt answered:
Key Real Estate School. Here is the link to their website http://www.keyrealtyschool.com/
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Tue Aug 16, 2016
Erika Bentley answered:
Not that I know of but give these guys a call http://www.vegashouseloan.com/ and see what they can do for you.
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Wed Jun 29, 2016
Roi Ford answered:
Yes, absolutely. Check out "Las Vegas Future Floors". The phone number is 702-445-7851 and their email is lvfuturefloors@gmail.com.

Ask for Eric Jorden, the owner. They do excellent work. I personally listed and sold a home which had been rehabbed by this company. They compete with Home Depot, and Lowes on pricing, but the quality of work is much better and they do everything, not only flooring.

If you have additional question you can contact me direct.

Regards,

Roi Ford
REALTOR
Ford Real Estate Group
a division of Grteen Lockett Realty
702-806-9594 - fordrealestategroup@gmail.com
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Sat Jun 25, 2016
Theresa Casa asked:
Is this legal? Why am I paying to protect the property that belongs to my landlord? It doesn't cover any of my belongings that would be under Renters Insurance. Can they make you…
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Sun May 22, 2016
Stanton.ben answered:
Hi Brent,
Did you sell your townhome yet? If you haven't consider using a flat fee service broker to keep the most equity in your pocket. I researched several in the Las Vegas area and sold my home (2 actually) with Vegas Flat Fee. Enrique was great, gave me the comps on my property and assisted me all the way through. My properties received maximum exposure and sold within weeks even though one of them had a long term tenant. I am so impressed with this guy and his service, check him out of you are still looking http://www.vegasflatfee.com/default.asp.pg-Testimonials ... more
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Sat Aug 15, 2015
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Thu Aug 13, 2015
Matt Mortensen answered:
These are called bandit signs. Each local municipality sets their own restrictions about bandit signs. Check with the local municipality in the specific area. And in my experience they are going to tell you absolutely no bandit signs. Good Luck!! ... more
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Wed Jul 22, 2015
Robert Adams answered:
Are you dead set on a "new" home? The better values tend to be with resales.

I would be happy to discuss the market with you further and explain why people that bought in 2012 as a new home are now short selling their homes. This is compared to resales that were purchased in 2012 and are now cashing equity checks for huge appreciation gains during the same time periods.

I tell my clients if you want a new home then I will assist you getting it done but my best advice is to go with resales. Please contact me to discuss.
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Thu Apr 9, 2015
Carina Rivera answered:
Hello! I am probably just an embryo in the whole real estate world with just 6 months since I got my license lol and I love it so far. I am glad to hear that you are ready to make the career change, which means you have done a lot of research in this industry. When the market crashed couple years ago, almost half of realtors all over the country have dropped their license because there was no money to be made but the other half survived by having the knowledge and working 10x as hard now. So that piece of history just shows how it can be again and made me wonder how to be a survivor. In my experience so far, I have gained a lot of knowledge just being around successful top producers that make real estate their FULL TIME career. Just by assisting them with papers, answering phone calls and going with them to show their clients houses to the point of a "smooth" closed transaction has given me a lot of respect to real estate agents. I put the word smooth in parenthesis because it's sometimes rare for a transaction to be smooth because anything can literally happen. It can be very stressful at times but the reward is so much greater. Being a realtor can also be expensive so know all your costs and due dates. Once you're licensed treat it as your own business, I see you are from California so you might have different laws than Nevada. Know the law so you don't ever get in trouble. Knowledge is power, read online or the newspaper on the real estate market daily. Most people (like me) get into real estate because you can make a lot of money, which is true BUT that is if you have certain connections or simply get lucky, then again if you want a lot of money you are going to need a lot of knowledge- I recommend teaming up with a reputable top producing broker/sales agent to teach you everything you need to know. Again, this is your business, have a game plan and DO IT! Focus on Leads Leads Leads & Best of Luck ! ... more
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Tue Mar 24, 2015
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Hi Paul,

1. Taxes are roughly 1% of the total purchase price of the home. $130,000.00 would be anywhere from $1200 to $1500 per year.

2. Basic homeowners insurance would be anywhere from $450.00 to $700.00 per year based on a 1,600 square foot or smaller home with or without a pool.

3. Electricity would be dependent on ceiling height and how cool you like to keep the home and if the home has a pool or not. Anywhere from $175.00 to $350.00 per month for 1,500 square feet 8 foot ceilings and only one AC.

4. Gas is nominal anywhere from $30.00 to $50.00 per month unless you heat a pool or like the inside temperatures of your home to reach sauna levels. Aside from that $30.00 to $50.00 per month.

5. Water is dependent on if you have desert landscape or grass. Also if their is a pool. Average water cost $100.00 to $200.00 per month.

These of course are all estimates. These numbers vary dependent on square footage size of lot etc etc.

I would love to help you when you are ready.

Feel free to call me at 702-612-1584.

Thanks and I hope to hear from you soon.

Becky Cordova
702-612-1584
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