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Sun Oct 15, 2017
Wanda Rabren asked:
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Tue Sep 12, 2017
Jefferyadernson007 answered:
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Tue Jul 25, 2017
Ahmad Safdar asked:
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Thu Jul 13, 2017
Alan May answered:
In order to avoid paying P.M.I. (Private Mortgage Insurance) most lenders require a down payment of 20% of the value of the home you're purchasing, regardless of the purchase price.

So with a $250,000 home, you'd have to put $50,000 down. ... more
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Wed Jun 28, 2017
Alan May answered:
I'm not an attorney, so this shouldn't be considered legal advice. Always consult your attorney for legal advice.

Anything left behind on the property, in my humble opinion, now belongs to you... and if you want to have it removed from the property, you should be able to do so. ... more
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Sun Jun 4, 2017
Lashon200721 asked:
I have been renting a house for the past 5 months through a property management company and I have a year long lease. I recently found out the house I am renting is being foreclosed and…
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Tue May 16, 2017
Alan May answered:
That's going to depend on a lot of things:

* Insurance Company
* Insurer
* Location
* Value of item being insured
* Amount item is being insured for
* Length of term of insurance

And lots more. As you can see, you've left off a bunch of important information. The best way to find out how much insurance will cost you, is to contact a local insurance agent and ask them.

Good luck.
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Wed Mar 8, 2017
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Mon Mar 6, 2017
Catharine Barnes asked:
I placed a house rental ad. The house has rented so now I want to cancel the posting. Thanks
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Sat Nov 26, 2016
Kathy Burgreen answered:
I hope Trump's team takes away Section 8 because you people were stupid to vote for him. Hope you suffer under Trump. You don't deserve to rent anything.
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Fri Nov 25, 2016
Otcheejunknstuff answered:
More info: He refused to do a deed in lieu or short sale. It has been hitting his credit this whole time but not mine. They refuse to talk to me about it because they said I am not on the loan but my name has been on all paperwork and he got the loan because I had excellent credit. I want to buy a house next month but the old house is set for auction next month as well. If I did cosign, could it have not hit my credit now but hit after the auction? How quick would it hit? Would 1-2 months to buy be quick enough before it hits my credit? ... more
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Mon Nov 14, 2016
Angelica P answered:

At this time, unfortunately, we currently do not have listings for rent to own homes. You may try your luck though and search our website using the Keyword section of the search filter which can be found in the All Filters button. However, these listings are extremely rare.

For future reference, you can feel free to contact us about this type of inquiry through our contact form here:

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Thu Sep 22, 2016
CC answered:
An old post I wonder how it went. If it is a city assessment you are going to pay it whether you want to or not, and you would not have listed the house if you could both afford and wanted to keep it so it makes no difference sell it and be done with it. ... more
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Thu Sep 22, 2016
CC answered:
From the sounds of it you are in a college town and of course there are less houses on the market in the fall then in the spring/summer. No land landlord is in a rush to sell a property with tenants in them and students tend to pay far more rent then normal people because living on campus is even more expensive.

Your question also shows you do not know the area well and as such you should not even consider purchasing until you know the market. A house on X street might seem like a great deal but it could be the worse deal in the history of real estate.

All colleges must provide a block by block crime report to students covering the areas students live by federal law. That would be the place I start and eliminate all undesirable areas.
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Wed Aug 3, 2016
kulia2009 answered:
yes, I need a luxury condo
can you please help me
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