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Sat Dec 31, 2016
Yflagg asked:
The rental must be in South Gwinnett High School district. Also, the rental must be around $ 1000 per month. Send info to sddoss73@yahoo.com
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Fri Dec 2, 2016
Kathy Burgreen answered:
No. Besides paying for the mortgage, property taxes and homeowners insurance, you will need cash to pay for maintenance. Things do break or don't work and you need cash to fix it. Spend time talking to some local contractors and ask them how much different items cost. Examples: water heater, roof, bug infestation, plumbing repairs, etc. ... more
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Mon Oct 31, 2016
Jbooth asked:
I am looking for a lease purchase or rent to own home in Loganville in Loganville Middle School district. Will be looking to purchase in no more than 2 years. I need at least 4 bedrooms…
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Wed Oct 19, 2016
Yolanda Scarbrough answered:
I need a a realtor and Loan agent for Mortgage in Connecticut I'm looking to purchase but want to be sure that I get the right person please help.
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Thu Jul 28, 2016
Solomon Greene answered:
The closing attorney will likely still have a title search conducted and the buyer should still have it appraised. There really isn't much more than that to be done.

Solomon Greene

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Fri Jul 15, 2016
Laterica answered:
I actually purchased in Rex, GA. Purchasing this home with Crown communities has been one of the most stressful things I've ever done. As a first time home buyer, I didn't know what to expect. I did know that the experience should not have gone like this. Initially the wrong bricks and trim were placed on our home. They claimed that it was system error and that nothing could be done. Our options were to move to another lot and start building again or accept it. We accepted it with conditions that they would upgrade our staircase to the wrought iron and spindles and also add a deck to our backyard because of the drop off. Building resumed until our next hurdle, our first walk through. There were numerous repairs that needed to be made, some cosmetic and some mechanical. On the second walk through, which was 2 hours before our closing, we arrived to find that the house was in worse shape than it was from the previous walk through just 3 days before. The appliances weren't installed and we did not have gas or water. The back splash had just been completed that day and the contractor had left their trash and debris everywhere in the kitchen. We were then informed that the back splash and the counter tops were installed incorrectly and that they would have to repaired...again, this is on our closing day. We completed a WCA with the Superintendent and were informed that these items would be completed within the week. Fast forward to about 2 weeks later, the repairs have finally been completed and we were informed that a cleaning crew would come to clean the kitchen from the debris and grout left by the same contractors. I took off work today and no one showed up. I have yet to even receive a call stating that they may have been running late or that they need to reschedule. Throughout this process, I have emailed numerous contacts at the Crown corporate office, to no avail. Crown has no regard in satisfying its customers at all. I will make sure that no one I know, friend or family, ever lays another brick with this company. ... more
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Fri Jun 3, 2016
Thomas Gilmore answered:
It's not more expensive. Just time consuming and most people are not dynamic planners. So they find the process difficult. If you are looking for a rancher that you can customize. You should definitely give me a call. I have a team of Rehabbers and funding for rehab projects. Once the project is complete, you can assume the home directly from me.

Again, my number is 816-521-8683: email: Thomas@unlimitedinvestmentgroup.com
Website: unlimitedinvestmentgroup.com
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Fri Apr 8, 2016
Michelle Renee Jones answered:
It would be very difficult to put a number on it. Also depends on what's on the other side of the property line and fence. Probably wouldn't have much of an effect on the price of the home. If you like the house, don't let that stop you from buying it! Just make sure you know where the true lines are in case of a dispute. ... more
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Tue Jan 26, 2016
Michelle Renee Jones answered:
Your agent should be able to go in and make the change, usually the year built is the year the home was permitted with the city.
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Wed Dec 2, 2015
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Mon Apr 27, 2015
Jeri Patrick answered:
I would call a property manager to help you with your rental needs. Best of Luck.
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Wed Mar 25, 2015
Jeri Patrick answered:
I would speak to a local lender to see what loan options are. Best of Luck
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