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Tue Oct 3, 2017
Andreakhollingshead asked:
Sun Aug 27, 2017
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Fri Sep 23, 2016
Simin Saadat asked:
CELL: 310-666 2483
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Fri Aug 12, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Have you tried calling the Supra lockbox company? Seems like they'd be able to help.
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Sun Mar 1, 2015
Janice Maynard answered:
In my experience different lenders have different qualifications. Shop around. As long as you are in the same profession it doesn't matter if you have changed jobs.
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Wed Nov 19, 2014
Tristam Bielecki answered:
Unfortunately Trulia searches are for a minimum number of bedrooms, so a search for 1+ beds will bring up results for 3 bed apts. You might have better luck using a site like hotpads.
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Wed Aug 20, 2014
Julie Kryukova Meggat answered:
Very possible to do so and you don't need an LLC. You can create one if you like, you don't need to be a US citizen. I work with many international clients, so please feel free to contact me anytime.


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Wed Aug 20, 2014
Julie Kryukova Meggat answered:
Please feel free to send me the address direct and I can give you valid comps and a true opinion. The market has gone up quite a bit and due to the lack of inventory sellers have been getting top dollar. Comps are very important and shouldn't be ignored. Even if you accept the price, you might have appraisal problems, which may or may not work to your advantage.


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Sun Aug 10, 2014
Voices Member answered:
I'd ALWAYS use Metro Cities Mortgage in Sherman Oaks, hon.....B of A and Wells Fargo are fine but there are many possible shortcomings - too many to list. Go to Metro Cities, those homies have every possible loan and they move their behinds to get it done, son.. ... more
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Tue Jul 8, 2014
Paula Samuel answered:
Hi Nat,

Check out and for short term vacation rentals.
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Mon Apr 7, 2014
Brad Korb answered:
It looks like it went on the market 2/13/2014 & then taken off the market after 45 days .Good Luck !
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Sat Sep 28, 2013
Stephanie Medellin answered:
Last year's interest rates would have made this loan easier to do. Now in Sept 2013 the income may be a bit low for that monthly payment, but depending on DU the loan still may be approved. ... more
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Mon Aug 5, 2013
Victoria Massengale answered:
I'm more than happy to answer questions you might have!

Victoria Massengale
(323) 640-2924
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Mon Jun 10, 2013
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Property Taxes in Los Angeles County are roughly 1.25% of the price of the home.They are 1% of the assessed value (price paid), plus 2% increase in that value per year, plus locally approved bonds and so on. ... more
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Fri May 24, 2013
Eric Smilay answered:
Hello Harpal,

I think Nightingale, Swallow, and Marcheeta in the Bird Streets would be the highest point. Can get an amazing property with jaw dropping views in these areas. What are you looking for? I know this area well and would be happy to assist. I also know the neighboring Trousdale Estates in Beverly Hills well depending on your architectural tastes and price range.

Best Wishes,

Eric Smilay
West Los Angeles Realty
T: 310.600.9172
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Thu Oct 18, 2012
Kawain Payne answered:

First thing you should do is to check with your city to see if you are required to have a business lic or a special use permit. Some cities are considering not aloowing vacation rentals at all or they are approving them only for certain parts of the city. So, make sure you are not violating any local laws by turning your condo into a vacation rental.

That being said, if you are using your condo as a vacation rental, you had best consult with an insurance agent, and buy the BEST policy you can afford. Check out the limittations and exclusions of any policy before you purchase it.

Bottom line: Cover yourself !!!!!

Best of luck to you.

Kawain Payne, Realtor
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Tue Apr 3, 2012
Richard Zwick answered:
I have 10 for sale never been used 88% battery
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