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Sat Dec 7, 2013
Susanwilliamsaz answered:
Look into the Montessori program At Bush Elem . We love the school we moved here a 1 1/2 yr ago and love the family feel and that kids are a mix of income levels and not just one. So I believe my kids stay grounded. Parents drive from all over mesa and gilbert for their children to attend the Montessori program. That mesa offers at this school. Also the high school in my area of 85205 in Mountain View is Mountain view also people get boundries exceptions for so their kids can be in the sports program. ... more
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Fri Aug 9, 2013
Karen Peyton answered:
Listing from ARMLS (Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service) do not appear on Trulia instantly. In fact they don't appear overnight and may take a few days to be displayed on the site. Due to the delay and rapid pace of the market, it's easy to miss the house of your dreams. You need to work with an agent to receive the most current information. If you are not currently working with someone, contact me. I am happy to help you. ... more
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Thu Jun 20, 2013
Amber Rohner answered:

I've used Ted Lanier with CFS Mortgage and really enjoy working with him! He gives you an honest answer and won't give you the run around :) His number is (602) 354-0523
Let me know if you have any additional questions!
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Wed May 29, 2013
June answered:
Have you committed to working with any of those Realtors? Maybe that is why. Why a Realtor will commit hours of work for someone who is not committed to working with him, or who has not hired him? It is a give and take. I am sure that if you call an agent and commit to working with him, he is going to dedicate you a lot more time and not simply set you up in an automated system.

What you are going to get here for free on Trulia is automated listings, which many times do not really match what you are looking for, and useless CMAs. Which is very understandable. Don't expect the best services here for free without committing.

Trulia is very good for general advise, but it is not a substitute to hiring a good agent. And good agents do not provide their work for free.
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Wed Apr 24, 2013
Jeffrey Masich answered:
Dear Loglow:

These are good credit scores from the three major credit reporting bureaus.

Your lender can review these and advise you how much of mortgage loan you can qualify for to buy a home. If you need a referral feel free to ask me.

Jeffrey Masich, Realtor, GRI, MBA
Arizona homes and land for purchase or sale
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Brad Bergamini answered:
You can't make a Buyer Buy or a Seller Sell.
Look through your contract. See what recourse you might have later.
If it is a short sale, that was the risk you took.
Best of luck.
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Mon Dec 12, 2011
James Wehner answered:
This is definitely a question for your tax accountant. Most of us on Trulia are real estate agents and by law can't provide any legal or tax advice.
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Fri Nov 11, 2011
Roswell Moore, answered:
My recommendation, sir, is to pay them on time...
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Wed Mar 2, 2011
John Arendsen answered:

I'm way late for this one but it just popped up on my radar so here goes anyway.

Today's "Manufactured" "Factory Built" Home is constructed exactly like any Site-Buit (Stick Built) Home. In most cases even better inasmuch as they are built in a indoor climatically controlled environment and inspected by a liecensed HUD inspector through every phase of construction.

As a RE Broker, Manufactured Home Dealer, General Contractor and Manufactured Home Contractor in California, Arizona, Oregon and Florida for the past 25 years I can assure you that having built equally as many site built projects as I have Manufactured Home projects that I would select a manufactured home any day.

As for financing? There are plenty of lenders out there willing to finance MH's if they meet the following requriements.

Please feel free to log onto our Trulia or Active Rain blog for more comprehensive information about the MH Industry.

Or you can check our our website and give us a call or drop us an email. We are RE Brokers, Manufactured Home Dealers and licensed, bonded and insured General Contractors and have been actively engaged in the MH Industry statewide for almost 3 decades.

We also do "Lonnie Deals"
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