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Thu Jun 9, 2016
Dw11881 asked:
Looking to build a 2200 sq ft home single story/ basement on 3 acres, own a very nice 2900 sq ft home. Looking to keep builder involved in all aspects, thanks so much.
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Mon May 11, 2015
Gary Swank answered:
While it makes no sense that a Seller would drop the price with a full price offer on the table, until the property shows as being in a Contingent or Under Agreement status, the Seller can do whatever they feel appropriate. Perhaps you should ask your agent to delve deeper into why this has occured. ... more
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Fri Nov 21, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Angel,
Buyer's should pay for this. They should select the inspector they want and pay for it themselves. If the seller pays, they may feel entitled to control some aspects of it. Find the best local inspector you can find, not just the first one you come across. Like all professions, the best ones are often busy, but worth the wait. ... more
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
mrsmeganw asked:
Do I need permits? What should I be doing legally? What are some good resources concerning this subject? I don't really want to use a management property.
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Tue Sep 16, 2014
Tim Moore answered:
First time home buyers just means you have not had a loan in the past 2-3 years. It does not mean you have never ever had a loan. You keep using the word HAD, so is that correctly being used? Does he still have a loan and one you are on or did he have it in the past? Going to talk with a loan officer will get you the answers you want and they won't have to guess as we do. ... more
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Thu Jan 30, 2014
Grace Siefer answered:
Yes, as Realtors week ends are very important to be avaialble for my clients. I am a full time Realtor and I can be available any time you need me, weekends, evening, anytime.
call me if you need a Realtor that will work hard for you
937-554-5159
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Wed Jan 15, 2014
Kelly Brown asked:
Hi my name is Kelly brown we need to find a home to rent 3 bed 2 bath in miamisburg.oh we have not the best credit b/c of an accident I had 3 years ago and can't work I am getting disability…
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Tue Dec 24, 2013
Keith Jean-Pierre answered:
I am sorry but I do not understand your question.
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Fri Feb 15, 2013
Doug Wagner answered:
The Multiple Listing Service indicates the fees are $299/month.
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Tue Dec 4, 2012
Debra Orsborn (SunsetOfPeace) answered:
What areas of Miamisburg, West Carrollton or Dayton OHIO are Selling at a fair price, Move in ready, perhaps newer builds? Open floor plans, Single level, Larger lots...perhaps some ideas since we hope now to be relocating in Spring. thanks. ... more
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Sun Jun 24, 2012
Don Brenneman answered:
I can help. Good for you for asking the question. Information in this market is the key to getting the best value for your money. It is not only important to identify what the opportunities are in the area, but to also have an educated and experienced agent represent your interests in the transaction. Any type of real estate transaction can create questions and concerns for both buyers and sellers. A land contract deals with a number of unique issues which must be driven out and identified in the contract or you may put yourself in a very precarious situation. And you now what happens when you are in a precarious situation, you find yourself out on the curb early in the morning. And you know what happens when....... And on and on. Hope to hear from you. Good luck. ... more
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Mon Jul 11, 2011
David Stevens answered:
Hello!

What a great program! I've had many clients take advantage of it.

You are right on to explore financing your next home as a first step. Here's some information on why that's a good idea: http://www.trulia.com/blog/davidmstevens/

Usually, your lender can give you a pre-qualification prior to you singing your contract to purchase. Then you'll have information you need to make a purchase within your budget, and you'll have greater strength in negotiating your terms. Final approval, though, would be based upon an accepted contract, appraisal and title work completion and final verification of your documentation, etc, and I'm guessing that is what your application is referring to, Did you find the application on the OHFA website or are you working with a lender yet?

Cogngratulations to you in advance. I hope this is helpful to you. If I can be of service in any way, please contact me anytime at davidstevens@remax.net or 937-469-4798.

David Stevens
RE/MAX Victory
davidstevens@remax.net
937-469-4798
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Thu Sep 17, 2009
Emily Erekuff answered:
Hi Vikki,

If your home is already on Trulia, your agent can edit the listing photos. Please direct your agent to the link below to access the My Listings section of his or her account. Once there, your agent can claim the listing, if he/she hasn't already, and then update the photos as necessary. Those updates will then display on our site approximately 24 hours later.

Please let us know if you have any other questions and good luck with the sale of your home.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Community Moderator
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Thu Jun 26, 2008
John Youker, Broker answered:
I would be able to provide you a complete list of homes for sale in the areas you want that are all bank owned. I work with several investors already on this and I am very familiar with the process of dealing with banks. I sometimes even list bank owned properties, so I know it from both sides.

Please let me know if you need any further assistance on this issue.

John Youker - sold@JohnYouker.com
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Tue Mar 4, 2008
Christina Cavins answered:
In Ohio sellers have 10 days to respond to a post inspection agreement, so if it has only been a week then I'd try to be patient - I know it's difficult! I'm sure you're sitting on pins and needles! I hope a Realtor, not just an agent, is helping through this process. If you have anymore questions, then I'd be happy to answer them!

Christina
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