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Investment Properties in Montana : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Sep 4, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
No one in customer service may ever see your post in q and a. Trulia does not edit prior listings. Once a property is listed, it stays on sites like this and many more for ever unless the agent who added the listing edits or removes it. Trulia will not edit listings. ... more
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Mon Dec 29, 2014
Deke Tidwell answered:
They don't come up very often in Missoula. When they do, if they are not grossly overpriced based on income then they tend to sell quickly. With the significant build up in Missoula over the last four years or so, be very careful about valuing your investment properties. The new construction will have an impact on rents. ... more
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Sat Dec 6, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Douglas,
They have lower fees because they are usually lower loan amounts are typically a second mortgage and generally have an adjustable rate.
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Tue Jan 7, 2014
Danette Sukut answered:
Hi Suzi. Did you have a question? Maybe part of your post got cut off???? Please let me know if you need assistance.
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
John Lagerquist answered:
Had the prospects made a offer with a buy sell agreement ? Asking for a substantial earnest money deposit would at least let you know if they had some money. The other would be to ask for a bank approval letter. Although, many of those don't carry much water either. It's very frustrating. ... more
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Tue Sep 10, 2013
Larry Thomas answered:
Right now with the market as hot as it is, I would say it is worth more as a 6 bed 2 bath primarily because a 4 bedroom with only one bath is not very marketable. When a home is 3 or more bedrooms most buyers expect and require at least 2 baths. ... more
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Sat Apr 20, 2013
Adam & Brittni Hertz answered:
The price for industrial land varies widely based on location, just like any other land. In the Missoula area, we have industrial listings from $40,000/acre to $250,000+/acre. I'd be happy to help in your search if you need assistance. adamhertz@lambrosera.com or www.buyandsellmontana.com ... more
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Sat Apr 20, 2013
Michael Marbut answered:
Yes, there are several sources in Missoula that have reasonable rates & terms. Please contact me for more information. Email: mike@exitrealtymsla.com

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