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Fri Dec 8, 2017
Mctwentytwo answered:
Having same problem registered at 4.1 I won’t live in anything under 2 they keep trying to find a way to make it 3.9 so it passes in nj
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Mon Nov 27, 2017
Ada Pincente answered:
I'm looking for a home in DuPage Illinois on Section 8 with a pitbull Chihuahua
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Fri Nov 17, 2017
Anthony Cavalea IV answered:
It sounds like a scam. Whenever they give you a reason you can't see the property, beware.
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Mon Oct 2, 2017
Sabrina answered:
A lot of landlords and agents instead of meeting with you to show you a unit they put the keys in lockbox. You send your I'd they give you the code to the lock box which you open and get the key and do a self tour. I love this. They ask for I'd to make sure for they protection in case something comes up stolen or damaged ... more
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Sat Sep 16, 2017
Aamir answered:
Hey Sarah,
Are you still looking for a place? Do you want to rent a place together and share the rental?If yes, then please write back to me on uhawkintl@gmail.com
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Sat Sep 16, 2017
Aamir asked:
Hi, I am looking to rent a furnished private (single room) or a basement in a townhouse, condo, apartment etc in Naperville, East Aurora or Lisle. The other option that can be explored is…
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Sat Aug 19, 2017
Robin Sheffield answered:
Do not know of realtors but can contact some big appt complexes and ask for such info. Villagebrook in Carol Stream has some & a waiting list.....The Views in Naperville has some units. Contact village or town halls. Maple Court in Naperville.....there are places. Not sure about what a realtor would say. Try rent.com. ... more
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Sat Aug 12, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
The foreclosure notice that you received was just to let you know the status of the home you were living in and the bank harassing you was just to force you to move out so the bank could sell the building without tenants living there. It makes selling / auctioning much easier. However, your agreement to rent was with your landlord and you were suppose to continue paying rent even if the building was foreclosed. You made a huge mistake not paying rent and yes your former landlord had the legal right to file for eviction. You should have showed up in court and protested against the eviction. However, you failed to do that too.

Landlords refuse to rent to tenants with a past eviction because it costs them money and they are scared you will do it again to your new landlord. Sorry but an eviction will stay on your credit report for years and you will have difficulty renting. See if you can work out a payment plan with your landlord.
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Mon Jul 3, 2017
Martyna.tabasso asked:
We just put an offer down on a house that is selling as a short sale. The bank that has the mortgage is a smaller/local bank.
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Mon Jul 3, 2017
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Sun Apr 30, 2017
Jean answered:
I been looking at rentals for awhile now, and not my first time renting and it seems to me, it's a very long time before MLS gets the listing "off" of any of the sites as it's been rented, it's very frustrating and time consuming on the part of someone looking to rent. Let me repeat Very frustrating, they need to be better listing agents. ... more
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Tue Apr 4, 2017
Dave asked:
If I do a search for a townhouse in Naperville, IL between $800-$1,400 a month, nothing comes up. If I search for a single-family home in the same way, I get two listings.....but neither…
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Mon Feb 20, 2017
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Tue Jan 31, 2017
UpNest answered:
How long is your contract? It may be a good idea to get a second opinion. Have you tried searching on www.UpNest.com? You can ask local Naperville realtors questions about your issues for free. Plus, it's anonymous so you won't have to worry about leaving a paper trail. If you ever want to hire a new realtor, I would utilize the UpNest platform because you can compare realtor fees and services. Hope this helps! ... more
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