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New Haven : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jan 24, 2018
Cmorales49 asked:
Would like information on selling my home, but interested in interviewing realtors.
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Sat Jul 29, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
If you are interested in the safety of a neighborhood, you need to visit or call the local police department and ask them this question. Nobody can answer this because realtors are prohibited from giving opinions regarding safety, schools, etc. because it violates Fair Housing laws. ... more
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Fri Jul 28, 2017
brandon white answered:
Mandy Management usually rents to anybody with income but their places aren't in the best conditions
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Wed Jul 19, 2017
Faith answered:

We display property information on Trulia to provide consumers with transparent real estate information. We receive this information from public records gathered by a third-party data collector from your county. Our mission is to empower consumers with information and tools to make smart decisions about homes, real estate and mortgages. For this reason, we do not remove public record property information from Trulia.

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Wed May 17, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Realtors and lenders are prohibited from giving opinions regarding safety of neighborhoods, schools, demographics, religion, etc. because it violates Fair Housing laws.
You will need to do your own research by doing the following: visit local schools and talk to parents and teachers; visit neighborhoods at different times of the day and weekdays and weekends; visit or call the local police departments (you can go to their websites); use the Census Bureau's website -; visit local grocery stores and talk to local residents; visit local parks and playgrounds; etc.

Realtors can provide published brochures and tell you which websites to go to because they did not write the content so it is not their opinion. However, I would do the above because you will receive first hand and accurate information.
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Thu Apr 20, 2017
Sharone Richardson asked:
If there aren't any hud houses in the town of my school district (i'm a teacher) can I buy a house in the same county where I work?
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Sun Mar 26, 2017
Yzvonne Gore asked:
I can ambulate in my apt.,but need access to apt.
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Sat Jan 28, 2017
Philip Michel asked:
the upstairs where our girls lived had a gas fire place and bath that was not on the permits.
what our the recourse?
we have debated to take landlord to court for the items that got ruined…
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Tue Dec 20, 2016
Stephanie Fidis answered:
This apartment complex is actually like a 15 minute drive from New Haven Metro North Union Station. 45 minutes by bus and actually the bus stop is a 20 minute walk away from the complex, when you are going towards the train station. ... more
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Sun Oct 9, 2016
josh campbell answered:
yes you should as if you have rented the apartment you dont know weather or not they are paying the mortgage payments .

you may get in to trouble to maybe bank will come up and foreclose the property and you have to leave the home at earliest too.

only if the date is not too old on it.
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Tue Jul 26, 2016
Joe Borelli answered:
As the FHA 203k lending guidelines changed recently, I would recommend that you work with a 203K lender approved by FHA to learn more about their latest renovation guidelines. ... more
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Thu Jul 21, 2016
Apple95jack asked:
Right now my husband and I are trying to close on a 203k refinance and the paperwork is just dragging on - we are hoping to close soon (we're almost a month past our initial anticipated…
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Wed Mar 9, 2016
Joeceliz94 asked:
ct is I listed it on other web sites but not trulia. Im not sure how it got posted on here so I dont know how to pull the listing.
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Sun Aug 9, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
A personal letter is never a bad idea, and the chances of "moving" the Seller are 50/50. Since you feel you need an explanation, it can only help! What to write??? None of us have seen the property or your bid, so that information should come from your agent. ... more
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Thu Mar 5, 2015
Margo Montgomery answered:
Please feel free to call me. I'm a REALTOR with Berkshire Hathaway HomServices. Our office in in Madison, CT.

My coverage is centralized around New Haven area and up the Shoreline through Old Saybrook.

Including Hamden, East Haven, West Haven, Branford, Guilford, Madison, Westbrook etc.

My direct number is 203-779-9651
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Thu Feb 19, 2015
James Simon answered:
I'm not totally sure whether or not worker's comp would be considered income. For all intents and purposes, it does qualify as an income in some regards. However, when you try to count it as something that you're working to earn, that definition might break down. I think that it depends on the context.
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Mon Jan 5, 2015
Mfangyeh answered:
I like to apply for housing authority in new york
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Fri Aug 8, 2014
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Mon Jun 30, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
Banks and creditors sell their "paper" aka accounts payable all the time. The key is if the debt is valid, if the collections are within the time frame as outlined by federal and your states collection law. If they get a judgement, than you are at a whole different level of debt and now have courts involved. You should not ignore and consult a lawyer for anything you do not understand to know your rights and or obligations. ... more
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