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Wed Feb 1, 2017
Maricris A answered:

I have emailed you regarding this concern.


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Thu Jul 31, 2014
Julie Ann Glutz answered:
Is there a sign out front to indicate if anyone is listing it for rent or sale? If not, you could look up tax records to see who the home owner is and try to contact them directly. Good luck! ... more
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Joe Lowry answered:
It is best to contact your financial institution of choice and speak with a Loan Officer. They will have specialists within their companies that can tell you what needs to be paid and what needs to be changed to best help your rating. Sometimes what you think will help may not. Best wishes- ... more
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Thu May 10, 2012
KK German answered:
I have not used them personally, but I had an agent make the following recommendation:
Call Steve Elgin 757-434-0553 cell or 757-467-7777 Office ( Personal Touch Services INC) great company ! ... more
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Mon Jan 2, 2012
Joe McAvoy answered:
This is a very thoughtful question. Wilma Clay's answer below along with the others thoroughly explored the considerations. Since resale isn't a concern in the foreseeable future, I wouldn't hesitate to improve the home for your comfort and safety.

Feel free to call me any time if I can assist you, your family, or friends with any real estate needs. My mobile number is 757-268-5123. You can click on the link below to review my profile.

All the best, Joe McAvoy
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Thu Jan 29, 2009
Bayside Buyer answered:
I actually spoke with the assessor earlier this week, and he is going to come check out the property in person in a couple of weeks. It is a detached single family home that was built in 2003 before the current assessor started, so he said he has never viewed it personally. He echoed what Drew said with the upcoming July 2009 assessment being based on sales a year behind from July 2007 - July 2008, but he said he cannot ignore what is happening with the current market, so the assessment will likely be an average between the current and last year's numbers. He also said that having an appraisal definitely helps my situation. I am looking forward to hearing what he has to say during his visit, although the adjustment will not take place until the normal assessment schedule in July. Thanks for your answers. ... more
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