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Northampton County : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jul 23, 2017
Jydfxdx04 asked:
Wed Jun 21, 2017
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Thu Jun 8, 2017
Jlegedwards answered:
How do I find out who name is on the deed to a house
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Fri Jun 2, 2017
Mary answered:

Thank you for reaching out. Please be advised that once you removed your property listing to Zillow, it will automatically be removed to Trulia after 24 to 48 hours. Please kindly extend your patience for this.

Let me know if you have any questions and I will be happy to assist you.

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Fri Jun 2, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
How do you know that one party knows of the other two offers? In seller's market I always tell my buyers to submit best and highest as you'll never know whether seller will select the best offer or get back to all buyers and give a deadline to submit their best and highest. ... more
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Thu Jun 1, 2017
Mary answered:

This is Mary from Trulia Consumer Care. I saw what you posted on Trulia advice (

To move the saved home to a new board, please follow these steps:

1. Click 'Saved Homes' at the top right of the page when you are logged in.
2. Click 'My Boards' on the left hand side.
3. Click the board that has the home you want to move.
4. Click the heart icon on the home.
5. The board drop down will appear here. Choose which board to move the home to and you will see the home appear in the new board.
6. Delete the home from the old board by clicking the circle on the bottom right of the home and clicking 'Delete'.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you for using Trulia!

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Sun Apr 30, 2017
A.labelle1980 asked:
I saw a house that I like and would like to find out what the process is to get it from the bank..1653 Pleasant View Rd Bethlehem, Pa 18015.

Thank you
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Thu Apr 13, 2017
Sackettbiz answered:
Hi we are moving from Tucson to Bethlehem and having the same problem of finding an agent that would deal with us as our representative. Seem to be a missing business opportunity and very frustrating. Seems we are not alone. My kids are going out in May to check things out and find a rental. This is so expensive, would have paid an agent happily to find us something. If I find stuff out I post for you ... more
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Mon Apr 3, 2017
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Fri Mar 24, 2017
Nronalds asked:
Looking to rent an apartment starting June 2017 (latest), May 2017 (earliest). Nothing too far from Bethlehem. Budget not including utilities is $800. Preferred washer/dryer in unit. I do…
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Mon Mar 20, 2017
Teresa Klingman answered:
In the majority of states/counties the house goes to an automatic REO or becomes a Bank Owned property even if the bank or Real Estate company has no stake or ownership of the home. There are ways to avoid foreclosure. Contact a local attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney please find a para legal or go to the courthouse and ask for a list of attorney's. There are options. You can also research how to slow down a foreclosure in whatever state/county you are in by speaking to a judge in your county. It is very unfortunate that most homeowners are not educated before buying. Also remember that sometimes investors also can provide a way out of debt. I hope this helps ... more
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Tue Jan 31, 2017
Marlene Vanderhoef asked:
Have been renting the house since 2015. House has been listed both for sale and rent for over 7 yrs. house has no upgrades done in many years. House is from 1900 and is near the border of…
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Fri Dec 9, 2016
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Wed Dec 7, 2016
Penny McPhaul asked:
Are there new construction builders who handle small home building projects or renovations between 90,000 - 150,000
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Wed Nov 9, 2016
Diane Christner answered:
Venice is a small city of about 22,000 people along the Gulf Coast just south of Sarasota, FL. However, Venice is experiencing a building boom of new construction homes by a handful of builders and the population is therefore expanding by leaps and bounds. Venice has a cute downtown area of shops and restaurants but the closest mall is to the north in Sarasota. Venice is known for it's beaches, where people search for sharks teeth. The median age in Venice is 67.

Jobs market in Venice is limited. Many people who live in Venice work in Sarasota, which is located north of Venice. Jobs in general tend to pay less in FL than in states "up north" due to the constant influx of new potential employees to our state coming here for the weather and beaches. They call it the "sunshine factor."

Whether Venice would be a nice place is subjective, it depends on how you personally define "nice." I've lived in the Sarasota area for 30+ years and love it, but I've known other transplants here that stay a year or two and leave to go "back home." If you will need employment once you move here I would suggest checking out the local jobs market for wages and benefits before making a move. It's also smart to have sufficient funds to cover at least 6 - 9 months of living expenses when you move in case the job situation takes longer to work out than anticipated.

If you've not visited our coast yet, I would strongly suggest taking a trip here to check things out as what may look good on paper doesn't always translate into a good reality for everyone. Best time to come is after Easter, as between now and Easter the coast will be full of seasonal residents and tourists, motels/hotels raise their rates for the season and private vacation rentals see a doubling of the monthly rental rates until the end of the winter season.

Good luck with your research, I hope you find a spot that works for you and yours.
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Mon Sep 12, 2016
kellysimsf asked:
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Wed Sep 7, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
Sounds like you may have chosen the wrong brokerage. You may want to interview with smaller companies or even a team. The key to finding buyers is having listings. Listings bring buyers. One thing you can start today that is no cost is sign up for a free blog on Active Rain. It allows you to promote yourself and what you can offer. Write about your area, events, fairs etc. Then your best investment for more explore is becoming a "A Rainer". The more active you become, the cost goes down until it is free. I put a link below to my blog where you can sign up for free. Good luck with your real estate adventure ... more
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