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Tue Feb 17, 2015
Tim Davis answered:
Hello there. Welcome to the states. I'm actually an agent from one of the top agencies in Omaha. I'd love to help you find the perfect home. If you would like, feel free to email me back and we can see what I can come up with.

Thanks for the service

Tim Davis
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Mon Nov 25, 2013
Carol answered: Fenced in back yard with fish pond. Wood floors except for kitchen which is tile. Nice yard. Good neighbors.
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
Billie Atkinson answered:
Start with the court house. Find out when the lien was placed on your home and who is the lien holder.
Contact that holder to try and remove the lien. If the lien was placed on the home before you owned it,
get the title company you worked with when you purchased the home involved.
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Wed Mar 7, 2012
Don Tepper answered:
Where I am, that's easy. Not sure about your MLS.

On our system, you can search for cash sales, or sales without mortgages. That's not perfect, but it will help identify a lot of purchasers who are buying for cash. Many of them will be investors.

Another way is to look at recent home sales and then screen to include only absentee (non-resident) owners. Most people who buy and then aren't living in the property are investors.

Also, get involved with your local real estate investment club(s). Here's a link to some in Nebraska: I see two listed for Omaha. You'll find plenty of investors there.

Sometimes you can flush some out by using Craigslist. You'll get a lot of flakes, but investors do peruse Craigslist. Identify a property or two that would be good for investors. Then put it in Craigslist. Don't get all fancy with the listing. Text and a few photos actually will get more attention, since many investors avoid listed properties.

There are lots of other ways, too. But that should be enough to get you started.

Hope that helps.
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