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Sun Jun 4, 2017
Alan May answered:
That should have been spelled out, clearly, at the closing.

In our area, if you closed on May 5th, you would count May 6th as day 1. May 7th as day 2, and so on. So 30 days would be on June 4th. ... more
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Tue Apr 4, 2017
ma063001 asked:
does the buyer have to pay delinquent taxes
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Wed Feb 1, 2017
Donna Friesner asked:
Please see 6133 foxcroft cannot get the photos to load. Only one would load and they were all compressed at the same time.
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Mon Jul 25, 2016
Jerry asked:
Send the email so I can verify I am who I am,and nothing. 50 times and nothing. Change email addresses and nothing. Not in spam folder, not in garbage/junk, nothing. Worst website EVER.…
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Sat Aug 1, 2015
Malekfinancials answered:

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Wed Feb 4, 2015
Shane Corbett answered:
Although a pre-approval isn't required to be shown homes, it is very helpful. It provides a basic idea on if you can be approved and for how much. It also saves time for both the buyers and agents from looking at homes that the buyer may not qualify for to begin with. If you are looking for a foreclosure, proof of funds or a pre-approval is almost always required to present an offer. With other homes, providing a pre-approval with an offer may not be required, but shows the seriousness of the buyer to buy a home, whether it be that sellers or another one. ... more
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Thu Dec 4, 2014
Carol Venia-Stokes answered:
You would have to check with the county commissioners for this information. Have your agent check before making an offer. Hopefully this helps.
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Thu Dec 4, 2014
Carol Venia-Stokes answered:
It's possible. This is a buyer's market right now. I can help you look at the homes and advise if the seller would be willing to entertain a lower offer. I'd be happy to help. You can text or call me at 567 202 7021. You can also email me at: Thank you, Carol Venia-Stokes ... more
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Sun Jul 27, 2014
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Thu Sep 6, 2012
Dean Zurawski asked:
We have a person on our condo Board that wants to raise our fees to around $360 per month. He says there has never been an increase in 25 years. What? I can't believe that our fees…
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Mon Jul 18, 2011
Bill Eckler answered:
Banks are in the money business...and specialize in loaning and saving money to people. They do not normally either buy or sell real estate. They do however, with regards to "distressed" sales assume temporary ownership in the form of foreclosures.

Typically, banks pass on the selling of these properties to real estate specialists that market the homes for them. Thus, you can go to the bank but will likely be told that property will in the near future be listed with a local realtor and to keep an eye on new homes listed for sale.

We would recommend that if you are interested in a specific home to find a realtor that can monitor the market and let you know as soon as it enters the market.

Good luck,

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Thu May 15, 2008
Jo Lyman answered:
Oleathea, If your tenants are on a month-to-month lease, they should be looking. Since they have no written lease, no tenant rights apply. You may want to get a legal opinion on that from a Real Estate attorney, or you may want to ask your lender what they plan to do once the deed is transferred. ... more
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