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Mon Mar 20, 2017
Maricris A answered:
Hi,

I sent an email to you about this concern.

Regards,

Maricris
Consumer Care advocate
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Sat Aug 13, 2016
joe.baik asked:
My property is still listed on this even though I didn't post it here. It was posted through postlets (now zillow). It was removed from there and should be from here as well. Address…
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Sat Aug 1, 2015
tom.feaster answered:
I have a lot in South Tampa that may work for you. It is located a 114 South Tampania http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/114-S-Tampania-Ave-Tampa-FL-33609/45049523_zpid/

245 K. Build a home or two nice townhouses at between $100.00 and $150.00/ foot.

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Thu Dec 18, 2014
Yanoska Diaz answered:
If you hired a licensed electrician to do the work, the electrician should have made all needed corrections to code. If the electrician refuses to correct at his cost, I believe you should spend the extra $1,000.00, why should the buyer do it? ... more
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Fri Nov 14, 2014
Judi Monday, CRS answered:
You must be represented by a licensed real estate agent in order for your listing to be posted on Trulia.
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Sat Mar 29, 2014
Gary Hitchcock answered:
Trulia has all the crime reports for a given city that you choose, just go to the top click on Local Info then Crime and you’ll find charts, statistics, violent, and non-violent crimes, etc. ... more
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Tue Feb 25, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
Commissions are always negotiable between you and your agent, there are no set standards; therefore choose your agent with care and not by commission alone.
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Sat Jun 1, 2013
Demetiry M. Johnson answered:
Hello there. I would say. Its best to have a pre-approval letter prior to negotiations with the home owner or his lender. Here at http://www.westtownsavingsbank.com we offer a real-time pre-approvals using fannie-mae DU/DesktopUnderwriter along with the approval letter. Banks prefer this best.

Demetiry
National Lender
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
Brandon Rimes, P.A., C.N.E. answered:
The waterfront areas would be the highest resale value obviously, the entire zip code is very valuable and desirable area to live and invest in!

I also blog about this at link below:

All the best,

Please visit my blog: http://brandonrimes.larosarealtyblog.com/

Brandon Rimes, P.A.,C.N.E.
Certified Negotiation Expert
LaRosa Realty - Tampa Manager/Lead Recruiter
Brandon@brandonrimes.com
727-248-0533 Cell/TEXT
813-917-1894 Cell/TEXT
813-425-6977 E-Fax
BR058290 Skype

CLICK HERE FOR FREE MLS SEARCH
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
Brandon Rimes, P.A., C.N.E. answered:
yes I agree, the average has gotten better over the years as lenders, investors and negotiators have learned ways to streamline the short sale process... (some people joke that there is nothing short about a short sale HAHA)

I All the best,

Please visit my blog: http://brandonrimes.larosarealtyblog.com/

Brandon Rimes, P.A.,C.N.E.
Certified Negotiation Expert
LaRosa Realty - Tampa Manager/Lead Recruiter
Brandon@brandonrimes.com
727-248-0533 Cell/TEXT
813-917-1894 Cell/TEXT
813-425-6977 E-Fax
BR058290 Skype

CLICK HERE FOR FREE MLS SEARCH

also blog about this and other topics at
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Tue Jul 3, 2012
Robert Wilson answered:
It all depends on what you're picky about. If you want things like big closets, garages & space building new or looking at new homes in the area might be the best bet. If you concerns are location, then you might need to compromise and look at existing homes, because the best areas are going to have few new construction opportunities. Then again, the big variable is your budget. Sorry, I couldn't be more definitive. ... more
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Thu Feb 23, 2012
Alma Kee answered:
Hi Erika,

You posted this in Tampa but I'm thinking you're talking about a property in Chicago because basements are not common in Tampa.

If so, you may want to repost in Chicago so you can get the advise of Illinois Realtors.

All the best,
Alma
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Tue Jun 8, 2010
Bill Eckler answered:
Depending on tax prorations, title fee, inspection, survey, etc. your real estate professional should be able to get you to within a few dollars of the actual amount.........for the rest of us, it would be a guess! ... more
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Fri Aug 14, 2009
Fred Griffin answered:
excuse me Ellisa, while I greet a fellow Trulian:

Hi, Dunes

Nice to see you this afternoon!

Best wishes and TYVM

Fred
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Wed Apr 29, 2009
Monia Swaans, MBA answered:
Hello Ben,
I understand your frustration. I have successfully negotiated short sales since 2005, when no one has even heard of them. I have represented sellers and buyers in different transactions...so I know both sides.

No two transactions are the same, and no two banks are the same either. In each transaction I had to be EXTREMELY tenatious, patient and do alot of digging/research on everyone's motivations...in order to play the cards right...information is power.
I'd be happy to help you win this one if you do not currently have exclusive representation with another Realtor.
Sincerely
(813) 802-8440
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Tue Apr 21, 2009
Dp2 answered:
You probably should order an appraisal and termite inspection. Also, if your inspector wasn't able to determine the root clause for the flooding, then you probably should have at least 3 GCs walk through that basement and give you an estimate on how much it will cost to make the necessary repairs. Afterwards, you should go back to the seller, and counter with a lower price based upon the results of the appraisal, inspections, and GC estimates. ... more
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Wed Mar 25, 2009
Lisa Reeves answered:
Putting your house on the market is a very personal choice - if its the right time for you to move on then you have to just capture whatever you believe you are losing with the market in your next purchase. Regarding Hillsborough County estimates - its my understanding they are using foreclosures and short sales data too which may account for the change along with the market values themselves dropping. I would be happy to do a market analysis on your property for you to make an informed decision. ... more
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Sun Dec 7, 2008
Robert Wilson answered:
Easy... search for homes in that zip code at http://www.tampa33629.com

just search for homes from 10,000 to 100,000... lower than 10,000 will get you rentals
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Tue Sep 30, 2008
Lenny Gurvich answered:
50x100 Palma Ceia lot with a 2/1 home with month to moth tenants:
Link below for details/pricing:
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