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Mon Jul 24, 2017
Faith T answered:

Please follow these instructions to find Section 8 rental listings:

1. Click Rent tab on homepage.
2. Enter your desired area in the search bar and hit Enter.
3. Click More
4. Enter the Keyword Section 8
and click Search.

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Tue Feb 18, 2014
Sally Bulavko answered:
Hi There! In our area, generally speaking the seller pays the seller's agent a commission and from that, the seller's agent pays a buyer agent.

Now, every agent is free to set their own fees, and those fees are always negotiable between the agent and a client. When I represent a buyer, I never charge an additional up-front fee!

So please keep in mind that it is ALWAYS a good idea to work with a buyers agent, so that you have an expert looking out for you. Given that the seller is paying the total commission, there really isn't a downside to seeking and hiring a buyer agent to take care of your needs.

If I can ever help you, please don't hesitate to call!
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Wed Sep 5, 2012
Amerevision answered:
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Tue Feb 24, 2009
Mim Heisey answered:
What you are asking is "If you take an average price of all the homes in your city, what will this particular house appraise for?"
That is like asking "how high is this plant in my yard? The average of all the tress, shrubs and flowers in my neighborhood is 2 feet.
Do you see that it is not that easy? Much more information is needed.
You need to have someone who is familiar with the plant you are asking about, and has some measurement tools to help you. Call a local Realestate or an appraiser.
Hope that helps.
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