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33579 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 9, 2017
Aisha26smith asked:
Is there any section 8 accepted in zipcode 33579 no more then 1005
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Wed Sep 28, 2016
Amanda Higgins asked:
The owner of my condo is selling and it's just my son and I. I have had no luck with any of the online sites and hoping someone can help me. My voucher is for $977. Please, if you…
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Tue Jan 6, 2015
Chris Kennedy answered:
The answer is going to depend heavily on the
A. Location
B. Price of the units
C. Amenities offered by the park

With that being said, In Hillsborough county, Florida we see a lot of lot rents in the $300-$400 range. South of us they can be $400-$600 ... more
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Tue Jan 6, 2015
Chris Kennedy answered:
Although this is an old post, I'm going to post the following link:
That is the Hillsborough county (local) crime mapping site.

Ironically enough, we made an offer on this property a few years back when it was a short sale. ... more
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Wed Jun 18, 2014
Steven Maulucci answered:
The agents are all correct. You would have had to write up an exclusion into the contract and/or an addenda specifically naming that entity with original signatures and dates the same day as the listing agreement.

I cannot ascertain the listing agents intentions but typically you are much much better off with a Realtor looking out for your best interests in a transaction then without one. Without a Realtor involved in a transaction buyers and sellers both have been known to bully the the other party and try to take advantage of them. I've run into many issues where sellers did a for sale by owner and illegally didn't disclose material defects with a property. Then on the other side I've heard of potential buyers and in some cases investors simply under bid on a property and provide fake sales comparisons in the neighborhood in order to dupe unsuspecting sellers into accepting their offer.

With a Realtor involved on either side of the transaction, neither of these things should happen to you.

I'm sorry this transaction didn't go down how you expected. Hopefully this didn't ruin your outlook on Realtors and services we provide. Given that all Realtors are not alike, I do hope you will still contact one of us when you're ready to buy or sell as we generally do want to help you.
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Tue Oct 1, 2013
Annette Lawrence answered:
There is the traditonal data that is publicly available at:

Is there any specific information you are looking for?
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