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Wed May 11, 2016
Michelle Mattox asked:
It's listed by Tommy Morgan Realty and is showing up correctly everywhere else. It may be that your site pulls from Maps and I don't believe it's on Maps for some reason.…
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Sat Nov 7, 2015
Kathy Lewis answered:
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Sat Sep 26, 2015
Robert W Neill Jr answered:
DId anyone ever respond to you?
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Thu May 8, 2014
weedsaltillo answered:
GO TO google :

This will give you a good idea of cost.
Good luck!
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Wed Jul 25, 2012
Linda Lorenzo answered:
Normally after all the contingencies including inspections are done the home should go pending and then it will not be shown. You need to check with your agent and have them find out why this hasn't happened. ... more
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Wed Jun 20, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
if his name appears on your credit report associated with the loan, then he will not qualify as a first time buyer.
there needs to be at least a 3 year interval.
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Sat Jul 30, 2011
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Yes, my MLS has created a new status "US" which signifies that you are under contract but continuing to show. Another option with a home sale contingency is to keep as Active and note that you have accepted a contingent offer in the comment field.

Whether "A" (active) or "US" (under contract continue to show) your listing will continue to be seen by the public through the various feeds.

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Tue Mar 15, 2011
Voices Member answered:
I'm sure there are covenants for your subdivision as most developed subdivisions have attached restrictions. If you have an active homeowner's association, you can ask one of the association executives if there is a copy. In order for all covenants to be effectively enforced however, they must all be filed with the county in which they apply. You can call the Chancery Clerks office in Tupelo for further information on how to obtain a copy of the covenants for your subdivision.

Lee County Chancery Clerk
200 West Jefferson St., Tupelo, MS 38802
Phone (662)841-9100 Fax (662)680-6091
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Thu Feb 17, 2011
Voices Member answered:
Saltillo has seen steady growth in both the business and residential sectors. Although home building has slowed, as it has everywhere, Saltillo continues to hold it's value considerably better than some surrounding communities. Saltillo schools remain popular and is considered one of the driving forces behind the successful real estate market there. During the period from 2000-2007, home values appreciated at an average rate of 3-6%. Over the last three years, prices have experienced slight declines but are currently holding steady. Now is an excellent time to buy in that market. ... more
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Thu Oct 22, 2009
Voices Member answered:
Saltillo has seen price reductions across the board although, not dramatic. The largest decreases have been in the upper end market where we have seen as much as 10-15% pricing declines and then 93-95% List to Sale price ratios. Lower end homes have not seen as much pricing pressure with 5-8% declines and a 95-97% L/S ratios. ... more
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