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Mon Apr 20, 2015
Unfortunately not. If you are savvy with google maps you can do it through their traffic feature.

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Alex Greer
Loan Officer
NMLS #1056079
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Fri Jul 18, 2014
Mumtaz Khan answered:
I think they're excessively costly as well.

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Good Luck!
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Sun May 11, 2014
Sinead McAllister answered:
Yes, we've all been feeling the brunt of some of the new changes. If there is a particular property or properties that you are interested in, I would be happy to send you the lot size as a courtesy, just let me know.

?Sinead McAllister-Clifford
Real Estate Broker/ RealtorĀ®

McAllister Homes Real Estate
Residential Sales & Property Management
License 01366009
858-205-5215 CELL EMAIL
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Thu Sep 5, 2013
Rates/points are in CONSTANT movement and monitoring rates 24 hours a day will do little to ensure you get the very best rate. There are numerous factors that affect the cost of borrowing money, credit scores are just the tip of the iceberg. Add:

Type of property
Location of property
Type of loan program
Amount of down payment
Debt to income ratios
Purpose of loan: Purchase, Refinance, Rate and Term versus Cash Out
Amount of loan

Further, at the end of the day, the lowest possible rate doesn't mean a thing if the loan does not provide you the very best short and long term financial advantage. And, there are a lot of lenders who advertise very, very low rates...but they cannot perform to close a loan on time, or at all.

I have a current borrower who thought the lowest possible rate was his goal...until the online lender took three months to decline his file and he was at risk of losing $100,000 of equity when the contract expires and the owner threatened to cancel the transaction. I have salvaged the file in less than a week and docs are being ordered...guarantee you, the borrower does not care if I have the lowest rate in town.

All my best,

NMLS #279125
WJ Bradley
"We Listen. We Care. We Deliver."
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Fri Aug 12, 2011
John Arendsen answered:
Come on you really hold yourself in such high esteem? Stalkers? You look cute but the last thing I'm worried about on a RE blog is a "STALKER". Now if you were on a porn site I might be a little concerned. ... more
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Wed Aug 3, 2011
David Billar answered:
Thank you all very much for your helpfull input.

David P. Billar
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Tue Jun 21, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
by the way do not go by quantity, many of the stronger or more experienced agents specialize in certain homes, some will not touch homes unless they are 1 point homes or better, meaning Million dollar homes, with those you need only sell on a month and live well. Some do Equestrian, others do River Front or Water Front, while others do low end, obvious on low end you have to sell a lot of homes to get a decent take home! ... more
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Sat Jan 29, 2011
Petter John answered:
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Fri Jul 18, 2008
Ted Yates answered:
I have used Craftsman Foundation on a couple of homes and have been very happy. Both of mine were raised, but I would trust them with slabs.
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Sun Jun 8, 2008
Homa Moaddel answered:

Is the lawsuit pending against you or against your home? Shortsale has to be approved with the bank that lended you the money. The title insurance company will review the title to make sure they can provide clear title to the new owner. If there is any lien filed against your home they will get paid off from the proceeds of the sale and your lender will be aware of that. I hope I could provide you some info. But you need to consult with an attorney to get the best answer. I wish you the best of luck and take care.


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