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Tue Mar 22, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
In 21 years, I have yet to see a house that was cheap enough or special enough to justify the risk and aggravation involved with buying a short sale or foreclosure. There are tons of dumpy homes for sale that you can purchase directly from the seller, not the bank. I suggest you buy one of those instead.


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Tue Dec 2, 2014
Gary Birtles answered:
I think it depends on what needs you are trying to fulfill. If people are going to be living there long-term, I think it would be wise to have these things fixed, especially the heating. People will shy away from environments like that if these basics aren't met. http://www.americanhomeinc.com ... more
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
mrspoiter answered:
Looking for a 4 bedroom rental for under $600. a month tried looking on Craigslist. Can anyone or does anyone have something available trying to move ASAP! My e-mail is mrspoiter@hotmail.com if you have something. ... more
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
Cherie Gottshall answered:
With Shenandoah being only 15 min. to High Ridge Industrial Park and 25 Min. To Humbolt Industrial Park and there are several Hospitals and prisons within a 30 minute commute.

Coal heat is very economical compared to oil. Costs vary depending on how well the home is insulated and how high you keep your thermostat. It also varies if you heat your hot water with oil also. ... more
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Mon Mar 4, 2013
Russ Ravary answered:
You are doing it the smart way. You might want to reach out to some real estate agents in the area that have investors that would buy the house for you and sell it back to you land contract ... more
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Fri Sep 18, 2009
Cupcake answered:
I think Shenandoah is a good place to invest, the properties are inexpensive, there are always people looking to rent here and work is not to far away. The people of Shenandoah are hopsitable, friendly and neighborly. I have multiple investment properties here and I'm very happy with the return. ... more
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Sun Apr 6, 2008
John Hersey answered:
Like Glenda said. Be sure to talk with someone about actual sale price and amount seller may have paid towards closing costs. I would recommend talking to a local agent in the area you are talking about. Hope this helps! ... more
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