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Sugar House : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Feb 7, 2017
Roszell557 answered:
Yes I'm looking to move into a place now wants a house got evicted out a apartment have to move by tomorrow don't want to be homeless
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Wed May 25, 2016
Crackbang1010 answered:
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Wed May 25, 2016
Crackbang1010 answered:
I CAN HELP YOU SECURE AN APARTMENT IN ANY CONVINIENT LOCATION OF YOUR CHOICE, FOR MORE SERIOUS CONVERSATION ON THIS APARTMENT. SEND A DIRECT MAIL TO CRACKBANG1010@GMAIL.COM
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Wed May 25, 2016
Crackbang1010 answered:
I CAN HELP YOU SECURE AN APARTMENT IN ANY CONVINIENT LOCATION OF YOUR CHOICE, FOR MORE SERIOUS CONVERSATION ON THIS APARTMENT. SEND A DIRECT MAIL TO CRACKBANG1010@GMAIL.COM
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Sun Nov 22, 2015
forrestcarter110 answered:
Hello,

I have 3 bedroom apartments in TN with 2 car garage , if interested, contact me directly via my personal email. forrestcarter110@gmail.com
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Sat Sep 19, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Dannyriz,
You'll need to use another site. Trulia isn't active in Canada. You might want to try Realtor.CA or other specifically Canadian sites. With all rentals, be careful for scams. Verify you are dealing with reputable company or owner and don't send money expecting keys in the mail. This is a common fraud technique. ... more
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Tue Sep 2, 2014
Adam Wills answered:
Give these guys a call, they are a property management company that has rentals everywhere.

http://www.rentmanagementutah.com/default.asp.f-rental_app.d-propertymanagement
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Fri Aug 22, 2014
Toddtownsend answered:
If you are looking for a good bus commute to the University of Utah, I would suggest living on the 21 route (anywhere on 2100 E to 2100 S). It takes people to campus in various places (including medical center, hospital, student union) with pickup every 15 minutes. Really is the best bus route available as far as frequency to the University of Utah. ... more
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Thu Mar 27, 2014
Jonathan Hayward answered:
Garcilazo,

I noticed that nobody answered your question that you posted over 1 month ago, sorry.

I can see the reason nobody answered is the areas are mixed up. You are inquiring about San Bernardino County but this question was placed in the Salt Lake County question board. I apologize for the mix up and delayed response.

Best, Jonathan Hayward
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Thu Oct 3, 2013
Linda Lorenzo answered:
If a crime was committed you can check on www.crimereports.com or www.spotcrime.com as well as the information given by John.
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Fri Sep 13, 2013
Nick Sakalis answered:
I know this is an old question, but I'm answering it anyway. If you haven't sold your home yet, hopefully it helps you. If you have, then maybe it can help someone else with this or her home currently on the market.

I would hesitate to write "make offer" under comments. A comment like that would be more appropriate for a used sofa being sold on Craigslist. I personally feel that it gives a sense of desperation. If I represented a buyer trying to purchase a home stating "make offer", I can guarantee you, that you would not like our first offer. I would also shy away from writing "motivated seller" unless you real are in a urgent rush, a distress situation or in a Short Sale situation.

Try other options in attracting attention to your home. I'm not sure what your total asking price is on your home and how much of a difference 2- 3K would affect your listing. This a discussion you need to have with your Listing Agent. Incentives may be a way for you to go as well.
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Wed Jun 27, 2012
Richard Curtis answered:
Keep the cashflow high, but offset the cashflow with repairs and improvements to the property.
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