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Sat Sep 30, 2017
Trishac420 asked:
Fri Sep 1, 2017
asdf answered:
That is going to be hard to proof. The inspector checks the outlets to make sure they are in working over, however they can't see behind the walls of the outlet. I'm not sure how you are going to proof that the inspector was paid off. It should be in the inspection report what was checked and what wasn't. I suggest you speak with a lawyer. ... more
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Wed Aug 9, 2017
Rachelsmith697 answered:
I'm currently in the same position. My whole family is relocating to sw fl and because of a record almost a decade old I keep getting turned down I've tried not saying anything, I've tried being upfront and honost and I'm still getting nowhere. If anyone knows anywhere near ft myers/cape coral that would give me a chance. Its my bf, my son and I. We are quiet, clean, hardworking ppl.I just want to be near our family and keep moving forward to provide the best I can for my son. Something I did so long ago after my mother passed suddenly I tried to kill my pain with drugs and went down that path for a Lil but I've been in recovery for years and I've never looked back but its still haunting me. If anyone has any suggestions plz lmk. Thanks for your time, Rachel. ... more
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Fri Jul 21, 2017
Sgilven asked:
If I have a new property built for a total cost of 260,000 dollars but I am appraised for 300,000 dollars does the difference of 40,000 go towards the down payment of the home? In addition…
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Sat Jul 15, 2017
Stubsandtails asked:
I have made EVERY Mortgage pymt, Tax pymt, and Escrow pymt myself since my husband died. I've kept up my insurance and I'm on the Deed but I'm not on the mortgage. Can they really take my…
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Thu Jul 13, 2017
David Brimhall asked:
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Mon May 29, 2017
Alex Foraker answered:
You may find my website of value. I've predefined search result predominately for King and Pierce counties in WA for multi family. You can however search surrounding areas in WA. Listings can be refined by city, building such as duplex, triplex, 4plex and many other amenities. Listings are updated almost instantly from the MLS in addition to capability to save search notifications for newly listed properties.
I would be happy to keep you informed of properties per any requested criteria as well. There is a very high demand for rentals and seemingly ongoing increases in market rental rates making for a good return on many multi family properties.
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Mon May 29, 2017
Alex Foraker answered:
I'm likely a little late on this as I'm sure your inspection contingency timeline has expired but I thought it was a good question to answer for future reference. The home inspection contingency is very vague, essentially you don't have to define any certain repair items to rescind the contract.
An inspection response addendum would be sent to the seller suggesting buyers inspection of the property is disapproved and earnest money shall be refunded. You would also not need to provide the inspection report to the seller. Hope everything worked out. Regards,
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Fri May 12, 2017
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Mon Apr 24, 2017
Eric W Vander Werff answered:
Depending on your situation, it could be faster than that. I have helped hundreds of folks who started out with less than perfect credit and eventually purchased a home. We lend in all 50 states and I'd be happy to discuss your specific situation if you would like. Small world, my first home was off 72nd by the Elmers breakfast joint there. I'm told there is a Bass Pro shops near now and I can't wait to come back and visit. ... more
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Sat Apr 22, 2017
Underhiswings11 asked:
so im selling a property with two homes on it with three rentals. The underwriter just required me to give notice to one tenant for 5/31 move out so that the new owner can move in. We…
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Thu Mar 16, 2017
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Fri Feb 10, 2017
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Mon Jan 23, 2017
Boris Mejikovskiy answered:
and now a'm answering my own question
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Tue Nov 1, 2016
Kary Krismer answered:
I believe there is, but you'd need to consult a real estate attorney. The issue is whether the repair terms survive the contract. I suspect you're dealing with a small claims court matter if the seller won't agree to fix it.

FYI, as to terminology your agent is the selling agent. The seller's agent is the listing agent.
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Fri Oct 28, 2016
Kary Krismer answered:
If you or a prior owner listed the house, and that listing was somehow fed to Trulia, then someone did effectively give permission to use the photos. Trulia apparently has a way to remove those. Also, as to the photos, I wouldn't assume they are yours. Ownership is more likely that of a real estate agentor the photos of a professional photographer.

The rest of the information comes from public records and I don't believe there is a way to remove that.
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Tue Oct 11, 2016
Invstnlfp answered:
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Tue Oct 11, 2016
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wouldn't think it would be a problem. No overtime or bonus income would be allowed for qualifying purposes and if it is hourly as opposed to salaried then you need to show a few months of track record at the new income, and it needs to be CONSISTENT at 40 hours or more ... more
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Sun Aug 21, 2016
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