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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Alma Kee answered:
Thanks Antonio... also Lisa makes a very good point about if the escrow is held at a Real Estate firm it's a different process to get your deposit released back. Most Real Estate firms will not hold escrow because it's an accounting and legal nightmare but some will. ... more
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Mon Jan 23, 2012
Judie Palmer answered:
I am working with them for the first time, but I can tell you that I had to call India and found out that they don't post unless you offer 70% of purchase price and you need a realtor to help you because they can see what you can't and FYI, noone that I can tell can ever talk to listing agent...only India. It's a mess but if you need help....I can try.
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Wed Oct 26, 2011
Alma Kee answered:
Go here for a Self Assessment Guide:

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Sun Oct 24, 2010
Tammy Hayes answered:
Have more than one web site. Do blogging on several sites. Some sites to use: Trulia, Active Rain, Merchant Circle, Blogger, Word Press, Twitter, Facebook, Linked In, and Hi5. I write real estate articles for You can check out their web site and see if they need someone for your area. Also sign up for the Housing Trends e-newsletter. See my links below.

Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Sandals Realty, Punta Gorda, FL
Cell: 941-276-6185
Fax: 941-766-1767 - E-mail - Search for Properties on my Web Site - See my monthly e-newsletter - See my real estate articles & subscribe for free
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Thu Sep 24, 2009
Brandon Yee answered:
Since we have switched to a electronic fax system, we have not received any junk faxes. That might be an option for you.
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