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Sat Oct 19, 2013
msoptimist101 asked:
Sun Sep 22, 2013
Carla Koster answered:
your realtor will be able to help you find a house that allows pets. usually there is a pet deposit fee. where are you looking to rent?
please feel free to call me?eill be happy to help you. ... more
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Sun Sep 22, 2013
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Sun Sep 15, 2013
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Wed Sep 11, 2013
Tanya Ess-Young answered:
Please see the provided link below. Once on the site you will be able to via a pdf of the current tax rate at the bottom right of the page.
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Wed Jul 17, 2013
Kendal Stowe answered:
Tue May 28, 2013
Guy Gimenez answered:
Unless you were able to open the account and actually input the data, you won't be able to make changes to it. I would require the listing be deleted so any consumer contact from Trulia would go to your new agent. ... more
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Fri Mar 29, 2013
Mona Mondin answered:
Trinity is nice place to live for a senior. There are communities on the lake. Westwood Shores is a gated community on Lake Livingston. I have retired parents that live there. It is definitely not a fast paced town. It is about 20 minutes to Huntsville where there are larger grocery stores, a small mall, Target, Wal-mart, and plenty of restaurants. The Woodlands is only about an hour drive where there is shopping and choices for health care. ... more
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Thu Jan 19, 2012
Don Tepper answered:
It depends on what's typical/expected in your area.

Where I am (Northern Virginia) you absolutely need to have all the appliances present. A missing stove or refrigerator is like a red flag--like a front tooth missing from a smile. It's not done.

However, in other parts of the country it's expected that the buyer or renter will provide some or all of his/her appliances.

And that's the reason why some of the answers say you need the appliances in, while others say you don't. It's largely a matter of local custom. I don't know about Texas, but I do see that several of the answers from Texas agents suggest that appliances are preferable for selling, but entirely negotiable when renting. So I'd readily defer to their knowledge of Texas practices. Whatever you decide, though, make sure you're clear about what will and won't be provided to the buyer or the tenant.

Hope that helps.
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Thu Aug 18, 2011
Nina asked:
drought. Extremely middle income retirree friendly,many vacant and abandoned properties,could use a REAL dollar store, it's not boring.
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