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For Rent in Vancouver : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 3, 2016
Cheryl answered:
Contact The Management Group (TMG) and they can help you with the relocation to the rural areas of Vancouver and in Vancouver as well.

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Sat May 30, 2015
Gloria Matthews answered:
Jenne, Make a connection with any realtor. We do have a little more information than the websites and the ability to research much more. The sellers agent represents the SELLER, Where as a buyers agent will represent YOU, help you with your due diligence.

The emails you receive from agents are an inivitation to ENGAGE.

In the end, your agent has more tools to help you search based on your criteria, keep you informed of new listings that Match your criteria and when you select a property and secure your financing, your agent's fees are generally paid by the seller, There is already a contract to compensate a buyers agent in the listing.

Then your agent will navigate the myriad of documents and processes along with the 13 professionals that will have a part or piece of the whole transaction. "its complicated" and there are a lot of moving pieces, contractual timelines.

Real Estate has become increasingly more difficult with rules, regulations and law.. so your agent will help you navigate the whole process.

Dive in, there are no sharks in the water... just helping hands.:)

CHECK OUT MY RESOURCES PAGE BELOW, you'll find a buyers guide and a flow chart!!

Gloria Matthews
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Fri Sep 19, 2014
Cristina Leta answered:
Have to be more specific. Are you looking to buy or rent? However if you are looking to buy a home, I can help you find it. My contact #(360)513-9667
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Mon Jun 9, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Hi Maureen,
You're asking from the "for rent" area, so be very careful with rentals. Many are frauds.
Since you're asking about USDA, I'll assume you are planning a purchase. I've attached a link below to the USDA site where you can check the map for this home and others you may be interested in. If you've been approved for USDA you know that there are location and income limitations to qualify. If you haven't talk to a great local lender to make sure you meet their guidelines. When you do, ask how quickly they are closing. Sometimes these loans take longer to fund than others. ... more
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Wed Jul 31, 2013
Katie Heiner answered:
Thank you Michael && Jim!!
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