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Thu Aug 17, 2017
Juan Palacio answered:
I don't think buyers should be giving gifts, it works the other way around, I believe.My brother -a Realtor in Ft Lauderdale is now sending flower subscriptions to his customers, I honestly think it's brilliant, say you send a customer 3 months of flowers they keep seeing your name for less than $100
https://bloomsybox.com/closing-gift
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Fri Jul 7, 2017
Bobbobberson1948 answered:
Age of a properly functioning heating system that has been well maintained should not be an issue.
Seller can be asked, but if it is working, they would be within their rights to take the position that "If it's not broken, why replace it?"
The same is true of full copper water heaters that were constructed prior to the concept of planned obsolescence.
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Wed Feb 15, 2017
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they absolutely do. Construction loans for doctors too. Call me at 916-601-8782 or jonathan.brozek@usbank.com
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Mon Apr 20, 2015
Alan May answered:
That's not a total scam. That's how Trulia offers a "free estimate"... they give your name to several real estate agents (whom they charge for the opportunity to talk to you), and those agent will give you a free estimate on the value of your home (we call those CMA's... Comparative Market Analyses)...

There should be no charge, and you want to get a consensus from several agents.

Trulia still offers a good site for those searching for homes... but they don't allow individuals to list their homes here on Trulia. They only accept listings from agent-represented-properties.
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Sun Nov 9, 2014
John Westrich answered:
The normal practice is to have a real estate attorney come into the picture is when there is a signed contract between buyer and seller. At that point, the contracts are sent to both attorneys and Attorney Review begins. ... more
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Mon Oct 6, 2014
Sabrina Puleo answered:
Hi Ella, It does depend upon your price range. For instance I have a 5 bedroom, 3 full bath Bi Level home on Dodd Street in Verona, with a large addition. This home has an In Law suite on the ground level with 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath, a family room, office, laundry room and two walk outs, a large yard and deck, currently listed for $599k. All three of these towns are wonderful communities to live in, with higher rated school systems, and are priced higher then some of the other surrounding towns because of their location and school ratings as mentioned. Please fee to contact me for any additional questions or concerns I can answer for you. Always happy to help. ... more
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Tue Sep 30, 2014
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I've helped many clients and contractors during there renovation projects and can say that it's very hard to pinpoint. I would recommend receiving 3 detailed bids for the project which outline the costs. It helps that you're not involving bathrooms as they usually eat up the budget quickly.

I'm unsure if you're intending to pay for the addition / extension out of pocket, but you should be aware that there are a few renovation loan programs worth at least considering. It allows you to wrap all costs into your mortgage and generally has minor affect on monthly payment; especially since it lets you keep cash in the bank and readily accessible.

If you'd like to weigh-out your options and see exactly what the project would cost from a monthly perspective I'd be happy to help; it's all about knowing your options. I may be reached directly via phone or email, whichever is easiest.


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Sun Sep 28, 2014
Terry McCarley answered:
Questions regarding tax matters should be addressed by an accountant - real estate agents can't give tax advice or legal advice.
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Sun Sep 28, 2014
Matthew De Fede answered:
Darren Dibiasi on Centre St in Nutley.
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Thu Sep 25, 2014
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Sat Feb 15, 2014
Linda Grey answered:
When inquiring about taxes it is always best to provide a full property address that way someone can assist you with some knowledge about the property.
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Sat Jan 4, 2014
isaac.levinzon answered:
The lifetime gift exemption changes each year(5,250,000 for 2013). Your parents can give you the 100K and they still will not pay taxes on it. Form 709( gift tax return has to be filed) in order to comply with the IRS regulations.

If you need further assistant please call me

212-444-8087

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Fri Dec 20, 2013
Steven Cohen answered:
Would be pleased to help you with financing. Your best bet would likely be a mortgage broker. I can recommend several to you who can help you get the best rate. You need a preapproval before looking for a home. That is the first step. Please contact me at (732) 642-4550 or by e-mail at randycohen56@gmail.com. ... more
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Thu Dec 19, 2013
Andrew Tisellano answered:
Try asking this question under a Houston zip code
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Mon Dec 16, 2013
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
which apartment?..............and, what is your question regarding this apartment?
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Wed Nov 27, 2013
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Closings usually take place at the buyer's attorney office.
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Thu Nov 21, 2013
Mary Black answered:
I like to do it after they have moved out so there are no unexpected issues. either the night before or morning of.
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Thu Nov 21, 2013
Kyle Kovats answered:
Conforming loan limits do vary for every county in the state. Essex County happens to be $625k. Any and all questions that you have regarding financing and loans are best forwarded to mortgage brokers. A guy I would highly recommend having a conversation with is Shane Force of Atlantic Home Loans. One of the few mortgage brokers who will not constantly hound you if you call him. 973-219-4195 ... more
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