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Mon Mar 23, 2015
Celine Sanderson answered:
It really doesn't look like there's any blinds on those windows from the link you posted. Now Kim, I would not be able to live without blinds for my windows. I'd suggest asking this for the manager to see if there's any rooms that has blinds. If not, see if they'd be willing to invest in blinds for the place with you. If you put up blinds, they might be able to take some rent money off for your installation costs by making that apartment more appealing with blinds. Good luck, Kim!
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Thu Dec 5, 2013
Terry McCarley answered:
Real estate agents can't discuss crime statistics. Contact local law enforcement for this information.
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Sun Jun 16, 2013
dance987 answered:
Are you still looking? Please check out 5711 Quincy Street, Mounds View, MN 55112
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Fri Apr 12, 2013
Joan Markgraf answered:
This is a rent to own, it is being offered to renters with an option to buy, but that have only a few minor credit problems to clear up. Joan Markgraf listing agent with Real Estate Masters, 651-731-8960 ... more
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Wed Sep 5, 2012
Steve Vennemann answered:
You may want to look here they have rent to own-contract for deed homes in all states.
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Tue Mar 30, 2010
Dee Ryan answered:
HI Jennifer,

Congrats for FINDING a home you like amongst all the foreclosures out there - always exciting putting in an offer! Some of the excitement is caused because of multiple offers. Banks like as many offers as they can get. The agent representing the bank generally is straightforward and truthful. It's his job to make sure all parties who have seen the home be notified as to offers being entertained if that is what the bank agreed to so people will put in their best and highest offer.

My advise would be to know your budget, set your highest price, and put in your best and highest offer. DO NOT GO OVER YOUR PRICE. Otherwise, you might have buyer's regret or get into a tight financial position. My favorite part of being a agent is shopping for homes - and I can guarantee there is always more coming around the corner.
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