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Fri May 23, 2014
Connie Rose answered:
There are some fabulous avenues you can explore to check on neighborhoods and schools. If you go to www.abilenetx.com it will be a big help to you.
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Mon Nov 4, 2013
ashlearenee4085 asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental/3100421509-817-Glendale-Dr-Abilene-TX-79603
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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Randy Dodd answered:
Good questions. While there are several different answers to this question depending on the details. With that said a Month to Month Lease is just that, Month to Month. Most times month to month leases are just as good as the people’s word & integrity….. It is always best to have lease with an expiration date, expectation & responsibilities outlined.

Renew the lease prior to expiration date. It protects the Tenant as well as the Owners of a property.

Here’s my “take” on it…. You collected 3 years of rent. The place most likely has repairs, plaster holes, or paint basic wear & tear that you plan to take care of. I would not be too bent out of shape over a screen door and long as the people are out. Focus on finding a new tenant

You #1 priority should be getting the property back on the market to maximize your ROI (return on investment.) - Do you agree?
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Wed Jan 23, 2013
Val Smith answered:
The flood map for the city of Abilene was revised around January, 2012. There were several areas of town that were removed from the flood zone area & some areas of town that were moved INTO the flood zones. This area that you are wondering about is no longer in a flood zone. The odd thing about this area, the creek runs right behind lots of houses in this area & you would think they would require flood insurance because of that. The creek is deep enough in those areas that it contains the water & floods in areas farther north.
If you have questions about a specific house, I would be happy to do the research - as an Accredited Buyer's Representative, I provide my clients with lots of information about the houses they are interested in, so they can make a well informed decision.
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