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Fri Aug 5, 2016
Jompuzio answered:
Not sure if you are interested in Berlin but I do have a townhouse for rent. Not sure how many pets or what kind they are but it may fit your needs. It's available for September 1st, just in time for the new school year. There are two bedrooms upstairs and the lower level is finished and can be used as a 3rd bedroom, storage, an office, gym, etc. The condo association only allows for 1 dog that is 19 inches or smaller. If you are interested give me a call at 860-357-3980.


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Mon Feb 16, 2015
Kelly Nation answered:
Why not use an agent? It costs you nothing. The agent is paid via the seller, unless otherwise specified in the listing. You gain the knowlèdge of a real estate professional to take you from the offer to the closing and handle all of the paperwork. By all means, use an agent!
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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Lisa Long answered:
Hi! I am a mortgage banker in Wethersfield. I do a lot of first time homebuyer loans. CHFA offers the lowest rate for first time homebuyers. If you would like to schedule an appointment, I can help you qualify. My cell is 860-995-3513. Lisa Long ... more
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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Lisa Long answered:
Hi! I am a mortgage banker in Wethersfield. I help people like yourself to buy homes with little or no money down. Call me if you would like to schedule an appointment. Lisa Long 860-995-3513 cell ... more
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Sun Feb 17, 2013
Phil Zimbardi answered:
Rarely does a client need to file bankruptcy and the lenders almost alway include a waiver of deficiency in the approval letter. Almost all of my short sales eventually go to closing and the sellers typically get $3000 at closing for cooperation from the bank. ... more
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Wed Jul 20, 2011
Shane Milne answered:
If you are using financing, in addition to finding the real estate agent whose style meshes well with you and meets all of your prerequisites, you'll also want to make a connection with a good loan officer who can clearly explain the steps in the loan process - from getting pre-approved, to what happens right after your offer is accepted, to what type of costs you could expect to pay out of pocket along the way and when they would be owed, to how much money/funds you'd need to bring in at closing and what documents to bring with you. When the time comes, if you'd like to discuss things I'd be happy to help. ... more
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Thu Apr 8, 2010
Candace Lipira answered:
The answer below is correct. Did you ask your Buyer Agent to ask the Broker of their office to contact the Seller's Agent's Broker? You said you contacted the Seller's Broker. See if the Broker representing your buyer rights could speak with the other agency Broker. It would carry a bit more weight. From there, the Broker could help you with the complaint to the agency mentioned below.

These are desparate times for many and Ethics complaints have increased in comparison to past years.
Many are crossing lines.

If you are a first time home buyer, I understand your frustration since the date to qualify for the credit is April 30th and you do need to be in contract by that date.

Candace Lipira
Keller Williams Platinum Properties
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Mon Mar 1, 2010
Dawn Nostin answered:
Hi, there are 107 single family homes on the market, this does not include condos. Of the 107, 16 are under contract. there are 46 homes priced between 150-250K; 33 are in the 250-350 price range; 19 are in the 350 to 450K price range; and the last 7 are 350-600K. I hope this helps you. If you have any other questions, please let me know I am happy to talk to you about the market and trends. 860-202-6145 ... more
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Tue Nov 3, 2009
Betty Stroll answered:

A short sale affects your credit about 50 points VS a foreclosure affects it by 200 points.
I would highly recommend you contact an attorney who specializes in this area. there is a website you can look up attorneys to see if they meet the criteria .

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 203-682-4327
Betty @ William Raveis Real Estate email:
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