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Thu Feb 11, 2016
Christine answered:
Hi Dana,

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Sat Jan 16, 2016
Ardhm55 asked:
I was suppose to receive information to cancel the monthly fee if I did not want to continue with the monthly program. I did not receive any information to cancel. As of this morning (1-16-16)…
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Sat Jul 28, 2012
Lee Taylor answered:
How safe is it?

How many trees are on the property, and are any about to fall on the house?

Based on that stretch of East Confederate, well since it is a 35 mph street and some playaz take it to the next level, a drunk driver could skid off the road and plow into the house at very high speed...maybe...

I don't know about lightning frequency around those parts, but the likelihood of Intown tornadoes on our megalopolitan, urban heat island is indeed increasing.

Coyotes are surfacing in packs all over Intown Atlanta and since East Confederate has plenty of creeks nearby, well certainly the area could be considered unsafe for bunny rabbits, cats and small children...

Oh, was your question about crime? Check the web reference - the Trulia crime heat map for Atlanta is a zip by zip super detailed data aggregator - check it's really cool graphically.

Bus transit is nearby because of the government employment on that street. MARTA trains are miles and miles away...
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Wed Dec 3, 2008
Solomon Greene answered:

Congratulations on your decision to buy a home. There are several Woodland Hills communities in the MLS system across the State of Georgia where your post appeared. However, no cities appeared with that name. If you are looking in Georgia, please give some thought to the many down payment assistance programs available to military and ex military firs time home buyers. The credit score you provided should be more than enough to qualify for some of those programs and you'll be surprised to hear how little will be required to close on the property. Please read over the blog at the link below and take a look at the fliers to the left.

Good luck in your home search and please call should there be any questions.

Solomon Greene
REALTOR® / Consultant - Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partner
(678) 775-2677
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Thu Jul 31, 2008
Pamelajain answered:
In January 2009, the minimum down payment for an FHA mortgage was changed from 3 percent to 3.5 percent. In early 2010, an added level of down payment requirement was established for prospective buyers with low credit scores. An FHA mortgage for a borrower with a credit score of less than 580 requires a 10 percent down payment.

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Fri May 23, 2008
Pamela Holmes answered:
No, but I have associates in my network that are. I would be happy to refer you.
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Thu May 8, 2008
Michael Rand answered:
Dear Eric,
Based on my past 23 years of experience, I believe the Oak Park area will hold more value over the next 5 years. The schools are much better in that area than LAUSD. In addition that area is a lot newer with nicer ameneties. The other areas of Woodland Hills and Tarzana are still very good areas and most likely you would get more for your money in those areas opposed to Oak Park. In regard to whether you are looking too early, I believe that it is not too early to buy. In fact, there are some great buys out there right now. If your long-term goals are to hold and sell much later, then it's a great time to buy. If you plan on flipping it in the next several years, then I would not buy right now. I hope this answers all of your questions.

Thank you!

Michael Rand
RE/MAX Lifestyles
West Hills, CA
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Fri Jan 25, 2008
Eric asked:
Looking for Condo/Townhouse in Agoura/Woodland Hills/Tarzana
Which one of these area's will hold its value more? We are shopping for a 2bd 2bath condo in Agoua Hills, Oak Park,Woodland…
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