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Tue Jun 4, 2013
Brian Wilson answered:
It would be what is offered in the MLS.
What you do with that after your broker fees is up to you.

Good luck with your search,

Brian Wilson, Realtor
DRE# 01321478
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Thu Apr 11, 2013
Josh Beach answered:
Hello,

Here's a link to the section of Trulia that allows you to research schools and crime in Fairfax. If you decide you would like to buy a home feel free to contact me to get pre-qualified for your purchase.

-Josh
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Sat Apr 20, 2013
Michael Cheng answered:
For a foreclosure, you'll have to pull up county records and check with the foreclosing bank to see the current state of the process. Usually, that's all you can do since these properties are not yet for sale.

For a pre-foreclosure, you can approach the owner of the property and offer to pay off their debts in exchange for the property. However, the debts are usually in excess of the current market value of the property.
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Sun Jul 28, 2013
Brown Properties answered:
I have a home listed that will allow for a 3-6 month lease with the option to renew if needed. The home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths a large, fenced back yard and more. $900/month and is furnished. Check out the listing on truila 114 Meadow Trail Jacksonville, NC 28540 or check out my website under the listings page at www.bpofnc.com Please do not hesitate to let me know if I can set up a showing or be of assistance in any way! Shawn Brown Broker/REALTOR 910-915-9326 Brown Properties ... more
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Sun Jun 9, 2013
Joyce Dorval answered:
Yes there is, although limited near Campus as those properties sell quickly. It also depends on the price you are looking to pay. There are several places such as town homes and condos that may work. One important thing is if student are not bringing a car that you select a place on a bus route to campus.
Good luck in your search and if I can assist you, let me know.
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Fri Apr 12, 2013
William Fister answered:
Debra,
What date would you like to move in, and for how long of a lease? How many bedrooms and baths are you seeking?
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Tue Jul 21, 2015
danica Fogarty answered:
That's great! There's nothing like homeownership. First step you should take is finding a lender you like who can find out exactly what $ amount you and your wife qualify for a home. If you would like me to send a list of excellent lenders that I have worked with and recommend, please let me know. My email is danica764@gmail.com. ... more
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Tue Jul 9, 2013
Michael Avila answered:
I am very familiar with gables, downtown and Miami beach rentals you can contact me at
786-389-7759 to go over some details.
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Wed Nov 27, 2013
Josh Greenwald answered:
There is a lot out there, but why rent per se, when buying could save you money on monthly payments and mortgage could be less than rent, for a better deal of a house? Write me at joshg@alumni.brown.edu. Would love to talk with you. Best, J ... more
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Tue Jul 21, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Paula,
Have you met with a lender and qualified for USDA? There are location and income limitations for this program. Your first step is to make sure you earn enough, but not too much to qualify. Then learn the areas where the program is available. Finally, a great local agent can set up a search and help you find the perfect home that meets the program guidelines as well as most of your wish list.
The pro's of USDA is no down payment. The con's are qualifying, liking the locations where the homes are and potentially waiting longer for a closing than with other loan products.
Make sure your lender not only has USDA available, but closes them on a frequent basis.
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Fri May 10, 2013
Brian Luck answered:
I agree with Michelle; Van Mamula at Beka Management has worked out well for my customers and clients...
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Mon May 6, 2013
Susan J Penn, PA,SFR,CDPE answered:
Plantation Florida was mainly built in the 1970's and 1980's. Hawks Landing is one of the new home communities although the homes are from the $600,000's to the millions. Artesia is a newer town home/ condo community close to Plantation where prices are in the high $200,000's to the $300,000.00's. You may need to select a few cities to meet your request.

You are able to find a condo/townhome although the year will more than likely be older than 6 to 7 years old.

Susan Penn, PA, SFR, CDPE http://about.me/HomesForSale_SusanJPennPA
EWM Realtors® | A HomeServices of America Company | An Affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway
2000 Main Street, Suite 103 | Weston, FL 33326
T: 954.306.7337 | C: 954.557.5993 | F: 954.515.0200 | penn.s@ewm.com | www.ewm.com
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Sat Feb 21, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Derek,
Start by getting your VA loan approved. Meet with a lender soon and make sure there are no surprises on your credit report. The sooner you do, the more time you have to resolve them and meet your time frame.
The lender may recommend a great Realtor for you who works well with first time buyers. Any agent can, but some are much more patient and do a better job of teaching first timers all they have to learn.
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Thu Mar 12, 2015
Anna M Brocco answered:
Contact a few local agents from different realty companies and ask for a cma, comparative market analysis; review the data, ask opinions and go from there; generally cma's are provided free of charge, or consider hiring a professional appraiser... ... more
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Sat Apr 6, 2013
Danielle Sharp answered:
The short sale lender will require that the property be listed (and for reasonable market value). Who will negotiate the short sale?
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Fri Sep 27, 2013
Chris Gorno answered:
Hello ~

I may know of a great house in Carlsbad that might be available for 3 months. What is your desired move-in date and budget? Feel free to contact me for more info, this is a "Great Location"

Welocme! You may not want to leave after 3 months...FYI :-)

Chris Gorno
DRE # 01499885
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
Abby McClain answered:
I'll be happy to send you what I can find. I need to know your price range for rental, and then can send you any listings.

Let me know when you will be down visiting Orlando, and I can set up any showings of the listings you find that would be acceptable.

Also, are you looking for a single family home, townhome or condo?

Feel free to email me at averbatim@aol.com or call my cell at 407-310-8628.

Have a great weekend!
Abby McClain
Weichert, Realtors-Hallmark Properties
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
Hugo & Andreana Sanchez answered:
Hi Alex,
How long of a lease are you looking for?
Do you Have to have 13x10 on one of the rooms?

I have some rentals in Chula Vista in 91910, 91911 and 91915
You can check them out in our Site at http://www.sandiegohouseshop.com ... more
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Sat Apr 6, 2013
Alecia Cramer answered:
Desiree,

I have a condo for sale or rent in Tulsa. It is vacant, so the time frame would work well. It only has one large bedroom, but it could probably be divided into two smaller bedrooms. The bathroom is huge, and it has several closets in the master suite, including a large walk-in. Washer and dryer is included, and it has a small patio area off of the living room with a privacy fence. In addition, it is in a gated, secure small community. Let me know if you would be interested in seeing it.

Thanks,
Alecia Cramer
Coldwell Banker Select
918-607-4742
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
Not being a fan of HOAs; this easy for me:
Communities with HOAs are not good prospects for Rental property.
They often have restrictions on the number of Rentals, if any, allowed.
You cannot have sufficient control over your Renters with regard to following the HOAs rules and regulations; such as parking, maintenance and parties.
You cannot rely on the HOA to maintain set fees; they have a habit of raising fees, just when you think you have gotten into the "black" on expenses.
The Condo/Townhouse will be more difficult to sell, should you decide to, do to a tenant and the HOA.

Think in terms of a SFR. Listen to your Realtor.
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