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Fri Dec 13, 2013
Gary H answered:
If staying in a property for approximately 3 night’s is possible, the two areas that we are interested in, are either Lake Nona or Dr Phillips. Could you please let me know if you have any accommodation available. ... more
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
Victoria Romeo answered:
Hi Sheila,

There are many rentals that match your description available in Saratoga. Why don't you call or email me andlet me know your price range and I'd be happy to set you up with a direct link to the MLS and show you any properties you're interested in. I work everyday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

~Tori Romeo
tori@blisspropertiesofny.com
518-788-8865
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Sat Nov 2, 2013
Robin Grant answered:
Hi there!--Email me directly at RGrant@hklane.com and I will email you all of the leases in NLQ under $1300.00 Thanks! Robin
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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Susan Hofflander answered:
Hi, Nubrandon!
I just had a situation like this with clients who purchased a foreclosed property. No past due association fees were disclosed to us, even though we submitted the proper forms.

Since this was a foreclosure and it was a FNMA loan, the bank's practice was NOT to pay those fees. That is fairly common, that the banks do not pay the fees in arrears, though I'm sure there are exceptions.

So, generally, with the knowledge that there are past due fees in the amount of $5K, the bank would generally price the property accordingly to make up for the fact that the buyer is going to have to take that on when they close. I don't know if you got a great deal on the place or not, but that may be what the "compensation" is for having to shoulder the fees.

BUT, you're right, I will suggest you consult an attorney since there are other, more dire legal issues at play in this instance.

Good luck!
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Fri Apr 12, 2013
Deepak Chauhan answered:
Deepak Chauhan, Agent, Irvine, CA
In short ... the best place for RE investments between LA to OC is near the higher education institutes like UCI, CSU. You can almost always get good quality and steady supply of tenants. If they are teachers they are well behaved and responsible. If you rent to students, the rent is paid by their "PARENTS" in most cases, so less possibility of conflicts. Once in a while they a party ... join them :)

All the best, here is my contact information I will be glad to work with you.

Deepak Chauhan
Realty ONE Group Irvine
Cell: 949 748-9834
deepak@housesinsocal.com
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Sun Jan 26, 2014
Kate Paris answered:
Hi,

I can help you with the purchase of your second home. Give me a call or send me an email with your desired location, home size and time frame.

407-230-7807 or RealtorKateFL@gmail.com

Kate Paris, Realtor
Charles Rutenberg Realty
1900 Summit Tower Blvd.
Suite 220
Orlando, FL 32810
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Thu Apr 18, 2013
Elizabeth Morgan answered:
Hi Vikes, Please email me so I can send you listing reports.
Elizabeth@fathomrealty.com
www.elizabeth.fathomdallas.com
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Kevin Cloutier answered:
Hi Sjea

You should interview several agents first and pick the one you feel the most comfortable with. Then you should get pre-approved and share your Realtor's info with your lender because they need to be able to communicate with each other to maximize the services each bring you.
The lender will tell you and your Realtor your financing limit and actually provide each of you a letter indicating so.
Then tell your agent all your needs and all your wishes and let them search potential matches for you.
From there you will have your agent set up showings of the properties you are interested in.
It should be an enjoyable experience, so do the first thing right and be very picky who you select as your agent, that's the key.

Good Luck

Kevin Cloutier, Realtor
A HouseSOLD Name
Southern Premier Realty
239-246-6639
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Mon Jan 9, 2017
Tim Burroughs answered:
I'm not sure which subdivision you are referring to. If you could could clarify, I can answer your question better. Some subdivisions have annual rates, like the one I live in which charges $407 per year. In our case they cover the irrigation water. We have large amounts of common area to be mowed, watered and trimmed.

Other subdivision charge monthly, but they cover exterior maintenance of the home and yards.

HOA fees can be a good thing, if there is coverage for items to make the subdivision more desirable, thereby increasing the likelihood of the sale of your home in the future probable.

Some subdivisions also have community swimming pools.
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Sat May 18, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
You can check with management for the building's financials....do you have an accepted offer...
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Sat May 18, 2013
Javier Meneses answered:
The best way is to ask the Realtor who is helping you search for co-ops. Co-ops do not require you to pay taxes, just monthly maintenance. The monthly insurance you'll find from an insurance agency, but it's similar to the cost of tenant insurance.

If my response was helpful, consider clicking BEST ANSWER!

Javier Meneses
Senior Loan Officer
NMLS #23130
STERLING NATIONAL BANK
310 Crossways Park Drive
Woodbury, NY 11797
jmeneses@snb.com
(516) 606-9648
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Neil Fjellestad answered:
You need FBS. Rentals are what we do. Rentals are all we do. Rentals are who we are in San Diego for more than 4 decades. We currently operate rental properties in 69 zip codes throughout the region. We have become the best center for resources essential to renters by choice as well as independent rental owners. We bring industry Best Practices to both. I appreciate the nearly 10,000 Trulia visitors that keep up with my profile as well as the 50,000 that follow Neil Fjellestad's blog. However, my perspective is only one thing that makes FBS the industry leader it is. Our unsurpassed team, our systematic approach to leasing & rendering service to our renters, our daily incorporating technologies that others are just talking about are all reasons for our leadership. But our leadership only matters when it matters to you. First, visit our website http://www.fbs-pm.com then contact our San Diego Metro Office. Start by speaking with Melissa. She'll direct you from there. Your requirement for no carpet throughout could be tough to accomodate. Be prepared as to what other requirements you could compromise. If you get involved with a rental that is planning a flooring improvement but the work hasn't been accomplished yet maybe you can negotiate something. The problem of course is that quality rentals within the 92106 and 92107 neighborhoods are in short supply and there is high demand. If you branch out to 92108 you will be within a 10 mile radius of Point Loma but have twice the selection. Let me know how you make out. Neil ... more
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Sue Vaterlaus answered:
The problem is there are almost no available rentals at this time. There are so many people who want to rent that the owners can be picky about who rents their homes. I personally am pet friendly in my own rental. What you find with pet owners is that they usually stay in the house longer because it is so hard to find rentals that take pets. I have encourage many of my property management owners to put pergo instead of carpets and rent to pet owners. Some have doen it, some will not. Good luck in your search, we have no rentals in Pacifica in our office at this time. ... more
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Thu Jul 25, 2013
Sinead McAllister answered:
Hi Emiley,
I can refer an excellent lender to you. Message me directly and I will email you her contact info.

Thanks!
Sinead McAllister-Clifford
Real Estate Broker/ Realtor®


McAllister Homes Real Estate
Residential Sales & Property Management
www.McAllisterHomes.com
License 01366009
858-205-5215 CELL
brokermcallister@gmail.com EMAIL
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Keith Jean-Pierre answered:
If there was an agreement signed, stating that you would pay the $1000 credit and you did not pay it, you would still be liable for it. You can argue with the attorney or title company that did the closing statement but I have a feeling this will be a point of the finger game. Good luck! ... more
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Wed Jun 12, 2013
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You should definitely run a background check. Having to evict a bad tenant can cost you a lot in terms of legal costs and starting the tenant search over again while your property sits vacant.

In terms of renting it out, there are a number of strategies - put a sign in the yard, put ads out (craigslist maybe), contact a company that specializes in matching renters with tenants or even a realtor.

Best of luck to you and hope this helps!
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Thu Jan 9, 2014
Allison Dickson answered:
Hi Steph~. You're a bit early in asking for an August 1st rental. Most landlords ask for 30-60 days' notice so they wouldn't be advertising for a tenant yet.

Two local websites/forums that you can look for rentals: www.pinecam.com and www.285bound.com. Both of those sites have real estate forums that would have local, Evergreen rentals on them.

I can also give you the names of a few property management companies if you'd like. Call or email me.

Allison Dickson
Keller Williams Foothills Realty
(720)466-3555
Allison@foothillsbroker.com
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Kevin Cloutier answered:
Brittney,

Maybe you need to understand we are busy. Its not a lack of patience, but finding you what you want if your looking means acting on your part when its found.

Based upon your grammar above, I am not sure..... ... more
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Myra Gouger answered:
Good luck finding it. Most of us have been looking for this type of home for clients for a long time. The competition is fierce for homes in this price range. You will have to go $10,00 or so over the list price to get the home. BTW: you will be competing with about 15 other people who will also be paying cash. ... more
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