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Mon Oct 14, 2013
Steven Sales answered:
Hello Allen,

I need more criteria to address this question correctly. Please email me at Stevencsales@Hotmail.com or call me at 702-845-5348.

Sincerely,
Steven Sales
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Fri Mar 28, 2014
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If you need a recomendation for a local real estate agent, please let me know.

Regards,
Rodney Mason, NMLS #151088
Sr Loan Officer
Prospect Mortgage
825 Juniper St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Office: (404) 591-2453
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Mon Dec 10, 2012
Steve Graul answered:
Hello,

All three states have great opportunities and all have their advantages and disadvantages. The most important factor is whether of not the investment makes sense to you, and as you mentioned it is all about the numbers.

Taxes and getting a TIN (Tax Identification Number) will be important roll as well when using the property as an investment. Here is a link to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) explaining that in greater detail: http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/international/article/0,,id=129631,00.html

If I can suggest you may want to find a realtor in each state and see what they can find for you as investments in those states and then determine if it makes sense to you, but please let the other agents know what you are looking to achieve because all agents work strictly on commission and it needs to be disclosed to them so they are aware of the situation.

I'm currently in central Florida and if you interested in looking for investment properties in the Orlando and surrounding areas I would be more than happy to help out in any way I can. I can also recommend other agents in those two states if you wish. I appreciate the opportunity and I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Steve Graul
+1 352-638-0530
Main Street Realty International
P.S. I provided my site for your reference below and if for some reason the site doesn't load the first time just hit refresh it could be a cookie issue, thank you!
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Thu May 31, 2012
Matthew J Rubin answered:
Sorry to hear all this has happened . I am not from Philadelphia so I am not to sure of the rent there, but $100.00 a month does not sound like it is posible. Maybe you can get a roommate or maybe you can rent out a room or two from someone. HOPE ALL WORKS OUT FOR YOU ... more
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Tue Nov 15, 2011
Melissa Hailey answered:
Dayton,
A good resource to check is "Get There First" at http://www.GTFRealty.com. Once you find a home that you like that's in their inventory, they will assist you with utilizing your Section 8 voucher. They have a comprehensive list of homes availble. Good luck!

Melissa Hailey
Coldwell Banker Jane Henry Realtors
North Texas Top Team Realtors
214-418-0180
Melissa.Hailey@ColdwellBanker.com
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Wed Oct 19, 2011
Andrea Wince ~ Lic. 01439761 answered:
Here on Trulia you will find a for rent section. You might also want to try Craigslist.
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Thu Sep 22, 2011
Bob Thomas answered:
One key factor is the Return on Investment (ROI). All good investors look at this along with Management fees, taxes, insurance vacancy rate, maintenance, repairs and reserves for major improvements. As with all good investments location is key, so do your research.

Remember if you are financing the investment and the single family home becomes vacant you have no money coming in. As with the 4-plex with one vacancy and you should still be able to have enough cash flow to cover most of your expenses.

If this is going to be a long term investment you might want to also look at what any future value may be realized. It’s good that the 4-plex is currently rented. $600-$800 is about right depending on condition. The same goes for the single family home. Remeber

You are on the right track just do a bit more homework.

All the best!
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Fri Dec 5, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
Ask your caseworker for a list of available rentals; check with local realty offices; check local print media for by owner rentals; word of mouth, etc.; also see links...
http://www.hud.gov/local/index.cfm?state=pa&topic=renting
http://www.gosection8.com/
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Sat Mar 31, 2012
Rosalinda inguanzo answered:
where is it located a and we need it yesterday we have the deposit and would like to see it so we can start the rent day on the first
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Sun Jul 3, 2016
Elizabeth Herbert answered:
Samantha, EVERY Landlord MUST take Section 8 housing, it's economic discrimination if they don't based on just that criteria.
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Sun Aug 11, 2013
Karen Paytas answered:
Hello!!

I would need additional information to let you know if there are any homes available in those communities that offer section 8. What are you looking for in a rental? How much do you want to spend monthly? Once I know these I can do a search for you and let you know what's available.

Thanks,

Karen Paytas, GRI, CMS
Realtor
Real Living Kee Realty
586-709-8465
kpaytas@mirealsource.com
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Tue Feb 14, 2017
Meg Sahdala answered:
Dear Chris,
I specialize in REO and short sales and I have a lot of clients searching in the same price range for investment purposes. Considering the price range your best option is Homestead (South Miami) where with a little hunting you can purchase 2-3 BR property for 40-45k. Additional expenses you have to consider are: association fee (anywhere between $150-300/monthly), taxes (anywhere between $800-2,500 yearly), and insurance. If you are a cash buyer it's almost a hassle free transaction. Please contact me for more details and I will be happy to assist you with your property search.
Meg Sahdala
Vivienda Miami Realty Group
305-877-2880
meg@viviendarealtors.com
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Sun Nov 12, 2017
Anna M Brocco answered:
You can ask your caseworker for a list of available rentals, check with local realty offices or work with an agent of your own, check local print media for by owner rentals, word of mouth, etc.
http://www.gosection8.com/
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Tue Mar 20, 2012
Yuri Barrera answered:
you can go to follow the link below to search what you are looking for this link gives you direct access to MLS listings: http://www.immobel.com/barreraRG/quickSearch.jsp?la=EN
or you can call or email my office for a list of what's available in those areas.


Thanks,
Yuri Barrera
Ultima Real Estate
972-897-6271
ybarrera@verizon.net
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Tue Oct 10, 2017
Robert Morestin answered:
You should send him in writing that you need 24 hours notice before having someone inter the property and he cannot do any painting, open house or any modification inside the unit until you vacate the property. ... more
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Sun May 26, 2013
Bela Vora answered:
Hello future buyer,


I admire your aggressive stand at agency commissions. However be careful what you are asking for. If an agent cannot defend and negotiate their own fees, how well are they going to negotiate for you?

Many many things can go wrong even after an agreement of sale has been accepted. (I just published an article on my blog that you may want to check out http://downingtownrealestate.blogspot.com/2011/06/top-10-deal-breakers-and-how-to-avoid.html) Just make sure you have an agent who is knowledgeable and ethical.

Good luck.
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
John Walin answered:
Vacant is not a defined MLS parameter, rent with option to buy is. If a home is vacant usually it is under foreclosure/short sale and bank wont go along with a more complex transaction. Plenty of rentals out there, not many incentives for a seller to lock in a price today because you have a credit problem with getting a mortgage now. ... more
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Thu May 2, 2013
Steve Sisman answered:
Good evening Paul, taxes will vary depending on location. The best information about potental tenants would be supplied by thenUpper Darby Township Code Enforcement Department. A multi-family usage of a single family residence could spell legal trouble for the owner. Best to confirm the township's opinion prior to purchasing a property. Steve ... more
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Sun Jun 5, 2011
Ron Thomas answered:
Section 8 is a government approved, subsidy, renters assistance program.
If you do not know this, then you are not approved for it.
Trulia does not rent houses or apartments; some are listed as an advertisement, much the same as a newspaper ad.
So, the answer is NO, Trulia does not accept Section 8.
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Wed Feb 1, 2017
Krystal Villarreal De'Newton answered:
I'd be happy to help. What area are you interested in? Please give me a call at 713.890.9108, thank you.
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