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Fri Apr 5, 2013
Vangie Pappas answered:
Sorry Jill, I do not.

Vangie Pappas
Pappas Realty & Management Co.
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Gil Faust answered:
It would be very difficult to complete the mortgage process from beginning to end in 14 days. To best prepare yourself for a quick close, you should get completely pre approved, subject to the property and appraisal, before making offers. If you are ready and willing, we can provide a 21 day close guaranty certificate that you can submit with your offers. ... more
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Robin Lorentz answered:
The Bank who has taken possession of the property has to honor your lease that is in effect until the end of the lease date. They will hire an Assest Management company or Broker to manage the property and collect the rent until the said lease has reached its end date. They may contact you and also offer you what is typically called "cash for key's" to evacuate the property sooner, but you do as a renter with an enforceable lease have the right to stay into the property. ... more
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Ray Akers answered:
Late fees should be clearly spelled out in your lease agreement. I'm not sure there is any 'normal' fee. I would expect a late charge to be in the range of 5%, but that's just a guess. If you're having concerns about your rental agreement, or problems with your landlord try contacting the Seattle Tenant's Union. It's a non-profit agency that assists tenants. Good luck. ... more
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Vickie Bruni answered:

water, security, roof reserve, paint reserve, building insurance, swimming pools, fitness center, tennis, pickle ball, bus service, basic cable TV, landscaping, pest control
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Fri Apr 5, 2013
Claire-Anne Aikman answered:
Not at all. Contact a local agent or property management company to see what rental options they have.
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Fri Apr 5, 2013
Kathy Adkins answered:
Some questions you may want to consider before deciding are:

How long will you be in Singapore?
How much notice will you be able to give tenants when you need to return?
Will you be using a relocation company?

A good property management company should take care of most of the issues of renting and you should find out up front what services they provide and the cost.

Whatever you decide I would be happy to help you with that, whether it be referring some property management companies or listing your home for sale.
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Hector Gastelum answered:
hI Sarah,
The ones that will get you pre-approved are the lenders, please contact my preferred lender Brian Brady first (858) 777-9751

Are you looking to buy what they call mixed use property?
Store front on the bottom & home on top

Hector R. Gastelum
Realty Executives Dillon
REALTOR #01382940
efax 619-270-2516
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Betty Zane answered:
We are in escrow but accepting back up offers until all contingencies are removed.
Thank you for your interest ~ Betty
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Thu Jul 18, 2013
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Dora Beck answered:
Hi Candice,

The property is a short sale listing in a 55+ community and it's currently active. I spoke with the listing agent and the following services are included in the HOA: Clubhouse Paid, Outdoor Cooking Area, Golf, Gym/Ex Room, Tennis, Onsite Property Management. The HOA fee is $217.00 a month.

From my conversation with the listing agent, there is a dog area. Do you have a particular breed or certain amount that you are asking about? I can place a call out to the HOA community to find out, if you are interested in proceeding. Give me a call at: 951.675.8734

I hope this is helpful.

Good luck!
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Thu Jul 25, 2013
Daniel Di Matteo answered:
I'd be more than happy to help.

Daniel Di Matteo
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Thu Dec 12, 2013
Patrick Campbell answered:
Hi Laverne. The answer is Yes. I represent landlords like yourself for short term rentals. I would be happy to discuss it with you. Please call me at 347-984-0416. I look forward to speaking with you. ... more
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Tony McMahon answered:
Very good question Michael, here is a link to a great local lender who can help you with your questions give him a ring or shoot him an email. ... more
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
Not really. Banks will not talk to individual buyers. The best thing you can do for yourself is to work with a licensed real estate agent or broker who is intimately familiar with the process. ... more
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Marge Bennett answered:
property tax is based on value. Condo and HOA fees are based on a budget that includes the maintenance of the common grounds, management, utilities and insurance of what the condo assoc or HOA owns and the other items they pay for, such as water, cable, etc. The other items vary per association. So figure the cost you would incur for these items and compare it to what they are charging to see if that community works for you.
That is a gorgeous property.
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Fri Sep 27, 2013
Juliana Lee answered:
Your question showed up under zip 95133 which is San Jose, California. I don't know Michigan law or practices but my advice would be do not pay rent to the Property Management company. Use the letter you received to get hold of the county and ask what they want you to do.

There is a possibility that the county could ask you for rent from the point they notified you that they were the owner. Paying money to the property management company could amount to throwing your money away and still needing to pay rent to the county. Also unfortunately you probably have lost your cleaning deposit. If your city or county has rent mediation set up, try and talk to someone to try and get your cleaning deposit back.

Juliana Lee
Top 2 agent nationwide at Keller Williams Realty

Over 30 years experience
Over 1,000 homes sold in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties
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Thu Apr 2, 2015
stephen webber answered:
Depends on how well it has been maintained. Many many good solid houses over 50 years old. Just be sure to have your purchase inspected.
If you where to decide on and establish a geographical area you prefer to live in and establish a price range than see every property for sale in that area and price range you would become a very savvy home owner. Its not that difficlut of an undertaking. In my real estate years I walked hundreds and hundreds of people through the process and they were always happy with the results. There are a series for articles at that outline the process for you. You will also find articles on home inspection.
My advice has always been; gather information, gather information and...
Than after yu gather up all your information you will find loan officers and real estate agents on Trulia offering their services. Good source.
Best of Luck, Stephen
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Fri Apr 5, 2013
Maria & Sergio Ferreira answered:
My son also goes to FAU. It is a great school. I will be happy to help you finding a rental.

Maria Ferreira-Distinct Estates, LLC.
FL Realtor® - Cell 561 287-1550 - Direct 561 487-5513 - Fax 1-888-789-1566
My Bio & Testimonials Check out what my clients are saying....
South Palm Beach County and North Broward...
It is all about attitude. "Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it... We are in charge of our attitudes" (C. Swindol)
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Tue Apr 2, 2013
Gabriel Nguyen answered:
Hi Dominique,

Best bet is to check on Craigslist or You can also place an ad on CL if you like and hopefully homeowners may contact you. Just be careful when dealing on internet to avoid scammers.

Take care.
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