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Sat Apr 30, 2011
Timothy Woody-Lepre answered:
It really depends on which part of the city you are looking to invest in. Throughout the city is a fair share of revitalization.
Please let me know how I might be able to assist
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Thu Apr 28, 2011
Sam asked:
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Mon Dec 12, 2011
Ingrid Ski Realtor answered:
You can change to another host. I've done it. Just ask the host if they built it it's yours Ben I you in the future change to another host. Always good o ask and know there policy. Ingrid ski realtor. ... more
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Thu Jan 16, 2014
Eric Israel answered:
Blue host is good and we can build your site:
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Tue May 24, 2011
Dan Phipps answered:
Hi Janus,

As I'm sure you know, the monthly cost will depend on a lot of factors like the size of the pool, the type of pump, the cost of water and electricity in your area, and whether or not you'll be heating the pool during winter. to get an accurate estimate, you would have to have all that information and give it to a pool professional.

With that said... It looks like the most common cost of pool maintenance is around $75 to $100 per month. This is if you do the maintenance yourself. If you choose to have a professional service do it, then you can probably expect the monthly cost to be closer to $200 or more.

Now keep in mind that I'm not a pool expert, so my numbers could potentially be completely off. My answer is based upon the information I got elsewhere on the internet. Here are some of the sources so you can see for yourself:

There are ways that you can save money on pool costs as well. One way is to make sure you have a variable speed pump. This type of pump can save you quite a bit every month on electric bills. Another is using a pool cover to keep the pool cleaner, warmer, and reduce evaporation.

I also found this website that spells out ways to reduce your monthly chemical costs. It's called the BBB method -- for bleach, baking soda, and borax as the chemicals to use instead of costly pool chemicals. They explain it better than I ever could so here it is:

I hope this information was helpful
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Fri May 6, 2011
Ryan Smith answered:
Mortgage calculator is a life saver out in the field, I also use a couple of the free calendars to schedule all my appointments. Hope you got the Epic 4g, it is an awesome phone!

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Fri Jun 24, 2011
Phil Rotondo answered:
If your MLS does not interface to facebook how about cut and paste??
Or even better why not just talk about it. It will probably come across better than just listing it on facebook.
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Tue Mar 29, 2011
Scott Butcher answered: is the Dallas County Appraisal District. They have everything you need to know about real estate taxes from tax rates to the tax calendar and the assessed value for every property located in Dallas County. ... more
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Tue Aug 16, 2011
Chris Adams answered:
The two best platforms to syndicate your blog content to other websites: and - both allow you to post something in 1 place and have to syndicated to a wide variety of blogs and social networks. ... more
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Wed Mar 16, 2011
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Fri Mar 18, 2011
Derek Bauer answered:
Jeff - if you are using the ShowingDesk / ShowingTime product through Realcomp, you can customize it on the backend. I use a different product that I pay for, which is more robust. Your front desk should certainly be able to help you with ShowingDesk. ... more
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Mon Feb 28, 2011
Dan Tabit answered:
Codes vary, but generally you need to bolt it to the concrete floor in the garage in front of the water heater and where the car may impact it. You may want to talk to a local code enforcement person for the exact specs. I've attached a link to a Blog a Seattle Inspector wrote on the subject, including some pictures. I hope this helps. ... more
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Tue Mar 1, 2011
Zaza Pasori answered:
You may go to your Jurisdiction`s tax assessor web site and get your home`s tax record information.

Good Luck
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Tue Mar 1, 2011
Zaza Pasori answered:
The best way to find out is to contact your neighborhood specialist.
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Thu Feb 17, 2011
Rita Watson asked:
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Thu Feb 17, 2011
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Mon Feb 7, 2011
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Sat Feb 5, 2011
Nick Seevers answered:
It depends on the HOA. Some will cover maintenance of the house and yard. Some will cover just the community area.

Nick Seevers
Century 21 All Professional
(916) 715-8417
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Tue Feb 1, 2011
Tim Moore answered:
I posted the same question last month. I used it for 2 years, about a year ago, and was very disappointed with the results. When I posted the question here about it I got some disappointing answers so I'll be curious to see what you find. It really makes me mad that prices their service on the number of listings you have. I get a lot of listings but that does not mean all will sell, but does not care about that at all, only the number listed. One agent in the office paid $600 because she had many listings, 2 years ago, but only 2 sold making the service very very expensive with little return to show for it. My suggestion is to say NO to them when they call, and they will call and call and call you. ... more
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