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Tue Jun 14, 2011
Countryrental asked:
Need ASAP. Looking specifically for rental but would be interested in rent to own. Columbus county, Brunswick or Horry county.
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Tue Jun 14, 2011
Billie Atkinson answered:
Hello,

If you would email me, I will send you the sold MLS listings.

Billie
batkinson@npdodge.com
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Tue Jun 14, 2011
Shootingstar_1022 asked:
i need help to find me a place. cause this one bedroom isnt big enough for all of us. i going insane here. i do have my applaction turned in for metropltion and they told me it would be...
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Tue Jun 14, 2011
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Mon May 16, 2011
Ryan Smith answered:
Click on the find a pro button up at the top and find an agent in the area you are looking. I'm sure someone would be happy to help you!

Good Luck!
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Thu Apr 28, 2011
Heather Kight answered:
Foreclosure listings that are listed in a city's Multiple Listing Service are ready for an offer! You should contact a Beaumont area Realtor so that your interests will be represented in the transaction. The Realtor will help you determine an offer price, discuss the foreclosure process and can advise you through the transaction. ... more
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Tue Apr 12, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
It depends on what you have to do with the sale. If you were the seller and knew you had a problem and did not disclose it, you could be responsible even if it was sold as is, they would have ti prove what you knew, when you knew it and if you hid the fact from the buyer.

If you are buying the home that this person bought as a short sale, as a buyer you want to negotiate what teh seller should do or not do by how much you are willing to pay.

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http://www.trulia.com/blog/scott_godzyk/2010/10/so_you_want_to_buy_a_shortsale_advice_and_tips_you_need_to_be_successful

please read the above blog for tips on buying a short sale
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Mon Mar 28, 2011
Dan Tabit answered:
Pa,
I'm sorry for your situation. Have you investigated all of your options beside foreclosure? Some include doing a short sale, bankruptcy and deed in lieu of foreclosure. If you do a short sale or declare bankruptcy your mom may get to stay in the house a while longer, check with an attorney.
Because so many people are going through this, you may find renting isn't as tough as you think. Each landlord will set the terms they are willing to accept regarding credit, but many are accepting people with foreclosures.
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Wed Mar 23, 2011
Sally Grenier answered:
First, you need to hire a Realtor to work for you as a Buyer's Agent. He/she can find foreclosed homes listed in the MLS, research prices, take you out to look at them, write a competitive offer, assist with inspection & appraisal issues, etc. Not sure what the market is like in your area, but foreclosures go pretty quickly here in Colorado. Eventhough a listing may be "active" in the MLS there are usually offers on it already. That's why it's crucial to have an agent working for you. Good luck! ... more
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Fri Mar 11, 2011
Krissy asked:
we just moved to tennesse,sevier county from alabama and were looking for a 3 bdroom 1bath is okay. rent reasonable. have 3 yr. old vey well mannered and in need of good size back yard ...
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Fri Mar 11, 2011
Bruce Lynn answered:
You need to seek legal council. I'm guessing probate attorney.
Maybe a board certified real estate attorney.
Chance are someone can file a lis pendis.
I lost you some where in the transfer process, but the child or some relative may have some interest in the property as well.

My thought is why does it matter to you? If you don't own or have an interest in the property than who cares. It's like asking me if I care if you file a lis pendis on my neighbors property next door. What difference does it make to me?
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Tue Mar 8, 2011
Jane Grant answered:
Dana: You should speak to the managing Broker of the agency you used. The managing broker is responsible for every agents that is licensed with that agency and manages all of their transactions.
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Mon Mar 7, 2011
Charise Mitchell answered:
Hi Jack,

I think that the first course of action is to determine the cities that are of interest to you. Do you want to be in Southern California, or another state? Once an agent knows where you want to land, we can further refine your search. Other important criteria would include your price range, the bed and bath count, and any other amenities you might require.
I can offer you my help within California, if so desired. There is also a possibility that many more listings will become available as the summer closes down.

Regards,

Charise Mitchell
818-269-1966

Charise@ChariseMitchell.com
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Tue Feb 15, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
It will depend on what sort of contract you signed with them, in teh majority of rentals teh seller pays the listing agent, but in some areas it is the buyer who pays the agent. You should simply ask the agent how it works in your area. As witha ny contract it is negotiable and you may try and negotiate the bets terms for you where you are not paying anyone as the tenant. ... more
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Mon Feb 14, 2011
Chris Y asked:
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Mon Feb 14, 2011
Dan Tabit answered:
Andres,
Renting is much more open to credit issues than buying. Each landlord gets to decide what risk they will take. Some may exclude you outright if your credit is too rough. Others may be willing to hear about your situation and take events beyond your control into consideration. Another possibility is that some may request either higher rent or deposit due to your credit, but will still rent to you.
It will depend on each landlord to decide what they are willing to accept.
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