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Mon Aug 27, 2012
Dodie Butler answered:
Your question has come up on a Trulia board for Washington, D.C. You'll want to find out how that happened and switch to one in Washington State, I would guess. However, you should also check to see whether a question sent to Trulia will be viewed by any lawyers or real estate lawyers. Real estate agents won't be legally qualified to provide (But you might ask whether you, personally, could get 1/2 the money back -- under your reasoning, why would you both be absolved and the total amount returned to you?) ... more
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Sat Sep 8, 2012
William Panici answered:
Of course there are. The property is simply an investment property. I have refinanced investment properties of my own. There may be a slight rate increase, but for a single condominium, I would expect it to be minimal, say 1/8% higher. I am happy to send you my list of lenders. Please contact me at: billpanici@aol.com, or (202)277-4675.
Bill Panici
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Tue Aug 21, 2012
kbo1024 asked:
Interested in a vacant residential property in Michigan where the lender is Deutsche Bank Nat'l Trust. An affidavit of abandonment was recorded (Michigan) 3/5/12. What steps can ...
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Wed Aug 29, 2012
Connie Vanderpool answered:
no, it is a condo building. Would you like property that could be converted?
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Tue Aug 21, 2012
Don Tepper answered:
You're likely going to have to share an apartment or room with others. Even an efficiency condo is going to rent for a lot more than that. Also, though you prefer Northwest, you may have to broaden your search to the suburbs.

You'll also have a lot of competition. Among the schools in Northwest (as you know) are George Washington, Georgetown, American University, and others.

Be sure to check with your school's housing department. They may have listings or sharing arrangements that you won't find elsewhere (such as on Craigslist--be very careful of Craigslist).

Hope that helps.
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Mon Aug 20, 2012
Juliet Zucker answered:
Pretty flat between Cleveland Park metro station & 3883 Connecticut Ave (near Tilden). Connecticut Ave. north of Tilden has much more of an incline (between Tilden & Van Ness metro stop). Happy to answer any other questions you might have -- 202.491.5220 or Juliet@longandfoster.com! ... more
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
Sean Odeniran answered:
Hi Nicole,

I can help you right away. I know of several. Please call me at
(240) 949-2340
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Sat Sep 8, 2012
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
Ericka S. Black answered:
Hey 4ofusjs,

Perfect! Let's get started. I'm available to chat with you right now about the type of place you want, your neighborhood preference and the amount of rooms you need. Call me at (202) 670-6677. This will allow me to provide you with listings that fit your needs.

Talk to you soon,
Ericka
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Wed Aug 15, 2012
Jason Skipworth answered:
Hi Caroline,

I work in and live in Dupont Circle. I would be more than happy to talk with you and help you with the home buying process. Email me or call me at your convenience. Jason@dcliving.com, 202-302-4938. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you. ... more
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Ericka S. Black answered:
Hey Abi,

It's best to work directly with an agent to get accurate listing information. Here is a list of places that are available in NW. Let me know if you are interested in checking any of these places out. My number is (202) 670-6677.

Talk to you soon,
Ericka
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Sat Jul 21, 2012
Lise Howe answered:
The only property that comes close to meeting your description is a foreclosure in Foggy Bottom at 730 24th Street NW. It is described as a Spectacular Junior One Bedroom with Street-Facing Balcony on 5th Floor! A true gem of a Coop unit with brand new hardwood floors (forget old parquet floors or carpet) and an impressive full kitchen renovation that opens to the living space! Tons of storage, beautiful granite countertops, SS appliances including gas range, refrigerator with ice maker, and full-size dishwasher. Since it is a coop it is typically limited to owner occupants. There are no short sales or foreclosures in Logan Circle or Dupont.

Very often there are good deals which are not foreclosures, pre foreclosures or short sales, but are listed by motivated sellers at competitive prices. If you want to talk about looking for a good deal rather than just a foreclosure, pre foreclosure or short sale, I would love to explore the other possibilities on the market today. If you want to see the one on 24th I am delighted to show you that too. Good luck! Lise Howe
The Lise Howe Group
Keller Williams Metro Team Realty
240-401-5577
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Tue Mar 14, 2017
Vicky Busch answered:
You should contact an local agent in that area who can assist in making sure the seller's are on the up and up. Owner Financing is so common today and any agent in any area should be able to find you a property in no time that affordable and reasonsable terms. ... more
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Sat Jul 21, 2012
William Panici answered:
This home is still available for sale. It has been for a very long time. Clearly the price is not right. An insignificant price reduction was made sometime ago. If you wish to see this home, please contact me at: billpanici@aol.com, or (202)277-4675.
Bill Panici, Weichert, Realtors
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Wed Nov 14, 2012
Maria Hardy-Cooper answered:
My client is planning to rent his 4 bedroom house in Columbia Heights for Sept. 1st. FYI, in order for you to get the best help and info, you should try to provide more details regarding your rental search, such as neighborhood, price range, "must-haves," etc. ... more
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Tue Oct 15, 2013
Vanessa Vargas answered:
It is something that will assist when it comes to resale, specially if it's a place where there is not much yard space.
Vanessa Vargas
Keyes Real estate
561-444-9894
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
Juliet Zucker answered:
Give Jon Okun a call. He is a loan officer with Prosperity Mortgage, a joint venture of Long & Foster Real Estate and Wells Fargo -- I understand you had a deplorable experience with WF, but Jon provides exceptional service, explains all options and the process, and really stays on top of things to make sure there are no surprises. I used him for my own refi and have referred him to many clients who have been exceedingly pleased with his services.

Jon Okun
Jonathan.Okun@prosperitymortgage.com
office - 202-243-2931
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Boris Miric answered:
Chip program is a great program, you might want to connect with Wells Fargo loan officer.

There are other programs in PG CO that might also be availabel to you.

If you are looking in DC you might want to consider HPAP, Lola Pol (loans@lolapol.com) is a great loan officer to work with on eather.

Feel free to connect with us directly if you have any firther questions.

Best, Boris
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Thu Oct 3, 2013
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