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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Brian Wilder answered:
Hi Kaye,

What I can tell by the disclosure it is not being sold furnished. Wether they would sell it with the furnishings would have to go through the listing agent to find out. If you are currently working with an agent I would have them contact the listing agent to answer that question. ... more
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Sun Jan 6, 2013
Laura Feghali answered:
Hello Glormar,
You can find out which bank owns the property by contacting the local tax assessor's office as they will have it on record. However; I can tell you that the bank will not speak to you about the property and will refer you to the listing agent representing the property.

Good luck to you!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Sat Jul 7, 2012
Joe Folsom answered:
Assessments should reflect the value of the property only and (other than they homestead exemption) not be effected by the property being a primary or second home. Have you made improvements to the home? Were there other homes in the area recently built that may improved the value? We would be happy to do a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) for you to see if the assessment could be a mistake. Just shoot me the address here or by personal email and I will look it up for you.

Joe Folsom
Modern Rustic Homes
Info@ModernRusticHomes.com
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Thu Jun 28, 2012
Hank Miller answered:
Get an appraisal - it's an independent opinion of value and will look at it as any lender will. This isn't something that's "cookie cutter" and an agent may be either unskilled at estimating value or overly optimistic in an effort to gain your business....

Hank
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Thu Apr 26, 2012
Lee Taylor answered:
Isn't that something having to do with genetic ontology?
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Sun May 6, 2012
Jim McCowan answered:
Around here, a buyer can cancel an agreement simply by putting it in writing. I'd send a copy to her broker, as well.
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Thu Feb 16, 2012
Bo Grimes answered:
Being a TIC and you say they are selling 100% it appears as though both parties are selling all their collective interests. Much like if you and your brother or sister bought an investment piece together as TIC and then you both decided to sell the property. ... more
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Thu Feb 16, 2012
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
I am not an attorney and Tenants in Common is a legal term, so check all this with an attorney, but I believe it is used to describe the relationship between a husband and wife. In common law a husband and wife are considered 'one person'. It describes the way the couple 'take' the home, as tenants in common or as one person both with equal and 100% ownership rights. So, technically, they BOTH own 100% of the property unless the marriage dissolves or one of them passes on. If one of them DOES pass on, there is no issue as to inheritance or inheritance tax for the surviving spouse because, technically, they still enjoy 100% ownership. And I believe this only applies to married couples, but again, check with an attorney. ... more
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Fri Feb 17, 2012
My NC Homes Team answered:
TLC stands for Tender Loving Care
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Mon Feb 6, 2012
Judy Aselton answered:
In a market like we are experiencing, it is hard to say why a property sells at such a difference in price. However, we still live in a free society and the owner has the right to accept or deny any offer made. Their may be extenuating circumstances regarding the owners that we do not have knowledge of and the sale was made at a reduced price to satisfy the need of that circumstance. Realtors are professionals and are not always at liberty to discuss their clients' decisions, but I guess the only ones who can answer your question would be the people involved in the transaction. ... more
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Sun Jan 15, 2012
Michael Hammond answered:
Please consider contacting one of the lenders below, Jorgen, for loan options with your situation. If you have any questions for me on housing, please call, email or text and I will be glad to share my thoughts with you. Good Luck!

Michael Hammond
SellsRealty@gmail.com
404-538-5499

http://www.georgiamls.com/agentsite/index.cfm?SiteID=HAMMONDJOHNM

http://www.chapmanhallprofessionals.com


Chuck Ewing
Senior Mortgage Banker Fidelity Bank
Cell: 770-241-1700 eFax: 404-601-9193
ChuckEwing@mindspring.com
chuck.ewing@lionbank.com
www.ChuckEwing.com

Jay Posey
Your Mortgage Advisor
PHH Mortgage, Inc
Phone: 404-992-5462
Email: Jay.Posey@mortgagefamily.com

Brian Stephens
Renovation Loan Specialist
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
770-833-2472 Office: 678-742-3644 Fax: 770-406-2693
http://www.renovationloanguy.com/
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Thu Apr 14, 2011
Janken Daniels answered:
Yes, There are 5 homes at present to rent in the Blue Ridge area $700 or less and 2 in Ellijay for $700. If you'd like more information or assistance with looking to rent or buy, I'd be happy to help. You can reach me, Janken Daniels, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers, Blue Ridge GA at 706.276.2500 or email me at: janken.daniels@metrobrokers.com.

You can search through my company websire at: www.metrobrokers.com/janken.daniels

Regards,

Janken
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Fri Apr 8, 2011
Mack McCoy answered:
Well, Jj, there are only two ways to find out - make a claim and see if they honor it, and if they don't, see an attorney.
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Thu Jan 27, 2011
Dp2 answered:
Yes, HM lenders are still lending on investment properties. Their rate/terms depends upon their investing criteria and your ability to negotiate.
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Wed Jan 18, 2017
Tony McMahon answered:
If you and the seller agreed in a contract of sale, there would be some merrit to your case, but you could always check with a Real Estate attorney for actual legal advice.
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Wed Aug 18, 2010
Robert A Whitfield Broker answered:
Dr Retired,

I would be happy to help you with info on this property, if you provide the full address or Trulia link. I noticed you are listed as a seller - are you trying to use 81 Shalom Ln as a comparable to price your home - or are you interested in purchasing it?

Either way I can help you.

Regards,

Robert Whitfield
Broker/Owner - Realtor
Professional Buyers Broker
Relocation Expert
ICC Code Certified Building Inspection Expert
Advantage Realtors
678-585-9691
877-787-7167
“Know what you’re buying - Before you submit your offer!”
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Wed Dec 11, 2013
Gayle Barton answered:
That is somewhat hard to pinpoint as many properties have been re-listed multiple times. Of course, it also depends in the property type (cabin - vs- mobile home) and location.

I can say that a nice cabin, in a decent location, which is correctly priced (not overpriced) can sell in 180 days.
(Though I did see one today that has been on the market for 777 days...)

If you would like for me to complete a market anaylsis on a property for you, I would be able to provide you with more detailed / accurate information.
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Wed Jan 5, 2011
Tina Hughes answered:
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