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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Yanoska Diaz answered:
Get familiarized with various Lending Institutions and inquire about their current mortgage rates.

Go to the bank or credit union where you already have a checking or savings account and ask what types of mortgage deals they offer current customers.

Ask friends, family members and your Real Estate Agent for referrals to loan officers and mortgage brokers who gave them good, professional service and helped them find a competitive loan.
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Sat Jan 5, 2013
Julie Rosenthal answered:
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Sat Jul 14, 2012
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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Teresa Quindemil answered:
So am I to assume that you are new to the area? There are no internet cafe in the area.
If you need to use internet services you have to drive to Brickell, Coconut Grove and other
areas where the word "INTERNET CAFE " is known. GOOD LUCK ... more
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Thu Mar 1, 2012
Carlos Escamilla answered:
Well it is not the most proper way to do it,
but since it is informal and easier to get the information I'm agree with that as a showing agent.
But as a listing agent I rather to use showing assist or phone call and take notes. less work and notes all the way around.

if they do not reply back to you txt, it is a red flag to deal with this person.
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Thu Jul 12, 2012
Phil Rotondo answered:
The answer is in direct relation to the client you are servicing.
In other words, be flexible and go with what's appropriate.
I'm not dressing formal if I'm showing Vacant Land.
I'm not jeaning it if I'm going for a $5mm oceanfront property listing.
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Thu Jan 28, 2010
Chris Morenza answered:
You need to contact the law firm or title company that closed the sale. You should be able to find that information by checking public records. If the company is no longer around and the client doesn't have the policy I would call an attorney or title company that I've worked with to see if they can track it down. Good Luck!

Chris
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Mon Aug 17, 2009
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
Christine:

There are many websites that may offer this data. My first thought is to seach the County site- there is a plethora of information to be found- if you look thoroughly. Another option may be http://www.city-data.com - I find this site very helpful as well. If these tips don't meet your desires- contact a MAI- or Senior Appraiser- They will have the scoop, for sure!

Mott Kornicki, Broker
Miami Real Estate, Florida
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Thu Sep 23, 2010
Nereida Figueroa answered:
Since last year association have the authority to received any rental amount to paid their fees.
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Sun Apr 19, 2009
Debi Quade, GRI, CRS answered:
If you have money to support yourself for at least 8 months, and are willing to train, learn basics, financing, international markets, networking, and stay on top of the market with research and continuing education, then it is a wonderful business. Without the years of schooling other professions require. But you must work and educate yourself if this is to be long term for you. Otherwise you will join the 70% of Realtors that make $6,500 per year. ... more
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Fri Feb 11, 2011
Laura Graves answered:
London! My favorite city! Lived there for 5 years! There are quite a few options for you on the beach/lincoln rd. area. It really depends on what you are looking for. IE: #bedrooms, parking, furnished or not, pets, general price range? I would be happy to answer any other questions you have.

Good luck & best regards,
laura graves
real estate professional
miami, Florida
786-457-8001
laura.graves@floridamoves.com
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Wed Sep 1, 2010
Christine Lynch & Pat Parker answered:
I would say contact a realtor that can help you research the area and price range you are targeting and have her start scheduling places for you right away. I can usually have my clients into a new place within 2 days. If you are looking for a condo there usually is a approval process involoved which will take 2-3 weeks. Feel free to contact me If you would like to get started. Christy@klockaprker.com or 786-295-3270 ... more
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