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Moving in 38117 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jan 21, 2013
Jing Roachell answered:
Dear relocation friends, Germantown is a very nice place to live. It's next to Memphis. It has a lower property tax than Memphis does. It has very good schools from ELM to High. It has great library, sport center & perfoormance center that meet your needs. People love this city with great police officers, firefighters and learning centers for kids' music, dancing, sports, English & Math. Great community!!!

Germantown has very good home sales if you invest your money into the best school district. Renting will lose money, buying is better because of nice Germantown property value and many other reasons, like tax benifits, privacy, enjoying life with more space with more freedom, happiness and family love. You will gain money & happiness when you leave if you get a good deal home in a nice area in today's housing market.

Another city is Bartlett that has a lower city tax as well. It's a very nice city next to Memphis. You will get bigger home in Bartlett if spending the same money comparing with Germantown.

Smart home buyer should buy now. There has never been a better time!!!
Email me with Questions anytime for you and your friends.
Please give Jing A Ring for All your real estate needs.

Welcome to Memphis!
Look forward to seeing you one day!
Best Wishes for a wonderful & beautiful holiday season to your family!

JING CHEN ROACHELL
CRYE-LEIKE REALTORS
(#1 in Mid-South, the biggest in Memphis)

6525 QUAIL HOLLOW
MEMPHIS, TN 38120

901-756-8900-EXT-7245
901-758-5641 FAX
901-674-9036 CELL
jing.roachell@crye-leike.com
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
Bob Brown answered:
Each rental situation can be very different - your best answer is to contact the person renting the home and ask about the terms of the rental agreement. There is no magic answer for this question and you might have to check several before you will one that will rent you a home.Let's face it, if you have only a temporary job you are a high risk renter that you will default at sometime when you temporary job disappears. How would you feel if you were the owner of the property? Would you rent to someone with a temporary job? A lot of full time jobs are disappearing daily. Take care and have a blessed day. ... more
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Thu Apr 21, 2011
Christopher Lefebvre answered:
Posting on Trulia is a great way to start. Also, try contacting some agents on the "find a pro" page for Memphis.

http://www.trulia.com/voices/directory/Memphis_TN-agent--24404?sort_order=top_contributors ... more
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Mon Dec 17, 2012
Michelle Amen answered:
Hi LaTanya!

I totally understand your situation. It shouldn't be a problem; I also understand that finding rentals on the internet is a complicated process. Why don't you call me and we can talk about it.

Michelle Amen
901-337-3191
www.MichelleAmen.com
Michelle@MichelleAmen.com
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