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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Jason A. Schout answered:
Those very from house to house,and family to family. An updated well insulated house will heat for much less than, one that hasn't had newer insulation added, or has outdated mechanicals. Water is billed quarterly, and again is based on cosumption, rates are very typical for the area. ... more
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Tue Mar 20, 2012
Steve Frody answered:
If you are renting...the cash for keys would go to the owner of the property. If they are not paying their monthly mortgage payment...this is not a good situation for you. One key factor for you is to find out how far they are behind on their payment. If you are paying rent...and the owner is not paying their mortgage company, my suggestion is to possiblly look somewhere else. Hope this can help. ... more
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Sat Mar 10, 2012
Karen Paytas answered:
Good Afternoon!!

According to the lenders I've worked with on a cash for keys basis they do require you to keep the electricity and gas on at the property to avoid broken and frozen pipes. Especially at this time of the year.

Good Luck,

Karen Paytas, GRI, CMS
Real Living Kee Realty
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Wed Apr 24, 2013
Richard Coffelt answered:
From my website, you can search for homes anywhere USA, both non-foreclosures as well as foreclosed homes in your area of interest. For the non-foreclosurers, under "my external links", click on Home and Market Trend Search link: enter search criteria (ie. city/state or zip code, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, price range, etc.); view results; then, in answer to your question, to view home list and sale prices for that area, click on the Stats & Trends tab at the top of the page. Finally, you may be interested in reading the short article titled Home Buyers Save Thounands under my website "my pages" . Happy trails to you and yours. ... more
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Thu Feb 17, 2011
Karen Paytas answered:
Most of your local real estate offices can list your home for rent. Just contact a local agent.
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Tue Jan 17, 2012
Juanita Buskard - The Buskard Group answered:
HI Gregory,
You should receive 30 days notice before you are required to move out of the home. But, there have been times when the notice has gone to the owner instead and the renter has been forced out more quickly. I would suggest you make other arrangements as soon as possible. If you send me your address, I may be able to pull up the county records and tell you when the Sheriff sale happened which will tell you when the redemption period is up. Or, if you know the sheriff's sale date, call me and I will help you figure out what the time frame is. Juanita ... more
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