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Remodel & Renovate in 89120 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Sep 4, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi Michael,

Can you please share the listing and the changes that you'd like us to make by emailing customerservice@trulia.com? They will be happy to make the edits!

Thanks,
Ali, Community Manager ... more
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Tue Jul 26, 2016
Jerry Jenkins answered:
I have a General Contractor who does a lot of painting and repairs for Investors doing flips if that is what you are looking for.
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Fri Jul 22, 2011
Mark Fleysher answered:
Hello Nevada Lady,

Unfortunately, it's not realistic to price a home to build based on sq/ft.

http://www.designevolutions.com/articles/homeplans_sqft_cost.html
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Thu Aug 18, 2016
Mark Fleysher answered:
Hello Debbie,

It all depends exactly where your house is located. Call the Building Department for Clark County at 702-455-3000, and inquire from them... they will be able to forward you to the necessary Building Department, which could be Clark County, or more specifically Las Vegas, Henderson, etc. (even if it's in Las Vegas, it can be at the Clark County Building Department...

I can help with any of your Las Vegas Real Estate needs or questions; feel free to contact me direct.


Sincerely,

Mark Fleysher, MBA, Realtor
Broker-Salesperson
702-291-8186
mfleysher@gmail.com
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Mon Nov 9, 2009
Don Tepper answered:
Certainly all of your personal possessions. However, you can't take items that are permanently attached to the property. It's true that there are some gray areas. Use common sense.

I looked at a foreclosure yesterday afternoon in the community I live in. The home in good condition would sell for about $650,000. This one was priced at $499,000. The owners had pretty much stripped it. The ceiling fans were gone, leaving the empty junction boxes in the ceiling. Most of the switch plate covers were gone. They'd taken the refrigerator; it'd been replaced with a small, dumpy one. There was something (maybe a trash compactor) that had been at the end of the kitchen island. The device had been removed, along with about 2 square feet of the hardwood floor where it sat.

So, use common sense. Take what's yours. But leave items that are (or are intended to be) permanently attached to, or conveying with, the house.
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Thu May 30, 2013
Dave Grant answered:
This should not be a issue with the current green movement. However if the home is in a community with a HOA you will need the approval of the HOA. Please let me know if you have a specific community in mind.

Thank you,
Dave Grant
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