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Home Buying in 95666 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Dec 26, 2010
Adrian Huntington answered:
What property are you interested in? If you need help I can email you information about any property.


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Tue Mar 16, 2010
Dave Griswold/ Lisa Payne-Griswold answered:
Sometimes the Realtor or Broker has changed the price on one site but simply forgot to do it on another.
I've had listings where I've changed the price as per the owner';s request however since I have it listed on so many other sites I simply forgot.
Webpages often times take more time to update than others.
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Fri May 9, 2014
Renae Voda answered:
Lynne, That is an excellent question. I believe the best answer would be for you to consult with your accountant first and foremost. Every person's individual situation is different depending on their own scenario, but you may be surprised (plesantly even) once you speak to a qualified professional about how that scenario might impact you.

My question to you is why would you, as a buyer, pay any real estate commissions anyway, when usually they are paid by the seller? If you are concerned about paying the taxes over a 30 year period, maybe you could have your real estate agent negotiate the offer on your behalf with that scenario in mind, which could put you in a better position when you do your taxes by incurring some real estate expenses at purchase. Of course speak to a qualified accountant first - not all accountants are created equally either. Make sure you speak to one that specializes in real estate and/or at least owns investment property themselves.

Good luck to you!
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