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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Chris McNatt answered:

Please feel free to contact me @ I would not mind at all emailing you rentals in our great city. Look forward to speaking with you soon.

Sincerely ,
Chris McNatt
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Tue Jan 15, 2013
Brenda Wilson answered:
There are 3 service stations in Rogersville, A BP, Shell & an independant. There are two banks, Regions and Bank Independant. There are several good restaurants and downtown Rogersville is quaint and a great place to go. I will be glad to answer any questions about Rogersville.
I sell and rent properties in the are. If you would like more information let me know.

Brenda Wilson, Broker ARES Property Management, Assoc. Broker, Alabama Real Estate Solutions
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Mon Sep 17, 2012
Marie Eubanks answered:
Unfortunately this home is no longer available. Are there any other homes that you are interested in? Please feel free to contact me by email, text or by phone.

Best Regards,
Marie Eubanks
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Wed Aug 3, 2011
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Sun Feb 20, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Unless it's bank owned, due to privacy issues, not sure any agent will give a name on a public forum; you can however check local public records, ask a neighbor(s), ask any local agent offline, etc. ... more
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Tue Jul 28, 2009
Cameron Piper answered:

If you are asking for legal advice ("do i have a legal case.") you probably won't get it here. Realtors are not able to give legal or tax advice unless they are additionally licensed in the appropriate field - and that comes straight from our national code of ethics.

That said, we would need quite a bit more information about your situation to give much, if any useful advice.

Two things to consider in real estate:

1. Nothing is done in real estate until the paperwork is signed. There are also no verbal agreements. As bad as it may sound the banks can really say anything they want until they sign your offer - only then do they have to perform on anything.

2. Short sales are incredibly difficult transactions to deal with. The bank can choose to not accept your offer and then take another for any number of reason, and most of the time they won't even give you a reason.

There are deals to be found when working with short sales and foreclosures, but with that comes tons of headaches. If you are looking for a quick and painless transaction, your chances are better (however, not guaranteed) when purchasing from a private party.

Good Luck

Cameron Piper
#1 Trulia Agent in MN
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Fri Jul 24, 2009
Seth Parker answered:
There's pros and cons to doing that. I would talk about them a little, but any negatives I would say about it would seem self-serving since I work in Athens. Maybe one of these out of area guys will give you some insight.

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