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Home Buying in Big Lake : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Aug 5, 2012
Beth Fread answered:
You will want to buy property that has no Covenants, Codes or Restrictions. It will also have to be outside the city limits of Palmer, Wasilla and Houston. Will you need electricty, road access or other amenities? Please feel free to contact me if you have additional questions ... beth fread ... more
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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Lanna Ferguson answered:
If you are still looking for a cabin, I would be happy to search for you if you can give me some details about location, lot size, etc.
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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Beth Fread answered:
I'm not sure what a "normal" loan is, but conventional financing (non-FHA, VA, etc.) is available through many lenders - especially for this type of property in this state. If you would like to pull up my profile I will be happy to e-mail you off-line. No personal interest, just not sure if the lenders I know are on Trulia ... ... more
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Fri Mar 22, 2013
Ruthless answered:
Sorry you didn't get an answer. Brrrr! I don't know what it is like in Alaska but I believe the decline of being able to water ski on lakes is due to insurance issues. I would think that either most lakes would accept water skiing or decline water skiing and advertise the opposite. What I mean to say, is that if you found out in your area that water skiing is banned on most lakes, a lake that allows water skiiing would say something like "all sports activities." If the norm is freedom to use the lake as you see fit, than a property that doesn't allow water skiing would advertise "quiet and restricted".

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