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Wed Feb 13, 2013
Kelly Grisham answered:
Based on prior sales it would be in the $160,000-$180,000 range.

Kelly Grisham
RE/MAX
417-334-1374
kellygrisham.com
kelly@kellygrisham.com
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Fri Jun 14, 2013
Mark T. White answered:
Audrey,
This property is bank owned and listed with broker about 100 miles away.
I will contact him and see If he has any more pics. If not, I can drive our there
and take some pics for you. Are you working with any other realtors?

Feel free to call me at 417.598.1353 or email me @marktwhite@me.com.
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Jon Hulsizer answered:
Yes this property is still listed. It is 1400 sq ft for $84,500. It is located close to the lake, just outside Branson. If you would like to see this property or you would like more information please let me know.
Thanks,
Jon Hulsizer
Century 21 Integrity
jon.hulsizer@century21.com
417-230-9628
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Jim Robertson Team answered:
I have a weekly listing of job openings in the Branson area. Most are in the retail and service industry both management and labor related. Send me your e-mail address and phone number for the most current list. A list of affordable houses available in Branson can be seen at www.BransonListings.com . 1204 Blackner St is still available if you are still looking.

Jim Robertson, Broker/Sales
Keller Williams Realty
417-337-3794
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Jon Hulsizer answered:
The city of Branson does, but the county does not have any restrictions against building a dome home, let me know if you would like to find some property outside the city limits.
Thanks,
Jon Hulsizer Century 21
417-230-9628
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Jon Hulsizer answered:
Housing starts are up in the Branson area, but it is still slow. I feel that this spring and summer will see much more building in the area.
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Mon Dec 10, 2012
Jon Hulsizer answered:
You definately should be able to, check out a local bank such as Liberty Bank or Ozark Mountain Bank, they should be able to help you out.
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Sun Sep 1, 2013
Dan Tabit answered:
Casey,
It's likely your current score would be different, depending on the source of your score and what credit activity has happened since you last looked. The only way to know is to meet with a local mortgage lender, apply and find out. FHA may well be an option if your score is still in that range and with higher scores there may be other options too. ... more
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Tue May 22, 2012
Carol Olson answered:
Generally top floor condo units have vaulted ceilings, which give you a feeling of more room and of course no one above you!! Having a lake view (even if limited) has value. Also, if you're considering using the condo for nightly rental, upper units will usually earn more per night. The advantage of the bottom unit will be savings on utilities. They will usually stay cooler in the summer. Also, if you have children or a dog, being able to walk out the back to the lawn and lake is a big positive. And with children, you don't have to worry about disturbing anyone below with their 'active feet'.

Hope that's helpful. I sell lots of condos in the Branson Lakes area and it really becomes a decision that you need to make based, not just on price, but how you'll use the unit. What's right for you and your family?

Definitely use a Realtor to help with the negotiations. He or she can also provide recent sales data to help you make an informed offer.
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Mon Apr 9, 2012
David Gubin, GRI answered:
Hi Anna,
My name is David Gubin and I’m a REALTOR in the Branson – Tri-Lakes area. There have been lots of sales in Branson. Missouri is a non-disclosure state, which means when real estate is sold the sales price is not disclosed. Trulia requires a sold price when you mark a home sold, this why you are not seeing any properties sold on Trulia. If you like, you can go to my website and see a detailed market report for Branson, just go to www.moving2branson.com/Web/AR416028/CustomContent/index/5077939 and pick the April newsletter. I would also recommend you contact a local REALTOR who can assist you in your relocation. A local REALTOR knows the market and can help you find the right property at the right price. I would be more than happy to help you in anyway; you can reach me at 417-231-3229. ... more
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Mon Jan 23, 2012
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Sat Dec 24, 2011
Ron Thomas answered:
I'm not giving legal advice, Okay?
I heard that in order to have a suit, you have show a LOSS;
It may be that you will have to show INTENT too.

I would suggest you move on and find another house;
There are thousands of things that CAN go wrong when buying a house; you just have a thick skin.

Good luck and may God bless
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Tue Dec 6, 2011
Margaret Hassani answered:
That is a good question for a lender. They can tell you the types of financing you qualify for with the best rates.
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Wed Nov 9, 2011
Melanie asked:
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Tue Apr 24, 2012
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Mon Apr 9, 2012
Trevor Huntingford answered:
Well I had a client that had a 4x4 driveway as well and I couldn't figure out how they got her double wide manufactured to the top. When I asked the woman she said that they brought a dozer in and just leveled off a path and towed the double wide with the dozer to the top.

It was pretty impressive!
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Tue Mar 13, 2012
S answered:
Why would you want to? If I were you I would get an Accredited Buyer's Agent to work for you and the seller will pay their agent commission and it will be split by the two agents. That way you will be protected and legal doucuments will make it a clean deal for everyone. ... more
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Tue Jul 6, 2010
Garrett McCallister answered:
For June, the average price per square foot is $112. The range varies widely though, based on the exact location of the property, how you plan to purchase, and any specific features you want. If you're looking for a great deal in a depressed market right now, contact me. There are deals that would blow your mind right now! ... more
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