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Mon Oct 29, 2012
Heath Coker answered:
I would contact a local rental real estate professional to save time and money.


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Tue Apr 17, 2012
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Sun Dec 19, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Any local agent can give you the information needed, therefore consider a call to any realty office; if looking to buy, and if especially interested in pre-foreclosure properties, do consider working with an agent of your own--he/she can lookout for your best interest. ... more
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Sat Mar 13, 2010
Chino Hills Homes answered:
Hey Katie take a look at this site see if this helps. http://www.mass.gov/dep/water/wastewater/faqsprop.htm
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Wed Oct 28, 2009
Elizabeth Herbert answered:
The foreclosure question should really be asked of your attorney as it's a legal issue.

Regarding the Title 5: http://www.mass.gov/dep/water/wastewater/faqsesi.htm
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Mon Sep 21, 2009
CCC answered:
Hi Sandy,
First to remember: it is UP TO $8,000.
Second, if your indome does not create income tax, how could you get a credit?

I suggest you to contact your local IRS office for the best and accurate answer.
It is free.
Check the link.
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Sun Sep 20, 2009
Peter Mlaguzi answered:
Sandy,

How are you? I would recommend you visit the link below for detailed information on how this tax credit work. Should you have any other questions or be interested in working with a realtor to view a home, please feel free to contact me.

http://www.federalhousingtaxcredit.com/2009/faq.php

Best regards,


Experience excellence

p.s. Of all of your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers, who do you think will be the next one to move, buying or selling?


Peter J. Mlaguzi III
President of Real Estate Sales and Development
www.PetersHomeFinder.com
peter@petershomefinder.com
O: 617-395-1496 x703
C: 617-233-1476
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Tue Sep 22, 2009
CCC answered:
Hi, who are you going to negotiate? To the lender/mortgage holder/bank? Most REO properties are listed at close to acurate or requested price. You can always offer what you think the property is worth. REO do not care about your estimates, those companies care about thier bottom line. Their net money at closing.

You can always negotiate.
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Sun Sep 20, 2009
Andrew Adams answered:
Sandy,

You need to figure out what fair market value for the property is "As Is", with out the kitchen. The lender knows it doesn't have a kitchen what they bought it for at auction is irrelevant, that is simply what was owed. ... more
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Sun Sep 20, 2009
Raymond Cardoza answered:
Sandy,

You could definitely put in an offer of $260,000- $280,000. The worse that they can do is say no.
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Sun Sep 20, 2009
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Sat Mar 13, 2010
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Fri Sep 18, 2009
Susan Costa answered:
There are 24 rentals in the area you are asking about. The price ranges from 500 to 2,000 depending on what you are looking for apartment, condo or home? If you would like assitance in finding something, please give me a call. I would be happy to set you up with viewing appts and finding the place for you.

Susan - AMS Real Estate 774-264-9117
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
Pat Waldron answered:
It would be unethical to steer a home buyer to a particular neighborhood, however I can say that the South Coast is a great place to live and there are an abundance of homes on the market. As far as hospitals, you can check out the sites I have listed which offer links to other sites that may be helpful. ... more
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Wed Jul 15, 2009
Territory.com answered:
JW -
Here are a few places to consider. Without knowing your price range, I just pulled some places to give you an idea of area.:

Canton:
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70714302/details.html
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70751213/details.html

Kingston:
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70735646/details.html
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70758527/details.html

Duxbury:
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70713957/details.html
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70768623/details.html

Pembroke:
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70744227/details.html
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70763116/details.html

Marshfield:
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/listings/70767954/details.html

Cross reference areas with this site. It is pretty useful to find school info: www.greatschools.net

Good luck!
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Sun Sep 13, 2009
Steve Medeiros answered:
Hi Patrick

I'm not sure if you are still looking but I thought I'd answer your question. There are not many homes for rent in Dartmouth and those that are for rent are usually not listed. I do however work with a few contractors that have taken to buying homes in need of repair, fixing them, then renting them out til the market turns around. I'd love some specifics of what you are looking for and they may have a match or I could keep an eye out for you. Feel free to email me with your specifics like living area, bedrooms, baths, etc. ... more
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