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Sun Mar 24, 2013
Tracey Langdon answered:
Hello Andre

I was able to find only 2 rentals on the MLS that are available furnished. Not knowing how much you can afford for rent since its only for 10 months that you are looking for. The 1st one is yearly and the 2nd one is monthly. If you would like any further assistance or would care to share with me what time frame and how much you would like to spend I could do a further search for you. Contact me

Click on the link below to view the properties:

http://www.nnerenmls.com/nne/maildoc/sd_EAPHYl20130324120434.html

Tracey Guy
The Gove Group
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Sat Aug 3, 2013
Marty Patrizi answered:
Dear jipeters4,

There are currently 5 units for sale with one as a short sale and the other four are owned by the same corporate seller (not bank owned). With 40 units in the complex, 5 offered for sale is not an unusually high number. For more information, please feel free to reach me with your thoughts and questions anytime.

-Marty
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Sun Dec 16, 2012
Marty Patrizi answered:
Dear Ethical,

There are a few rentals that might fit the bill around town. I have a few that I would recommend because they are not on a busy street, in good condition, and have yards where the kids can be outside every day. Contact me any time direct at 603-781-4099 or by email marty.patrizi@beangroup.com. ... more
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
Dominic Nocera answered:
Travis - You must get pre approved by a lender to know for sure what price range you can afford. Don't waste your time looking at properties you can't buy. It's good feeling when you know this in advance so then whatever you look at you most likely will be able to write an offer on it. ... more
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Wed May 22, 2013
Kate Adler answered:
Congratulations! Dover is a great place to work and live!
with a vibrant downtown and close to everything location - you cant go wrong!
Lots of good rental opportunities in Dover actually - email me directly at kate.adler@beangroup.com - I can send you some active rentals ... more
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
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Mon Sep 17, 2012
Gary Geer answered:
Gabriela,
Contact a local agent who can help you with finding a suitable foreclosure or short sale in you area. You can search on the web, but an experienced agent is worth their weight in gold when it comes to these type of purchases.

All the best,
Gary Geer

www.ggeer.illinoisproperty.com
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Tue Jun 26, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
Good Evening Jane. I only see one residential listing in MLS which is a condo, Do you have a specific concern?
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
If you are looking at homes here on trulia there is no serperation unless adjust your search. The problem starts when some listings here are picked up by an automatic feed. The feed only uploads some fields and not all. If the listing agent has it listed under residential you will not see that it is a condo unless they come on this site and edit whoch most do not do. The best place to look for homes for sale is a direct dsearch from the MLS, If you need assistance in finding a home, please feel free to give me a call or email. ... more
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
Marie Souza Team answered:
Melissa - That would depend on how strong your market place is & what your Spring market is doing now. I'm sure some local agents will chime in here! I can tell you that the Cape Cod market, lower price range, is booming right now. ... more
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Sat Jan 28, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
You can get a loan from Utah and buy in Florida, the lenders just need to be licensed there. Speak to some lenders, ask if they can do a loan there. Ask to get prequalified to see if you are able to buy. Just start asking questions and it will fall into place. Putting down 75% will make things easier anywhere you go. ... more
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Sat Dec 24, 2011
Annette Levinson answered:
Bad credit is worse then no credit. With no credit I can do alternative credit (rent, utlity payment, insurance & etc) for a mortgage. Bad credit show an unwillingness to pay.
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Thu Dec 1, 2011
Cataldo Cal Urso answered:
Yes there are rent to own deals still out there especially now that the rental market is so strong. One just came up on GSMLS yesterday in Maplewood NJ.
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Wed Nov 16, 2011
Patrick Fields answered:
Your question is like dangling a toy in front of an alert toddler! But, of course you know that! I'll take the bait...

1. A buyer will typically have little or no expense in exchange for the professional advise, opinion, and expertise offered by a Realtor - its a win/win.

2. Using a Realtor can save countless hours in delays, mistakes, and rework.

3. A Realtor is far better equipped to handle complex negotiations on your behalf much more expertly than the general buying public.

4. A Realtor has access to critial information about neighborhoods and property history that can potentially save you thousands of dollars and years of regret.

5. A strong agent will always have alternatives to offer with every choice and solutions to every possible problem that arises.

6. Even after purchase, a Realtor will be able to gain you access to vendor discounts on home improvement, landscaping and in many cases, retail home goods.

7. A Realtor can simply the entire transaction with detailed but simple explanations, counsel, and when necessary, a heavy hand on your behalf.

The list goes on and on and on, so, the real question is, why would you ever want to go it alone when "you have a friend in real estate" - Realtor Pat!
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Sun Sep 4, 2011
Pat Rose answered:
Good morning, I certainly cannot answer whether there is something unsellable about your house, but I can tell you that the broker is looking at the comps and advising you based on current sales which are occuring daily. If your house was overpriced to being with, you are simply chasing the market downwards. The market doesn't typically pick up in September as homeowners with kids like to be settled before the start of school. Your broker is giving you the best advice for the market today and the fact that we are going into fall and winter. Buyers do not care what you paid for your house and it doesn't factor at all in the market. Add up your carrying costs for the next few months and factor that into your final decision. Good luck. ... more
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Sun Aug 14, 2011
Don Tepper answered:
It's more likely to depend on your town or city and what regulations it might have. And the regulations might apply to the acceptability of month-to-month rentals. There might also be restrictions on the number of unrelated adults who can occupy a property. And if you're buying a condo or a home with a homeowner's association, the condo or homeowner's association may have rules limiting such practices.

So, check into that. But--as a practical matter--a lot of people do rent out individual rooms to college students. I live close to a big university, and it's not at all uncommon.

One tip: If you haven't bought yet, look for a property with a high ratio of bathrooms to bedrooms. You don't want a 4 bedroom/1 bath home if you're going to be renting it out to multiple people. Instead, look for a home (and townhouses are really good with the ratio) with something like 4 beds/3 baths.

Hope that helps.
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Thu Jul 21, 2011
Mack McCoy answered:
Yes, it's absolutely possible and easy to do. The tax implications are best discussed with a tax attorney.

All the best,
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Thu Jul 14, 2011
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Sat May 28, 2011
Tracey Langdon answered:
Good morning Joe

Yes there are still protective covenants in Waterloo Circle. As far as I can see there are 2 properties for sale in the circle.

Tracey Guy
Prudential Verani Realty
603-793-2770
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Mon Jun 29, 2009
Jason Hertenstein answered:
There are 51 rentals in Dover that I found using Cazoodle Apartment Search. It might worth checking out see if any of these are lease-to-purchase.
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