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Mon Feb 25, 2013
Jesse Kikkert answered:
At this time, I do not see any rentals in Highland on the mls, would you consider any other neighborhood.
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Mon Feb 25, 2013
Jesse Kikkert answered:
At this time I do not see any homes in Highland to rent, feel free to contact me and I would be more than willing to help you through this process, I am currently working with 2 families in finding a home to rent. ... more
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Wed Aug 29, 2012
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Sat Aug 25, 2012
Christine McDaniel answered:
Hi Michael,

I know a lender that is still loaning on a 580 credit score. I'll email you a couple to call.

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Fri Sep 21, 2012
Bill & Rachel Port answered:
I personally am not aware of areas in Griffith that allow residents to attend Highland Schools. This does not mean it is not possible. The best course of actain is to contact the Highland Schools and find out what areas (if any) of Griffith attend Highland Schools. From there we can get together and do a map search of available properties in that area. If you'd like somehelp, let me know, I'll be glad to help you! Bill Port, RE/MAX Results 219-613-7527. ... more
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Mon Jan 10, 2011
Kay Blissmer answered:
Yes you can buy these to rent out. We just had another one closed with an investor. This is his 2nd unit in the same developement. The condo fees on this unit are $160 each month, paid quarterly. The lowest price on two that recently sold was $120000 each. They were both estate properties. These condos, especially the main floor, rent very quickly. The rents range from $1100 to $1300. The condo association will do the property management for you. I can check into the costs if you are interested. Hope that answers all your questions, please let me know if you would like to take a look or have other questions.
Kay Blissmer
219 616-5514
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Tue Apr 14, 2009
Dana Schuster answered:
Your best option is to contact a local realtor who can locate these properties through the MLSat no cost to you.
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Sun Sep 20, 2009
Voices Member answered:
Dana, You start by learning what it is you are thinking of committing to financially so you can make the correct decisions. If you are asking about local tax sales then going to this site will assist you in getting information...

If you are looking for information for tax sales in Indiana then try this...

If you are talking about learning more about REO/Foreclosure then perhaps this will help. The Banks and Gov. maintain sites where you can get information on their properties for sale for Free. Sites like these...
These sites will also have information on the purchase/bid process.
You can find the links to the Bank/Gov sites and more here... ...

I don't know if you've checked this out but it has a lot of good buyer information and tools..

Hope something here helps, Dunes
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Mon Jan 12, 2009
Martin Wallinger answered:
Check your contracts over very carefully. All transactions/contracts involving real estate must be written. If you don't find any clauses giving the bank the right to back out, you could sue for specific performance. Contact a good real estate lawyer to discuss your options, alternatives and costs. ... more
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