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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Jim Eagan answered:
Most of my customers are investors. Shoot me the MLS # and I'll pitch it in my next broadcast.
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Fri May 31, 2013
Rob Flitton answered:
I was a Land Develoepr for 25 years prior to being a REALTOR - for a highly trained specific answer, please CONTACT ME -----> http://robflitton.com/contact/
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
stephen webber answered:
Hey New Casa

USDA is zero down, VA zero down and many states officer assistance and grants to help with the down payment required by FHA and conventional loans.
Suggestion for you; gather up all the information you can and than find yourself an experienced ethincal loan officer who works for a lender that offers all of the loan types.
You will find an artilce on no money down loans at Your-Road-Home.com and an artilce, Consultation Interviewing Loan Officers. Also be sure to read about the MCC tax credit.You will also find a link to your states grants and assistance.
After you have gathered all of your information you will find loan officers and real estate agents in your area on Trulia offering their services. A very good source.
Best of Luck, Stephen
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Wed Dec 10, 2014
Matthew D'Ercole answered:
Please call me about your question. I would rather share this info over the phone. There is a lot to know about our current market and what Institutional Investors are doing. We've been in the business since 1985 and have helped hundreds of buyers and investors over these many years. Thanks, Matthew 702.501.0973 ... more
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Tue Mar 19, 2013
Rob Flitton answered:
Unless there is some non-monetary consideration, the ONLY fair way is to match the contribution of equity. Sometimes if the property is being improved/developed, one party may contribute more labor, etc. and this can adjust equity.

http://www.RobFlitton.com
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Fri May 31, 2013
Mike Kruse answered:
Here in Southern Nevada there are several active lifestyle communities. The cost of living is also considerably less than most of California. The communities of Anthem and MacDonald Ranch in Henderson as well as Summerlin in Las Vegas are options. Please contact me directly and I will be glad to get you additional information on these communities.

Mike Kruse
VIP Realty Group
lvhomesbymike@gmail.com
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Tue Feb 19, 2013
Dawn Lane answered:
I'm not certain what the plan is . Our non profit organization http://www.hopehomefoundation.org is working with several solutions to this issue . We are currently working with employers on an employer assisted housing program that helps workforce families , the real stakeholders in our communities obtain the dream of homeownership . We provide First time homebuyer education , counseling and downpayment assistance as well as foreclosure prevention programs and rental assistance . The employer can improve his bottom line buy reducing recruiting and retention costs . The community is blessed with a grateful homeowner and it creates a cycle of housing sustainability . All at little or no cost to the employer . The staff moral and productivity increas , illness due to stress is reduced . These programs are widely used in the Chicago area . It isn't a new concept. We have been trying for many years to get through to peoria that this really works . Unfortunately the greed wave is winning . The housing prices have increased by 30% in six months . I'm seeing seller financing coming back and FHA not requiring two appraisals . Agents don't put the homes in the MLS and if they do there are 30 offers . It's 2004 all over again . We've been screaming for years , maybe just not loud enough . Thanks for your question. ... more
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Thu Jan 2, 2014
Rena Levy answered:
Hi Krassy
There are still good homes fir sale in Las Vegas. Currently there are 4500 homes for sale in Las Vegas . Please send me an email or call me for the property information,area, price range , square footage and other information so I can send you properties.
We have Pre-listed properties and great lender.

Rena Levy
Broker/Assiciate
Realty Executives
702-612-7099
cvegashomes@gmail.com
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Thu Jan 10, 2013
Goran Krkic answered:
Homes sell there because of things like, shopping, close to schools, freeway access, airport, etc. Also its a well established neighborhood that is gated with community pool, tennis, etc. There is actually a property available there right now its been on the market for 2 days and its a 3 bed 2 1/2 bath, with a den, and 2 car garage, home is 2303 sq ft. listed for $129,500. that's only $56 a sq ft. If you are interested give me a call at 702-501-5231 or email me at goranrealtor@gmail.com

Thank You,

Goran Krkic
Keller Williams Realty Southern Nevada
702-501-5231
goranrealtor@gmail.com
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Sun Jan 6, 2013
Wendi Williams answered:
What would you like to know about it, Mary?

Limestone Investments, LLC.
LV Property Search
Info@LVPropertySearch.com
(702) 619-6214
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Sun Jan 6, 2013
Brian Edwards answered:
I showed this townhouse today. The complex looked nice but I have not done any searches on the Metro's website to check crime rate. I leave that up to my buyers. I do know that there are several offers already on this unit . ... more
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Thu Mar 20, 2014
Geno Empey answered:
This house is now under contract and no longer available for offers. If you need assistance to find a home in Las Vegs you may contact me at gempey@cox.net or call me at 702-666-1158. I will be glad to discuss your individual needs and help you find a house to fit.


Check my website at www.geneempey.com for testimonials from my clients.
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Thu Dec 20, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
I cannot help you,
but I can, unequivically recommend an Agent in Las Vegas:
Helene Moore
helenem@windermere.com
If you exchange a few e-mails, you will agree.
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Sun Nov 25, 2012
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
I am having the same problem with my short sale listings. It's Fannie Mae. I am trying to get to the bottom of it. I have a call into someone higher up at the Short Sale Help Desk. I will try to let you know how that goes. I have two of them with the very same issue and it's very recent. ... more
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Mon Oct 22, 2012
Matthew D'Ercole answered:
You are bound by what is said and dates in the addendum and extension. Please speak to your realtor or his broker about your concerns and questions. If you break your agreement you could be sued by buyer for breech of contract.

Matthew D’Ercole
One Source Realty and Management
Cell - 702.501.0973
Website - http://matthewsellslasvegas.las.mlxchange.com
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Tue Feb 19, 2013
Larysa Dombrovska answered:
Hello Manish,
There are many condo's available throughout Las Vegas. With the high forclosure rate a lot of the condo communities are not financing. I would be happy to set up a personal property search page for you and send the link. All I need is your criteria.Please call or email me if I can help you in anyway, or answer any questions you may have.

Larysa Dombrovska
Broker Salesperson
SHORT SALE CERTIFIED
dombrovska@yahoo.com
Cell: 702.379.3662
Web: http://domlar308.las.mlxchange.com/
SearchLink: http://lead.domlar308.las.mlxchange.com/
My Profile: http://www.ziprealty.com/agent/ldombrovska
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Mon Apr 22, 2013
Verde Mercado answered:
You've been futzing around with these stories for months. http://www.trulia.com/voices/Home_Buying/Lender_Cancellation_even_after_initial_approval_-391182. If there is a real issue here, contact a lawyer. I don't think real estate agents are going to keep giving you free advice based on misleading info. Anyway, you need to PAY a lawyer if you have a serious legal issue. ... more
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Sun Oct 7, 2012
John Brassner answered:
If your question is should you have a local property manager, the answer is yes. And they are the ones to handle #2 and 3. To answer #1, I would need to know your investment goals; How much you have to spend and the balance between cash flow and potential appreciation, etc. I generally recommend single-family homes (stand alone homes) in most but not all cases. Contact me if you are serious about investing in Las Vegas. We also have in-house property management.

谢谢

________________________________
John A. Brassner, MBA, REALTOR®
Residential â–ª Commercial â–ª Business Sales
________________________________

Prudential Americana Group, REALTORS®
10777 W. Twain Ave #333
Las Vegas, NV 89135
Cell: 702-808-9816
Fax: 702-995-0488
Email: john@john4realty.com
www.HouseOfVegas.com
www.CanadaLasVegas.com
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Mon Aug 27, 2012
Christopher Romero answered:
Cathy,

It's great to hear your interested in purchasing a home, home ownership is pinnacle in ones life. I would like to help in whatever capacity I can. Give me a call or send an e-mail.

Regards,

Christopher L. Romero
702.787.1167
ImYourLVAgent@Gmail.com
Realty ONE Group
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Mon Nov 12, 2012
Jeff Wallenfang answered:
I do have a few people who can help Canadians get mortgages. If memory serves, the last time I asked they were talking about 20% down. Remember not to spend all your cash on the downpayment because you will have some closing costs, and you will surely want to make some repairs or renovations on your new home. Something you will want to keep in mind is that it's hard to finance a condo unless it's on the HUD list of FHA approved communities (I've attached a link).

Of the 20000+ properties that have sold through the MLS this year, only a few hundred were owner financed, lease-to-own, or some other alternative to cash/mortgage. Don't count on this sort of thing.

I know the NW and SW well and have helped condo buyers in both areas.

Hope you have a great day.
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