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Mon Aug 5, 2013
Thom Colby answered:
Rider -

What did your original Buyer Agreement outline as far as future commission? I suspect it doesn't say and renewals are without the agent / broker.

Best of luck,

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Fri Feb 11, 2011
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Try this website - you can fill in the area and names of complexes to see if they are fha approved.........

www.FHA.gov

Good luck!
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Tue Jul 23, 2013
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Tue May 18, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
If you did not receive your tax credit check with your tax professional--did you owe the IRS i wonder if you did not receive yours, or were you above earnings, etc.
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Sun May 2, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Your agent will be best be able to advise you on taxes as they relate to specific properties and location--keep in mind that assessments are figured as such-- If there are 10 houses in your defined neighborhood and your home has a market value of $100,000 and the other nine homes have market values of $200,000, then your assessed value for tax purposes, often calculated as average neighborhood market value, would be $190,000. Your neighbors benefit from your under enhanced property, whereas you pay for your neighbors’ over enhanced properties when taxes are assessed--no guarantees you will get a break, even if you file to have your property re-assessed at some point and time. ... more
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Mon Dec 6, 2010
John Ford answered:
yes you can as long as you qualify for both. The place to start is to talk to a loan officer. If you need help let me know.
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Mon May 16, 2011
John Ford answered:
Agents by Law have to submit all offers. Banks don't just look at the price. The terms are important. Time is money as they say so if your looking for a loan the bank looks at it as all cash can close today with no chance of a loan not being approved. When competing with other bids you do have to make your offer look more appealing to the seller or in this case the bank. Often the bank does not give you a second chance to increase your bit. ... more
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Sat Dec 12, 2009
Pascual Paul Tarrats answered:
Sounds like the Transfer Tax. Contact your lawyer or who is representing him.
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Wed Oct 28, 2009
CamilleD answered:
No. Only if the bank does not accept the other offer.
You might be lucky and get your new offer in before the
other buyer gets their counteroffer in.
These shortsales are not always straight forward like a regular
purchase. So I wish you luck. If you really want this house
tell the realtor that and they will tell you what you have to do to
get it.

Camille Dandola
Charles Rutenberg Realty
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Mon Jan 11, 2010
Gail Gladstone answered:
Why did the Realtor not refer her back to her attorney? Where was her attorney during all of this? Attorneys run these shows and are responsible and the Realtor should be making sure the attorney is deliverying.

Your sister should have received all of these docs at the closing? I would get on this immediately!
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Fri Jul 31, 2009
W. Michael Keller answered:
Go to your time machine and travel backwards two years and you will see 5%! You'd be lucky to get 2.0%.
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Sat Aug 1, 2009
Arlynn B. Palmer answered:
Hi Bryan,

You might try to contact the office or managing company of the co-op itself - or - Perhaps I can help you. Please contact me directly by phone at (516)410-3594 or by email at Arlynn@ArlynnPalmer.com with the address and unit # of the co-op you are interested in and I will try to look it up for you!

If you are interested in either buying or selling a co-op, condo or house, I can help you with that!

In the meantime , please visit my website at www.ArlynnPalmer.com where you will find FREE Buyer and Seller Reports, FREE School and Neighborhood Reports, my Monthly Newsletter and other valuable real estate information.

I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon and helping you find out the information you are interested in.

Regards,
Arlynn

Arlynn B. Palmer, ESQ, SRES, CBR, CMS, CNS
Licensed Associate Broker, REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Claire Sobel
(516)410-3594
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Sat Jul 25, 2009
Dallas Texas answered:
You need complete a spread sheet compare apples to apples off quotes provided. That will give you answers or show each broker documents provided request for them compare and explain.


GREAT QUESTION you have valid concerns

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Tue Jul 7, 2009
Gail Gladstone answered:
Call your attorney...what does the seller's agent have to do with a contract in Long Island?
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Wed Jul 22, 2009
Fran and Mark Redding answered:
Smitty112

Based on your location we are guessing that you mean Levittown New York. However you should consider Levittown Pennsylvania. The homes are affordable and it is an easy commute to NYC on the NJT northeast corrider line. If PA would work for your contact us for listing information.

Good Luck in you search.
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Mon Jan 5, 2009
George W Taylor answered:
I found a number of properties within 30-45 minutes of Sun City that meet your criteria that are very nice. Some of them are short sales but many are not. There are a few in Fishhawk Ranch which is about 35 minutes away. There are a couple in Mirabay, a few in Apollo Beach (Southshore Falls) , and a few in Valrico (Diamond Hill, Pine Grove, Savannah Landings) also Riverview, Bradenton, Palmetto, all easily within 45 minutes of SCC. Also, if you like in-town living, there is one in St Pete at the Townview Condos and in downtown Tampa at the Parkcrest on Harbour Island. I would be happy to send you specific properties, if you would like them. ... more
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Mon Dec 15, 2008
Barbara McDermott answered:
Hi Terry,

A buyer's broker is the broker owner of the company. A buyer's agent is the agent that works under the broker. If you are considering a buyer's agent, look for the agent that is an ABR. That stands for Accredited Buyer's Representative. The agent has extensive education in representing a buyer. Feel free to visit my website a click on the buyer's agent link. Good Luck ... more
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Sat Oct 25, 2008
Arlynn B. Palmer answered:
Hi Letty,

To the best of my knowledge, that home is now owned by the lender. If I can answer any other questions or show you any homes in the surrounding area, please contact me by phone at (516)410-3594 or by email at arlynn@arlynnpalmer.com. Are you thinking about moving to Levittown or buying investment property?

Please visit my website at www.arlynnpalmer.com for FREE Buyer and Seller Reports, FREE School and Neighborhood Reports, my Monthly Newsletter and other valuable real estate information.

Regards,
Arlynn
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Sat Mar 21, 2009
Scott Godzyk answered:
there is no house or address here to check for you, please include an address, thank you
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Fri Feb 11, 2011
Pat Starnes answered:
I recommend you obtain at least three quotes from local insurance agents as rates can vary widely. If you live in a high risk area (known for extreme weather conditions) or have a low credit score, you will pay a higher premium for coverage. Check with both well known national companies as well as an independent agent. To give you a quote, the insurer will need basic information on the property you are buying as well as any past claims you may have had. The agent can explain the types of coverage and deductible choices. It is well advised to ask if there are any exclusions of coverage and to READ your policy once you have obtained homeowners insurance. ... more
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