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General Area in Saint Louis : Real Estate Advice

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Thu May 24, 2012
Connie Bequette answered:

First, check your closing papers from when you first bought the should have a survey. If not, St Louis County's website for a plot plan is:

Good luck and please call if you need further assistance. Connie Bequette 314-609-2485
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Mon Mar 26, 2012
Monica Brewer answered:
Marketing and price are the only 2 items that will sell property. I would verify both are consistent with your needs.
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Wed Mar 21, 2012
Greg Bowen answered:
The condo fee for the one on Little Rock Road (B) IS #128 per. What else can I help answer??
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Wed Feb 22, 2012
Ted Wight answered:
Please let me know if you would like some references of lenders who can answer this question better.
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Wed Dec 1, 2010
Ted Wight answered:
This is an apartment building. I do not show anything available to rent in the building right now. You may want to drive by and see if there is a sign.
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Tue Sep 29, 2009
Vernaza answered:
It take a little while to a bank to process a foreclousure, depends of how many are in your area. Some times you need to receive three notificatios, before the sheriff arrives, those notificatios are 4 month apart each other.
Also during this time you can retent your home try to do a modification, the foreclousure precess will slow down, when you take action. try to sale your home, or try to negociate a short refinaciation. There are plenty of thing that you could do. but do not wiat for the sheriff. Take action.
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Wed May 6, 2009
Paul_loefler asked:
I work on behalf of Trulia and I'm interested to know if anyone who is retired has been especially effected by the housing crisis. How has gone/about to go into foreclosure? Difficulti...
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Sat Nov 7, 2009
Marilyn Gibson answered:
I see that your question has been posted for a couple of weeks with no answer. I am a St. Louis native and am not aware of a Lake Sherman anywhere near downtown St. Louis. I also googled "Lake Sherman" and could not find one in Missouri or Illinois. Possibly is it Lake Sherwood or by another name?
There are several small lakes in the outer suburbs of St. Louis, both in Missouri and on the east side of the Mississippi River, in Illinois.
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