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Yesterday at 8:06pm
Newgee101 asked:
Yesterday at 7:35pm
Blondie_me025 asked:
Is this house up for current foreclosure or was the posting of the house from the foreclosure of the house back in 2011? If it is up for current foreclosure/bank owned, how much is the…
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Yesterday at 7:08pm
Ladykei answered:
As a note, he lives 8 minutes away at his parents' house because he has a daughter, and it's best he maintains his residence there for her because she has her own room. We both lead busy lives, and he doesn't keep ANY belongings here aside from a toothbrush and a spare set of boxers. He does not receive mail here, he doesn't pay any bills. He doesn't even take showers here (because the shower head is too short for him and he's picky).

The apartment complex has a strict parking situation, where you can be ticketed and towed if you don't have a residency tag, or a parking permit with a maximum of two weeks on it. Therefore, I have to go pick one up every two weeks simply so he can stay the night a few times a week, sporadically. If he does come over, it's at 7PM most of the time, and he leaves for work at 5:30AM. He spends SO LITTLE TIME here, that it is ridiculous for him to go on my lease, and it's equally ridiculous for me to simply get a parking pass for him every day he sporadically decides to come visit.

The landlord apparently has decided that if I keep getting two week parking passes back to back, that MUST mean he's living here full time. I'm a paralegal by profession, and that's outrageous.
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Yesterday at 6:57pm
B967cameron asked:
buying a lot in Port Charlotte in flood zone.AE
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Yesterday at 6:34pm
Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

Yes, it is possible to buy another home.

I would need more details.

You are welcome to get in touch with me if you have any questions or would like help with this. ... more
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Yesterday at 6:32pm
Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

There is no age limit.

You are welcome to get in touch with me if you have any questions or would like help with this.
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Yesterday at 6:29pm
Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

It is possible to get a 203k done in about 6 weeks. I can lend nationwide.

You are welcome to get in touch with me if you have any questions or would like help with this. ... more
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Yesterday at 6:25pm
Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

We can do a 203k loan nationwide.

You are welcome to get in touch with me if you have any questions or would like help with this.
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Yesterday at 6:06pm
Gregg Pomeroy answered:
Hello, I'm a mortgage professional.

We have FHA programs with very lienant guidelines.

I should be able to help you with this.

You are welcome to get in touch with me if you have any questions or would like help with this. ... more
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Yesterday at 5:47pm
Jgage asked:
Area! Appreciate all postings you have given us from the southwest to the Pacific Northwest. My wife and I want to Focus on the Puget Sound area, including its islands. Just wanted to let…
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Yesterday at 5:23pm
Karen answered:
No law states what acre requirements but rule of thumb is 2 acres for 1 horse and 1 acre for additional horses but depends on size of horses. This gives sufficient pasture for grazing and less chance of bare land mud ect. But remember to place proper grazing seeds in bare areas. Do your research on proper and different types. ... more
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Yesterday at 5:18pm
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Yesterday at 5:12pm
Scott Godzyk answered:
This is the q and a section, customer service may not see your post. Trulia does not edit listings. You can scroll to the help center to submit an email to cust service. You can also ask Tanya to delete her ad. Try clicking your name, go to listings and click edit ... more
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Yesterday at 5:09pm
Scott Godzyk answered:
In pre foreclosure just means they are behind and the foreclosure process ha started. Many times owners cant sell as they owe more than it is worth. You can not make them respond if they dont want to or cant sell. The bank does not own it, so they cant sell it either. ... more
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Yesterday at 4:51pm
A asked:
We are building multiple houses in north San Diego area. I am looking for a whole sellers in southern California for construction material. We have looked at Dixie line in San Diego.
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Yesterday at 4:43pm
Igrathke answered:
I've placed three offers like this. All included an escalation clause. The clause allowed the sellers agent to disclose my offer, and use it in the calculation for final purchase price. When I won the third offer and got to see that my only other competition was a co-worker of the listing agent my heart broke. I now like lawyers more than real estate agents. My next offer will be a fair price and I will insist that my offer not be used in any type of bidding war. I'm driving up prices in a seller's market by attempting to use these escalation clauses. I no longer want to know who the competition is or how much they are willing to pay. ... more
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