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Longboat Key, FL

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    Top articles:

    North Dakota only allows judicial or in court foreclosures. This means that when a bank believes tha...
    » ND   » Foreclosure05/02/2008
     
    During the whole process of buying a home a real estate agent serves as the guide and mentor. When y...
    » VA   » Construction04/01/2010
     
    Indiana is a strictly judicial state, when it comes to foreclosure laws. This means that is only han...
    » IN   » Foreclosure05/03/2008
     
    The usual time from beginning of foreclosure process, to the sale by the auctioneer in this state is...
    » MD   » Foreclosure05/03/2008
     
    A quarter of Chicago-area homeowners with mortgages owe more on the loan than their property is wort...
    » IL   » Mortgage03/08/2011
     
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    If South Florida was the capital of mortgage fraud, Victor Wolf’s home was arguably the epicenter, c...
    » FL   » Real Estate news02/27/2012
     
    South Florida’s housing crash may be old news, but recent data offer some valuable perspective. ...
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    Real estate agents

      

    John Allen


     
      

    Deby Mascolino


     
      

    Annette Smith


     
      

    Joe, Missy, Sandy, and Joe Cleary


     
      

    Jim Vitale


     
      

    Marie Black


     
      

    Julie Stalnaker


     
      

    Mike Sarasota


     
      

    Gregg Rappaport


     
      

    Barbara Corbett


     
      

    Diane & Bill Gregory


     
      

    Judy Falkenthal


     
      

    Nicki Conway


     
      

    Charlene Welander


     
      

    William True


     
      

    Tom Ford


     
      

    Jim Hanrahan


     
      

    Frank Harris


     
      

    Gigi Silverberg


     
      

    Frank Verdel


     
      

    Sharon Freeman


     
      

    Perry J. Corneau


     
      

    Genie Barlan


     

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    Servi

    REALTOR: Gregg Rappaport
     
    All the points James Kwak meitnons are true. But one catch one that adds to the utility of owning is that many of the risks of the owner, of the landlord, in a rental are passed on to tenants anyway at least in absurdly overpriced markets like New York or Boston or San Francisco. The New York City government goes to considerable lengths to prop up the housing market, trying to keep the housing bubble inflated, insulating landlords from competition, packing supposedly impartial agencies (like New York's Rent Guidelines Board) with predominantly pro-landlord decision-makers.Housing prices decline, landlords raise rents. Fuel costs go up 5%, landlords raise rents 10%. Unit is rent-stabilized, landlord paints and sands, calls unit remodeled and takes it off rent-stabilization. Asymmetries in information abound. Landlords, especially larger ones (and by that I mean any landlord large enough to make a living off renting), will likely (if they are rational) put in a good deal of effort to be informed both about the specifics of his or her property and about the general market. Tenants must devote their resources elsewhere. Landlords are comparatively organized and concentrated in their lobbying power. Years ago, Harvard law professor Duncan Kennedy suggested Boston institute a housing ombudsman to allow tenants to appeal rent increases that often exceeded 10%. Great idea, went nowhere.I've been a tenant for over 20 years. I've had perhaps two good landlords in that time (out of over 15). Admittedly, I've been a tenant in two terrible markets most of that time Boston and New York. People I know in other regions have better tales. My conviction is that landlords make a business of taking advantage of less-informed, less-advantaged tenants. The term landlord has feudal roots it's a feudal institution.
    read more... 07/24/2013

    Ren

    REALTOR: Deby Mascolino
     
    something. I always pass the word on to FB and twitetr so I hope my friends are shopping as well. Okay, to wrap up I LOVE BelleChic! Thank you for bringing this site to me, and everyone else!
    read more... 07/24/2013

    Alexandr

    REALTOR: Joe, Missy, Sandy, and Joe Cleary
     
    One of your best posts yet! You forgot the boxes in the cloest under the stairs. I now have several shelves of children's books at my office at school. Oh well, I've always admitted to being a book whore.
    read more... 07/24/2013

    Inna

    REALTOR: Joe, Missy, Sandy, and Joe Cleary
     
    The real way is to The real way is to wait until a month before they are going to focolrese on you. Then file chapter 13. This will force these bank PONZI scammer to prove they own it before a federal judge!If they don't have a WET INK SIGNED COPY OF THE MORTGAGE YOU SIGNED! You owe them nothing. It is up to them to prove to you they own your home. Not you prove you owe them. Don't offer them anything, INCLUDING ANY PAPER WORK YOU SIGNED! STOP BEING SCAMMED BY PONZI CRIMINAL BANKERS. +1Was this answer helpful?
    read more... 07/20/2013

    Hasan

    REALTOR: Jim Hanrahan
     
    i will often use a i will often use a license aeaprispr to validate the correct value on the property. Most BPO's are done by agents that do not have enough experience nor a license to value a property. Also it helps for you to speak with the BPO agent. With 2nd lenders?»? when not accepting 1st lien payoff offer, you should ask 1st lien holder if buyer or seller can help with payoff, if so negotiate with 2nd. I've been able to close many transactions using this method. Was this answer helpful?
    read more... 05/01/2012
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