I would like to suggest if your selling your property make sure you dont leave your husband alone with cindy because she will have an affair with him she in the wrong profession she needs to work in vegas!!!!!
I'd like to express that I have been using Realty Authority since April 2011 which is owned by
Mrs. Camille Milke and she has been doing a great service to me and my wife in handling our
needs as sellers of our house which is located in the Albuquerque NW area. She has been taking
care of all necessary transactions to make sure everything goes smoothly, so we as sellers don't
have to be so concern that nothing goes wrong. She conducts herself with extreme
professionalism in being good at what she does in her field of expertise. I would recommend
her business to any person's or families who needs to have a good Broker to sell their
home. Thank you Reality Authority and Mrs. Milke for doing what you do best!!
Mr. Nelson Carey
Shrader offered to purchase homes in Hamilton County from
consumers who needed to sell their properties quickly. Rather
than purchase the home outright, Shrader convinced the
homeowner to create a trust, name Shrader as the trustee,
and then assign all beneficial interest in the trust to Shrader.
In return, Shrader promised to lease/option the house to
tenants who needed to improve their credit. Shrader collected
rents and then ultimately failed to make mortgage payments.
In recent months, an increased number of real estate professionals have reported their listings being scraped and used for rental scams. Scammers are reposting the listing information on Internet sites, such as Craigslist, and claiming the home is for-rent, not for-sale. The perpetrator will often tell the renter that the home is unavailable for a showing. Unsuspecting renters who are lured to the low rental price will make deposits to rent the property only to find out later that the home was never available for rent. Then the listing will quickly disappear off the Internet.
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.
Than you for posting this Karen., ..on the 2nd photo, I didn't know you were going to pliubsh this one with Mike Harker's write up. We had a little BBQ at my ranch yesterday, kind of our own, very un-official Mike Harker memorial deal, just kinda came together at the last minute. BEFORE anybody chimes in here about Timmie Guckes's catalina run in under 1 hour in 1966, pulled by Bob Nordskog, (hands out front, behind a 18 ft. flat bottom, btw) You will not find this in the record books as whoever was running the race that year would not recognize it as a record because they didn't do it in the boat they started with. Seem's the 1st boat wasn't running up to par so they turned around after they had started, dropped Tim, switched boats an headed out again, and finished in 54 minutes. Tim ran into Bob a few years back, sez Bob was still upset they didn't give them the official record back then.
Maybe we will skip Rose's place at the end of the month and come visit you... I want that BAD...lol. Just kidding Rose. Gail... you are truly ainamzg. I know I keep saying that, but you truly are. I am in awe of your talents and how you can think the project through and not be afraid to tackle the sticky things. I think it would have been out to the curb before the lid made it's way to the top. I predict this is going to be up there amongst your other winners... in mags, pinned a million times... this one is going to put you into the Hall of Fame for DIY'ers. Great job Buddy.Hugs, DebPS... I already pinned and will be sure to share.
Loved loved loved this from got our Thelma and Louise on' to stopping for road suplipes to Maid of the Mist merriment. Great memories in the making, thanks for bringing us along. I've been a couple times, including taking my 14 year old brother and his friend the summer I graduated from university. Have to admit I was always jealous that Canada had the uniquely shaped Horseshoe Falls and the US just had the plain old straight falls, lol! And Drie Culturen, I would LOVE to see Victoria Falls.