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By National Realty Centers
(National Realty Centers)
26516 Somerset Drive, Inkster, MI Get Directions Click Here Description Photos Maps & Local Schools Print Brochure $ Click for current price 3 BEDROOMS | 1 (1 full ) BATHROOMS | 944 SQUARE FEET For 24 Hour Information: 888-866-9430 ext. 26516 Beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 full, 1 half bath home. Hardwood floors throughout (except kitchen). New bay window in February 2015 made of birch and pine. Window air conditioner in dining room that cools the whole upstairs! Birch tree in front and beautiful shade in back yard! Within the last 10 years furnace/water heater, newer roof, and block windows in basement! Westland Schools! Close to shopping and entertainment too! Being sold as is! This home won't last at under $43K! Follow This Home! Presented By: Marjorie A Taurianen National Realty Centers, I...
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By Craig Snead, Real Estate Investor
(Quality Home Investments, LLC / Dearborn Heights, MI)
Inkster MI police department first in the state to use mobile spike strip. This story was originally reported on Local 4 news back in August of 2010. Many police departments will use spike strips to slow down a vehicle that is fleeing from the law. A spike strip is just that, a strip with spikes in it that is laid out across a road with the intent of having a fleeing vehicle drive over the spikes to puncture their tires and stop the car or truck. This requires at least one or two officers to be ahead of any fleeing car and hopefully get the spike strip positioned on the road in front of the vehicle before it passes by. BUT, they also have to pull the strip out of the roadway BEFORE any police car that is in pursuit runs over the strip as well. This can be done by one or two officers pul...
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By Russ Ravary ~ Metro Detroit Realtor call (248) 310-6239, Michigan homes for sale ~ yesmyrealtor@gmail.com
(Real Estate One)
Dear Mr. Lawyer, As you can tell by now is that I'm not that impressed with your skills in the real estate field.  You cost our cleint money, you were unprepared and unknowledgeable in the field you were practicing in.  I have dealt with lots of attorneys that were good and knew what they were doing. You my friend scared the poor client.  You made her nervous.  Your job as an attorney is too protect her and make her feel comfortable.  Not scare her. Lastly I have to complain about your negotiating skills.  Unfortunately you don't know anything about banks and foreclosures.  They are in the drivers seat.  You wait for them to sign and you have to sign their addendums as is.  No crossing out their paragraphs. Now let's go over our deal.  Our client had the cash money, wanted the house.  Y...
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If you have been thinking of putting a little money into real estate investments you may like the idea of being able to make a nice return on your investment, but are not sure just how it all works.   Can you get your money back if you need it?   For many people the real estate market is a wise place to put their money. It's a mostly stable market that is based on something tangible - real estate, which will always have value.   But in many people's mind investing in real estate means purchasing a piece of property. That is a lot of paperwork and responsibility. And what happens if you need that money? Perhaps you need a medical procedure or someone in the family desperately needs some funds. What would you do? It's very hard to sell a piece of real estate quickly, so your money could b...
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By Russ Ravary ~ Metro Detroit Realtor call (248) 310-6239, Michigan homes for sale ~ yesmyrealtor@gmail.com
(Real Estate One)
I took some first time home buyers out last week.  They did not know what to ask or what they should be looking for. I told them they should be looking to see if the house fits their needs. Is the layout right?  (Are the bedrooms all on the same floor?  Do you need space from your spouse?  Do you want the living room close to your kitchen?) Are the major items new, updated or in good shape?  ( how old is the roof, furnace, air conditioner?)  Has the windows and the kitchen been updated? What needs to be fixed, replaced or work done on.  (does the house need painting, carpeting) The first time homebuyers should be ranking each house.  If they are not interested in the house cross it off the list.  But if you are somewhat interested in the home write notes on the listing.  Keep the listin...
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