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Old 10-03-2007, 01:53 PM   #21
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were renting a house now... not ready to buy just yet as we may be relocating and dont want the hassle buying a house then selling while moving entails... plus we'd rather buy land and have a house built than purchase a cookie cutter
next house i buy will not be a cookie cutter house that is practicaly on your neighbor
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Old 10-03-2007, 03:07 PM   #22
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This is the type of family I want to target.
Then you'll want to ask your agent/realtor how much more you'd get to leave it furnished with the basics (dining room, living room) for those who would just be renting furniture anyway.

The energy industry is always moving people around for temporary assignments. Thing is, they pay so well for the job the employees tend to go for upscale housing.
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Old 10-04-2007, 07:41 AM   #23
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Keep in mind that depending on location, there are lots of jobs that require temporary relocation. For those folks, they always rent so they don't have to deal with selling the place when they move on to another job in a year or 18 months.
Not always it depends on who you work for. My company will occasionaly offer to pay you a perdiem if the move is only for a year or so and you plan on returning. Otherwise many companies offer relocation packages with strong incentives to purchase homes. Incentives like picking up all your realtor costs-which is super sweet. Some even pay for inspections and closing costs on your new home which allows you more room to negotiate.

Back to topic though there is a market but location location location is the name of the game. You should be able to find the ratio or owners to leasers in your area and also figure out roughly if there are many apartments or if they are leasing houses.
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Old 10-04-2007, 08:05 AM   #24
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Why not but if you credit is okay why not buy your home...well if you need any help or advice I work for a Mortgage Company and I could lead you in the right path....
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