RE agents and L/O's - Posted by Kevin (NE IL)


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Posted by Kevin (NE IL) on December 09, 1998 at 23:07:46:

…my gud ejukashun.


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RE agents and L/O’s - Posted by Kevin (NE IL)

Posted by Kevin (NE IL) on December 07, 1998 at 12:28:27:

I’m looking for ideas on doing an L/O on a commercial property listed with a realtor. I dought the realtor would be enthusiastic about it unless she can be compensated in the process. I would like to do an L/O in order to develope some of the down payment and improve the business at the same time, and then be able to show management experience to a lender if and when I do purchase. The property has been owned for three years by its current owners, who are carrying a 5yr. balloon, so I dought a long-term lease will fly… Any ideas?


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Re: RE agents and L/O’s - Posted by EnglishTeechur

Posted by EnglishTeechur on December 07, 1998 at 20:08:59:

Dought?


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Re: RE agents and L/O’s - Posted by Kevin (NE IL)

Posted by Kevin (NE IL) on December 08, 1998 at 14:14:33:

I doubt that dought is the correct spelling of doubt. Please don’t tell my wife; she has a Master’s in language arts - although I had to convince her that the word is drowned, not drownded. At our house, language arts is a Picasso kind of thing. Now, I hope I spelled all of this correctly.


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Re: RE agents and L/O’s - Posted by Eric (NH)

Posted by Eric (NH) on December 08, 1998 at 22:53:08:

Is this your final draught?


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Re: RE agents and L/O’s - Posted by eye dout et

Posted by eye dout et on December 08, 1998 at 14:36:48:

wut arr ya, dumm?