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help, need boxes
posted by Brian Cole on June 5th, 2012 9:17 AM
Meriimp,Do you still have any more boxes left? We are moving into the neighborhood from Allandale in early July and can return the boxes after we are done to be re-used. We need mostly wardrobe and dish boxes, but can use all types.
Your water is running, and you could get a HUGE fine!
posted by schroed on August 18th, 2010 11:45 PM
Twice I've had gushers very much like meriimp describes in the southwest corner of my property. The first one I fixed just by re-attaching, but for the second one that had actual broken parts I had fellow Muellerite Robyn fix it. As I mentioned, she did so for a fair price: a reasonable hourly rate plus her actual cost for parts. How much it costs you would depend on how broken yours is. Also very cool that she is local and rides her bike to your house, complete with panniers full of most everything she needs!This contact info from another thread:
When to let someone into the pool...
posted by langhugh on June 1st, 2009 9:55 AM
Felicia, It sounds like you're speaking from experience, but we need to clarify this ASAP. As meriimp suggested, could this have been on the documents we signed when we picked up our pool keys? Everything I have read John (JAGSAT/JETTASPAW) relay here ()and heard Jennifer Harvey mention in passing conversation. supports the "POA Members Only/No Guests" policy...per my memory (which may be faulty). Dusty
Re: Meritage flying through affordable yard house list
posted by lee on March 19th, 2009 8:41 AM
I'm in an affordable Applewhite, too, and am looking for a good dining table. I have hopes of seating more than 4 people - Ikea has a white round one with a leaf insert - but with meriimp's description that might be a little cramped when expanded. I also considered moving the laundry. I can't believe Meritage didn't. Was it pretty easy to do? Moving the vent and water hookup seems costly, at least I'd have to hire a professional. I wish it could be a DIY project.
First-time homebuyer tax credit
posted by Ms Ice Monkey on February 27th, 2009 11:51 AM
Meriimp, I've been curious but have not yet done the research... I take it from your post that the new $8,000 non-loan tax credit was not made retroactive to replace the existing $7500 loan/tax credit? I'm happy to have the earlier credit, but the new is so much better it makes me wish we didn't buy when we did.
Phase II affordable needs lender advice - HELP!
posted by Siebrise on October 25th, 2008 10:39 AM
meriimp,We are closing on an affordable row house in a few days, and months ago, we ran into a similar situation (i.e., the numbers not seeming to match). I don't know if your situation is the same as ours was regarding the GFE (and I don't know how much the changes in interest rates that Ed mentioned in his post might have come into play in your GFE--and they certainly will over time), but I figured out later what had at first seemed to me to be a discrepancy in our paperwork. Toward the end (about page 30 or so) of the packet we received from Priority after applying for the loan, a paragraph titled "Annual Percentage Rate" explained that"The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the cost of the loan in percentage terms taking into account various loan charges of which interest is only one such charge.... The APR is ... generally higher than the interest rate shown on your Mortgage/Deed of Trust Note."The result was that the "APR" listed on some paperwork was higher than the "note interest rate" listed on other paperwork, and our estimated monthly payment listed on some paperwork seemed higher than that listed on other paperwork, but it was simply a matter of when and where the mortgage insurance, etc., was added in--after the quoted "note rate" and its corresponding "lower" estimated monthly payment (which did not already have the mortgage insurance, etc., added in) or before the quoted "APR" and its corresponding "higher" estimated monthly payment (which did already have the mortgage insurance, etc., added in).What compounded my befuddlement was that all those costs are not itemized on all the paperwork. I figured it out only after subtracting the "lower" estimate from the "higher" estimate and discovering that the difference equaled, to the penny, the additional costs itemized on the lower estimate that were added in afterward.The bottom line (if your situation is similar to ours) is that the APR and the actual note rate are two different things. We are first-time home buyers and didn't know this.
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