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  1. Can I take out a home loan for land and a manufactured loan? – Natural home and garden products make your home
    14-11-2010 by divinapala
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  2. Purchasing Investment Properties - Pro Provides Guidance On Acquiring Rental House
    25-01-2011 by luciano84davidso and 2 others
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  3. Acquiring Investment Properties - Professional Provides Tips On Getting Rental House
    25-01-2011 by luciano84davidso and 2 others
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  4. Purchasing Investment Properties - Professional Offers Assistance On Purchasing Rental House
    25-01-2011 by luciano84davidso
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  5. Purchasing Investment Properties - Professional Offers Tips On Acquiring Rental House
    25-01-2011 by luciano84davidso and 2 others
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  6. A lease is a contract calling for the lessee (user) to pay the lessor (owner) for use of an asset. A rental agreement is a lease in which the asset is tangible property. Leases for intangible property could include use of a computer program (similar to a
    17-03-2011 by jinklass
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  7. Leases for intangible property could include use of a computer program (similar to a license, but with different provisions), or use of a radio frequency (such as a contract with a cell-phone provider). A gross lease is when the tenant pays a flat rental
    17-03-2011 by jinklass
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  8. A lease should be contrasted to a license, which may entitle a person (called a licensee) to use property, but which is subject to termination at the will of the owner of the property (called the licensor). An example of a licensor/licensee relationship i
    17-03-2011 by ryanlaila21
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  9. A lease should be contrasted to a license, which may entitle a person (called a licensee) to use property, but which is subject to termination at the will of the owner of the property (called the licensor). An example of a licensor/licensee relationship i
    17-03-2011 by jinklass
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  10. Under normal circumstances, owners of property are at liberty to do what they want with their property (for a lawful purpose), including dealing with it or handing over possession of the property to a tenant for a limited period of time. If an owner has s
    17-03-2011 by jinklass
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