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Old 08-23-2007, 07:29 PM
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kits - I was under the impression that regardless of model type in the newer areas, the bond was the same ? I thought that was what my VLS agent told me... it'd be good to confirm one way or the other...
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Old 08-23-2007, 08:27 PM
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The bond is financed. It is financed for a 30 year period around 6% +or-. You can pay off the bond when you purchase your home or once a year at tax time. An initial bond might be say $16,000. You would pay around $1,000 to say $1100. per year on your tax bill for the bondl. If you go to www.sumtertaxcollector.com then you can do a little research as to tax bills and what is paid. Another good site is the sumter county appraisers officewww.qpublic.net/sumter/ These two sites helped me realize just what all I would have to pay to live in TV.
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