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Does anyone know of a lender that will still do 100% financing SISA? The fico is 720.?

on Oct 10, 2012 in Stated Income Loans | 1 comment

Some cool mansion images: Mansion Image by kahunapulej However one more mansion. Can you picture cleaning it? Or paying to heat it? If you would like to see far more houses click right here… A vermiculated sailfin catfish – A pesky burrowing fish …item 2..Armored catfish chewing up South Florida lakes, pill nibbling at homeowners’ wallets (April 20, 2012) .. Image by marsmet471 "If we do nothing, I think eventually we’re going to end up with a sinkhole," said Susanne Ury, president of the Royal Lakes Homeowners Association. ……..***** All images are copyrighted by their respective authors …….. Photo credits .. A vermiculated sailfin catfish. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers/Courtesy / April 21, 2012) . …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. . …..item 1)…. The TF&G Report … Texas Fish & Game … Outdoor News from Around Texas and the World. Invasive Armored Catfish Wreaking Havoc on Florida Waters April 22, 2012 By Robert Gillock – Web News Editor www.fishgame.com/newsblog.php?p=8079#.T5caP7PZIvk An invasive burrowing catfish with no natural predators is wreaking havoc in South Florida–and they are in Texas waters, too. . ………………………………… img code photo … Andrew Cumberland www.fishgame.com/blogs/news/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/ar… Andrew Cumberland with an armored catfish caught from the Guadalupe River near his home on July 12, 2011. …………………………………. . . The armored catfish eats away at local lakes, contributing to erosion that can steal more than 10 feet off the water’s edge. Someone even tried spearfishing in a desperate effort to eliminate them, according to one resident of the Royal Lakes community west of Boynton Beach. “There are some people who get totally upset, and I can understand why,” said Ralph LaPrairie, a fisheries biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. There are some quick fixes, including installing wire mesh or spike rush, a dense aquatic plant. “But that’s not 100 percent foolproof,” LaPrairie warned. More Here… www.sun-sentinel.com/news/palm-beach/boynton-beach/fl-arm… Related Stories Armored Catfish Threatening Texas Waterways Invasive Species Attacking Texas Scientists Study Exotic Species Invasions . . ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… . …..item 2)…. Sun Sentinel … www.sun-sentinel.com/news … Home > News > Boynton Beach Palm Beach County, Boca Raton and now the Treasure Coast Armored catfish chewing up South Florida lakes, nibbling at homeowners’ wallets Repairs can cost million, contractor says By Ben Wolford, Sun Sentinel 6:20 p.m. EDT, April 20, 2012 www.sun-sentinel.com/news/palm-beach/boynton-beach/fl-arm… WEST BOYNTON — A pesky burrowing fish that has no natural predator is wreaking havoc in South Florida. The armored catfish eats away at local lakes, contributing to erosion that can steal more than 10 feet off the water’s edge. Someone even tried spearfishing in a desperate effort to eliminate them, according to one resident of the Royal Lakes community west of Boynton Beach. Surveillance Video: Check out these videos of crimes caught on camera "There are some people who get totally upset, and I can understand why," said Ralph LaPrairie, a fisheries biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. There are some quick fixes, including installing wire mesh or spike rush, a dense aquatic plant. "But that’s not 100 percent foolproof," LaPrairie warned. There are more reasons than one to take on this fish fight. "One, it’s a safety issue. Two, it’s a curb-appeal issue," said Chip Sollins, owner of Lake Erosion Restoration, a contractor in Boca Raton. Any permanent solution carries a hefty pricetag, as the small community of Royal Lakes is discovering. Hiring a contractor would cost as much as 0,000, and an assessment to pay for it likely would spark controversy. "If we do nothing, I think eventually we’re going to end up with a sinkhole," said Susanne Ury, president of the Royal Lakes Homeowners Association....

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