I spoke with the agent when the home was listed and at that time there he let meknow there were leins on the house that were still being negotiated. It was a good property, and when the leins have been resolved, the house will probably sell. It may end up selling lower, if home prices take another dip. We specialize in Dover, and would be happy to help you.
Find an agent to represent you to explain your options, once you make an offer. A look at the tax records shows how much money is owed and that will give you a good idea, too.
This home, a 2 bedroom end unit townhome, is not an active listing on the MLS anymore. It expired on December 9. It was originally listed at 189,000, and they never reduced it during the term of the listing.
If you like that location, there is another home listed at 98 James Street for $179,000...........it is a short sale.
If you'd like information on 98 James, or any other Dover listings, please let me know.
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