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Brian Knight, Home Buyer in 38122

? good area, ? owners leave, ? the commute to SW 10th near Jefferson and Burnside area? Taxes? hidden costs?

Asked by Brian Knight, 38122 Sat Mar 21, 2009

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Yep Brian....

Sold. sorry.

This is not the best place to find data and the best home info. You need a realtor. Hey I know one.

try and try our Map search. That is updated 2-3 times per day and is accurate!

Best Wishes;

Dirk Knudsen
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This sold 12/9 2008 for $950,000. Need any more information?

Tom Inglesby, Broker
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Mar 21, 2009
I do believe this is a typo (don't know if Realty Trac of Trulia transposed some numbers). I found a e-flyer from an existing or former listing stating the price as $1,099,000 (almost $109,900) :-) . At the time the property was listed by Anne Stewart of Keller Williams (503-804-1466), if you wanted more info. If it is no longer on the Realtor's multiple listing web site, then it may have sold, been withdrawn from the market or ??? I'm also sorry we couldn't be of more assistance but do agree with June, if you are interested in purchasing Portland, OR area property, I would find a compatible agent to help with the process. It's a great deal with no cost to you!!!
Janeese Jackson, Principal Broker
Real Estate Resource
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Hello Brian,

Thank you for your question. I wish I could be of more assistance at this time.

This home is listed on Realty Trak but not on our RMLS. You are like the fish wanting to pounce on the delicious bait dangled in front of you. Realty Trak is about to sink the hook in. However, before you bite please know this; Realty Trak is an information site and they'll want you to pay to get the information they have. Typically Realty Trak won't list the information in full. Often they'll list what's owed on the property for either the first or the 2nd or maybe only the penalties and fees. They also don't necessarily have all the info , but just enough to catch your interest to get you to purchase that information. What many don't know is that your realtor can obtain the same information and will give you the service you deserve. Anyone wanting to purchase a short sale should be well committed to and represented by a Realtor who is familiar with the process because there is a lot of due diligence involved. You may need someone to lead you through it all unless you're an experienced investor who has done quite a bit of this. The Realtor will have access to the NOD info and will be able to help you through the process and the benefit to you is that they will have a fiduciary responsibility to you, their client and you can have confidence they will help you cover all the bases and navigate the way through all the red tape.

It would be highly unlikely that you'll be able to purchase this property for this amount. In fact, I'd bet my neighbors flowers on it! :) So before you plan your commute you'll need to invest some time looking for a good agent you will commit to- one who will spend the hours and hours it takes to help you through the short sale process.

For more information you may visit my web site to make further contact.

June Lizotte, Real Estate Broker
Providing REAL Service
Prudential NW Properties
6400 SE Lake Rd., Suite 200
Portland, OR 97222
503-310-8032 (mobile)
503-212-2727 (office)
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This appears to be an old listing that is no longer on the market. It appears to have been purchased in late December of 2008. It appears it would be approximately a 10 miles commute to the SW 10th & Jefferson area.

Please don't hesitate to give me a call if I can be of any help in your search.
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