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Peter Chapman, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Peter Chapman answered:
As a builder, with one to two acres of land to build on what is the most desirable house to build?
Large colonials with many bathrooms, spacious bedrooms, a full bath on the first floor and laundry on the second floor.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Dec 6, 2014 Investment Properties in Wilton
Babita Singh, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Babita Singh answered:
Property with rock in basement will it have safety and resale issue ?
Hi Uma,
Rock in a basement might have issue for the future buyers. If you have checked RADON and there is NO WATER ISSUE then you can cover it at least from 3 sides so it will become a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 3, 2013 Home Buying in Wilton
Minna Reid, Real Estate Pro in 06107
Minna Reid answered:
If the property is a short sale ,should I go below the listed price ? Say for 650K what should be the offer I should put in ?
The listing price should not determine your offer amount. You should write an offer based in the market value of the home. Your Realtor can run a CMA and advise you.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Oct 24, 2012 Home Buying in Wilton
Annmarie Del…, Real Estate Pro in Ridgefield, CT
Annmarie Del Franco answered:
Property next to Train Station and public parking? Property appraisal issue?Safety Issue?
Hi Sally,
Great question, thank you. This is a Petticoat Junction Train Station that offer FREE parking. There are about 140 spaces in total and I have never seen the lot full. As f ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Oct 17, 2012 Home Buying in Wilton
Lisa Jones, Real Estate Pro in Fairfield County, CT
Lisa Jones answered:
In CT. does the buyer's attorney or seller's attorney make the contract for selling/buying a house?
Hi Suzanne,
I am a Wilton resident and agent here....welcome to the home buying process here in Wilton.The answer below is correct....in Fairfield County (including Wilton), the actual ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 21, 2012 Home Buying in Wilton
Richard Breg…, Real Estate Pro in Greenwich, CT
Richard Breglia answered:
Will offering the existing loan amount on a forclosure home be good enough to get the house?
Maybe people are forgetting something? Houses go into foreclosure for lack of payment by the borrower. Not because they are underwater although thats the case in most instances. People ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Oct 14, 2011 Home Buying in Wilton
Lisa Jones, Real Estate Pro in Fairfield County, CT
Lisa Jones answered:
If a home sells for twice its appraised value, does the town raise the appraisal?
Dear Kit,
I missed your question a while back and the answer is as follows; my colleague below was right to say revaluation take place every 10 years, but the entire answer has more pa ... more
1 vote Share Flag Wed Mar 23, 2011 Home Buying in Wilton
Ninfa Valella, Real Estate Pro in Wilton, CT
Ninfa Valella answered:
Can I tap the equity from my fully-paid for home in Wilton to buy a condo in Florida? If yes, how do I do that?
Speak to our mortgage officer in the Wilton office - Michael Lubell at 203-515-6539 there is no obligation and he would be happy to answer any of your questions.
Hope this helps.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 9, 2010 Home Buying in 06897
Don Fabrizio…, Real Estate Pro in Danbury, CT
Don Fabrizio-Garcia answered:
If the default loan on a forclosure home is $600.000 can I come in and offer that? and get the house?
Typically, when banks are selling homes they have foreclosed on, they seek to sell for at or just a bit below current market value. The banks, when listing their foreclosed properties f ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jun 10, 2009 Home Buying in Wilton
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