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Dana, Home Buyer in Philadelphia, PA

what did 736 Bowman Street , moorestown nj 08057 sell for previously?

Asked by Dana, Philadelphia, PA Sun Jan 25, 2009

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Although, this is a very old post, did you get your answer?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Feb 3, 2014
regarding: Thank you both. Actually it is 765 - and i did see the both the other homes on that street.
why do the people think they can buy 777 for 920K then sell it the nxt yr for 1.5??? sounds crazy in this downturn in the market. Do u think just making a low offer is insulting or worth a shot?


all I can say is that it's because people are snots.. snobs and greedy mongers..
they havent a clue what it's like for those who cannot afford but a fraction of
the price they are asking for.. and get this.. their lives can change in a flash and an
in an instant.. For instance you could own a franchise and then woops, it's gone!
you now have to file bankruptcy and sell your half million dollar plus home and move
into an apartment... and grovel and get beneath the pedestal you placed yourself
on and go submitting resumes and knocking on doors for a job paying minimum wage
and wages you would never accept as an owner of a company! Looks like you
just have to go back being frugal as the day is long.. and then you'll realize and
comprehend that not everybody can live in homes with these price tags. .. and just
because you could at one point doesnt make you any better a human being.

Moorestown is over rated.. over priced.. as is the state it is in.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 19, 2011
Take a look at homes on Cox Raod. There are 2 that have similar criteria and better pricing
Flag Sun Apr 29, 2012
Hi Dana,

Unfortunately, in this market, you never know what a seller is willing to take and there is only one way to find out.

A buyer who has been pre-approved with no contingencies is certainly going to be able to acquire the best deal. So my advice is to talk with your lender first and get pre-approved, and then make an offer!

If I can help, don't hesitate to contact. Good luck!

Sincerely,
Rosanne Gentile
Broker - Sales Associate
Weichert, Realtors - Moorestown Office
856 235-1950 x 140
609 680-8490 cell
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 25, 2009
Hi Dana,
#765 sold for $860,000. back in 2002.
Did you see the home already? If so your agent can provide you with recent sales so you can make an informed decision. Making an offer is the only way to discover the sellers' position and willingness to negotiate so go for it once you have all your facts in place.

Elisa Dewees
856-371-5888
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 25, 2009
thank you both. Actually it is 765 - and i did see the both the other homes on that street.
why do the people think they can buy 777 for 920K then sell it the nxt yr for 1.5??? sounds crazy in this downturn in the market. Do u think just making a low offer is insulting or worth a shot?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 25, 2009
Hi Dana,

I am also not finding a property at "736" Bowman. My office did list and sell the home at 777 Bowman. That property did sell for $920,000 on 7/31/2007.

Currently there are two homes for sale, 765 Bowman for $1,295,000 and 777 Bowman for $1,495,000. If you need any further details, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,
Rosanne Gentile
Broker - Sales Associate
Weichert, Realtors - Moorestown Office
856 235-1950 x 140
609 680-8490 cell
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 25, 2009
Do you mean 756? According to the tax records, there are 10 homes on that street but I am not seeing #736.
There are 2 active listings right now: #760 and #765.

Please email me if you find out the home's address and I will send you the history.

Elisa Dewees, Moorestown Realtor
elisa@ElisaDewees.com
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