What subdivision are you speaking about? There are several in Blue Bell with fees.
Carol Cei,Realtor, ePRO
Re/Max Platinum Club
Five Star Professional
ReMax Action Realty
All three of these areas have well rated school districts. If the school district is one of your prime motivators. Call the school you are thinking about and arrange a tour. Nothing beats looking for yourself.
Talk to a realtor then Pick a few houses in each area, ride around and look at them, consider your commute, shopping, schools and amenities (parks, gyms., pools, medical ctr, where your friends & family live, etc).... more
I do believe it is. I would have to do a little more digging to be 100% positive, but I have shown a home in there before and think I remember it being gated. Let me know if you want to take a look at any homes in the area and Ill be glad to help firstname.lastname@example.org... more
I am a realtor in the area and I also live in the country club. Call me and I'll explain everything about the club.
Top agent at Coldwell Banker Preferred BB... more
The condition of the home could be evaluated by a home inspector if you found one that meets yours needs. Some weathered is not the same as bad condition. Give me a call and we can discuss in further detail.
Coldwell Banker Preferred
267 465 6019... more
In my opinion Yes, it is okay to make the offer. There is no such thing as a bad offer. It helps the seller get a feel for what the markets expectations are. Opens up a dialogue between the Buyer and Seller. It helps educated the Buyer about what the market will bear. Offers are good!!!
Gregory S. Parker, CRS
Coldwell Banker Realty Professionals
2924 Swede Road
East Norriton, PA 19401
Office 610-277-5000 Ext. 249
It's difficult to generalize when talking about what to offer for a house. It depends on where the home is priced, is it dramatically overpriced? Is it at fair market value? I don't think $40,000 below asking price is too low to start your offer. Have your real estate agent give their opinion on what the house is worth in todays market. You should use sold house from the past 3 months and if necessary go back 6 months. If the house is dramatically overpriced $40,000 may be to low of a reduction in the asking price.... more
Many homeowners were part of a lawsuit against Builder. Builder offered compensation and many homes in that development were entire redone on exterior. Seller's disclosure from Owner should provide data as to that particular dwelling.... more
Do you have an agent? An agent can answer all of those questions and more. Every buyer should have an agent. Oxford of Blue Bell was an apartment complex that has been refurbished & turned into a condominium/townhouse community. There are many answers to your question. Are you talking to the management team selling the conversions or is this a resale? A resale in Oxford more than likely would offer or accept a seller assist ( under the right circumstances). My office is in Blue Bell & I have serviced this area for over 20 years. Contact me at 610-220-7508 for more information. Be happy to assist you. If you have an agent , you should contact them for the answers. By the way, Blue Bell was voted 14th best place to live by Forbes magazine in 2004!!... more
I would say that they have the right to continue marketing until everything is signed sealed and delivered. The buyer is not locked into anything even though they verbally agree and they can walk before the seller signs the contract. If I represented the seller i would not put the home under contract until I had the buyer locked in (in writing).
Andrew Himes, CRS, ABR, e-PRO
Prudential Fox & Roach Collegeville... more
Prices seem to be falling within a range. Depending on the section of Blue Bell CC, either selling for mid-to-high $300's or mid-to-high $400's. If you are interested in discussing this further, please contact me directly through this forum.... more