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John Valdez, Real Estate Pro in Hartford County, CT
John Valdez answered:
Is the lower level of a raised ranch considered a basement and is it counted in the total square footage?
I agree with the other answers of checking with town records; however, when it is appraised, FHA appraisers do not recognize finished basement space in the total square footage regardle ... more
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Nicholle McK…, Real Estate Pro in Berlin, CT
Nicholle McKiernan answered:
If a condominium has a lower level with a walk out finished basement, is it legal to use it as a bedroom?
Hi Laura,
I was just reading your question and recalled a similar situation when I sold a house a few years ago up at Pepperbush in Newington. I would recommend that you speak with yo ... more
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Nicholle McK…, Real Estate Pro in Berlin, CT
Nicholle McKiernan answered:
Any recommendations on licensed home inspectors in the Newington area?
Hi Jasmin,
I use Schaffer Home Inspectors for the owner has been in business for years and is always available to answer questions. They also will accomodate night and weekend appoint ... more
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Mack McCoy, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Mack McCoy answered:
Are houses at the bottom of a hill more prone to flooding?
Yes. Houses at the bottom of a hill are more prone to flooding than houses at the top of a hill.

But, Kevin's answer is better!
1 vote Share Flag Tue Oct 19, 2010 Home Buying in Newington
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