Hi Jacqueline, it is not for sale. If you are a serious Buyer, I would be happy to do research and advise. Feel free to email me at email@example.com
Have a good weekend!
Eric Axelson, Associate Broker
Kurfiss Sotheby's International Realty
Hello, I'd like to answer your question but would need some additional information. Do you have a question regarding a home on Stocton Rd or the home featured in the link? In addition, what question(s) might I be able to answer for you?
Chris Nelson, ABR
Philadelphia Magazine Five Star Award 2012, 2013
This home’s listing agent can tell you more about this place that I can (and probably will know a lot about similar properties in the area). You can email the agent from listing page using the orange “Contact Agent” button to the right of the home photos.
Or, you can look for other local agents on Trulia here: http://www.trulia.com/voices/directory/
Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help with anything else. I am happy to be a resource for you. Good luck with the search!
Having a home on the National Register of Historical Places will definitely limit what can be done to the property. You must conform to certain regulations regarding exterior renovations, colors, etc. Whether or not the taxes will be affected is determined by the municipality, however, I haven't seen that happen.
Many years ago I had to do an appraisal assignment on such a home. As it turned out, there was no significant difference in value (based upon local data) between a home on the historical register and one which was not. Often, this is something of a prestige factor.
If I can help you with anything else, please let me know..
All the best,
Carol Cei, ePRO, Realtor
ReMax Hall of Fame and Platinum Club
Five Star Professional
ReMax Action Realty
Hello Home Buyer,
In order to determine what you can comfortably afford to purchase; you first should speak with a mortgage broker or banker as they can then give you a pre-qualification letter stating the amount you are good for to obtain a loan. They will also discuss with you the different types of loans available that you would qualify for.
Afterwards, is the time to begin interviewing local real estate agents to assist you in finding the home that best suits your needs and desires. Choose who you feel you can be comfortable with and who is knowledgeable and experienced in the market you are interested in.
Note that you do not have to work with the lender you initially spoke with as your agent may have some good recommendations for lenders too.
Hope that helps.
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It actually is under agreement waiting for some contingencies to be met by the buyer. If you are interested in accurate information about properties I can either email them to you or send you a smart phone app where you can search on your on. Please let me know if I can help you in any way. Have a nice Memorial Day Holiday.... more
Are you working with a Realtor right now. If so they would be able to provide you with that information.
Also you would need to be pre-qualified by a mortgage lender before a Realtor will show you houses. If you are seriously looking to buy a home I would talk to either a Realtor or a mortgage lender to get the process started.
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