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Home Buying in Three Forks : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 4, 2014
Mike Robitaille answered:
Hello fisherfin,

Amanda is correct. The road acess can be bumpy due to snow and eventual washboarding of the road and the bill would be huge to pave it. There are other subdivisions priced similar that are a few miles further west or on the interstate. Look up and see if it suites your needs. Feel free to contact me direct with any questiosn of concerns in the Three Forks area.

Mike Robitaille
Small Dog Realty
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Tue Mar 4, 2014
Mike Robitaille answered:
Hi Michele,

Mike Robitaille here with Small Dog Realty in Bozeman Montana. Please let me know what parameters you are working with and what size piece of land you are interested in. On top of real estate I am also a General Contractor with lots of information and knowledge that may be helpful down the road a little ways.

Feel Free to contact me direct at (406)-599-7610


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Thu Jan 17, 2013
Mark Meissner answered:
Hi Kennedy,

When you say the water situation, what specifically are you interested in? Well depths? Municipal water supply? Flood Zone? Any further information you can provide would be helpful!

Mark Meissner
Sales Associate
ERA Landmark
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Mon Jul 9, 2012
Kelley Halle answered:
One would think so. And some lenders are great to work with and can effectuate a sale very quickly. If a listing agent on a short sale is doing his or her job, lenders are contacted and the wheels put in motion even before the property is listed, which helps with the time issues. A huge factor that can also make a short sale take longer is if there is a second mortgage on the property, in which case the second lender also needs to approve the sale. And if there is mortgage insurance on the loan, the insurance provider wants its piece of the pie as well, causing even further delays! A seasoned agent can help you through the process, and hopefully make it a little less painful! ... more
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Thu Jul 5, 2012
Shannon Scott answered:
A lot for 9.99 acres is going for $7,000
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