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Home Buying in Boothwyn : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 19, 2015
Marcia J. Reynolds asked:
I just rated my agent, intending to submit a very favorable rating. In my haste, I misunderstood the rating system. Thinking that I was rating him with all 5's, and in reality, I…
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Thu Jun 28, 2012
Rich Homer answered:
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Thu Oct 13, 2011
Christina Mikus answered:
Hello Johnny Jones, The taxes are available. You need to go property details and then you can click for more details and the taxes and more property info will be available to you. I do understand that a property's taxes greatly impact ones ability in obtaining a mortgage and overall affordability. ... more
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Mon Jun 27, 2011
Ron Rovtar answered:
Always have a home inspection and always make sure your contract lets you walk if the home is not satisfactory. There are other builders in your area. If these folks don't want to hear your concerns after the inspection, look for a company that is confident enough in its work that it is not threatened by an inspection.

Best,
Ron
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Mon Jun 27, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
This should havbe all been negotiated BEFORE you moved in... and should be in WRITING. Verbal contracts are not enforceable in most cases. I always ask if you are not paying your mortgage, what is the rent for??? Hopfully you have a buyer broker experienced in short sales to help you, if not you will probabily want a lawyer to assist you. You should make sure any agreement includes who pays what to who and for what... including but not limited to property taxes, insurance, water, sewer, maintenance, repairs etc.... ... more
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Mon Apr 11, 2011
Chrissy Gizzi answered:
Yes this is true. I have a listing in Boothwyn and the home is 5 years old and taxes are $11,000. My tip is to buy a home that is newer so you know what you are committing to as far as taxes. A home that is newer will have already been tax assessed. My listing is 10 Fawn Lane Boothwyn.
-Chrissy Bulkley
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Mon Nov 15, 2010
David Gonzalez answered:
I think the biggest concern you should have is to determine if these areas have mold which will require a mold specialist. A professional home inspector will look at the other things and the disclosures should let you know what other things you should know about. ... more
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Sun May 17, 2009
Erica Ramus, MRE answered:
Oh my God. How horrible. No wonder the public thinks agents are so low on the ethics totem pole.

That is wrong. I would contact her broker. If she is the broker, well that's even worse.

She knows you had the test and doesn't want to face reality. I would agree that you should indeed send her the results, plus a reply to the inspections IN WRITING.
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