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Property Q&A in Plymouth : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 14, 2017
Jan Anderson asked:
completely WRONG Help. This is a 4 bd/3 ba/3 car garage home. The square footage is also incorrect. I believe you may be confusing the data with a home at 14805 38th Place!!!!
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Mon May 13, 2013
Vipul Goel answered:
It is 3 miles from Fire Department.
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Fri Sep 14, 2012
Aquariustar answered:
This home & property is not a repossessed property. It is currently owned by the original owner who built this home.
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Thu Apr 12, 2012
Donald James answered:
Hi EG,

This 2,192 sq ft home is not currently on the market. We have several similar homes that are available at today's sale prices.
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Fri Feb 24, 2012
Christopher Block answered:
You are more speaking on Lease/option terms than CD. Maybe if it is only a 3-year term with a balloon payment the seller might go 4%, but I never see this in the market. 6% would be a very good number. Then again if you could do 20% down that might change the game a bit.

Plymouth is not my area but good luck I saw this one sold too!
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Wed Oct 26, 2011
Dawn Ohnstad answered:
Every situation is different. If you are a buyer, you want the heat to be included if possible. If you are a landlord, it is best to have the heat measured by separate meters and paid for by the tenant so the costs don't go out of control (tenants don't conserve heat if it not their own expense). If there are association dues, the owner, not the tenant usually pays this. These are negotiable items depending upon the marketplace. Right now, in the Minneapolis area, it is hard to find good rentals so landlords are giving fewer to no incentives. For awhile they were giving a month of free rent etc to get people into the units....this is not so today. "Like" our Fan Page on Facebook to get more real estate information from a good local source...me! ... more
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Sun Sep 11, 2011
Vipul Goel answered:
There are several townhomes available with main level living. There is one in plymouth that you can buy for $150K in a very nice and quiet area....lot of older couples live in that area. Contact me if you want to see it. 612-865-7784 ... more
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Sun Feb 20, 2011
Rebecca asked:
We have already visited the home. We also found out on-line that there used to be a garage, but has been removed. Can we build a new one?

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Thu Apr 22, 2010
Brad Anderson answered:
Wed Mar 17, 2010
Susan Hofflander answered:
Chan, better to have your own agent to help you with these types of endeavors. We have access to the most recent accurate information about houses on the market. Keep going on your own if you wish, but it makes it much harder for you. It would be like me trying to come in and do your job with no training or experience when I could just have you do it. It would be much easier/faster/ and cheaper! ... more
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Tue Sep 22, 2009
CCC answered:
http://www.results.net/Search/benito.garza/12805_34th_ave_n_

$462,500
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Tue Aug 11, 2009
Cameron Piper answered:
Kim,

Short of calling the city - which is the only way to know for sure, I would plan on mowing to the boulevard but not shoveling the sidewalk. Just a gut reaction and nothing more.

Cameron Piper
#1 Trulia Agent in MN
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Fri Feb 27, 2009
Susan Hofflander answered:
Hi, Bryan!
I'm not sure what nad means, but the rental market in Plymouth is pretty good. You should check the ads in the papers and call local rental buildings to see what their vacancy rates are. Or, check this website http://www.minnesotainvestmentrealestate.com/?s=vacancy+rates&x=3&y=5
about rentals vacancies.

And, here are some great property managers:
Nina Haugen, 612-743-6343, NTH Enterprises
Steve Rajavouri, 952-484-1593 REI Property Management
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Wed Dec 10, 2008
Cameron Piper answered:
Susan,

You may want to delete this duplicate question so that you don't have to keep track of answers on both. You might also want to repost this in Plymouth, OH.
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Wed Dec 10, 2008
Cameron Piper answered:
Susan,

You might want to repost this question in Plymouth, OH
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Wed Nov 5, 2008
Gregg Katzenmaier answered:
Hi John,

Cameron is correct, pricing a home is not an exact science, it really is more of an art. Numbers and trends do play a large part in pricing so the 1996 sell price might not be altogether useless, just not something you can hang alot of weight on. The home was built in 1996, the year of the sell price you mention. If there were other homes in the same sub division that were built and sold at the same time and have sold recently, this will give you a factor in setting a price for this home, but it is only one factor and may or may not be all that significant. Have a Realtor or two do a CMA or hire an appraiser to really get an idea of current pricing.

The info for this house says that all offers will be lender mediated which means that the usual emotion that sellers have in a real estate transaction will be minimal to none with this house. Lenders look at the bottom line and have no emotional attachment to the house. Talk with your agent about how this will affect your stategy should you decide to move forward.

Thanks,
Gregg
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Thu Oct 30, 2008
Gregg Katzenmaier answered:
Hi Grace,

I'm going to jump out on a limb here and assume that when you say the truck is parked you mean it appears to have been abandoned there and not just temporarily parked. The best thing to do when a property has debris (a nice way of saying junk) on it is to ask the Realtor or owner what their intentions are for it and if you decide to move ahead with an offer to purchase make absolutely sure that the removal of the debris is agreed to in the purchase contract. Like anything else in a real estate transaction come to an agreement and get it in writing.

Thanks,
Gregg
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