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Quality of Life in Richmond : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Sep 16, 2013
Tina Lam answered:
Wed Sep 12, 2012
Veronica Taylor answered:
There are many places in and around downtown that have rear parking. You can really expand your search by considering renovating. It would be more likely to find properties with rear parking ... more
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Thu Jun 24, 2010
x answered:
Not to my knowledge but you can call me to find similar properties in the area.
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Tue Jun 1, 2010
Melissa Loughridge Savenko answered:
Dear Charlie:

EVERYTHING turns on the specific language of the Addendum. Does the language require that the work be done by a licensed and bonded Class "A" contractor? Or are there some other specific requirements? Ask the attorney holding escrow to explain the basis for the Sellers' position. If he or she is not your lawyer, you need to take the Addendum to your closing attorney and have him or her explain the basis of the Sellers' position. Then you need to have him or her advise you of your legal options. The next step may be having your lawyer write a letter to the Sellers' counsel advising him/her that you, the Buyer, dispute their position, and you will pursue all legal alternatives if they do not meet their legal obligations to pay the $8,000 contribution to the oil to electric heat conversion. Unfortunately, in this market, it seems more and more people are willing to break contractual obligations and essentially dare the other party to come after them. Ask your lawyer what it's going to cost to pursue the Sellers. Hopefully they do not have a legal leg to stand on and one strongly worded letter from your lawyer will make them reconsider their position. Good luck!

Melissa
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Tue Aug 21, 2007
Michael answered:
Carytown!!!
I've lived all over the United States (currently in sacramento) and Carytown is simply fantastic. The nice people, the shops, resturants, historical value, the streets...I've been looking for a Fan specific site that specilaizes in the historic propeties in the fan, carytown but can only find the big lsiters like remax etc that only have a slew of properties..... ... more
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