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02332 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 15, 2016
Maricris A answered:

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Wed Mar 30, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
The problem is Trulia does not accept for sale by owner listings, only licensed agents can post or edit their listing here. The site may have figured away to bypass the safety features which skews the data. ... more
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Sun May 3, 2015
Nick answered:
Sorry this is the original poster, couldn't update the original question. the house originally appraised at 415,000 when we bought it in 2012. It just appraised at 499, so the new loan wouldn't have any Mortgage insurance.

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Wed Jan 13, 2010
Debbie Tortorella answered:
I would recommend contacting a local real estate agent who specializes in your community. The agent can look at recent sales of homes comparable to yours, but you should be aware that assessments are based on sales data that is sometimes up to two years old, which is why there is often a wide discrepancy between current market value and assessed value. It's not an exact science because no two homes are exactly alike, but I do know that the Assessor's office in Duxbury is very good to work with. Good luck! ... more
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