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Fri Apr 14, 2017
Jensinger asked:
Wed Dec 21, 2016
Maricris A answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Maricris
Consumer Care Advocate
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Wed Aug 12, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
You're definitely going to need to get professionals to come out and quote the work for you. It's going to be impossible to know how much this will cost without all of the details of what you want. The work will cost more if you need to add plumbing for instance. Getting those professional opinions will let you determine exactly what you need and make things a little bit easier to figure out.
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Mon Apr 13, 2015
Noah Seidenberg answered:
Is it still for sale? Contact your Realtor and they can update the photos but if it is a closed listing I do not think you can update photos unless you are selling it.
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Sat Jan 31, 2015
Tim Booz answered:
I would be to knock on the doors of a couple neighbors. I've done this in a few cases to find out about flooding, stalled construction or home improvement projects on the street, and anything else that might be a little tough to find out.

If there is an issue going on many neighbors even empathize with a new buyer not having all the info before moving to the street and want to help out.
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Sat Mar 23, 2013
Jim Olive answered:
Talk with your agent about the "norm" for the area in terms of the sale to list price ration. This is the "typical" difference between what people are paying for homes compared to what those homes were listed at. That's a good start point. If your prospective home is in worse condition than the average, you might be in a position to consider an offer below the norm (ie: most homes in the area are selling for 90% of list, so you offer 85% or less, depending on how much work is needed). Remember, also, when you use these tools that just because the norm is 90%, that DOES NOT MEAN that the seller has to take 90%. A seller will only sell at a price acceptable to him/her, and they may be absolutely firm in their price (come hell or high water!). Best of luck in your purchase... ... more
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