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16509 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 11, 2017
Steve Bracero answered:
Depends on your market! Contact a real estate agent in your area, they can provide the most accurate answer.
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Fri Jun 30, 2017
Ken131 answered:
Where did those photos come from in the first place? The MLS? Yourself? Who as the actul rights to the photos? You need to ask the owner of the photos if it's OK to use those photos for other purposes. ... more
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Fri Nov 18, 2016
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Sun Nov 6, 2016
Celarson asked:
The Trulia website states that my home at 205 Edgewater Circle, Erie, PA 16509, was SOLD on 9/16/2016 for $421,000. That was the date and the amount of the purchase of another house 25…
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Mon Aug 22, 2016
Jane Rider asked:
Thu Mar 24, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
Trulia does not edit listings, you should contact the listing agent to edit and or remove, the person who posted it is the only one that can edit it
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
seashore42 answered:
It is a personal choice. I live in a home without a basement and am very happy. Actually don't have to worry about flooded basement, nor need the extra space which tends to become holding areas of "junk".
I love my home and convenience of everythiing being on one level.
If she loves the home and location; then she should buy it.
P.S. My home is always warm in the winter with hot water base board heat.

Best wishes, Mary Nelson
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Sat Jun 16, 2012
Paula Kosko, Re/Max answered:
Some sellers DON'T like to see those. I had one seller that thought the person who put himself out there with an honest bid at the highest he could was preferable to someone who bid lower but used the escalation. The seller accepted the slightly lower bid, proving it's not ALWAYS about the money! If the escalation amount isn't much, it won't help anyway; needs to be a good sized chunk to make a real difference, in my opinion. - Paula Kosko, Re/Max "Always helpful, never pushy." ... more
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