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Wed Jul 12, 2017
Ry3ny1215 asked:
Tue Aug 30, 2016
Kathleen Luciano asked:
Mon Aug 29, 2016
Alan May answered:
That's a "legal" question, and I'm not qualified to answer that since I'm not a lawyer.

I would think it would be difficult for someone to force you to sell, simply because they brought you your asking price. There might be other aspects of the offer that don't suit you.

However, it's possible that if you get a full-priced offer, with no contingencies, depending on the listing agreement you've signed, you might owe commission to your real estate agency. Read your agreement carefully.
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Tue Feb 2, 2016
itsbella asked:
page. I want to give Lois Wyatt and A rating as my agent. If I cannot do it, please do so for me.
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Wed Jul 17, 2013
Keith Harris answered:
Nancy, Yes, Lake Wallenpaupack is the largest recreational lake in the area. Nearly all of the lakes in the Dingmans Ferry area communities do not allow gas engines (electric, wind or oar power OK!). However, up in the Masthope (Ski Big Bear) area near Hawley is another lake called Westcalong that does allow power boats. The Delaware River is another option.
Feel free to contact me with any real estate needs.
Keith Harris
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Fri May 25, 2012
Theresa Rocco answered:
I know several. There are some great buys in that area. Foreclosures, privately owned homes at reduced prices. Give me a call 570-872-3524. Or email me at Talk soon. ... more
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Sun May 20, 2012
Theresa Rocco answered:
This is a great time to buy!!! Prices are low and interest rates are low!!!! Give me a call so that I can understand your needs better. I can be reached at 570-872-3524. Have a great evening! ... more
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Wed Dec 10, 2008
David Thoenig answered:
Most people think PA is a great deal,But the fact is New Jersey homes are the same price.You pay a little higher taxes.At 4 dollars a gallon of gas and 3 to 4 hours in a car is a lot of time and money over the years.We have nice homes under 200 with in ground pool. visit or e mail me at and i will send some over ... more
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