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Sun Nov 20, 2011
mphopkinsstudio answered:
Sat Feb 14, 2009
Gita Bantwal answered:
Khaleel, Dunes has given you great information. You can check out the links. There are some great buys out there. But foreclosures may not always be the best deals. Make sure you know the comps for the area . You might want to work with a good agent in the area. Sometimes the agents may have listings that are short sales or sellers may list for low price for personal reasons. ... more
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Wed Oct 29, 2008
Dennis Strange answered:
you dont have a specific address listed. Send me the address and I will look at the records for you. dennis@DennisStrange.com
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Thu May 22, 2008
Edward Carboy answered:
In Gladwyne, like most of montgomery County, real estate prices have dropped. Percentages depend on the price range. For example, homes that listed for $1,025,000 eventually sold for $918,000, not that we all can afford that. While homes originally listed for $525,000 eventually sold for $500,000. The lower the price range the less the loss of equity, and this seems to be typical around Montgomery County. FYI I pulled the, above statistics from our MLS spanning from Dec.07 to May 08. Like the previous answer, I tell everyone that I talk to about Real Estate: if you are upgrading and you recently lost some equity so did the seller of the house you are going to buy. So, with the interest rates, moving is worth the initial loss. Good Luck! If you have any other questions? 610-864-1487 ... more
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