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Home Selling in 19115 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Apr 16, 2015
Catherine Feinstein answered:
According to the latest marketing report, homes marketed in the 19115 zip are selling in an average of 90 days; which is down 16% compared to last year. I've seen them go under contract in less than a week though, the market is pretty hot right now. The report also states that the properties are yielding 90.4% of their original asking price and that sales in this zip are up 74.3% the first quarter of this year over the same time last year.
By the way, although my office is in Jenkintown, I live in 19115 and I am very familiar with this area and would love to meet with you to discuss the current conditions and provide you with a free home valuation. Please call or e-mail me when you would like to get together.
Thank you,
Catherine G. Feinstein, Realtor
Your Key to a Successful Real Estate Transaction
Weichert Realtors
93 Old York Road
Jenkintown, PA 19046
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Thu Nov 10, 2011
Tim Moore answered:
We try to not advertise here on the Question & Answer section, it's for asking questions not promoting a sale. If we all did it there would be no room for questions.
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Thu Aug 11, 2011
Benjamin R. Everett answered:
Sam, it sounds like you're in a really tough situation. Contact a few different Realtors and have them do a comparative market analysis for you. This should give you a better idea of what you'll be able to get, allow you to evaluate a few different opinions, and hopefully help you find a good Realtor to work with.

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Mon Jun 13, 2011
Zurab Kvantrishvili answered:
As long as you follow the letter of the law, such as disclosing information about the property and documentation the sale of the property, you don't need a lawyer,
But a buyer’s market may not be the best time to sell a house on your own, plus real estate agent might be able to get you a higher price for your home and can avoid some common mistakes that could get a regular person in trouble, well I wish you a good luck and if you will have any questions in the future please feel free to contact me ... more
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Fri Mar 14, 2008
Glenda Marks answered:
There are many types of mold. I am going to assume that you mean black mold. If the surface is dry wall it should have either been replaced or bleached, left to dry thoroughly, and then sealed and repainted. If it was repainted or sealed before it was dry, the mold could have grown back. There is also the possibility that the wall is still receiving moisture from somewhere and the mold has started to grown again.

The only way to be certain is to hire a professional to come in and take a look.
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