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Wed Dec 21, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding your concern.


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Angelica
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Wed Jun 1, 2016
Ljubica.howard asked:
20601 Duck Pond place, Germantown, MD
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Tue Apr 21, 2015
djennifer009 answered:
It depends on the buyer. Some might prefer to have you replace the HVAC yourself, but some might prefer a lower selling price so they can replace it themselves when it dies. Since it depends on so many factors, I'd recommend disclosing it to potential buyers and making a decision closer to the time to sell. http://good-inc.com/ ... more
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Wed Sep 8, 2010
Jessica Hood & Laura Roskelly answered:
Hi Barbie,

That is a great question. In Maryland we don't generally use a cost per s.f. calculation as prices can vary greatly from area to area. However, if you have zeroed in on a specific neighborhood you can contact any local Realtor to get a property specific market analysis or CMA. Best of luck. ... more
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Wed Apr 22, 2009
Raven answered:
The realtors made the most money on the deal when you bought the house, just look at the commissions paid on your HUD-1, they hold themselves out as experts with knowledge of all things associated with buying and selling a home and that is why they want you to use their services because of their expertise. That's why they make so much money on the sale of a home, for their expertise. The realtors are familiar and should be familiar with the development in which the home was located and the common charges associated with that community and should have checked the disclosures carefully and put the buyer on notice of the front foot benefit charge. I recommend contacting the realtors involved and the brokers. They should pitch in on this and back their cliam of "expertise" and "knowledge" ... more
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