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Mon May 15, 2017
Angela Covelli asked:
Fri May 12, 2017
Matthew Hicks answered:
Look at Ocean Pines MD. Safe neighborhood, near Ocean City while also being away from the Ocean city traffic. Its pretty quite there and I'm sure you could find something pretty nice.
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Mon Oct 14, 2013
Fairfax Properties answered:
Hello, we have two homes for rent in the Dover Street area. One is on Liberty Street and the other is on Nice Place. Are you looking to rent or purchase?
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Thu May 2, 2013
Steve Parsons answered:
Hello! A lot of these answers that have been posted are great! (Except Namaste Indian Cuisine, sadly they went out of business). The area you've asked about is near the Wicomico River, where you'll have the pricier local restaurants. The south side of Salisbury has mostly fast food, because that's where the college is. Lastly, the North side of Salisbury has the biggest selection of chain restaurants, e.g. Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Chili's, etc. All restaurants are within 10 minutes of that location. If you have any other questions about the area, contact me. I've lived in the Salisbury area for over 30 years. :)

-Steve Parsons
Prudential PenFed Realty
801 E Naylor Mill Road; Suite F
Salisbury, MD 21801
O) 410-912-4700 C)443-235-1240 F) 410-912-4701
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Wed Sep 1, 2010
Ian asked:
Now that we are married and she no longer lives with her mother, should she change the status on her old home? Since her mother had bad credit, she was placed in there as co-signer, and…
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Wed Dec 30, 2009
Gregg Holland answered:
Is the agent you are talking about your real estate agent and the mortgage agent?
I would suggest finding a number online for Bk of Am and speak to them direct about your circumstances.
Then I would try to speak to your mortgage agent's superior.
Do not stop going up the ladder until you recieve the right answers.
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Mon Feb 11, 2008
Bill Wootan's Team One answered:
Age and square footage are not the important factors today, as it was not in the past - it is still #1 Location, #2 Location, etc. A home as you described in a run down neighborhood verses one that is in a well kept neighborhood will bring much more in price - a hard question to answer. You might contact a local appraiser and ask him the dollars per square foot in the actual location of the house.

Good Luck,

Bill Wotan
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