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Mon Oct 12, 2015
Tennesseeleads answered:
Years ago, probably not very important because granite kitchen countertops and granite bathroom vanity tops were so expensive. Now the price has come down and you can find great granite installers who will fabricate and help design the look you are going for. Places like www.nashvillegranitecountertopinstallers.com will help customers pick the granite they want (there are so many traditional and unique styles that it can be hard to choose!), design, fabricate, and install in about a week.
So now, it's very noticeable when a home DOESN'T have granite kitchen countertops!
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Mon Feb 2, 2015
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
John Astorino answered:
I like to keep it simple! There are 3 keys to selling a home... Price, Presentation, and Marketing. If you have only had 3 people through your home, one or more of those keys is lacking. If you are marketing and selling your home on your own, why? If you were a dentist, you wouldn't operate on your own foot! Why would you try to sell your own home? If you are working with a licensed professional, your questions should be directed towards them. As many before me have stated, I'd be happy to give you assessment of your home if you are not currently listed with another brokerage firm.

John Astorino
Long & Foster Reators
Carol Hermandorfer & Associates
www.hermandorfer.com
703-898-5148
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Mon Jan 28, 2008
Frank Biganski answered:
Dolair,

One of the best places is to visit your local tax assessor's office and ask for a list. It's free, but you have to do a lot of the legwork. There's also several websites that are subscription based, which I've provided below.

http://www.foreclosurelistings.com/listings.php?state_sg=VA
http://www.foreclosure.com/state/va.html

Hope this information is thumbs-up friendly!

Frank Biganski, Realtor ABR
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