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Home Buying in 60025 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 16, 2017
Christina Feeney answered:
Hello! Yes you can certainly make an offer with a home sale contingency. It's always helpful if your home is already listed and even better, already under contract! If you are in need of a Realtor, please contact me as I would love to assist you!

Christina Feeney
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Fri Sep 4, 2015
Bob Brandt answered:
You will need a letter from your lender or bank statement to convince the seller that you can buy the house. You may want to plan on having a Realtor, Attorney and a Home Inspector.
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Tue Dec 24, 2013
Karen Feldman answered:
How did your dilemma resolve itself? Then Glen is becoming a better buy these days. I can tell you details why later. If you still require help, please let me know.
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Wed May 22, 2013
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Paul Cionczyk answered:
At the current time with inventory levels being so low, foreclosures are getting much more attention and competition than they had before. Multiple offer situations are not uncommon these days as some foreclosures are being priced below market to attract more attention. We have clients ask all the time for foreclosures, as they are looking for a good deal. Just because it is a foreclosure doesn't make it a good deal. A good deal is a state of mind.


Paul Cionczyk| Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage |Broker
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Paul Cionczyk answered:
Corner lots tend to have much of the land disbursed to the front and sides of a home, and proportionately less of a real backyard. When looking at a lot with a home to teardown, check the setback requirements in the specific city or village you are looking in. Just because an old home was built a certain way on a lot, doesn't mean that you will be able to build the same way if you teardown.

As for recreational parks and swimming pools being in very close proximity, some people will love it, and some will hate it. The amount of traffic from both pedestrians and vehicles can be bothersome in an otherwise quite neighborhood. Once again, depends more upon the buyer.


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Sat Nov 24, 2012
Cindy Finnerman answered:
One more thing Mike. No one cares how much the seller paid for his property or how much he borrowed against it. It's all about the current value within approximately $10 to 15K
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Tue May 4, 2010
Peter Geo answered:
The property was sold to the plaintiff for $ 62,250.

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