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Fri May 12, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
Tue May 17, 2016
Runyon81 asked:
Can you please advise as to why or update please I need this on your site with updated estimates.
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Tue May 17, 2016
Runyon81 asked:
Can you please advise as to why or update please I need this on your site with updated estimates.
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Fri Feb 13, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
The first thing to look at is the lease agreement. Sometimes it lays out responsibility for pest control. If you can't find information there, it likely depends on when the mice appeared. If they were there before the tenant, the landlord would have to take care of it. If they showed up after the tenant moved in, the tenant probably has to take care of it on their own. Regardless of who takes care of the problem, you should definitely look into this kind of thing seriously, and get the best help you can find to resolve the issue.
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Mon Jul 8, 2013
Suz A answered:
Though this question has been rehashed sufficiently, I have a few suggestions.

When considering buying a house next to the road, you do want to spend some time on a patio if the patio is on the road side of the house. During the afternoon rush hour, you might find the noise fairly loud.

With lending loosening up, there are more buyers out there and a few are willing to look past road noise so they can move out of their rental.

Sellers are in the driver's seat these days. But that doesn't mean sellers can get too aggressive on price.

A home that has noise coming into the house can be upgraded with double or triple pane glass in windows. There is something called white noise that can eliminate some noise in the interim. But someone stretching to get into that home is not going to be able to afford an upgrade for a while. They have to be motivated. The seller has to show he is willing to negotiate. If the price isn't right to begin with, buyers will stay away in droves.

If you read other posts here, you'll see I'm not in the minority on this.
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Mon Jun 10, 2013
Matthew Francis answered:
Hi, I hooe you are well, So I would love to find out what your experience ended up being like. I finally decided to bite the bullet and become a "paying memeber to trulia". And just came across this area where agents etc answer questions.

Was an agent able to help you out,
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