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Kevan Pewitt, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Fri Apr 15, 2016
Kevan Pewitt answered:
As a listing agent, I never offer less than 3% to a buyer agent because I think it does discourage some buyer agents and some buyers from looking at the listing.
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Jan Baer, Real Estate Pro in Littleton, CO
Sun Feb 8, 2015
Jan Baer answered:
Apparently, this is a scam, many folks across the country have received emails from "Hugh Schaaf" asking for money to secure rental propertis, read the numerouse examples in answers below. PLEASE DO NOT RENT OR REPLY!!! he will send you email from and addresses. Good luck!
Jan Baer Realtor Broker Owner BAER Realty LLC
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Jan Baer, Real Estate Pro in Littleton, CO
Sun Feb 8, 2015
Jan Baer answered:
The neighborhood is bordered by Dry Creek and County Line Roads on the North and South, respectively, and Colorado Boulevard and Adams Way to the East and West. The Highlands 460 is within the limits of the Littleton Public School District. The emergency services are provided by the Arapahoe County Sheriffs Department and Littleton Fire Rescue.

Each homeowner in the Highlands 460 is a member of the Highlands 460 Civic Association. The annual dues are voluntary and are currently $35. While the dues may not be mandatory, each homeowner is bound by the covenants on record and is expected to have read them and adhere to their contents. If you have any questions about the covenants please contact the Covenant Review Committee (CRC) at
The Highlands 460 Civic Association and resident volunteers put together a number of community events each year. Our annual picnic and 4th of July Parade provide a fun environment for all residents and a great way to meet your neighbors. We also organize neighborhood wide garage sales, large item pickup, as well as neighborhood beautification days. Our residents take great pride in their homes and neighborhood, and it shows as you walk up and down each street.

Along with our community activities residents enjoy easy access to C-470, University Blvd and many choices for grocery shopping and other retail and restaurants.

If you are purchasing a home in the Highlands 460 or are in need of documents for closing purposes here are some details for you:

Annual dues are $35 and are voluntary
Membership in the association is automatic by becoming a homeowner in the Highlands 460
If you do not have a copy of the covenants you may download them here
Current and historical meeting minutes can be found here
Financial and budget information can be found here
If you need a title letter, please email the CRC, they can let you know if the current year voluntary dues are paid and if there are any outstanding covenant violations on the home. The CRC can be contacted at
Information provided by the Public Web site for the Highlands460
Hope this is helpful and please call me if you need any help with looking at Centennial homes for sale. Cheers Jan Baer Realtor Broker Owner BAER Realty LLC
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