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Fri Mar 18, 2016
Ruben Gamez answered:
When you see fractions in the number of baths. you have to think about it this way: Each component of a bath room is a quarter (1/4 in fraction, .25 in decimal), the components are toilet, sink, shower and tub and they are normally in that priority order. Half a bath would be toilet and sink, add a shower and you have 3/4 bath, continue to add a tub and you will have a full bath. A 2.5 baths home will likely have 2 baths with all four components and a third bath with a toilet and sink.
The term reasonable bidding is a bit harder to define, and there are 2 basic possible types of bidding, a normal sale with multiple offers (or just 2 competing offers trying to outbid each other) and a bid at an auction sale in which all buyers assist to a place to make their offers, these offers are normally subject to certain regulations and minimum increments on the bids. the term reasonable is the hard part to define because is subject to the bidder judgement and in the current (seller's) market, depending on the area where the home is located, the competition might be fierce and in some cases higher than market value. You might need to get help from a Realtor to determine a fair market value for a property you might want to place your bid for. Good luck!!
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Tue Apr 7, 2015
js asked:
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Sun Mar 1, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
Hi Barbara,

This information using the link provided indicates this house sold more than 10 years ago. It did!
The house went back on the market in July 2014 and is presently "pending" in MLS. The list price in July was $489,900.

Interesting you should remember this house, or perhaps you have someone looking for you locally. If you're thinking to buy, it may be time to find another home. This one has enjoyed long term ownership, with only two owners from 1988 to now. It's unlikely it will be back to the market anytime soon.

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Thu May 8, 2014
Abby Winscott asked:
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Mon Oct 13, 2008
Paul Welden answered:
Hi Heather,

No the correct price is $149,500 & has been corrected in the database. I welcome you to contact me to assist your efforts with finding the best deal on a home.

Buyer's Agent REALTOR
HomeSmart Real Estate
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