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Property Q&A in Augusta : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 3, 2014
Manu asked:
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Sat Apr 5, 2014
sammieann101 asked:
Do u accept cats and or dogs in this apartment?

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Sat Apr 5, 2014
sammieann101 asked:
Was looking at this place but need to know if there is a washer and dryer. Thnx.

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Thu Jan 23, 2014
danieltourville39 asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/rental/3138802782-34-Gage-St-1-Augusta-ME-04330
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
John Snyder answered:
This is an extremely confusing ad. It appears from the ad that this is an office space offer but does say that it is a single family home. Even the price of $450/mo does not seem appropriate for either an apartment rental or an office rental space. Also, this ad is 11 months old (?). I suggest you call the listed Manager:

Asset Real Estate Management

1 Orchard Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Office: 207-622-0066
Fax: 207-626-2750
EMERGENCY LINE: 207-242-0999
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Fri Jul 6, 2012
Wendy asked:
Hi, I'm looking for a 3 bedroom apartment or house for my son, myself & my best friend to move into in the Augusta area. We each have a pet tho' so it's been hard to find somewhere that…
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Tue Jun 14, 2011
Jeffrey Campbell answered:
Jennifer,

While I won't be able to share much info on this home, we are doing an inspection soon on this property for current buyers once we negotiate our fees. I am curious about the property now after seeing some of the responses.

Jeff Campbell
Campbell Property Inspections
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Thu Aug 26, 2010
Eleanor M. Delaney asked:
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This question is about this property: http://www.trulia.com/property/1073188328-85-Green-St-Augusta-ME-04330
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Wed Jul 14, 2010
Shannon Casey asked:
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This question is about this property: http://www.trulia.com/rental/3010344554-748-Riverside-Dr-2-Augusta-ME-04330
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Fri Feb 12, 2010
Charlene Hamiwka answered:
this property had been on the market for quite a while prior to going back to the bank.. right now in augusta and the surrounding area, we have had bank owned properties come on the market at this price point but they tend to go pretty quickly and they also tend to be cash deals. they also need a lot of work.

If you are looking for a lower priced home in the augusta area, the best thing you can do is to work with an agent who can understand what you want, how much work you can do (or want to do), and the kind of loan you are qualified for if you can't do cash.. some houses are so far gone, they don't qualify for financing. I have seen a few of those. then when something hits the market you will know right away.

let me know if I can help..
Charlene
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Fri Sep 18, 2009
Steven M Dyer answered:
Hey Jen, that is an expired listing with Lawrence Leugers at Rizzo Mattson. His cell number is 441-2129.
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Tue Mar 31, 2009
Debby Klajbor answered:
Hi Lesley,
The best people to give you the loan calculation answers are the loan officers. The information you will need is the interest - when you have that information to calculate you fill in the amount of your loan, the interest rate, and the number of months- typically its a 30 year mortgage or 360 payments. This will give you an idea of your principle and interest. To that monthly amount you would also add taxes and insurance to figure a monthly payment. There are some really great financial institutions out there that work with VA loans, take a few minutes to call some in your area to see what is your loan amount and what your interest rate would be! Once you have that information you are ready to look for the right houses in your price range, and that is the time to work with a Realtor!
I hope this was helpful,
Thanks and enjoy your day

Debby
Century 21,Venture Ltd
1 Orchard St
Augusta, Me 04330
207-462-9583
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Sat Jan 31, 2009
Victor Chau answered:
C Rollins, thats a great question and one that is always asked!

Unfortunately its a tough one to answer. The people who know most about the house, ie Real Estate Brokers are not Contractors or Home Inspectors! Its almost like asking one of us to diagnose a new mole on your arm!

Your best bet is to become a client of a Buyer Broker, arrange a showing, check the place out, view the disclosures, consult your Broker, then hire an Home Inspector if you are further interested.

This would be your best bet to have your questions fully answered to find out EXACTLY what repairs are needed.

Sorry this isnt the answer you were seeking!
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Sat Dec 13, 2008
Jeffrey Campbell answered:
Right Rick... but it does not hurt to ask... everything they know about the home should be disclosed anyway... anything else should be discovered during the inspection phase...

neighborhood etc... is a different story... ... more
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