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Fri Aug 5, 2016
Lldelmonte asked:
email is I am trying to update 4 w. Cherbourg buffalo ny 14227 which my company, LTD Homes & 0roperties LLC, purchased in April. The confirmation email is not coming through. It is…
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Thu May 26, 2016
Jrgarcia asked:
how do i remove myself from this listing
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Tue May 24, 2011
Jacques Ambron answered:
If you haven't already, ask the Realtor to provide you with recent comparable sales to determine wether the price is a factor. Do a walk by on the comparable properties and see what might appeal to a buyer. My guess in a market like this is that it's the price. ... more
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Wed Apr 13, 2011
Tracey answered:
Whenever an attempt is made by a purchaser to buy a HUD home filled with fugus mold and/or meldew, I think HUD should reduce the selling price to affordable housing.....not allowing the buyer to enhance financial burdens for mole repairs. ... more
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Fri Jul 30, 2010
Maggie Hawk answered:
I found a home at 31 W. Toulon Drive, Cheekatowaga, NY 14227 on this site:

When I brought up the photo of the home, it showed a picture of a multi-level, with a real estate sign in the front yard. The sign was fuzzy and difficult to read.

I did a quick search and found that it last sold in November, 2008, for $96,500. Here is the reference:

Are you asking if the home is currently for sale?

A quick search of Trulia and did not show it as an active listing. In all likelihood, the photo on googlemaps is an old one. However, you may want to contact a local Realtor, just to be sure. I hope that helps.

Warm regards,
Maggie Hawk, REALTOR
(386) 314-1149
Watson Realty Corp.
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Wed Aug 19, 2009
John Paul Ledesma answered:
Contact your City's (or County's if you are not in a City) Planning Department as they should have complete land use history for the area they have jurisdiction over.
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Sat Dec 6, 2008
Susan Barrett asked:
Yes. I guess what I wonder is if it is possible that our home actually sold for such a low amount just months before we bought it for so much more. But, as suggested, I guess I wil contact…
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