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Mon Sep 22, 2014
Lee Miller answered:
yes,bid according to your finances,don,t get in to deep,remember,there are taxes,maintenance,your other bills,septic systems alone if they go bad can be 10,000 dollars,realtors are not your friends they work on commission,they don,t have your best interest in mind,they have how much commission they can make in mind!by law realtors have to submit your bid!or you can report them to the real estate commission!don,t fixate yourself on one home!if you can,t find a realtor that works close with you,find another one!and don,t over-pay! ... more
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Sat Jul 25, 2009
John B Wells answered:
Ron,
Did you ever find your waterfront home? I am looking for serious waterfront buyers right now.
Thanks,
john


johnwells@championrealty.com
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Sat Jul 12, 2008
James S. Mable answered:
I can only speak as an appraiser in Connecticut, but I have had several assignments similar to yours. The appraiser inspects the property today and tries to determine value as of a specific date in the past. They can research data from the Multiple Listing Service (most here in Connecticut if not online are archived in book format). Little more work involved for the appraiser so expect a somewhat higher fee. They will have to determine the condition at that time for comparable sales used as well as the subject property, market conditions, and can also research info from the cost approach etc.. Good Luck, Jim ... more
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