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Mon Nov 28, 2016
Joel Kreider asked:
My home has been for sale for about 30 days. It was pending for a little over 18 days but is now active again. It is listed by Howard Hanna, however for some reason has never reached Trulia.…
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Tue Aug 18, 2015
ZXCZXc kevin.stepp answered:
Go to floodsmart.gov and type in the address. If the proprty is "high risk" you will need flood insurance. "Low" to "medium" risk properties do not require insurance.
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Thu Jun 25, 2015
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Fri Mar 13, 2015
Christopher Jordahl answered:
Trulia seems to work for me but except for the leads I receive from my listings Trulia is anything but FREE..
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Fri Mar 13, 2015
Christopher Jordahl answered:
Please provide an address for exact answer. Camp Hill can be 4 School districts depending on township. East Pennsboro, Camp Hill, West Shore or Cumberland Valley.
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Tue Aug 19, 2014
simrat.bhutani asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental-community/9000042884/Long-Meadows-Apartments-2-Richland-Ln-Camp-Hill-PA-17011/
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Sun Jul 6, 2014
Phil Rotondo answered:
Depends on the pet .
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Isabel Warrell answered:
Hi Ethrenhauser,

If you haven't found an agent by now or just have more questions, I would love to help you. Call me, my direct line is 717-579-0705. Thank you.
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
Christopher Jordahl answered:
You would get the best results if you callled the rental office. They may allow dogs but may limit to certain breeds or sizes.
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Sat Nov 30, 2013
Christopher Jordahl answered:
Hi Mandj
It will all depend on the price and condition of the home. If you would like for me to a market appraisal for you feel free to contact me anytime.

Chris Jordahl
Realtor

D'angelo Realty Group
717-623-0891
cjordahl628@gmail.com
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Mon Nov 18, 2013
Peter Ryan answered:
While I agree with the answer given (pressure test , etc) , having encountered numerous buried oil tanks throughout the years, I must state that I cannot recommend nearly any circumstance where a tank should not be professionally removed. The single exception for this position is where the tank is located under hardscape such as a patio or in a position where removing the tank would compromise the structure of the home. In those cases, testing, cleaning and proper filling of the tank is warranted. In every other circumstance, at least according to industry professionals I've dealt with, proper removal of the tank is in order. Municipal requirements vary, but why would a buyer, regardless of a pressure test verifying tank integrity, wish to inherit what could be a future liability? ... more
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Wed Nov 6, 2013
Patricia Wareham answered:
The time is right for home selling as inventory of 1st time home buyer property is low.
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Thu Jun 27, 2013
Andy Rhine answered:
This property is located approximately 16 miles from Three Mile Island. Travel time should be around a half hour based on traffic. Please let me know if you have any other questions or if I can be of further help to you. ... more
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Tue Jun 11, 2013
Christopher Jordahl answered:
I have seen prices all over the board and not just in Camp Hill. The best thing to do is be patient which can be hard as it get's frustrating and hire a competent Realtor who knows the area and will look out for you. The homes I have sold in Camp Hill have sold for good price while some were listed to high we eventually got them down. If you need any assistance please do not hesitate to contact me. Best of luck in your search.

Chris Jordahl
Realtor
D'angelo Realty Group
717-623-0891
cjordahl628@gmail.com
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Tue Jun 11, 2013
Christopher Jordahl answered:
Hi Stephanie,
Information you already received is great. Another thing to add is some of these HOA and condo communities are not FHA approved either, so you can knock out alot of first time home buyers or buyers with little money down. Also with so many condos and town homes still being built re-sale can be tough sometimes. ... more
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
jowi681 answered:
This depends on who you talk to. I put my house on the market in 2009 and it finally sold in 2011 at little more than what I owned on it after buying in 2001 and putting in major improvements i.e., updating the kitchen and baths and the lower level. However, I was able to "buy up" into a larger home with more bedrooms (hooray!) and a garage (lovely) at a lower price, considerably lower, because the "move up" houses were not moving. So, if you own a house here already and have equity and you want to move up, this is a good time BUT you have to be prepared to SELL for LESS than what you think it would/should/could sell for. That's the bad news. The good news is that this area is not prone to house-speculation so we did not have the tremendous decline as in other parts of the country. The population tends to be cautious to conservative in the BUYING decisions but, trust me, when it comes to SELLING they want the maximum and are not above chiseling, misrepresenting, and/or doing outright fraud if you are naive. They truly believe in the "buyer beware" when it comes to doing business with you. Plus, in all honestly, this is a small market and the realtors, bankers, appraisers, and home inspectors have pretty incestuous relations. You just have to have a sharp eye and figure the people you are dealing with would pick your pocket for a few dollars if they could. Otherwise, this is a really laid-back area with nice people and some horrid people in SUVs that like to do "road bullying" as opposed to "road rage" you see elsewhere. I'd never move any closer to nearby Eastern cities but I surely do enjoy being close to them. ... more
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
jowi681 answered:
The average lot size is about .25 to about .33. Lots larger than that are nice but since the Borough is mostly built out (there are very few vacant lots left), you pretty much are limited to what's already here. ... more
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
jowi681 answered:
It all depends on what you are looking for. Camp Hill is made up of Camp Hill Borough and several surrounding townships (Hampden, Lower Allen, Upper Allen, East Pennsboro) in the 17011 area. Of these, the Camp Hill School District (Camp Hill Borough only) has been rated #11 out of Pennsylvania's several hundred school districts. While the other surrounding area schools are good, this one is very good. However, the taxes are relatively high as are the overall housing prices compared to their age and improvements. The newest homes in Hampden Township are a little more money and have much lower taxes but the school district is huge, huge, and huge. So, if you have a plan to buy a school district (which most homeowners do) that is high performing, the Camp Hill Borough is where you'd want to be. Of those houses, if you want privacy and space, the Country Club Hills area is good. If you want proximity to the school (all kids walk or their parents drive since there is no busing), the area North of Market Street and/or West of 21st street is good. I hope this helps. ... more
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