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Property Q&A in Cheshire : Real Estate Advice

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Natalie_oliv…, Home Buyer in Houston, TX
Wed Apr 20, 2016
Natalie_oliver asked:
3 of us owns 1/3 each of a share to a condo. How does their 2/3 share equal as 50% on the legal Agreement to transfer their shares to me?
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Susan Larson, Home Buyer in Waterbury, CT
Sat Sep 27, 2014
Susan Larson asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/rental/3168192645--W-Main-Cheshire-CT-06410?ecampaign=con_day_propertysearchforrent_bk&eurl=www.trulia.com/renta…
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MARIA ANDREA…, Renter in Cheshire, CT
Thu Apr 24, 2014
MARIA ANDREA CAMPOS asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/rental/3151997992-453-Robin-Ct-Cheshire-CT-06410?ecampaign=con_day_rentalpropertycomp_bk&eurl=www.trulia.com/ren…
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Fran Morrow, Real Estate Pro in Orange, CT
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Fran Morrow answered:
They're looking for 1 months rent, 2 months security and you will have to provide a credity report. There are a number of websites you can go to for your credit report just make sure you get one with a credit score.

Fran Morrow
Coldwell Banker
203-605-7733
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kurt bauknec…, Real Estate Pro in Hamden, CT
Thu Feb 9, 2012
kurt bauknecht answered:
The correct line of thinking is this: The transfer value according to Trulia is the amount of the last sale on the house. Thus, this house was last purchased before the town of Cheshire started recording such data. Since there has not been a transaction since these owners purchased the home, the town assigns a "$1" value. New Haven is riddled with "$0"s.

The more important question is: “what is the value your bank’s appraiser will likely assign to this property and how do I get the owners to take less….”

I grew up in Cheshire and have been a real estate Broker for 10+ years. Call me with any other questions. 203-640-5300. Good luck in your search and try to stay away from short sales and foreclosures....
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Laureen Kenn…, Real Estate Pro in Cheshire, CT
Thu Feb 9, 2012
Laureen Kennedy answered:
All listings are subject to human error when being input into MLS which is what drives the information to Trulia and other sites. There is a disclaimer on the MLS which addresses this. It could also be that the town field cards are calling it something else and some agents feel safer going with that. When in doubt, consult a reputable full time agent with a proven track record in the business. I would be happy to answer any of your questions! ... more
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James Ryan, Real Estate Pro in Leesburg, VA
Sat Mar 12, 2011
James Ryan answered:
Hi Terri, Chris nailed the explanation, and from the MLS sheet, the home is 907 square feet, hard to carve out two bedrooms much less three with that amount of square footage.
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Sally Bowman, Real Estate Pro in Cheshire, CT
Thu Mar 10, 2011
Sally Bowman answered:
I spoke to the condo association and yes you can have 1 dog any size. I hope that this helps.
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Sally Bowman, Real Estate Pro in Cheshire, CT
Thu Mar 10, 2011
Sally Bowman answered:
Terrry,

There is no way that this could be a 3 bedroom, I was in it. There is no bathroom upstairs.
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Minna Reid, Real Estate Pro in Trumbull, CT
Tue Sep 29, 2009
Minna Reid answered:
Tough question - and as I recall from P&P way back when, I dont think realtors can actually answer that question. It's a "psychological" stigma and not a material fact. Kind of one of those question we can't legally answer - not too different from "what kind of people live in that neighborhood?".

Maybe the neighbors can answer that one for you. Realtors can't. Not legally anyway.
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Chris Canfie…, Real Estate Pro in The Villages, FL
Wed May 27, 2009
Chris Canfield answered:
Hi,

The monthly homeowner association fees are $414, and the annual taxes are $4,413. The listing does not indicate how much the heat costs annually. Just in case you are not familiar with the complex, it is an active adult complex for those age 55 and older.

Hope this information helps!

~ Chris
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Jade, Home Buyer in Meriden, CT
Tue Mar 17, 2009
Jade asked:
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This question is about this property: http://www.trulia.com/foreclosure/2004038909--Rita-Ave-Cheshire-CT-06410
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