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Home Buying in Chevy Chase : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 8, 2013
Adam Isaacson answered:
Hi,

I live very close to this school and my daughter attends the adjacent elementary school, Rosemary Hill. I'd be happy to talk. 301-775-0900 or adam@adamisaacson.com - www.adamisaacson.com

It's a great area!

Adam
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Fri Jan 18, 2013
Maria Hardy-Cooper answered:
If you have an experienced Buyer's Agent assisting you, the purchase of a foreclosure/REO property can be less daunting, actually, than purchasing under a short sale scenario. The good thing is that there are disclosures (sometimes very intimidating) that's provided by the selling bank which outlines the terms under which the property is being sold.

Because foreclosures are usually sold in an As-Is condition, it's best to also consider a 203K renovation loan, just in case the property doesn't pass inspection.

http://www.StressFreeDeals.com
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Tue Oct 18, 2011
Holly Smith answered:
Hi. That would be a question for a termite professional. You should get other opinions about this property from both termite inspectors and a structural engineer. Good luck.
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Tue Aug 16, 2011
Kathleen Ryan answered:
It really depends on the actual situation. It depends on the current price of the house, how much is still owed on the house, how long it has been since the property has been on the market and also which bank may be holding the property. And of course, it is also dependent on the condition of the property. Please check to see if the property is available for sale in as-is condition or not. It is likely that the property may be but check with a buyers agent who will work on the transaction on your behalf. Glad to see that you have excellent credit. If you are a first-time homebuyer in the area you may qualify for First Time Homebuyer Credits depending also on your income. ... more
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