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Property Q&A in Churchville : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Aug 2, 2016
Angelica P answered:

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Thu Sep 11, 2014
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Wed Sep 10, 2014
Lisa Brown asked:
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Fri Nov 18, 2011
Kim Rock answered:
Independant appraisals can sometimes still come back higher than what a banks appraiser will give (each person is going to use their own set of comparable properties, with the bank being the most cautious of the bunch). Your bank will only lend on THEIR appraisal, so keep that in mind.. Even if you end up offering more, you may wind up needing to renegotiate. Your agent will write an appraisal contingency in to your contract, I would hope.

A banks appraiser will typically use properties a half mile radius from the home, going back 6 months (sometimes more if needed). Is that what the current appraiser is using?

Feel free to call or email me with any further questions.

-Kim Rock
Keller Williams Langhorne
215 740 5643
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Fri Aug 13, 2010
Brian Luce answered:
Hi Monica,

Just another "tip". In many cases (something like 90+%), most water infiltration in basements stems from improper / poor grading on the outside of the home.

You would not believe how many wet / flooded basements come from downspouts draining right at the foundation, dirt / lawn pitching toward the home instead of away, incorrectly pitched patios allowing water to run toward the home etc.

I just wanted to point that out as well. Sometimes you do have a home / property that has a high water table that can be prone to flooding as well, but the majority of times it can be corrected. I've seen some pretty substantial cases and quite a number of remedies. French Drains, perimeter drains, state of the art vertical drains against the foundation wall.

Hope that helps

Brian Luce ABR, SRS, CMRS
Weidel Realtors
215-348-5600 x 163
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Mon Mar 29, 2010
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Possible, your best bet is to have your agent inquire - if you don't have an agent, find yourself a good one.

Good luck,
Jeanne Feenick
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Sun Dec 21, 2008
Bob Grimsrud answered:

The attached link if for a birds eye view of the property. I like to use this tool when previewing properties.

As you'll notice there are two large sets of power lines running right through the parcel.

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Thu Oct 9, 2008
Gita Bantwal answered:
Hi Jackie, Many home owners are renting the house if they can not sell it. Some of them do it on their own and some list with agents. You can look up the multiple listing on my web site and ook up listings for rent. You can look in the local newspaper for ads.If you need to work with an agent feel free to call me . I have helped many people find suitable rentals. 215-343-8200x124 ... more
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