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Thu Jun 2, 2016
Heather Fontaine asked:
We take great care of the homes we rent as my boyfriend is a contractor, need a house by July 1st as we still have a daughter in High School at Bacon Academy and cannot leave the area.
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Wed Nov 4, 2015
Perfumedghouls1887 asked:
What is the average sold price for homes in Colchester, Connecticut?
How long do the homes ( in average) take to sell? What is the standard--3 months, 6 months , 9 months or more?
Are…
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Thu Jan 8, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
The best way to know is to call them and ask. Depending on what the costs are for, im sure some can be waived but some others may not.
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Fri May 3, 2013
Gary Border answered:
http://www.appalachianwoods.com/lumber/reclaimed_beams.htm?gclid=CPTziZXU-rYCFa9cQgodBG0A0Q
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Wed Jun 27, 2012
Ann Knowles answered:
Only Salem will allow you to attend Salem School. When he gets to East Lyme High School you would be able to live in East Lyme, Niantic or Salem.
Ann Knowles, Realtor Prudential Connecticut Realty
annknowles.prudentialct.com
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Sat Mar 5, 2011
Janet Swider answered:
Candace gave you some good advice..also you can go to the town clerks office to see what lis pendens are on the address you purchased just in case there is anything else that needs to get taken care of at the same time. In the future it may be a good idea to do this process before you close. Most title searchers find these liens prior to closing. I am routing for the positive that they are taken care of "your back taxes" Good Luck in your new home. ... more
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Sat Mar 5, 2011
John Juarez answered:
Jason,

I am sorry for the confusing situation that has been foisted upon you. Take a breath and realize that there is little that you can do until you are able to talk to those who are or were involved in your purchase – your Realtor, the title company and the law firm of your late attorney. There is little help that we can provide on this forum since we do not have the complete details of your transaction. In addition, the advice that you are seeking is legal advice in nature and most of the folks on this forum are not attorneys. ... more
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