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Washington Virginia Vale : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Apr 2, 2016
Kendall answered:
Here are some links to townhomes & condos in your 1200 price range:
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Fri Nov 14, 2014
Jennifer Schell answered:
If you are looking for section 8 housing, go to The website has answers to everything. There is usually a waiting list for section 8 housing. ... more
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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Betty Armbrust answered:
Scott. We will be holding 7900 W. Layton Ave. #905 open both Saturday and Sunday. 1:00 to 4:00. Love to have you visit.
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Thu Jan 31, 2013
Julie Bloch Burton answered:
Hi, I had emailed earlier - and just wanted to follow up. As you mentioned homes in this area go quite quickly! I still have a buyer that is looking to purchase this year. Is there anyway I could get a sneak peek at your place and see if it would be a good fit? If we sell it prior to going on the market it could be a win/win situation. We could meet for coffee first to discuss. I am available this week to meet for coffee if you would like. Oh and to answer you question, I would run an analysis to value of your property prior to putting any major investment ($12K windows) - you dont want want to make an upgrade that will not sell your house . . . Julie

Julie Bloch Burton - Broker Associate, Realtor®
Brixton Real Estate -
Cell Phone: 970.396.7435 | Fax: 720-306-2397
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Mon Oct 27, 2008
Jon Patterson answered:
Hi Marty - you've gotten quite a response. I know these a generally brief answers trying to grab your business, but I'd have to pose a questions back to you. How familiar are you with our fair city? Denver is a large place, and some of the other recommendations are really great, however it really depends on your price point and what exactly you mean by "SE Denver". Like most cities, Denver has a Core Area that is truly "Denver" then it has dozens of outlying regions that fall into the "Denver Metro" area. For each, the answer to your question is dramatically different. With a little more information, I'm sure any of the brokers on this site could probably help answer your questions. Personally, I specialize in the outlying suburbs areas rather than the Core area, though my business does take me there from time to time. If you reply to any of these posts I'm sure I or one of my colleagues can really narrow down the search for you in to a few top neighborhood picks. Feel free to contact me directly via email or phone. Thanks so much for posting, good luck in your home search. ~Jon ... more
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