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Fri Dec 18, 2015
Jason Silverstein answered:
Your Time. Acting as your own Realtor takes time. You will need to arrange showings, learn how to use the contracts and disclosures, deal with a low ball offers, take phone calls from buyers and Realtors who will be asking questions, and spend time on marketing. Is this the best use of your time? One of the biggest lessons I have learned in life, is that you should focus your time and energy on what you know, are good at, and what you enjoy. ... more
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Sun Mar 23, 2014
Trisha Kozak answered:
Hello, There are several options. There are communities that offer furnished short term rentals, but there are also what's called executive rentals. They are private, furnished rentals for the short term. I would be happy to find just the right fit for you. Please contact me if you would like help in finding one!!


Trisha Kozak
Coldwell Banker Realty Corp
tkozak@cbrealtycorp.com
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Mon Jul 1, 2013
Maryhalperin answered:
Appliances are included. Utilities are not included. Near Barn Plaza off Almshouse.
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Thu Sep 20, 2012
Loretta Leibert answered:
If you are concerned about flooding, your Realtor or local insurance agent will be able to determine whether or not the home is currently in a flood zone, and would therefore require flood insurance if you have a mortgage. However, the key word is "currently" because the flood zone maps have been changing.... ... more
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Fri Jul 27, 2012
Old Realtor answered:
Depends on your motivation and your bank account. At a certain price someone WILL buy it.
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