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Mon Jun 8, 2015
Nina_schumann asked:
when i asked for a valuation for 25 Hampton Road, Exeter, NH 03833, trulia keeps sending me to 25 Hampton Road, Unit B2 or another of the 8 condos that are at 25 Hampton Road, but always…
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Mon Jul 29, 2013
Laurie answered:
Have a family rent to own or rent at a reasonable rate. You can look at the median rental in your area & have money coming to you monthly. I would love to find a rent to own prospect but everyone needs cash now. Good luck. ... more
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Mon Apr 22, 2013
Dane Hahn answered:
Commissions are paid by the seller. If you are the buyer, you're all set.
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Sun Mar 14, 2010
Laura Scaccia answered:
Hi,

I'm sure you'll be inundated with offers to help....!!

There are many qualified agents in the area, most of whom will have experience with bank-owned properties. While you're sorting out who to work with, keep a few things in mind:

- you obviously want someone who knows what they are doing
- you need to feel comfortable with that person
- take the time and interview an agent.

Naturally, I am one of those who would like to assist you! My office is in Exeter, I live in Exeter and know the seacoast well.

I hope to hear from you - either way, good luck!!
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Fri Nov 13, 2009
Chuck Braxton answered:
This is right in Innovia. Search and select the properties, click Use Checked, click the button Driving Directions and then work the list. , You can juggle the order around to mesh with the realities. This will do up to 20 locations. I have found some drive times to be too long, but that gives you some slack in a schedule. If you really need to optimize go to randmacnally.com and join. Once the properties are on a map (oh, that is another problem ... listing agents not mapping their properties correctly or checking the geocoding that Innovia assigns). you can usually get a pretty good idea of the optimal route options.

You may have to enter addresses manually (or approximations) if the location cannot be found, but that is not too bad if you have any idea about the area.

Best, Chuck Braxton, REALTOR, Roche Realty Group, Inc. Meredith, NH
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Mon Mar 30, 2009
Scott Godzyk answered:
Good Afternoon Connie,

This is a question that is asked quite often. The answer simply differs from case to case. There is advantages and disadvantages to both. If you are comfortable enough in your financial situation that a cash purchase will leave you with enough of a financial cusion to live, then you avoid paying a mortgage and can save some money. Most often i see people put 50% down and get a mortgage for the other half of the purchase price. Only you know your whole financial picture and future goals. If you are paying a 4.75% mortgage or less and can get a larger return on an investment, then it pays to get the mortgage. Check with your cp or advisor. I wish you luck with your purchase ... more
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