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Home Buying in Fallston : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 21, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
They are private and no you probably will not be able to see it. You can certainly ask what the contingencies are, but they dont have to tell you. If it is under contract, the seller can not break the contract and go with you ... more
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Mon Mar 9, 2015
Sheri McLaughlin answered:
Hi Nurider,
Commissions, like any service or product is governed by anti-trust laws. Realtors are not allowed to discuss their fees with other agents from other companies. Each real estate company has a fee schedule that their agents are expected to follow. During the interview process agents willingly share their companies' fees with a potential client. I believe it is important to discuss what services are provided throughout the process. It varies significantly from one agent to another, even within a particular company.
Hope this helps.
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Wed Jul 9, 2014
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Sun Apr 7, 2013
Jamesbrown9028 answered:
If someone present you a home and it says turn over Mobile Home Disclaimer
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Mon Oct 17, 2011
realtortheresa answered:
In addition, the "with" kickout USUALLY applies to when the buyer of the home has to get their current home under contract and has been given a certain number of days to do so. In a no kickout, there are many other contingencies in a contract between contract signing (ratification) and settlement, when the contract could "fall apart" because of other terms of the agreement. It's not over till it's over in Real Estate. My job is not complete until after settlement and keys have exchanged hands. =)
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Sun Feb 20, 2011
Robert McArtor answered:
Hi Bill, I live in Fallston and work with Bank Owned as well as Short Sale properties. It depends on how much time you have to spend negotiating the deal and your abilitiy to obtain financing. I have a great track record of negotiating great deals when it comes to bank owned and short sale properties. Let me know if I can be of assistance. ... more
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Wed Dec 8, 2010
Colleen C answered:
Schools are comparable, but I prefer Fallston. I am currently looking to move to one of these areas and I prefer Fallston for the location. It is rural, but easy access to Bel Air or Perry Hall. I also like the rec programs like lacrosse. Fallston is a little "snootier" than Bel Air.

Baldwin is another option right next door to Fallston, but most neighborhoods fall in Fallston district. Check www.hcps.org/school locator to find out.

Downside of Fallston is high cost to buy and the houses are not very updated. You are paying for the area. Bel Air has a lot more option price wise, but it is very congested with traffic except those few rural areas tina mentioned and BRAC is about to invade and make it worse.

If you want closeness to stores, Bel Air is better. If you want smaller community, rural feel, go Fallston.
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