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Thu Jul 28, 2016
Maricris A answered:

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Mon Oct 27, 2014
Megan Tolland answered:
You can look up the age of any home, as well as many other property facts including permits pulled & property sketch on the town of Framingham's web site, go to: residents then town services then choose what information your looking for. ... more
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
Heath Coker answered:
If you mean the interior of your unit, then an insurance professional will ask you a few questions and give you a quote.

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Sat Aug 18, 2012
Kathleen Helliwell answered:
I agree with Lou - the auction company might be able to assist you. Quite often the lender is the one to keep the property after an auction if they don't feel that an appropriate bid has been tendered by those at the auction. If that is the case, the bank/mortgage company will then make sure that the property is adequately cleaned up, secured (new locks & keys) and priced by an REO (Real Estate Owned) listing agent. You can then expect the property to be listing on MLS (Multiple Listing Service) with that REO agent. Keep in touch with your agent and he/she will notify you when it is on the market. Best wishes. ... more
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Tue Sep 20, 2011
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Tue Jan 18, 2011
Tom and Joanne Team answered:

I can share your frustration as I am dealing with a short sale myself. The seller still owns the property and the listing agent is the gateway to the bank. Even if you could go to the bank directly without an authorization form from the seller they will not talk to you. This arena is the wild, wild west and I wish you the best. ... more
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