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Wed Jan 10, 2018
Brandicedotolo asked:
Sun Oct 22, 2017
Jeannette Champiney asked:
We have save many homes just don't know how close to where we are looking and is there a way to have 1 agent to help us with all the places we would like to see ? Most of the places…
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Tue Jul 4, 2017
Eli_lilly0812 asked:
It would be for 2 adults and 2 well behaved mature dogs (Pomeranian and a terrier) Used to come and stay with family when I was a kid.
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Thu Mar 27, 2014
erb43 answered:
Hello Richard: Good choice - Suparloaf is a terrific place to own. My advice is to make sure you are working with a broker who knows and actively participates in the rental market on the mountain. Call Jeff Kennedy, Mountainside Real Estate's Designated Broker. He a wealth of experience and expertise, and owns his own rental property on mountain. Call toll free 877-237-2101, and visit Mountainside's website at http://www.sugarloafmountainside.com for more info. You won't be sorry. ... more
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Tue Jun 11, 2013
Dawn Haskell answered:
There are a couple of really nice homes in New Vineyard, if you want to call me I can give you the information. 207-446-0722
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Sat Nov 17, 2012
Nathan Belcher answered:
Without touring the home or having all of the specs and details on paper it would be foolish for anyone to give you a figure on what the home is worth. I would agree with one of the answers here that if the bank is asking 129900 then the home is probably worth close to that or more. The bank isn't trying to really make profit on the home just not lose their shirt on it. Be aware though that buying a foreclosure can take a long time till closing and in most cases the bank will want you to buy as is and not allow any inspection period. ... more
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Mon Jun 4, 2012
Donald Stevens answered:
If your son is no longer occupying the home he has to purchase a new type of homeowners insurance. Traditional homeowners insurance policies exclude coverage when the home is rented to others. He should look into buying a landlord policy. That would give him property coverage and liability. The last thing anyone wants to happen is to pay premiums for an insurance policy that is going to deny claims because they were unaware of a tenant in the home. ... more
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Thu Jun 30, 2011
Dave Griswold and Lisa Payne answered:
Hi Phil. Yes with exception to decks or porches.. Full usually but not always means it's also 6ft or higher. You should check with the Realtor to confirm

All the Best

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Thu May 5, 2011
Gloria Mcgraw answered:
$126,000 assuming it is listed correctly.
On the merits of the home----1 bath,.7 acres,etc-maybe it should be more like $119,000---unless there are other variables not mentioned.
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Wed Jun 23, 2010
Brenda Rogers answered:
Joyce, I'm not sure if you're still looking for a property, but I'm building a house right now that is for sale. Off of the West Freeman Road, take the first right on True Hill, at the top of the hill I'm building in the Woodland Heights Development! It's really pretty in this area. Email me if you would like pictures! Brenda ... more
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Wed Mar 10, 2010
Brenda Rogers answered:
Thank you Emily, That's the third time that I have asked that question! lol

Have a great day!
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Wed Mar 10, 2010
Don Tepper answered:
Too many responses to even try addressing them all.

Repossessing a parrot? Like a fixture, the bird conveyed with the house?

Or one group of bird brains just seeking to be reunited with another bird brain?

Imagine Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz skipping down the yellow brick road, accompanied by the Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow (with straw for brains), and the Tin Man (no heart) chanting "Parrots and goldfish and cats, Oh my!" Can you come up with a better description of some of the lenders than being bullies with no brains and no hearts? I think we've got the basis for a remake of the Wizard of Oz.

Welcome to 2010.
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Tue Mar 9, 2010
Brenda Rogers answered:
I believe that the old Red Barn Farm outside of strong may be for sale. It had a sign the other day, but that could have been kids messing with it too...At one point this winter they had a giant stuffed dog hanging out of the windows. The original Farm burned down many years ago, and all that is still standing is the old barn. Check with the Strong Town Clerk. She's very helpful. There is also an Old Farm house across the street from me in Madrid. The owner is a collector of Property and I don't know if he would sell it or not, but he also owns the Texaco Station in Philliips. The Property is located on Huntington Road. The Old house still stands, but I don't think it's liveable. Good Luck! If you decide you want a camp instead of a farm...ours is for sale too....lol...

Have a great day!
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