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Tue Sep 24, 2013
Judi Monday, CRS answered:
Tile is not hard to lay itself but it is difficult to make it look like a professional did the job and that's why I'd recommend calling one.
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Mon Jun 24, 2013
Kevin Coffey answered:
Jennifer, I would say that if you are considering purchasing a home I would speak with a lender and Realtor now. The reason is that there are loan programs available where you can purchase for no money down. There are also grant money programs where you can purchase for only 1% down. So understanding this now would more than likely help you in your decision making process. We'd love to help you when the times comes for you to start looking at properties. Feel free to call us at (614) 300-2900 or visit our website at

Best of luck!

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Thu Jun 20, 2013
Myra Dover asked:
I really am looking for nice rental properties which it is long term money as apposed to short term quick sales just to get it out of your hands.

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Wed Mar 20, 2013
Jennifer Kitchen answered:
In 2012 the average days on market for homes in Groveport was approximately 85. December had the longest days on market, 122 and in July the average days on market was only 50. I sold a home the Grove Pointe subdivision last year and it was only on the market for 23 days. ... more
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Sun Jan 20, 2013
Jeannie and Gary Henkel answered:
Hello Anthony,
I would be happy to answer any questions you have. What is your price range?
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Tue Jun 26, 2012
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Fri Aug 13, 2010
Tammy Jackson answered:
They do have a home owners association. If you wold like more information on the homes located in that subdivision or others please feel free to give me a call or email me.

Tammy Jackson
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Wed Jul 29, 2009
Patricia Aponte answered:
It's possible that the sellers had already investigated the short sale possibility but had not heard from their lender on the matter. Therefore they may have listed it normally until they received agreement for the short sale. In selling it to you they may not have cleared enough to pay the bank, while if they sell it in a short sale, the bank would agree to relieve them of any debt over the sales price. Anything they owe over the sales price would be forgiven, although they could possibly receive a form #1099 making them responsible for the taxes on the forgiven amount, taxing it as if it were income. ... more
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Sun Apr 12, 2009
Karen Wisne answered:
Hi Teri,

Your offer is$10k over the usual $280k ! So it's an improvement. If you really need to move, you may be forced to work with this buyer. 5 acres is not in as much demand as it use to be. I know it's heartbreaking to be in that kind of position. I had a client who sold a condo in Las Vegas for 1/2 of what he paid for it.

I found your listing on MLS. There was a bank short sale just down the street from you that is bringing down the average (sold 10/08) and a little bit newer home just sold 4/09 for $299K (also 5 acres). If you send me your email address, I can forward the comparable report.

Your Agent can also provide these recent sales. Good Luck.
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