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Quality of Life in Harrisburg : Real Estate Advice

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Tue May 24, 2011
Bob Stammel answered:
If you are asking about properties that are currently on the market, then here is an easy answer... Work with a realtor who can send you the listing info via email directly from the MLS. You can see at a glance if flood insurance is required. Additionally, we can send you listings of homes that do not require flood insurance. ... more
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Mon May 23, 2011
Barbara Kauffman answered:
Every child has different needs or strengths. As an agent we can not direct you to a certain school. You can read about the school on the school website or research on the internet. Cumberland Valley's website is You can search any of the area schools on the internet. Another site to check out is ... more
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Thu Sep 27, 2007
Demetrios Koutsokostas answered:
Trudy- It's a good time to buy in Harrisburg, PA. There is a good selection of inventory, the interest rates are low, and compared to many areas around the country, our appreciation was reasonable. As mentioned before it is unethical to "steer" buyers towards or away from any area. You can visit my website @ and click on moving & relocation resources to find links to area government offices, chambers, informative web links, and standard & poors school reports. ... more
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Wed Sep 26, 2007
Brooke 'The Kiwi' Realtor answered:
If you want to get around the 'Steering' laws (Us Realtors cannot do this!), JUST go to the various school data sites and get a FREE School Report of the area you are searching in. It will usually give you crime figures, attendance levels and other important data....Hope that helps! ... more
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Mon Sep 3, 2007
Pam Winterbauer answered:
Pretty area. Here are a couple of websited that I would look for rentals. and if no luck there try:
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