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Home Buying in Haverford : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Feb 22, 2015
Bobby Daddis answered:
It's unfortunate, but the answer is not good. In fact, East Norriton, West Norriton, etc all fall in the Norristown School District, which has the lowest scores in Montgomery County. Taxes aren't necessarily low either. I would suggest looking in the Methacton School District, Upper Merion or Colonial. ... more
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Sun Mar 16, 2014
Jonea Price answered:
Sure! There are plenty. Copy and paste this link to check them out: http://www.myphiladelphiaagent.com/listings/areas/39207/propertytype/CONDO/sort/price+asc/

Let me know if you have any questions or would like to schedule a time to see any of these. Thanks!

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Jo Price, Esq.
Keller Williams Realty
215.910.5411
Jo@MyPhiladelphiaAgent.com
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Fri Nov 5, 2010
Pete Simonetti answered:
Correct. It was the starting and final price before it was withdrawn.
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Thu Oct 28, 2010
Brian answered:
In addition to this old neighborhood not being able to handle the traffic pattern of Darby and Marple Rds, the recent traffic explosion will only get worse due to the development and opening of the new Haverford Reserve, which is just around the corner from Marple Rd. I'm not sure how many condo units it has, but it is massive. ... more
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Thu Jun 4, 2009
Bill Hamberg answered:
Definitely take advantage of Carol's Market Snapshot. It is a great tool that gives you real time updates for active and sold listings in your area.

Meg Hamberg, REALTOR, ABR, CDPE

The Bill & Meg Hamberg Team
Keller Williams Real Estate Horsham
215.784.5230 Direct
215.657.8100 Main
215.657.8105 Fax
PA LIC# RS278797
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Fri Mar 6, 2009
Vicky Chrisner answered:
First of all, I bet you didn't know that attorneys can generally get part of the commission when they make a referral to an agent. You might want to find out if that is the case here.


Second, yes, real estate agents get paid for handling the transaction, and the commission you mention of 6%, while always negotiable, seems within the "normal" range. In fact, Fannie Mae recently issued a statement relating to short sales in which it gave blanket approval for commissions up to six percent for selling a home. So, a major lending institute, even when they are paying the bill, acknowledges that nationwide this is a reasonable fee for residential real estate.

Lastly, I am not sure I understand your question.... attorney hired a realtor and then you asked him to buy the house for half price? Why'd you do that? If you wanted to "give" your friend the house for half price, why was a real estate agent involved at all?
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