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Property Q&A in Hixson : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Oct 21, 2014
wvtomglngreg asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/homes/Tennessee/Hixson/sold/1000115887-8737-Daisy-Dallas-Rd-Hixson-TN-37343#photo-1
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Sun Oct 28, 2012
Lucy Patterson answered:
The home has no basement. Would you like me to help you to find a great home with basement in Hixson?
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Sun Jun 3, 2012
Ken Fryar answered:
No, not at this time. The owners only want to sell . No rento to own or lease options.
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Fri Sep 9, 2011
Beverly Prestwood-Langley answered:
Thanks for your interest in this wonderful home.
It has been on the market about ninety days.

May I make an appointment for you to see it?
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Wed Feb 3, 2010
Steven Sharpe answered:
According the the information on the MLS, this home is occupied and the garage to the left of the home is going to be dismantled and removed by the current owner. No information is available regarding the types of repairs that are necessary.

If you would like to schedule a showing to see this home, please feel free to contact me. Have a wonderful day!

Steven Sharpe
Keller Williams
(423) 322-0131
(423) 664-1900
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Tue Nov 10, 2009
Kevin Pellatiro answered:
Wow Anne, the land boundaries are probably the least of your concerns right now. Crazy Hammer Guy would be what I see as the real problem. To your questions: The buyer and the seller share responsibilities to know the details of the property (an attorney can help sort this out for you), BUT the seller cannot legally mislead interested parties. There are several disclosures that attempt to protect the buyer in this way. Unfortunately, in practice every day, the property lines are typically something that the buyer needs to verify in part because homeowners can also make honest mistakes. Displaced structures, and especially fence lines, get misjudged all the time.

An attorney would need to be the one to say for you. After all, the homeowner could be in huge trouble if there were attempts to trick the home buyer (that are harmful and able to be proven). I would hate to see someone mislead at all, but especially if they could have been notified before completing the sale on their new home. Do you have reason to believe that this was the case?


Kevin Pellatiro
Hoping to help you take advantage of the market – when you are ready.
(615)714-7918 | kpellatiro@realtracs.com | http://signswemustobserve.blogspot.com/
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Thu Oct 15, 2009
Diane Burke answered:
Ellie, this house is owned by a real estate agent. She had it on MLS last fall but has since removed it from the market. I am attaching a link where you can see additional photos and the listed square footage is 2600. Please let me know if you want me to find out anything else on the property.

http://mymls.org/ChattanoogaReports/ListitLib/show_report.aspx?ID=7019395391
Diane Burke
dburke@realtycenter.com
423-774-7703-cell
423-899-5943-office
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
Donna Darnes answered:
This house has been withdrawn off the market, meaning the homeowner has decided to take it off the market. For more information about this house you can contact me. There is a chance that it might still be available to purchase. Thank you,

Donna Darnes, Realtor
Crye-Leike, Realtors
5913 Main St., Ste. 107
Ooltewah, TN 37363
423.544.1906 (cell)
423.238.5440 (office)
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Tue Apr 28, 2009
Steven Sharpe answered:
Denise,

That home is listed by Darlene Gordie with Happy Homes Realty. Her contact number is (423) 316-6956.

Feel free to contact me directly as well if you have any questions and I would more than happy to help you out.

Thanks,

Steven Sharpe
Keller Williams
423.322.0131
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Fri Apr 24, 2009
Steven Sharpe answered:
New docks must be approved by TVA prior to being constructed since the shoreline is owned by TVA. The review process is typically fairly simple. Most experienced dock builders have gone through the process before and know exactly what is required.

You might want to contact the listing agent/company directly to see if there is an existing dock permit on file for the property. Best of luck in your home search.

Steven Sharpe
Keller Williams Downtown
423.322.0131
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