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Asked by Rick, Provincetown, MA Tue Sep 17, 2013

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Len Bowen, Agent, Provincetown, MA
Thu Oct 10, 2013
Older "conversions" probably arent insulated in the walls. Anything renovated since 1990 probably would be. A good Home Inspector can test for insulation.

Almost everything is heated (its difficult to get financing otherwise.
Its a case by case thing: most of your heat loss is thru the roof, so if your a 1st fioor unit the upper floor will serve as an insulation factor and help keep heating costs reasonable.

In any event you can always get heating costs from FA Day(gas) or one of the two oil companies(Marcey or Cape Cod Oil) Your agent should do that for you.
Len Bowen
provincetownrealestateonline.com.
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Anthony Piem…, Agent, Boston, MA
Sat Sep 21, 2013
Contact your buyer agent. They should be able to clear up and/or do some more "digging" into the listing.
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Anthony Piem…, Agent, Boston, MA
Sat Sep 21, 2013
Contact your buyer agent. They should be able to clear up and/or do some more "digging" into the listing?
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Brett Holmes, Agent, Provincetown, MA
Tue Sep 17, 2013
I agree with Rebecca, work with a local agent who is familiar with the town. Please call me at 508.360.3690 if you have questions.
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Rebecca Mata…, Agent, Provincetown, MA
Tue Sep 17, 2013
Use a local agent and you'll do yourself a favor. They'll likely have listings in the same complex and will know these answers.
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Ellen Friedm…, Agent, Cambridge, MA
Tue Sep 17, 2013
Yes it is. You can call the utility company and give them the address and the unit number and they will tell you what the annual bill is. You could also ask the listing agent to get this information for you. Good luck.

Ellen G. Friedman, PhD., Keller Williams Realty, 617-448-1542, ellenfriedmanhomes.com
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