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Home Buying in Hudson : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Oct 25, 2017
Tylachau answered:
Not sure why it didn't let me finished my question. I purchased a home recently that has a sport court on it. It appears that the sport court may have been built partially over the property line (about 5-6 feet in one corner). The sport court was built 23 years ago, and the property that adjoins mine is a large parcel of undeveloped land which is close to a railroad track (about 40-50 ft from the back of the sport court). I'm wondering if there is some type of wisconsin law that entitles me to not have to worry that this is on the other property. The other property has changed ownership 4 times over the last 23 years, and nothing had been done about it.
I am not from NY as my question states. I am from Wisconsin.
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Thu Jun 11, 2015
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Wed Jun 25, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
Contact and invite a few local agents from different realty companies and ask for a cma, comparative market analysis; see what the data suggests, ask opinions and go from there; cma's are generally provided free of charge by most agents, or you could consider hiring a professioanl appraiser... ... more
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Tue Oct 29, 2013
John and Becky Durham answered:
It is definitely negotiable but most definitely the onus should be on the seller's.

A couple of things to be aware of would be (1) if the transaction falls apart seller's are going to have to disclose this issue on their Real Estate Condition Report for future buyer's; (2) would your mortgage company if you are obtaining a mortgage even allow you to purchase the property with a bad drain field?

I hope this helps!
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Thu Aug 22, 2013
Anna M Brocco answered:
For school information see link-- As for the neighborhood, consider additional online research and do take the time and visit in person... ... more
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Wed Nov 17, 2010
Brian Borchardt answered:
There were 13 new homes sold in Hudson in the last year. The low price was $88 per square foot and the high price was $178 per square foot. The real question is why not get the perfect home for you now at a great price and take advantage of the great interest rates- these will be changing soon. I would love to help you negotiate with a builder or find an existing home at a great price. Make it a Great Day! ... more
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