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Fri Aug 9, 2013
Tanya Ess-Young answered:
Contact a local remax real estate agent (see link below) they would be more than willing to assist you with your search and any additional questions you might have.
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Wed Jul 17, 2013
Stan Groppel answered:
No, this property is Bank/HUD owned (a foreclosure). This is a Fannie Mae HomePath property that can be purchased with as little as 3% down. The property is approved for HomePath Renovation Mortgage financing. ... more
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Thu Jun 13, 2013
joejech0113 asked:
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Fri Oct 26, 2012
Pamela Dryjanski asked:
find 208 potts st

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Wed Sep 19, 2012
Susan Beach answered:
If you are looking for a home in the Jerseyville area, please give me a call at 618 946-4618. Sue Beach, Century21Home Center Plus.
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Wed Jun 27, 2012
Lesley Gleason answered:
I would recommend Dan Mansmith here is a link to his website.

Another recommendation would be Steve Norris:

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Sun Jan 3, 2010
Marge Haworth answered:
HI James,
Thanks for visiting Trulia, I don't see a lot of inquiries from your neck of the woods. You pose a good debate in so far as cost of custom built VS. preowned. I would be leery of any true price per square foot as this can vary by 50 % according the amenities. In the price range of 240-260 I would expect to see around 2000 square foot 3bed 2 bath with upgraded cabinetry and counter fixtures. I have looked at Hollowwood and they sell for around 115 -130 per square. I do see that a few of those have been on the market for a while. A lot in that subdivision is around 30 I see one active lot for 34,000. So yes I think you COULD spend a little less and do it your self IF you are skilled in the trades, have a lot of time on your hands and a very flexible time frame. I have to say this not be scary but that is still a huge investment if you are on a learning curve to construction. Would you consider a rehab project? Foreclosure is the current "good buy" in realestate. As far as preowned homes it is a buyers market. On the plus side to custom built- you get exactly what you want in terms of floor plan and amenities. Good luck with whatever you decide. Give me a call if you would like a list of already built or lots and acreages.Sincerely, Marge Haworth - Landmark Realty 618-410-9830 ... more
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