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Lower Merion Township : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Nov 9, 2014
Tammy Harrison answered:
I can help! My listing at 562 Haverford Rd, Lower Merion, PA is open today from 2-4. If you want to understand pricing one thing to do is to see as many homes like yours as possible. Of course, size matters, but Location and condition are also very important. These 3 things are the most critical in pricing. 1) Location, 2) Size and 3) Condition. Other amenities or updates may or may not make a difference. Sometimes the updates owners do are so personal they can actually detract from a home. Wallpaper is one of those things. Ponds in the yard sometimes fall into this category. Come see me and we can talk. If you can't make it today, call or text at 610-520-2500 or email me at tammy@tammyharrison.com I am NOT high pressure but very honest about what your home will sell for. ... more
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Sun May 27, 2012
My NC Homes Team answered:
Legal yes. But unless you set things up with a lender in advance, it's unlikely you will have enough time at this point.

Buying foreclosures at a sherriffs sale or on the court house steps is incredibly risky and unless you are very experienced I would not reccomend this to anyone. Have you done title search before bidding, do you know if there are any other liens on the property (tax, IRS, etc)

Rarely are foreclosurs the deal buyers assume them to be and before you start buying any more and possibly spending a lot of money I would encourage you to read the blog I've written about Foreclosures which I've included below.
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