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Mon Oct 9, 2017
Catherine Anne Galvin asked:
Mon Apr 6, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
It is actually common, many times the property is already rented and they just have not removed it. You are better to call them if they have a number. If you do message them, dont send the standard message, take the time to write your own as most standard messages is spam, and most owner and agents ignore it, unless the person took time to write direct. Be careful of fake listings, never wire money and dont rent a home without seeing it first and guaranteeing the owner who says they are the owner, is the owner,. ... more
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Sun May 4, 2014
Rtandara asked:
Mon Dec 30, 2013
Chuck Braxton answered:
Hey, Pardner:

You are bit far afield asking this question about Montana on a site about market conditions in Milford, NH. If you put your question into a Google search the Zillow website is the first to appear. While this website has serious limitations as a predictor of value in many resort areas of the country, it is a start.

To find an agent to work with go to this link

I am not sure the office that sold the most homes in the past two years is the best metric for selecting a brokerage and agent to represent you. I would look for an agent that has GRI (Graduate of the Realtor Institute) and/or ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative) designations and someone or a team who work FULL TIME at real estate. Of course, at this site you will only see agents who are members of the National Assn. of REALTORS and abide by the Realtor Code of Ethics as well. When you are working from a distance to find a home, you want a high energy agent who will work as your buyer agent to delve into all details. I do not know the specifics of Montana real estate rules related to how agents represent buyers so that would be a good thing to understand clearly especially if the property that you finally select is listed by the brokerage that also represents you.

Good luck in Big Sky Country.

Best wishes for the New Year.

Chuck Braxton, REALTOR GRI
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Tue Dec 4, 2012
Jamin M Jones answered:
I have many great NH Realtor friends if you need a great agent, just let me know. Glad to help.

Jamin M Jones
Torchwood Home Inspections
NH Lic# 280
Mobile 978-675-7597
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Frack this you need to check and see if oil companies have been at it in your area. You may want to check out this link. ... more
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Mon Feb 14, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
You are welcome Fiona, good luck with your sale, please let me know if you have any further questions
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Sat Nov 20, 2010
Scott Godzyk answered:
Chris , how are you making out? If you still need assistance, just send me an email. I can assist you with with advice in working things out
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Fri May 15, 2009
Bombclown asked:
My wife and I currently pay 1150.00 per month and would need a 9-12 (possibly a few months longer) month rent to own agreement. We have very little debt, however we need to clear up older…
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Mon Feb 16, 2009
Carl Johnson answered:

It is a fair question that you ask. If you send me your email address I can send you a couple of tables with the breakdown over the last 5 years.

The only problem is that if an agent changes offices then their sales stay with the original office and are often assigned to the Broker so it is not completely accurate but it will give you the info that you seek.

I do reports monthly on the local market and post on my web site at so I have the info readily available. You can send email to and I will get back to you.

Carl Johnson
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Sat Nov 22, 2008
Tom McGuirk answered:
Seacoast NH, waterfront homes have retained their value in this down market. Any listing priced-properly will be sold in thirty days. We are finding a lot of ocean-front properties going stale on the market due to the overly inflated list price. I would suggest anyone interested in this type of property be prepared to research what the value is and offer that value (and be able to justify your offer.) You're not going to find a "deal" but there are plenty of properties available and with a little research and aggressive negotiating, they can be acquired for their value. ... more
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Thu Aug 9, 2007
Mike answered:
Looks a bit pricey. There are other properties which are atleast 30% less priced.
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