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Home Buying in New Bedford : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 1, 2015
Diana Hellman answered:
No but you can post it on Zillow. Trulia only allows real estate professionals to post.
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Tue Jun 16, 2015
Nicole Wood answered:
Hi Mary,
If you would like to email me at I will be happy to send you all the rental listings that fit your needs in the areas you desire.
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Sun Jun 9, 2013
John J. Dean Jr. answered:

There are a handful of these banks around and most of them like to work in a specific area. more information would be helpful .
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
Heath Coker answered:
Joe Botelho Real Estate, Inc. (508) 998-1000 List Agent: Kristy Verissimo and
Century 21 Hughes & Carey (508) 999-4541 List Agent: Linda L. Nichols
have an active listing there.

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Mon Oct 29, 2012
Heath Coker answered:
Whether they do or don't will still need to be adjusted to your personal ability to borrow.
Call the local lenders and ask for an experienced originator.
Be patient, your deal will require time and attention that others won't.

Next, ask the same institution for the least experienced originator.
If the best won't help you, the hungriest might.

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Wed Oct 24, 2012
Bill Ryan answered:
I would love to help you with this process... Please give me a call and we can discuss several options that I have for marketing.

Bill Ryan
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Thu Jan 26, 2012
Eric Hanlon answered:
What type of commercial property? a Multifamily, strip mall, office, warehouse, etc? Send me an email, and I will see what I can find. Most commercial properties don't sell off of MLS. You need to look at other sites.

Let me know if I can help.

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Tue Jun 10, 2008
Steve Medeiros answered:
Although it would be great to have a certain number, the construction cost per square foot is not even a general number. There is so much to be taken into consideration like the quality of work, and the type of things being included in the price. To give you a number would be very subjective and not realy help you move forward.

My guess is that you are looking to get an idea of what a job would cost. My suggestion would be to get several quotes from some qualified contractors so you have an idea of where they fall based on the same specs being quoted with everything being broken down and itemized. I have a few contractors that I refer business to and they are wonderful at giving you an idea of what the job would cost with everything broken down so that you can decide based on cost if you want something specific. Things are somewhat slow and there is some good competition on prices to bring them down a bit.
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