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Home Selling in New London : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 29, 2014
Misty_deem answered:
I agree. I would check with the national historic foundation in your area to see what they say. They may give money to restore the house to the condition it was back then. May even offer to buy it and do the work. More so if it is in a historical area ... more
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Tue Jul 29, 2014
Misty_deem asked:
If you have been scammed by this company and still trying to get your money back or if they have kept your money and want this company to face fraud and scam charges please email me.What…
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Mon Mar 19, 2012
Joe and Marianne Malerba answered:
per it sold on 1/18 2008. Hope this information helps.

for Recording Date: : 01/18/2008 Sale Price: : $125,000 $
Buyer Name: : Hanser Timothy
Seller Name: : Frechette Hope
Document No: : 1764-195
Document Type: : Deed (Reg)
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Tue Oct 18, 2011
Stephanie Ross answered:
We already discussed this with the VA in CT and NH and both said to stop making payments.
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Mon Oct 10, 2011
Maggie Griffin answered:
I can defidentely answer your question. First a 2 bdrm condo is a plus, especially in New Haven. If you are where I believe you are located - - don't worry about that part at all. You see, condo sales are up and I have a good feeling you will be ok. Depending on your reasons for selling also matters. But being near an electric boat facility is not going to defer any potential buyers from your condo. Do you know the market value of your condo that is current? That is the top and most important information to know. ... more
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Wed Aug 11, 2010
Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh answered:
With foreclosure rates up 61% in the first half of 2010, it would seem that the market here is all 'doom and gloom', however, homes are selling if they are priced for the market conditions. Prices have dropped and due to the pending number of foreclosures, will continue to drop through the end of 2010. The good news is that housing is more affordable and interest rates are unbelievably low! It is a great time to buy. Lending is restrictive with underwriters demanding higher credit scores and more money down. The best buyers have 20% in their pockets or cash. It will be a buyer's market for the next two years, probably through the end of 2012. The stimulus did nothing to stop foreclosures, it simply slowed them down. Half of my sellers are facing foreclosure and we are working on too many short sales. ... more
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