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Sean Payton, Real Estate Pro in Cleveland, OH
Sun Apr 7, 2013
Sean Payton answered:
The only two bedroom that was recently for sale is now in contract and is pending. There is one three bedroom listed but the list price is $899k. There are only one bedroom units currently listed for sale in this building. Please contact me directly if you need additional information. Thank you, Sean. ... more
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James Gordon…, Real Estate Pro in Hamilton, OH
Mon Dec 24, 2012
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
This property is not showing as available for sale on Trulia. This is an ad for Realty Trac. If you are interested in purchasing a property you can contact a local Realtor®.

Thank You member Trulia voices. ... more
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James Gordon…, Real Estate Pro in Hamilton, OH
Tue Dec 4, 2012
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
This property is not showing as available for sale on Trulia. This is an ad for Realty Trac. If you are interested in purchasing a property you can contact a local Realtor®.

Thank You member Trulia voices. ... more
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Laura Davids…,  in Cleveland, OH
Sat Jul 7, 2012
Laura Davidson answered:
If you get in touch with me I can get this info for you and get you pre approved to make a purchase.
330-612-2493.
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Jim Norbuta, Real Estate Pro in Pepper Pike, OH
Fri Nov 6, 2009
Jim Norbuta asked:
http://www.yourclevelandrealtors.com/2009/11/06/cleveland-ohio-realtors-8000-tax-credit-extension-signed-by-president-obama/
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Elizabeth Ca…, Real Estate Pro in Louisville, OH
Tue Jun 23, 2009
Elizabeth Campbell answered:
Most homes have either I-beams (steel) or wood beams....those built after WWII generally have I-beams, sometimes supported just on the outside perimeter blocks or sometimes also on interior posts. The purpose for using them is to eliminate the need for interior posts in a basement. However, I don't believe they have any affect whatsoever on water intrusion, and they ARE part of the structural integrity of the home. I'm no construction manager or general contractor, but have rehabbed 4 homes of varying age with my husband. If the home has an I-beam (steel) and there's some sort of structural problem, your best bet would be to get a structural inspection by a certified structural engineer or ask the seller to have one done. ... more
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