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Mon May 19, 2014
Eileeny62 asked:
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Sat Mar 8, 2014
Larry Lichtman answered:
Hi Mr. Kaplan,

This is probably an e-marketeer phishing for some e-mail addresses from certain consumersresponding to their posts or simply a court filing that may be happening against the owner. It doesn't mean it will actually go to foreclosure. Some sites report any civil actions filed as foreclosures but that isn't the case.

There are several nice condos and townhouses available on the waterfront and in Olde City. Please feel free to call me anytime to discuss what you are ultimately looking for. I'll be glad to help you find a home that meets your needs and preferences while accommodating your tastes as well.

Looking forward to speaking with you soon.

All the best,
Larry Lichtman, Realtor
Direct: (267) 254-7994
Your Real Estate Resource For Life

Liberty Real Estate Associates
924 Arch Street, 1st Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Office: (215) 625-4725
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
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Thu Dec 6, 2012
Philip J. Cunningham Sr answered:
Before I can answer your question why are you asking and what type of property are you looking at? the last question is where are you getting your information? You might want to contact a Realtor to ensure you have a source to conect to the info. Please call me direct at any of the contact info below

Philip J. Cunningham Sr
V.I.P. Realty Corporation
7942 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia,PA 19152
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Mon Mar 31, 2008
Lisa Berliner answered:
First thing you should always know who is paying you-in any business.You should also be aware that Pa has some policies regarding real estate that are very different from its neighboring states. For example you take "binders" where NY does not. If your brokerage does not have a formal training program - ask your manager if she could hook you up with a "mentor". This person can teach you a lot of the "practical knowledge" you will need(not all the legal terms & facts you learned in your licensing class). This mentor can take you on her listing appts or go with you if you have a listing appt or let you ride along when she takes out a buyer. You can agree to a fee in return(ie:25% of your 1st two closings etc). Coldwell Banker had a program like this years ago before there was a training program & many people found it useful.
good luck, Lisa
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