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Sat Mar 28, 2015
Scott T Lewis answered:
Fri Jan 3, 2014
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
There is no way to tell unless you tell us what property you are referring to. Where did you see the property?
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Mon Nov 11, 2013
Robert Barden answered:
Hi Martha,
The house has 3 bedrooms and one bath, the heat is oil, with baseboard heating.
I can get you in to see the home when ever you would like. Call me direct

Robert Barden
RE/MAX Bell Park
25 Providence Street
Putnam, CT 06260
860-928-7991 Office
401-636-1665 Cell
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Tue Jul 14, 2009
Linda Lang-Bankowski answered:
Hi - I'm not an appraiser but have run across this before. If it's present use is residential and you are going to be an owner occupant and use the house as a residential residence, the appraiser will need to document and explain that on the appraisal. I know that the lenders are getting very specific and detailed but it is worth the effort. Good Luck!

Linda Lang-Bankowski, Broker-REALTOR
Quinnipiac Realty, LLC
Cell (203) 619-4377 eFax (203) 306-3155
31 Quinnipiac Avenue~North Haven~CT~06473
(203) 624-3000 Ext. 701 Fax (203) 624-3001
~Licensed in Connecticut~
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Thu Mar 5, 2009
Keith Manson- Metro Milwaukee Wisconsin answered:
It depends how the condos were structured and how many phases there were and what percentage of each phase were completed. Were the association put in place or was the builder still managing the association? The tax values are most likely the least of your worries. The taxes should be able to be adjusted with an appeal if not done authomatically by the city. However, my concern would be about the entire complex and how it will look in the future. Your association should get together a she what they can do to protect the value and the development. Look at talking to a atttorney! ... more
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