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Home Buying in Raytown : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jan 2, 2015
Taylor Akinmoladun answered:
There are a few homes in Raytown that the owner has listed willing to sell as a lease purchase or with owner financing. It depends on your home needs, bedrooms/bathrooms/garage/etc and price range you need to stay in. Let me know if you would like me to look into some of the homes currently on the market and see if they fit your needs. ... more
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
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Tue Dec 17, 2013
Linda Hamm answered:
MLS # 1837710- Hi, Lois, this home is no longer available, it's currently under contract and being shown for back up offers only. I do have several others that may work for you though. I'll email them this afternoon, Linda 816-616-9876 ... more
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Fri Sep 7, 2012
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Sat Jan 9, 2010
Dan Chase answered:
4 walls on the outside. A roof that is in good shape with no leaks. Insulation, newer furnace, and windows (energy costs). Good condition. First floor living (kitchen, bedroom, laundry). Easy floor plan to get around in. Ability to get a wheelchair in and around (just in case). Not to long a driveway if I have to plow snow. A longer driveway if I do not. Reasonably close to a v.a. hospital or clinic. 40 acres or more, I might settle for 20 if everything else was perfect. Far from a lot of noise and hustle. A nice solid foundation, not concrete blocks.

The most important amenity, a low price, low taxes, and decent neighbors. The neighbors are the more valuable part of the property. (A big garage is to drool over)

The least desirable things, stainless and granite. Keep the expensive crap away. I want low price and functional.
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