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Jchamp-20, Home Owner in Bear Lake, PA
Mon Aug 8, 2016
Jchamp-20 asked:
I have a for sale by owner ad (18272 Route 957, Bear Lake PA) that I posted on Zillow. How can I add a phone number or maker any other alteration on Trulia website?
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Missshirleyt…, Home Buyer in Russell, PA
Tue Jan 19, 2016
Missshirleytrout asked:
I have received a letter from a friend living there and I cant make out correct address
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Susie Kay, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Tue Oct 14, 2014
Susie Kay answered:
You need to put 20% down to avoid PMI. However, lenders have different programs and you'll need to talk to them so see which program is the most suitable for you.

Good luck!
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Gretchen1016…, Home Buyer in Tidioute, PA
Thu Jan 9, 2014 asked:
Dlehrm, Home Buyer in Tidioute, PA
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Dlehrm answered:
No i do not have a picture of a heritage house
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Alison Hillm…, Other/Just Looking in San Francisco, CA
Wed Jul 17, 2013
Alison Hillman answered:
Check out:

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jerpap, Other/Just Looking in Youngsville, PA
Tue Mar 19, 2013
jerpap asked:
This question was asked from this property:
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Joseph Whipp, Real Estate Pro in Russell, PA
Tue Jan 17, 2012
Joseph Whipp answered:
Hi Lonnie,

Going price varies for many reasons. I can do a market analysis for you if you would like to contact me about marketing your property. Feal free to email me at ... more
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Jonathan  Du…, Real Estate Pro in Warrren, PA
Mon Dec 5, 2011
Jonathan DuShaw answered:
There are currently three properties that have at least 5 acres of land. Let me know what your requirements are in a home search, number of bedrooms, price range etc. I will email the info to you.
my name is Jon Dushaw and my email is

Nancy J Shattuck Real Estate
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Benny Smith, Real Estate Pro in Pittsburgh, PA
Sat May 28, 2011
Benny Smith answered:
It depends on the value of the home. If you really want it then lock it up. Have your realtor put an appraisal contingency in and home inspection to ensure you get a home worth what you are paying. If price is your consideration then look for the lowest priced home that meets your needs and start making offers with solid financing or large earnest money deposits. What to offer is and always will be a best guess balancing act of how much you want the home and how high you are willing to go. One last point if you like it at that price you may not be the only one. Even in the worst of markets which you are not in some homes sale at and even above the asking price. ... more
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Karlene Smith, Real Estate Pro in Warren, PA
Sat Sep 25, 2010
Karlene Smith answered:
Foreclosures are usually listed with a real estate company when they are ready for the market. So check your local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in Warren, PA that would be or or check HUD’s website . These types of properties can have issues such as busted pipes, bad roofs and such. Getting an accepted offer on a foreclosure can be trick I highly recommend you work with an agent that is experienced in foreclosures. If I can be of further help call or email me anytime. ... more
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Karlene Smith, Real Estate Pro in Warren, PA
Sat Sep 25, 2010
Karlene Smith answered:
Each acre is worth a different amount based on several things. Example the acre with road frontage is worth more the acre behind it and that one is worth more than the one behind it. An acre on flat ground is worth more than an acre on a slop, the acre with river front is worth more than the others if there is access. That said, in 2008 I pulled all the land sales in Warren and divided the acreage into the sell price and the average came out to $2,010 per acre. Some of these acres sold for $500 per acre and others sold for $3,000. My advice to you is to have a REALTOR or appraiser values your property. Keep in mind the REALTOR may not be as unbiased as an appraiser as they will be hoping for a listing. The REALTOR will do this for free as a competitive market analyzes (CMA) Where an appraiser will change for an appraisal. Not all REALTORS are alike some will tell you the price you want to hear and some will deal with the facts. ... more
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Sean Dawes, Other/Just Looking in Philadelphia, PA
Tue Nov 3, 2009
Sean Dawes answered:
You should be entitled to get your deposit money back. However I would not anticipate getting any other funds back such as inspection money you spent.

It was written in the contract that they must close on their house in order for you to get their pre-existing home.

Are you selling a home as well or renting?
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