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Home Buying in West Wildwood : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 18, 2012
Larry Sarlo answered:
West Wildwood is nice place. Very casual living. I would not say alot of flooding. most of the homes have been lifted. West Wildwood has always been known for it's low lying areas. but certainly if there was a hurricane you would not want to hang around. But average storms don;t really bother the island. Alot has been done to curtail the problems from the past.

Living in WW is secluded. Most of the value in property there is located on the canals. There is one section of canal that is sort of landlocked. The 2 bridges that surround the waterway only allow smaller boats to enter therefore you are limited to for access that way. These homes are little less in value if you are looking for water access.

The other is the probably more of a problem all the way around the WW island. Low water. No dredging has been done which makes water/docking access difficult.

West Wildwood is a nice place and there are some deals there you can pick up.

If I can help you there please call me I am very familiar with the island.

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Wed Feb 13, 2008
Eric H. Wong answered:
Hi DMS;
In general, what your Realtor has told you is true. Prefabricated homes are put together and painted under ideal factory conditions. But in the end it all depends on the quality of the manufacturer of your home, and hoew well you have kept up with the maintenance of your home.
If your home inspector gives you a thumbs up on your house, if you present it well, staging, painting, cleaning, and it is priced right, it does not matter whether it is a prefabricated home or not.
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