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Thu Aug 11, 2016
Veronica Taylor answered:
Tinsley Homeowner,

The major factors in selling a home has been, location, price and condition. In this type of market, you must also consider competition. Not only are you competing with other homeowners, but also with bank foreclosure who have "larger pockets". Inventory is expansive where buyers at this time of year are not. Lots of choices for fewer buyers. There has been and will continue to be a influx into the Ft. Lee area, but the buyers are considering how long they will be in the area, school systems and what would be the best bargin for them. You should decide how badly you want to sell or are you able to ride out the market until end of winter?


Veronica Taylor
(804)254-0895
veronicataylor@msn.com
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Thu Nov 5, 2009
Helen Karuba answered:
Richardson/Plano area is fabulous, in fact it's where I live, for the same reasons as you are discussing. The schools for the kiddos are fabulous (RISD was ranked #1 in large school districts). The communnity is centrally located to shopping, the arts and transporation.

As to your obtaining a loan, I doubt your international status will cause you too many issues. I have worked with many couples coming from overseas without a hitch. You will just need to meet lending requirements.

If you like, you can send me your e mail address and I can forward several lenders here in Dallas that I recommend who can pre qualify you. That way you know your price range and can narrow down your search area. I can also set you up on a gateway to our MLS that will privide you with automatic updates of new properties on the market that fit your criteria.

Looking forward to helping you!
Helen Karuba
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Fri Feb 10, 2012
Peggy Moses answered:
There are currently 11 houses in the Multiple Listing Service for River Breeze priced from 214500 to 271900. Three are currently pending listed from 224000 to 225500. One has sold in the last 90 days at 209900. If you are interested in buying or selling in the area I would be glad to share information with you.

Peggy Moses
Keller Williams Elite Realtors
757-567-8456
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Thu Jan 17, 2013
Amy Boehm answered:
Have you considered moving outside the 1604 Loop. You can still be in the Brandeis school district and find some lovely homes in that area. If you wold like you can go to our website at myboehmteam.com and click on search properties. There is a property search on this page that you can use by schools. This way you can find out what is available in all the areas that feed into Brandeis. Good Luck and welcome to San Antonio. ... more
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Wed Aug 19, 2009
Rosemary (Ros) Hall answered:
In the 1980s Haverford had a superfund site but I believe that it has now been remediated see http://www.scorecard.org/env-releases/land/site.tcl?epa_id=PAD002338010#siteinfo for more information. It seems that water contamination was the main problem but the water supply inthis area is mains and there are few wells if any.

Havertown is a much sought after neighborhood with great transport and amenities.
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Sun May 10, 2009
Lubna Sheikh answered:
Genelia,
How high is the HOA? there are not many town homes in the Mission School District . I saw some homes that are in the low 700k range in the mission school district if that is what you want. Warm springs goes to Irvington high, which is the 2nd best rated school in Fremontl. My older kid graduated from Mission and my younger went to Irvington. Just for FYI, the younger one did better in High School and managed to get into a good college ... more
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Tue Oct 15, 2013
Bruce Lynn answered:
Treshawnda....probably best to get with an apartment locator. I don't see any post on here, but you can probably google for Arlington and find one.
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Wed Mar 25, 2009
Kelly Gebler answered:
Hello! I am not in the Roseburg area but got a little bit of a chuckle from the email posting I received.....Trulia only sends a portion of your question out to us Realtors - when I got the email it looked like an ad from the Personals Section.........."Good-Natured Buyer with Cash Seeks Cool, Fun, Ethical Realtor for Interesting Situation" :) Best of luck finding a Roseburng Realtor and getting your mom and nephew situated!

Kelly Gebler
Real Estate Broker & Loan Officer
Keller Williams Realty & Sunset Mortgage
Serving the Portland Metro Area
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Sun Sep 5, 2010
Sold! answered:
Nope. Prices dropping make the worst time to buy ever. $200k house, 15% further drop - have fun losing $30k.
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Fri Jan 1, 2010
Dallas Texas answered:
Best to contact the ISD direct obtain accurate info. They have entire maps of which streets belong high school, or perhaps website.
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Wed Oct 26, 2016
JD answered:
Oh yeah, I should mention that I try and avoid driving on Atlanta freeways following a bad crash several years ago (thanks to a driver who was disabled and trying to drive and talk on the cell phone at the same time). So, I'd be commuting from East Cobb to Roswell using secondary roads. ... more
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Wed Mar 4, 2009
Solomon Greene answered:
Snellville in southern Gwinnett County is home to approximately 18,000 residents and features new city hall, new senior center, new lifestyle center (mall) and lower crime. Outdoor entertainment options includes golf at Summit Chase Country Club (summitchasecc.com) and parks such as Lenora Park with it'sdog and walking trail and South Gwinnett Park.

This home is located within the South Gwinnett High School Cluster, an AP Merritt School where students consistently exceed state and district benchmarks on standardized exams. State tests reflected a school wide reading proficiency of 97.6% and a math proficiency of 96%. Over two percent of the staff hold doctoral degrees, over fifty-one percent hold masters degrees and the average years of teaching experience here exceeds 12 years.

You'll find out more about the listings currently available at the link below. Be sure to scroll down or simply control F and search for "AMEN:" to find out about the amenities available in this community.

http://atl.rexplorer.net/REX$PUB/79/GREENESOLOMO/pub/pub_128530331.htm

If you have not owned a home over the last three years, have at least a 580 credit score and are within certain income limits, you may qualify for down payment assistance. Find out more at the link below and be sure to view the fliers at the left of the page.

I welcome the opportunity to serve you.

Thanks
Solomon Greene
REALTOR® / Consultant - Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners
(678) 775-2677
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Tue Nov 17, 2009
Karen Parsons Fiddler answered:
Hi Gabe,

I think you are right about pricing. The only concern I would say is to watch the school districts. Have you considered going a bit further south? There are some nice areas in Irvine and even further south than that. For the same money, you can get quite a bit more in Mission Viejo and there are some really nice schools there.

I'd be happy to talk to you more if you like..shoot me an email and we can chat..or you can search some home prices at my website at www.great-western-realty.com.

K
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Wed Jan 19, 2011
Tony Camero answered:
The lease market is crazy in Houston right now.....which Cypress is more or less a part of.
As long as the rent is right and the property is attractive it could take as little as a week two a month or so...
Three bedrooms homes are the bread and butter of the market, so as long as the rent makes sense and the home shows well and has clear signage from owner in front yard or is listed with a Realtor so their sign is in front and rental listing is in MLS...it might not take much time at all.
If you are interested I would like to discuss this with you and help you lease your home, as I happen to probably live 10-15 min from you

Tony Camero
281-935-7839
Keller Williams Realty
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Fri Feb 6, 2009
Marc Paolella answered:
Forget #1. You can't do it legally. And if you get caught you will be fined and required to remove the second kitchen. You will be caught. Neighbors always report that sort of thing. If for some reason you are not caught, and there is a fire or other mishap and and someone gets hurt or dies, you will be sued for everything you have, and you will lose.

Forget #2. If you operate a rooming house in a single family zone, everything in #1 above will also apply.

I would simply buy a legal 2-family. Much less hassle.

Also, if you buy a single family and obtain a mortgage, the mortgage will usually stipulate owner-occupied single family usage regardless of the zoning. If the bank subsequently finds out you are using the property as an investment, they will recall the mortgage and you'll be screwed. And they will find out. They monitor that sort of thing.

-Marc

Marc Paolella
Relocation Director
Member, Worldwide ERC
Licensed Realtor NJ
Licensed Appraiser NJ & NY
Century 21 Joe Tekula Realtors
Agent of the Year 2008
Owner: Sands Appraisal Service, Inc.
Phone (direct): (973) 584-4235
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Thu Dec 18, 2014
Dallas Texas answered:
Crime you can visit police website.

When we have had clients confused between two communities we recommended for family go hang out in that local area, parks, pretend they live there over weekend, shop in stores, dine, speak with residence of city, tour schools, WOW sometimes city thought they loved decided was not match for their personal or professional lifestyle.

Compare the schools ratings by contacing ISD.

Place all on excel spread sheet pros and cons look at global picture.

Map out your short and long term goals for living in that community. What is growth of community.
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Sat Jun 27, 2009
Ralph Windschuh answered:
With your budget, you have many possibilities. Much will depend on your willingness to commute to and from work (if you ware working in Manhattan). Even though the market in NYC and the surrounding area was affected by the declining real estate market in recent years, it certainly has not been hit as hard as many areas in the country. If you are interested in receiving "Listing Book" which is a great tool to view homes, please provide me with your email address and contact information and I will furnish that to you. Good luck!

Ralph Windschuh
Associate Broker
Certified Buyer Representative
Senior Real Estate Specialist
Century 21 Princeton Properties
631-467-0009
rwindschuh@c21princetonproperties.com
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Tue Nov 5, 2013
The Hagley Group answered:
The Pros: There are a lot of foreclosures on the market and you can get a great home by a great builder at a great price.

The Cons: No local grocery stores or other shopping...you have to drive to either Tracy or Livermore.

There are great buys everywere right now. (Including San Leandro!) Find a good buyer's agent and find your dream home. There is no need to settle!
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Mon Oct 5, 2009
Wayne Beals answered:
A keen observation.

Perhaps a lot of the reason behind this can be attributed to the fact that many of the properties on the market currently were listed and priced with comparables that were higher from an earlier period. Recent closings indicate the need for prices reductions and initiate lower buyer offers (buyers usually check the comparables before making an offer).

Over the last six months, Hyde Park and Kenwood have averaged exactly 89.74% of list price for closed single family homes.

Compare this to Lincoln Park which has averaged exactly 93.18% of list price for the same period.

Over the past three months, all lakefront communities from Rogers Park to East Chicago have averaged 91.56 % of list price at sale.

I do agree that list price versus sale price in Hyde Park and Kenwood has a larger gap than average, but it is not as much as you would believe from the examples that you have seen.

I have worked in Hyde Park and Kenwood for the past five years. Sellers traditionally don't price their properties with these ratios in mind. They are hopeful for "top dollar," regardless of market conditions and what "top dollar" is. As far as I can tell, these ratios show that sellers in Hyde Park and Kenwood have become more negotiable in regards to offers.

This would be a GREAT time to buy your dream home in Hyde Park and Kenwood, given the data. Find the home you want, check the comparables, and make an offer.

Best of Luck and, as always, contact me for further assistance.
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Tue Oct 2, 2012
Gail Gladstone answered:
By law, Realtors are NOT allowed to comment on neighborhoods or school districts. We are only allowed to be the source of the source.

So, feel free to go to http://GailGladstone.com and click on "neighborhood info" and hopefully, you will find everything you seel/ ... more
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