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Home Buying in 19004 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun May 8, 2011
Alexander Shulzhenko, ePro answered:
Hello Tee, the answer depends on the value of your home, the area you are in, insurance carrier. Roughly 15-35%.

Alexander Shulzhenko
Advance Realty One
267 738 0886
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Fri Jul 2, 2010
Fred Glick answered:
Anything in Lower Merion under 200k is usually a good deal.

I'd be happy to run comperables for you and see.

If you are not represented by a buyer's agent already, please email me directly- fred@fredglick.com and I will make a determination for you.

Fred Glick
U S Spaces, Inc
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Sun Aug 9, 2009
Kimberly Collins answered:
Casey,

Here is the website for Montgomery County so you can look up the tax rate.

http://boa.montcopa.org/boa/cwp/view,a,3,q,53796.asp

If there is any other way I can help you please let me know!

Best regards,

Kimberly Collins, Realtor, ABR

"A Refreshing Real Estate Experience"

Keller Williams Realty Group
Cell: 610-476-7519
Office: 610-792-5900 Ext 8177
Fax: 610-792-8131

Oh, by the way I'm never too busy for your referrals!

Search the MLS -- for FREE! Visit http://www.Kimberlycollinsrealtor.com
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Thu May 29, 2008
Stacey Karp answered:
Single family homes normally bring you the biggest return on your investment. However, depending on the main factors, price, location, desirability and demand, that is really the only way to figure out which is best to buy. People love to live in Conshy since taxes are lower in certain areas and you are just close enough to the city but also far enough away. With a single you have no association to worry about. You own it all, not just the "air" within the walls. You have to be careful, there are some pretty tight restrictions for some condo associations. You need to have someone do some further research to actually come to a conclusion. ... more
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