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In My Neighborhood in 19087 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 8, 2011
Edmund Choi answered:
1. How many off-street parking spaces would remain upon removal? Is your property situated within a neighborhood or on a double yellow line road? Is there a park nearby and can it be accessed by sidewalk? How big is your lot and how big is the proposed backyard? 2. How big are all your bedrooms? If the current full bath is shared, is your proposed 2nd full bath going to be an ensuite bath for the master? ... more
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Fri Jan 15, 2010
Pete Simonetti answered:
Anthony,

Your best bet is to talk to a Realtor who can give you an idea as to the market value of your home. The other alternative would be to hire an appraiser. Depends on why you're asking. Give me a call, be glad to help.

Regards,

Pete Simonetti
REALTOR, MBA, ABR
Weichert Realtors

610-687-4400 x125
610-662-9695 cell
610-340-2338 fax

mainlineagent@gmail.com
www.phillyhomescout.com
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Thu Aug 14, 2008
Pat & Nancy Zollo answered:
A simple way to get an idea would be to measure the length and width of the outside of the home. The length times the width would give the square footage, times the number of floors. You would subtract the garage if there is one and the basement should not count unless it is finished and has heat and ac if applicable. I hope this helps. ... more
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