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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Peter McNicholas answered:
The stack pipe for that block is between the stairs and the heater in the middle of the basement on the same wall where the heater is located. I was just in a house on that block 3 days ago. ... more
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Sun Jun 2, 2013
The Harrisonburg Homes Team answered:
It is completely worth the time, energy, and money put into your business to have a website! There are many tools you can offer your home buyers and sellers, like property searches, maps, mortgage calculators, even a blog. It is well worth it! Our real estate team has gotten many leads and clients from our website. Good luck! ... more
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Wed Mar 12, 2008
Tyler Wagner answered:
I believe that the public records kept have the general description of your lot that include a tax map, distinguishing the property lines. If you want to find out exact locations of your property lines you would have to have a survey performed by a certified surveyor. While this can be expensive, it can help you settle any property disputes or may be needed if you plan on submitting plans for permits to add on to your residence. If you'd like, I could help you with the public record search, to give you a better idea as to where your property lines exist in comparison to neighboring lots. ... more
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Thu Mar 13, 2008
J R answered:
Where I am you can go down to the building department and get a copy. The building department will at least be able to tell you where to get them.
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Sun Mar 2, 2008
Chris and Stephanie Somers answered:
Would you like us to send you a list of availabe properties? Have you spoken to a lender yet?
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Sun Jan 20, 2008
Nina Chen Landes answered:
The person who will be removing their name from the deed would have to agree to do so, by signing off on the new deed that reflects the transfer to another party.
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