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Home Buying in 19422 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 28, 2013
Carol Cei answered:
Hello, Joyce,

What subdivision are you speaking about? There are several in Blue Bell with fees.


Carol Cei,Realtor, ePRO
Re/Max Platinum Club
Five Star Professional
ReMax Action Realty
215.643.9661
carolcei@remax.net
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Mon Jul 16, 2012
Edmund Choi answered:
Septa Lansdale/Doylestown - Pennlyn or Gwynedd Valley stations
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Tue Oct 6, 2015
Melissa Leonard answered:
I am a realtor in the area and I also live in the country club. Call me and I'll explain everything about the club.
Melissa Leonard
610-310-2666
Mleonard@cbpref.com
Top agent at Coldwell Banker Preferred BB ... more
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Sat Jul 31, 2010
Jill Daily answered:
Many homeowners were part of a lawsuit against Builder. Builder offered compensation and many homes in that development were entire redone on exterior. Seller's disclosure from Owner should provide data as to that particular dwelling. ... more
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Tue Jan 26, 2010
Jacky Mitchell answered:
Do you have an agent? An agent can answer all of those questions and more. Every buyer should have an agent. Oxford of Blue Bell was an apartment complex that has been refurbished & turned into a condominium/townhouse community. There are many answers to your question. Are you talking to the management team selling the conversions or is this a resale? A resale in Oxford more than likely would offer or accept a seller assist ( under the right circumstances). My office is in Blue Bell & I have serviced this area for over 20 years. Contact me at 610-220-7508 for more information. Be happy to assist you. If you have an agent , you should contact them for the answers. By the way, Blue Bell was voted 14th best place to live by Forbes magazine in 2004!! ... more
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Fri Jul 15, 2011
David Ortlieb answered:
Abeno,

The condition of the home could be evaluated by a home inspector if you found one that meets yours needs. Some weathered is not the same as bad condition. Give me a call and we can discuss in further detail.

Dave Ortlieb
Coldwell Banker Preferred
267 465 6019
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Fri Feb 4, 2011
Gregory Parker answered:
In my opinion Yes, it is okay to make the offer. There is no such thing as a bad offer. It helps the seller get a feel for what the markets expectations are. Opens up a dialogue between the Buyer and Seller. It helps educated the Buyer about what the market will bear. Offers are good!!!

Gregory S. Parker, CRS
Coldwell Banker Realty Professionals
2924 Swede Road
East Norriton, PA 19401
Office 610-277-5000 Ext. 249
Direct 610-994-1147
greg.parker@coldwellbanker.com
www.PhillyAreaHomeHunter.com
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Wed Feb 2, 2011
Ed Valentine answered:
It's difficult to generalize when talking about what to offer for a house. It depends on where the home is priced, is it dramatically overpriced? Is it at fair market value? I don't think $40,000 below asking price is too low to start your offer. Have your real estate agent give their opinion on what the house is worth in todays market. You should use sold house from the past 3 months and if necessary go back 6 months. If the house is dramatically overpriced $40,000 may be to low of a reduction in the asking price. ... more
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