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Thu Apr 4, 2013
riquitadurden asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/homes/Georgia/Conley/sold/274527-4211-Cedar-Lake-Dr-Conley-GA-30288
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Fri Jan 4, 2013
darnleyceleste asked:
ga. n this area as well please.email is darnleyceleste@aol.com lookin to relocate next year in the fall
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Fri Oct 26, 2012
Kaylane Peters-Davis answered:
Yes its possible I was searching homes in that price range just today. Call me I can help you find what you need. Kaylane Peters. Keller Williams Realty Metro Atlanta 504-373-9696 ... more
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Thu Oct 25, 2012
Veronika Barash answered:
Most recent record of sale is dated 2004. The house is currently under a contract listed as a short sale transaction with the asking price of $100K.

If you need any additional information, please call, email or text me.

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Veronika Barash, Realtor®,


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Thu Oct 25, 2012
Tom Miller answered:
I am not from Conley, but I'll bet there was a wide range of prices. Can I help you find a great agent in your area. Call me. 678-469-9917
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Fri Oct 12, 2012
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No, the agent only receives the amount of commission that isspecified in the commission agreement in the sales contract. Of course, a good portion of that will go to their broker.
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Fri Oct 12, 2012
Ashley Wood answered:
Im a Realtor in Louisiana and we don't require a seller to disclose whats is known as "psychologically impacted" aspects of a property. What is considered a psychological impact on a property? That varies by state, but generally a property may be demmed "psychologically impacted" if a crime was comitted on the property, if someone died in/on the property, or if another intangible negative past events that have not affected the structure or condition of the property but may impact the way a person "feels" about a property.
Your Realtor is bound by a code of ethics and if you are his/her client your realtor has fiduciary duties that require him/her to be honest with you and to represent your best interest. At the same time, depending upon your state law and your relationship with the Realtor in question, this Realtor may be unable to divulge any psychological impacts on the property. How would this be the case?
If the Realtor in question represent the seller of said property and your state does not have a statutory mandate for disclosure of psychological impacts on the property, then this realtor would be conforming to ethical guidelines by not sharing that information. This is because if he/she represents the seller and the state does not require that psychological impacts be disclosed, then that Realtor would be doing the seller a disservice to disclose said impacts. It can get a bit complicated really, the best course of action may be to consult a real estate attorney in your area to inquire about the statutory position on psychologically impacted property, and depending on what the attorney tells you, hire a local agent to represent you and to help you determine whether the property is right for you.
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Mon Jun 25, 2012
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Thu Oct 11, 2012
Lee Taylor answered:
I like your screen name, Hot1. The only viable retail that I know of down that way is The Stagecoach, The Black Cat, truck stops and a bunch of logistics businesses. There are a lot of retail amenities, like Kroger, Huddle House and a Zesto, just 4 miles north on Moreland. ... more
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