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General Area in 40204 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Chase Thieneman answered:
Hello. Check out the site below for more information, it may help. If and when you decide to move give me a call. I would love to work with you in finding your dream home, making it as stress free as possible. 502-367-SOLD!
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Fred White answered:
If you are interested in looking at a house or a demo model there, I would be happy to take you and help point out certain areas of interests. To be honest, there are not too many places building lots of new houses right now, but that area is a decent commute to Ft. Knox which is growing substantially. ... more
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Thu Feb 13, 2014
Kathleen Reed answered:
They are fine, as far as I know. Have lived in area all my life (59 yrs). The only problems I am aware of are down Hikes Ln further, around Klondike Ln. Hope this helps.
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Lisa Ratchford answered:
I'd love to send you some suggestions but I need more information from you. You may contact me anytime at or 502-558-7140.
Lisa Ratchford
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Tue May 1, 2012
The Mawood Mercier Group answered:
Old Louisville is a great neighborhood. I have resided here for 20 years and never had any problems with crime. I specialize in the neighborhood and other Historic Districts all within 15 minutes of U of L. Feel free to contact me for any of your Real Estate needs. ... more
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Thu Dec 8, 2011
Mack McCoy answered:
Probably not.

For that to happen, you would both have to either own the house outright, or be able to assume the loan on the other house.

All the best,
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Thu Mar 31, 2011
Dick Bieniek answered:
Alexis it sound like you have your act together. If you do not use credit cards that is a good thing as Jonathan Joachim stated you have re-occurring bill that happen every month and during the year these are people you have established credit with. You should see the bank you do business with. I would sit down with them and see if I could apply for a home equity loan through them which is relatively inexpensive to set up. When you have an equity loan established you can always use it to get the money you need quickly when you get in a jam. ... more
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Wed Jul 16, 2008
Larry Story answered:
You would need to contact a local realtor in your area. Just call them and have them come out to your home and do a CMA (comparative market analysis) of your home. This will tell you the approximate market value of your home. Now you do not have to sign anything and call more then one agent. You need to interview these agents for the job of selling your home. Sit down now and write down your thoughts and concerns. Talk to the prospective agents and tell them your concerns. Chose the one you feel the best about and that gives you the answers you like.

Hope this helps,
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Wed Oct 10, 2007
Tom Cox answered:
Yes, Oldham County will do most any Indy area equal or better
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Fri Sep 21, 2007
Tom Cox answered:
Louisville is a big area. Can you be a bit more specific?
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