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Sun Dec 23, 2012
Russell King asked:
also have dog and cats, need 3 bedrooms (would like 4)

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Fri Nov 2, 2012
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Tue Apr 12, 2011
Joanne McKeage answered:
A townhouse or Garden Style condo? Take a look at both and decide what suits you best. This decision depends on your lifestyle. Yes, you can get a good deal with a foreclosure (best scenario is if there is not much in repairs/updating to do, or the price is so good that you are at or below market value even after making the improvements you need). The desirable properties and locations do get multiple offers. It's best, of course, if no-one is bidding along with you. If there are a few offers presented the bank will select the strongest buyer who looks likely to close quickly. So cash, of course is better than financing but most importantly a bank wants to see a buyer that is serious. ... more
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Eric D Lenz answered:
Predicting the future is not possible with generalizations, much less pinpoint accuracy. In this case, it is probably more important to compare the Associations rather than the particular units. The Association management, style, budget, etc., all have a lot to do with desirability of the units. That was not, and is not, always the case. But, it is becoming more relevant. And, as always, LOCATION is very important. Location of the municipality, location of the condominium, and location of the unit itself. Assessed value does not matter that much for various reasons. ... more
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Sat Nov 23, 2013
Kristi Ross answered:

As a genearl rule, Verona is an eligible area. Here is a link to the RHD program. Enter in the exact address and it will show you the eligibility.

Contact me with any questions that you have.

Kristi Ross
Coldwell Banker
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Mon Sep 23, 2013
Kevin Bennett answered:
The ultimate selling price simply depends on the Seller's circumstances and ultimate motivation to sell. Offers often come in lower than the listing price and many do ultimately get accepted so yes the sales price is negotiable. ... more
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