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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Wen Farina answered:
Hello Ldinsy,
this property currently has an accepted offer but its owner is taking back up offers in case the accepted one falls through. Let us know if oyu have any more questions, info@wenrealty.com ... more
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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Dana Schatzl answered:
Kevin,

The Condo Fee is $150 per month, however the condo is under agreement.
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Fri Mar 18, 2011
Shane Cormier answered:
The listing referenced above was on the market as a short sale, but was canceled back in September. It is currently not on the market.

That being said there is plenty of inventory out there right now and I am sure we could find you a similar property if you wish. Let me know if I can be of assistance.

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Shane Cormier
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774.283.5630
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Sat Mar 19, 2011
Lisa Petrizzi-Geller answered:
Hi Lynn,

At this time the home is off the market. It was on the market last year as a short sale, so it is possible it could have gone into foreclosure status and the owners may have moved out. If I can be any further assistance feel free to contact me. ... more
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Tue Sep 13, 2016
Dan Tabit answered:
Jay,
Situations change. I had a client get a major pay cut just as we had an offer to purchase his house. With the new salary he couldn't afford the home they had planned to purchase, so we rejected the offer and removed the home from the market.
If the contract was followed by you and broken by the seller, you would likely have to take them to court to force them to perform. If you think this is an option you want to consider, ask your agent to go over the terms with you to make sure you were in complete compliance. That way when you have your initial consultation with the attorney you can get to the heart of the matter.
You may find your time and energy are better spent finding another home you'll be happy with.
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Wed Sep 8, 2010
Andrew Adams answered:
Word of mouth is your best best. Ask you existing clients to refer friemds and family to you.
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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Dakota Riley answered:
Hi Kim,
there is one available on Thayer Street that has both bedrooms on the 2nd floor. Feel free to email me at dakota@chaseteam.com and I can provide you more information as well as schedule a showing if you like. I hope all is well. Thanks! ... more
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Fri Mar 20, 2009
Deb McCourt answered:
please tell me what the "b/c" is ??    I will see if I can get some information for you.Deb McCourtCentury 21debm@c21denault.com
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Fri Mar 14, 2008
Mike Calef answered:
Truly your best bet ESPECIALLY in this market is to hire an agent. I know that it is very difficult to look at the amount of money that you would be paying an agent and say that that is your best option, but when you are looking back in a year and your house hasn't sold because you haven't had the resources to market your home properly you will be really stuck. The hardest part of selling your home by yourself is a by product that not many people realize....the emotion of the process. A real estate professional is exactly that...professional. It is their job to be unemotional with every home they sell. They are hired to look out for your best interest and make you the most money possible. In selling your home yourself you will be tempted to tell someone that you are on the market for 250K for example, but will take 240K you are hurting yourself. The average FSBO will cost themselves 12-15% of the sales price. That is FAR, FAR more than any agent will charge. I hope that helps. ... more
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Sun Aug 22, 2010
Chris Head answered:
Hi Lisa,
I'm not sure where Old York Rd in Abington is. It doesn't come up in Mapquest and no properties with that address show up in Public Records. I do work in this area, so if you are interested in sales in a particular Abington complex, I would be happy to get you that information. Just shoot me an email if I can help.
Chris
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