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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Cristyle Egitto answered:
I would get in touch with a lender and see what they say.

You could call a local mortgage broker or talk with the lending department at your bank.
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Andrew Wilkinson answered:
Hi Willshd,

The average price/sq ft in Chesterfield, VA is $100 according to our data, up 7.5% from last year.


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Mon Mar 25, 2013
Beth Kane CRS, ABR GRI,RESE,CDPE answered:
Great question that many people would like answered. The answer varies by location, condition, age & materials used. One neighborhood gets higher prices than another. Tax assessments vary based on closed sales in that neighborhood during the past years. Call me, give me the address of the property, then a comparative market analysis can be done. This will provide you with the answer of value you are seeking.
.Beth Kane CRS,GRI,ABR,CDPE Associate Broker Exit Realty Parade of Homes
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Thu Nov 15, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi Omer,

Take a look at the community information we have in Chesterfield:

Hope this helps,
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Laura Feghali answered:
Hello Lesa,
I suggest that you contact a few real estate agents in your area as they can go over a comparative market analysis with you to determine what your home's value might be. A CMA includes homes that are similar to yours that have recently sold in your neighborhood. This will give you a better idea of what your property's worth is and it is free service.

Good luck to you!

Laura Feghali
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Thu May 3, 2012
Nelsy Fernandez Gray asked:
Tue Apr 24, 2012
Andrea Bliley answered:
Hi Shelia,

That's great, there are a lot of good rentals out there a few questions:

What is your time line (when will be need to be in your new home)?

What is your budget?

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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Tim Moore answered:
The question is can you get a loan. If you have cash, no problem, but if you need to get a mortgage then you will have a problem most likely until a period of time passes.
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Wed Jan 25, 2012
Christine Moran Realtor & Notary answered:
Renting is a pain and easier said than done. Talk to your agent about this. If she feels another price drop might help you might as well if you plan to remove it from the market. You will have to figure how long you would have to wait until you can get more for the home vs how much you will bank from rent.
you could also consider a rent to own.

Good luck.
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Thu Dec 8, 2011
Robin Adair asked:
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Tue May 24, 2011
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Tue Jan 18, 2011
Sally Grenier answered:
You really should hire a Realtor to represent you. He/she will be able to do the research and find properties that have ag zoning. Sites like Trulia, Zillow, and may not have that info. The most reliable place is in the MLS with only Realtors have access to. If you need the name of a good agent in your area, let me know.

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Thu Nov 24, 2011
Susan Magee answered:

You can use a 15 year mortgage program. Or with most loans if you pay some extra every month towards the principal you can shorten any mortgage term. For example, if you pay a total of one additional payment per year, you can take a 30 year mortgage down to 17 years. I hope this helps. ... more
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Thu Jun 4, 2015
Susan Magee answered:
Hi Joeb,

Call J. L. Rogers, 804-561-5062. He is a Class A bulider and does a great job! He is very honest, quite dependable, and very reasonable.

Best of Luck on your project,

Susan Magee
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Sun Oct 3, 2010
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Thu Mar 26, 2009
Susan Miller answered:
This is in response to the question above. I apparently should have put St. Augustine, FL in the area I was interested in and somehow it shows as Chesterfield. My fault I'm sure. But in case any one who reads this I'm curious why some homes are 110,000 and just a block away they are 450,000 and it looks like they are both right on the coast. Can you really get a safe, normal place to live right on the coast for as little as 109,000 that is hurricane insured? ... more
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