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Home Buying in East Germantown : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 23, 2013
Fred Glick answered:
The individual proepties in this neighborhood are mostly owned by people that live there an investors.

There is not a master plan for any one entity or agency to come in and redo the entire neighborhood.

If you want to investigagte which areas to ionvest in, you have to start with boots on the ground, get a feel, see trends, etc.

I have access to information that non-realtors don't that I am happy to share with you.

Please contact me direct. or 215-238-9400

Fred Glick

Broker/Owner, Multi-state Licensed Real Estate Brokerage U S Spaces, Inc.
Managing Member, NMLS Certified Mortgage Brokerage U S Loans Mortgage LLC

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Mon Nov 5, 2012
Jonathan Unrath answered:
I happen to like the area. Give me a call or email and we can go check out the neighborhood together while checking out the home this week!

Jon Unrath
267 968 1505
Weichert Realtors Media
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Mon Jul 9, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
Inside of what?

Think about it.
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Sun Dec 5, 2010
Dusty Rhoton answered:
I have had this come up several times in the past and have found the best way to deal with this type of scenario is to have your realtor present the offer and on the cover sheet, use the verbiage, "This offer is based upon the most recent comparable similiar sales in the subject property neighborhood of homes" .

Typically, homes grossly overpriced won't be getting any offers, showings, etc., and when the buyer FINALLY gets one with this type of verbiage - it usually gets them thinking about their listing price and they now know you and your agent have done your homework. Good Luck!
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