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Quality of Life in Indiana : Real Estate Advice

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Tue May 21, 2013
John Walin answered:
How did this situation resolve itself?
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Fri Feb 24, 2012
Don Tepper answered:
Check with your lawyer. Note: The seller is providing a reason. It may not make sense, and it might not hold up in court, but it IS a reason. But your lawyer would by far be the best person to answer.

As a practical, non-legal, answer: It's nearly impossible to force a seller to sell if he/she doesn't want to. Your lawyer will be able to provide advice on whether to seek damages. However--again, as a non-lawyer--the best thing to do would be to try to persuade the seller to change his mind.

Good luck.
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Fri Nov 6, 2009
Godwin asked:
Life as an elderly person is soft and gentle and needs soft toch so that it will last longer. I have cheap homes for senior citizen and the elderly around NY and the Islands. if u h...
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Fri Nov 6, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
Why "senior citizen?" Why not just a buyer?

As presented, this could be percieved by people as a scam.................
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Fri Oct 24, 2008
Lisa asked:
We are wondering if there are any children aged 7-15 on the sreet for our daughter to play with?
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Tue Aug 19, 2008
Cindy Breneman answered:

Thanks for the interest in the Plainfield/Avon area. I have lived in the area all my life and feel they are both great communities. They two communities are very different however. I would say that both communities offer great environments to live, raise a family and retire to. Being on the Westside of Indy, they still have a rural feel to them and there is still quite a bit of farmland in the area. Both communities are noted for their excellent schools in terms of academics, athletics and extra-curricular activities.

Plainfield is an established town that has seen a lot of growth over the past several years. There is a wide variety of shopping in town that is easily accessible from all the residential areas. Metropolis is a nice outdoor shopping mall in addition to strip mall shopping anchored by stores such as Wal-Mart, Target and Kohl's. Plainfield prides itself on it's parks and trails system and aquatic/recreation center and has that real "hometown" feel.

The Avon community is made up of subdivisions and shopping. The US 36 corridor is lined with just about any type of shopping or eating establishment you could want. They have several of the "big box" stores as anchors in strip malls which offer a huge variety of shopping opportunities. They have have a large number of restaurants. The Avon community shows a lot of support for their youth through their youth sports program and school athletics and band programs.

Are you planning a visit to the area soon? Both communities offer a variety of festivals and events throughout the year. If you would like more information on both of these towns, visit my website at for links to the town websites. You will find the links located at the bottom of my homepage. Also, if you have any questions about housing or anything else about the communities feel free to contact me, I will be more than happy to answer them for you. Also feel free to follow the home search link on my page to find available homes in the Plainfield/Avon area.
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Mon Jul 7, 2008
Debbie asked:
Mon Dec 3, 2007
Mike Kelly Allison Norman answered:
Find below a link which will take you to a sun angle calculator giving you a basic understanding of how to site your home on the property in question. I'd invest in a good compass. I have compasses on hand as I show country property and acreage and this question always comes up. If you google Solar Orientation you'll get a wealth of information. We are coming into the golden age of solar, passive solar designs. Just north of my county we have one of the largest daily solar application villages in "Hopland,Mendocino County, California". They have alternative energy applications galore!
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Fri Mar 28, 2008
Laura Grace answered:
Wow! I cannot believe this question was overlooked by us because it is an easy one to answer.
YES, it is a great place for seniors. There are neighborhoods and communities that are focused on senior living, golf course communities, senior activities and most importantly a diverse group of people outside of the senior community. Perhaps you may or may not have heard of Fearrington Village, Meadowmont or Carolina Meadows, just to name a few. If you are not inclined to live in a neighborhood focused on retirees, you will have many other wonderful options.
If you are still considering making the move I would be happy to send you a relocation package with the information you are looking for.
My apologies that you were overlooked for so long.
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