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Sun Jun 13, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Keep in mind that original costs and assessments have no bearing on price, however market value does--you need to review recently sold similar properties in the immediate are--after reviewing the data a determination as to a fair offer can be made--ask your agent for comps--your agent can best advise you. ... more
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Mon Aug 3, 2009
Miriam Swanson answered:
What type of information are you looking for? A buyer's agent is full of valuable information that would help you in purchasing a home. As a buyer's agent I give confidentiality to the buyer and perform a market analysis on the property you are interested in purchasing, I am also bound to give my client councel that will benefit him or her. These are just three examples of information that would be benefitial to you. Feel free to contact me at Hunt Real Estate. My phone number is (315) 488-2926 ext 253. ... more
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Thu Jul 30, 2009
Elizabeth Herbert answered:
It could be a number of reasons as to why the houses are being turned over within a few years of purchase.

Perhaps the owners bought the property as an investment and changed their minds, or maybe the owners are needing to relocate.

If you would like to find out about any issues with the property, talk to the neighbors. I showed a property to a client yesterday and within 5 minutes into the showing one of the neighbors was sticking her head in the door to find out who we were and what we were doing. Then she started spilling her guts about not only the property but the owner, neighbors, community issues, everything we could want to know and more. Believe me, some neighbors are a veritable gold mine of information!
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Sat Mar 21, 2009
Carmen Di Biase answered:

The buyers have the right to be in your home for an authorized inspection for as long as it takes. During the inspection, all attenion should be on the inspector. Therein lies the problem with the children. You have the right, as the homeowner, to ask the parents to keep the children in hand. Should they be unable to do so, you have the right to ask them to reschedule the inspection for a time when the children will not be with them. In terms of liability, check your homeowner's policy. ... more
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