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Tue Feb 12, 2013
Scotty Gullaksen answered:
Hi,

Have about 4 of them available. 1 bedroom and 2 bedrooms. Would love to show you them. I think you will like them, as they are very nice. I live and work locally on Main St in Manayunk, so let me know when is good for you. Monthly fee is $135/month. Email me with any other questions.

Scotty Gullaksen
Century 21 Alliance- Manayunk
610-453-9898
Scotty@century21.com
www.ScottyGHomes.com
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Sun Feb 7, 2010
Chris & Stephanie Somers answered:
Hi John,

Seek, and you shall find : ) In Roxborough and Manayunk there are several properties in the $170,000 price range. I am not sure if they are what you will like but there are home out there at that price point.

Step 1 is get in touch with a mortgage person or bank and get preapproved.
Step 2 find a Realtor who knows the area.

Chris and I are better versed in the Philly Central area (and even in the N.E, including Mayfair) but we have an agent on our team and 3 in our office the specialize in Manayunk. If you need a hand please reach out to us.

Stephanie
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Tue Jul 14, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
00,

As a point of information. most lenders will not loan you money for a home that is not inhabitable. It must be livable, with a kitchen in place, plumbing, electricity etc.

Generally, individualy that come by partially completed homes are paying cash for the opportunity of doing the necessary renovations.

Our recommendation is to be in touch with a local real estate professional. They will have access to the information you are seeking and be able to support your interests.

Good luck
The Eckler Team
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Wed Feb 25, 2009
Monica Baxter answered:
Julie, You should be able to research your local tax records on line and pull up your property and any adjoining properties. This should give the name of who owns the vacant lot. You can then contact them to see if they are interested in selling the lot.

If you would like to get connected with a Realtor give me a call. 336-601-0335 I can find you a realtor in your area that will assist you in collecting that info and approaching the land owner.
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Tue Feb 24, 2009
Julie asked:
This parking is off-street and is behind the houses from Davis St. It looks to be private parking, but I am trying to find out if they are rentable.
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Mon Feb 23, 2009
Julie asked:
These spots back up to the yards of houses on Davis St. and have a Towing sign and Private property sign. I'm trying to find out if they can be rented.
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Thu May 15, 2008
Jim Johnson answered:
Are you an investor? If not, you should not think about the purchase of a home as an investment. It's great that a home often is an investment, but that should not be your primary consideration. An agent could not answer your question at any rate. An agent could however provide a trend analysis to show whether properties have been appreciating, giving you the basis for your own decision about the value of property as an investment.

You should make a buyer's agency agreement with a local REALTOR member of the MLS.
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