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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Frank A Jakob answered:
That depends on many factors:
1. What type of construction?
2.What geo area of country?
3.What season?
4.How many occupants?
5.What is heated square footage?
6.What type of utilities::heat pump, electric strip heaters, window air conditioners,gas, water heater, etc. etc.

Probably best to ask the owner who has lived there for more than one year.
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Tue May 14, 2013
Alison Hillman answered:
Hey there,

Check out the local price maps: http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Medina-Ohio/

Ali, Community Manager
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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Cecilia Sherrard answered:
Hi,

The HOA fee is $170 monthly and includes; Exterior Building, Association Insurance, Landscaping, Property Management, Recreation, Snow Removal, Trash Removal.

There's an annual recreation fee of $70. "Golf is available."

Feel free to contact us anytime to see this home or to discuss it further. We look forward to assisting you!

Cecilia Sherrard & Andrew Ginter
RE/MAX Ohio
440-781-8737
http://www.YouShouldOwn.com
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Mon Apr 8, 2013
Joe Mack answered:
Yes, I have worked with Miller Homes in Arbor Lakes, and they have built off-site for a few of my clients. They are custom builders out of Kidron, Ohio. In my opinion they are great to work with and build a great home. I can provide references from past clients. ... more
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Thu Dec 20, 2012
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Momma I believe a senior discount would be a fair housing violation.
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Ellen Chaney answered:
My name is Ellen Chaney. I am a Full-Time agent in Medina, Ohio. I have looked into this property for you and it appears that the listing expired last December. The home was a possible short sale at that time. If you would like to call me on my mobile phone I can give you any additional information that I have on the home. 330-321-2927 ... more
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
answered:
Hi!

My name is Kim Lawson and I work for First Priority Financial. Buying can be just as cheap as renting these days. Have you been prequalified to purchase a home? If you're interested to see if you might qualify to purchase versus renting you can give me a call or apply online at www.kimlawsonloanofficer.com . I'd be happy to see if I could help you out with that!

Let me know.
Thanks,
Kimberly Lawson
Loan Originator
First Priority Financial
T: 888-659-3848
KimFPF@WOH.RR.COM
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
What is the judgement amount not that hokie minimum bid so I know how high I really have to go.
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
Robert Erney answered:
Hey Linda there really isn't a whole lot of sellers offering a RTO option, but what i can do is email a few that are offering RTO! And ill have you set up with a automatic email when new ones come available! If your borrowing power is almost ready or this is something else small holding you back from buying now I can talk sellers into offing you this option! There is some other stuff you should know about such as down payment requirements you should know about! Feel free too contact me anytime for youe RTO list of more info!! rob_erney@msn.com - 630-809-7224 - ROBERT ERNEY ... more
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Tue Sep 25, 2012
Michael Stepp answered:
Short answer: YES; Most REALTORS handle everything real estate and if they do not they will point you in the right direction.
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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Duane Johnston answered:
Sometimes it is crazy that banks will not accept an offer on a home and then later on end up selling it for less than the first offer....it happens all the time. You have a good chance of being able to puchase the home at the sheriffs sale for less than your first offer, but know what your number is and stick with it. Also be ready to put down 10 percent or more at the end of the auction and complete the sale within 30 days. Those are the requirements at most sheriff auctions.
Good Luck,
Duane Johnston,
Howard Hanna
330-752-4892
duanejohnston@realtor.com
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Sun Jul 8, 2012
Michelle Thompson answered:
If you are asking about medina, there are plenty of grocery stores..2 beuhlers, 1 giant eagles, Walmarts And a marcs also hawkins a local owned. As for banks we also have several large branches and local banks there is tons of local resturants and local ones also ..great place to live! ... more
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Wed May 23, 2012
Michael Stepp answered:
I am sure it would be possible to find something to rent in the area you are looking. Highland School District is in high demand. Your needs and the amount of rent you would like to spend would be the next thing to discuss. Howard Hanna is a full service Real Estate Company so feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss your options further. ... more
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Mon Jan 23, 2012
Janet Gommel - Howard Hanna answered:
We are sorry for your loss. Please call the sheriff's office or the court. They will give you any information you need. They are all very courteous.
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Mon Jan 23, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
Most likely you will be buying a house blind. It is not normal for a potential bidder to get access to the homes they auction off at the courthouse steps. This is one reason it is suggested that you do your investigations before the auction and you will be running the risk of buying and finding out all the bad things later. A title search is important but all too often bidders don't want to spend hundreds and not even get the house. ... more
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Thu Jun 11, 2015
My NC Homes Team answered:
Your attorney would do the title search or hire a title company to do it for them. Survey while not typically required are absolutely worht having done if there's land with your property. Without a survey you will compromise your title insurance. Again this is typically ordered by your attorney.

Good Luck!
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Thomas Lane answered:
Yes, it is indeed a good idea to consult an attorney before purchasing even if you are planning to get it from a sheriffs sale. Buying a new home requires you to understand some laws governing the acquisition of property titles and the taxation system that may go with it. A little money that you pay to an attorney maybe worth it for you to save some headache when your transaction come up unclean and make you go with the process over and over again, or worst bought a defective and complicated property that you should not buy in the first place. ... more
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Sun Jan 22, 2012
Thomas Lane answered:
The standard financing scheme that you can get out on most financial institution is 20/80 and 30/70 percent, meaning you have to pay the 20% or 30% equity before you can finance the remaining portion of the transaction price. But there are a few who could offer you a much lighter scheme than this if you will just be patient enough to look for them, start searching and see if you can find something that can really fit your budget well. ... more
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Mon Nov 28, 2011
Heath Coker answered:
I think you clicked the wrong button. You might also try the MLS, or the tax records to contact the owner directly if not in MLS. If it was r - track or one like it, the property may not be for sale yet. They use "bait" properties to get people to pay for their service. ... more
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Sat Jul 30, 2011
Joan Congilose answered:
Hi Corey,
Unfortunately the seller has the right to change their mind during negotiations and even during the attorney review period . It is not typical but it does sometimes happen. It could very well be that after calculating what they will actually net from the sale of the property they will not have enough proceeds to pay off their loan or to make their move. It may also just be seller remorse, maybe you were one of the 1st offers if it is a newer listing and they think they priced it too low. Try and find out why they changed their mind about your offer & see if you can get them to reconsider your offer. If not move on and look for another house. Better that it happened now then after you incur expenses for home inspections and appraisals. ... more
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