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Tue Mar 19, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
Rick what list would you like to get on? I am not sur eif you meant to send this to a single agent or if it is to Trulia? Please come back and add some detail so we can better assist you. ... more
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Mon Feb 28, 2011
Dp2 answered:
It depends upon the terms that you and your buyer negotiated. It could be as simple as picking a strike price; it also could be based upon a particular index or function with multiple thresholds. ... more
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Val Cloutier answered:
Hi Tracy
Let me welcome you to New England! I can certainly recommend some of the neighboring towns that have good schools, but I'm always concerned when somebody moves to New Hampshire from a warm-climate state. It's not that I wouldn't welcome an opportunity to sell your family a house, but some families have a difficult time making the transition. You may want to consider the possibility of renting a house before making the long-term commitment of a home purchase.

Now, to answer your question. There are 2 towns that I could recommend to you: Amherst and Bedford. Both of these towns are considered family friendly, and have highly regarded school systems. Large sections of each of these towns would definitely fall within the 20-30 minute drive to the Air Station. Both Bedford and Amherst are considered "upscale towns" with great schools, and taxes are somewhat higher than other towns don't have as much to offer.

You are welcome to contact me at your convenience--I'd be happy to fill you in on some of the amenities of living in either of these very nice towns.
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Wed Jan 28, 2009
Jeanne Allard answered:
Are you dealing directly with the bank without the help of a Realtor? If a Realtor is representing you that person should be able to be in touch with the bank's representative to try to get you some answers. Also, do you have an attorney representing you? If so, press to have your attorney contact the bank's rep to get this to the closing table.

Unfortunately, there are many potential pitfalls when buying a bank-owned property. The transaction can take months and there isn't too much you can do about it. All you can do at this point is sit tight and let the bank trudge along. My guess is you'll get there eventually.

Good luck.
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