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    Very nice! Congrats on the purchase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariFan View Post
    Beautiful house! That would be about $1,000,000 here in NJ LOL!

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    I wouldn't be complaining with a house like this. Nice house and congrats on the purchase!
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    amazing house

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    Congratulations on the new home! It looks beautiful, from the tile backsplash in the kitchen to the open seating in the breakfast room, the fireplace in the family room... it's very elegant and should be a great place to live.
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    If you have not had a pool before, consider my advice and don't get a pool. The cons outweigh the pros after a few years. Its expensive and upkeep is crazy. Great house though. Congrats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyinglakland View Post
    If you have not had a pool before, consider my advice and don't get a pool. The cons outweigh the pros after a few years. Its expensive and upkeep is crazy. Great house though. Congrats
    Yea I think Im more obsessed with the fact of having a pool and a resort style look in the backyard to relax and entertain with , even though the finances dont call for it at the moment. That said I just applied for a mortgage and my broker has stated that given the prices of homes sold in the area she almost certain the lending bank will not appraise the house for the purchase price , meaning they wont give me a mortgage unless the seller comes down close the the price of appraisel . Or I come up giving more cash upfront which personally im not willing todo . In light of that I have still been looking on the listings and what not and came across another home just listed in the same neighborhood and guess what this has a nice sized in ground pool as love everything about the backyard and the front of the house seems to have more curb appeal to me . I went and checked it out yesterday and took the wife along , she loved everything except the inside , the rooms were small and the master can barely fit a king size bed without knocking down a wall and merging 2 bedrooms together . This house also sold for $175K cash in Jan2013 due to some kind of mold damage but whom ever bought it went in tore down whatever was the issue and replaced and slapped a $110k on top asking $280K . I tried to look into the pool to see if any damage but between snow and the fact the banks REO built a wood frame over it with rebar and tarped over I couldnt inspect how I would like , last thing I need is to buy the home and find out the pool needs thousands in repairs . But this is where this home buying is getting tricky because I know as soon as I close on this something nicer , bigger and maybe cheaper will come out on the market and then I will regret and have buyers remorse lol Also my brother inlaw also lives near by and has a pool so I can always use his but it seems so small like a dipping pool moreso then a real swimming pool .. Here is this other home I checked out just for the hell of it ..

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    You americans are odd.. you have no fences...
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    i totally agree with you, August ... I'd never live in a house without a fence, especially if i'd have little brats of my own ..

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    Being from the area its kind of funny seeing people make a big deal about that house and the price. Come to michigan ya'll theres neighborhoods full of houses like that.

    It is a sweet house though, not down talking the house.

    Who was the original construction company?

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