Listed by: Jeff Brown, C21 Preferred Properties
Need some land? Here it is with this 1 acre property with older but quaint house. The house is in good shape with lots of parking but the acreage would be perfect for dividing and putting new homes there. There is city water at the house. The city sewer lines come to the property but have not been routed to the house. Lots of possibilities with this property. Don't miss out! Buyer to check all info as it is deemed correct but not guaranteed.
Property data is courtesy of the NTREIS Multiple Listing Service.
The sale offering is made subject to errors,
omissions, change of price, prior sale, or withdrawal
without notice. This is not intended to solicit property currently
listed. The information contained herein is furnished by the
owner to the best of his/her knowledge, but is subject
to verification by the purchaser, and agent assumes no
responsibility for the correctness thereof. In accordance with the Law, this property is offered
without respect to race, color, creed, national
origin, sex, familial status or disability.
*Square footage is to be verified by purchaser prior to closing.
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A Few Real Estate Terms
PITI (principal, interest, taxes, and insurance) - A payment amount calculated by the lender to include the principal, interest, taxes, and insurance on an amortizing loan. The figure is designed to represent the borrower's actual monthly mortgage-related expenses.
Counter-offer - A new offer as to price, terms and/or conditions made in reply to and superseding a prior offer.
Lock-in period - A period of time during which the borrower is guaranteed an agreed-upon interest rate, even if market rates rise. The longer the period, the higher the cost (in points) to the borrower.
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