04:00AM | 02/21/03
Member Since: 02/20/03
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Hello, this is my first post here..I found the site because im searching for help for a house im considering buying. Its a fairly new bilevelm its my first home, its a nice foreclosure that needs minor cosmetics..(kitchen cabinets, vanity, and all appliances)
So they went to turn the water and heat on, and heared leaking water (pretty strong, like an open faucet on top of one of the rooms down stairs) this worth fixing? A plumber it took there (because the bank said they would pay to fix and needs to bids for the job) said he couldnt give me a price, because what if he fixed one break- that sounds like its the main pipe - and discoveres there are multiple leaks..

Its a nice little 3 bedroom, people bid on it, i can get it at $103K..same house for sale in the area goes for $135K.. im in Stroudsburg PA.

Thanks for any help..Its a nice first home and ill be able to save money and be comfortable..i am considering building, i located a lot and a 2000sq ft home in a great location, would run me $155,000... but good investment, can never find a home like that for the money..This foreclosure is about 25 minutes out of town..nice area though.



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