October 28, 2015

Is It Really a Corner Lot? One Way to Tell

1 Picture = 1,000 Words Just in case there’s any doubt, the wide-angle shot (above) of this Lake Nokomis home definitively answers the question:  “is it a corner lot?” Realtor conventional wisdom is that some Buyers prefer them, because of the extra light (and one less neighbor). Meanwhile, others avoid corner lots, because of the...
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Bats in the Attic? Not According to the Seller

Disclosure Standard: “To the Best of Seller’s Knowledge” [Editor’s Note: if you’re tired of Halloween-themed posts . . . skip this.  Back to non-Halloween subject matter soon, promise.  The views expressed here are solely those of Ross Kaplan, and do not represent Edina Realty, Berkshire Hathaway, or any other entity referenced.] Do a cursory search...
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In Between “Old Fence” and “New Fence”

Outside Work in Twin Cities Stalled by Rain, Season’s First Snowflakes (Maybe) Today What’s between an old fence and a new fence? Unfortunately for my family’s (temporarily forlorn) Golden Retriever, “no fence.” Stalled at Step #4 It turns out that replacing an old fence consists of these four steps:  1) take down and remove old...
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