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looking

Springfield, NJ

#1 Jan 13, 2013
Anyone know of any houses around for rent or land contract?
read alittle

Ardsley, NY

#2 Jan 14, 2013
looking wrote:
Anyone know of any houses around for rent or land contract?
Evans Lynn st there is a house there for sale through Jackson county realty. We talked to the owners at one time about a contract they where on board
Realtor

Parkersburg, WV

#3 Jan 14, 2013
I DO NOT recommend doing a land contract. You are better off to rent or buy.
Todd Workman

Parkersburg, WV

#4 Jan 14, 2013
My wife and I looked at several houses for sale on Lynn St and in that sub-division in Evans and if you are going to spend that kind of money, you are better off looking within Evansdale Farms for a house that is newer and better quality for the same price.

Just my thoughts!
looking

Harrisville, WV

#5 Jan 14, 2013
You have to buy at Evans sale farms.
Todd Workman

Parkersburg, WV

#6 Jan 14, 2013
Yes I understand that. The point I was trying to make is that the houses we looked at all needed lots of work. You are better off getting a nice apartment. The houses we looked at there were not even worth renting if they would.
hello!

Charlotte Court House, VA

#7 Jan 14, 2013
Todd Workman wrote:
Yes I understand that. The point I was trying to make is that the houses we looked at all needed lots of work. You are better off getting a nice apartment. The houses we looked at there were not even worth renting if they would.
Did you look at the one through Jackson county realty?
hello!

Charlotte Court House, VA

#8 Jan 14, 2013
read alittle wrote:
<quoted text>Evans Lynn st there is a house there for sale through Jackson county realty. We talked to the owners at one time about a contract they where on board
Who are the owners?
billy

Saint Albans, WV

#9 Jan 14, 2013
will a rent to own contract look good to rebuild credit'i mean it dont go throw a bank just the owner
just someone

Chesapeake, OH

#10 Jan 14, 2013
[QUOTE who="hello!"]<quo ted text>Who are the owners?[/QUOTE]
You will have to go through Jackson county realty to talk to them. But they are nice people
Realtor

Parkersburg, WV

#11 Jan 14, 2013
No. You cannot build credit by doing that. There are to many liabilities on person that will be living in the house under a rent to own contract. Any realtor will advise you not to do that.
just someone

Chesapeake, OH

#12 Jan 14, 2013
Todd Workman wrote:
My wife and I looked at several houses for sale on Lynn St and in that sub-division in Evans and if you are going to spend that kind of money, you are better off looking within Evansdale Farms for a house that is newer and better quality for the same price.

Just my thoughts!
And MR Workman. I would like to know how u can drive by a place and know it is of bad quality or good quality. The houses built in that sub division in the late 70s-90s are all good homes. No shortcuts were taken building them I sure unlike the homes in evansdale that goes up in a months time. Talk to some people in Evans dale and ask them how there yards and sum pumps do in the wet times when they are pumping water out like its a river
Todd Workman

Parkersburg, WV

#13 Jan 14, 2013
If its the house house on the right past the stop sign, then we didn't need to go inside, it had NO curb appeal. Then add the fact that it was built into a hillside which can cause way more problems than a house built on a semi flat property.

Also, we did move into Evansdale Farm and we have not had one problem with water sitting in our yard. Neither neighbor on each side of me has either. Maybe someone you know has a problem but to my knowledge no one I have talked to within here has said anything about it.
just someone

Parkersburg, WV

#14 Jan 14, 2013
Todd Workman wrote:
If its the house house on the right past the stop sign, then we didn't need to go inside, it had NO curb appeal. Then add the fact that it was built into a hillside which can cause way more problems than a house built on a semi flat property.

Also, we did move into Evansdale Farm and we have not had one problem with water sitting in our yard. Neither neighbor on each side of me has either. Maybe someone you know has a problem but to my knowledge no one I have talked to within here has said anything about it.
Well good luck with that wonderful small no yard home you have there. I am sure MR HOBBA will treat you well.
Liz

Parkersburg, WV

#15 Jan 14, 2013
I live in Evansdale and we have not had any issues with water in our yard. It is a perfect size for our to kids to play in also. If we want to do more their is a park that we can go to.
I recommend for anyone looking for a great house and great neighborhood.
kennahomeowner

Charlotte Court House, VA

#16 Jan 16, 2013
Todd Workman wrote:
If its the house house on the right past the stop sign, then we didn't need to go inside, it had NO curb appeal. Then add the fact that it was built into a hillside which can cause way more problems than a house built on a semi flat property.

Also, we did move into Evansdale Farm and we have not had one problem with water sitting in our yard. Neither neighbor on each side of me has either. Maybe someone you know has a problem but to my knowledge no one I have talked to within here has said anything about it.
I believe I know what house you are talking about. I used to work with the guy, he admitted to me that they have problems with the roof due it being against that hill like that. Which is a main reason they've been trying to seek it for a long time now with no luck.
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Middleport, OH

#17 Jan 16, 2013
I know there was at least a couple houses that had some water problems in the yard.
Todd Workman

Chesapeake, OH

#18 Jan 16, 2013
kennahomeowner wrote:
<quoted text>
I believe I know what house you are talking about. I used to work with the guy, he admitted to me that they have problems with the roof due it being against that hill like that. Which is a main reason they've been trying to seek it for a long time now with no luck.
If this is the case than once a home inspection is ever done it may revel lots more issues. We had one done on our previous house in Hurricane and took care of the issues before hand and it helped to sell our house faster. I really recommend doing that to anyone looking to sell.
?????

Chesapeake, OH

#19 Jan 16, 2013
kennahomeowner wrote:
<quoted text>I believe I know what house you are talking about. I used to work with the guy, he admitted to me that they have problems with the roof due it being against that hill like that. Which is a main reason they've been trying to seek it for a long time now with no luck.
How can a hillside cause problems to a roof?? I don't understand this statement
kennahomeowner

Charlotte Court House, VA

#20 Jan 16, 2013
[QUOTE who="?????"]<quot ed text>How can a hillside cause problems to a roof?? I don't understand this statement[/QUOTE]

Where the home is located against the hill the wind causes damages to the roof This is a common problem with a lot of homes that are against hillside.

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