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How to buy a Mid-Century Modern (MCM) at a Bargain Price-

Postby JGropp » Sat Jun 04, 2011 3:17 pm

One of My Mercer Island Homes- Just Completed- and Today..

it's For Sale with its double lot that could be subdivided and sold
(or held as a great investment).

It would appear that Mid-Century Modern and other home prices
have reached bottom and are starting back up (according to a
recent Case-Shiller Report.

These many years I've been doing a number of Pre-Purchase
Inspections for prospective homebuyers who want to know if
the house they're considering is first of all- suitable for their
family needs, has been well-maintained, is soundly constructed.
I also advise them as to possible Alterations and/or Additions.

If after the above Pre-Purchase Inspection, they decide to make
an offer, it should read Subject to the Approval of Jerry Gropp
Architect AIA.

Jerry Gropp Architect AIA PS

7620 SE 72nd St., Mercer Isl. WA
98040 (206)612-7367

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