One additional thought--have you thought about the possible resale value
down the road when/if there does become an issue of the marginal (at
best) well goes south? In such an event any possible bargain up front
(and more) may easily be lost in a forced "fire sale"...
On Sat, 13 Aug 2005 08:18:25 -0400, Paul Franklin
I vote for #1. Right now, it's the developer's problem to convince
someone to buy it. Do you want to be the one who plunks down your
money to take it off his hands? Do you want this issue to consume
your life for X years?
Once your house is built you'll probably find some problems that you
didn't anticipate. Don't start off with a stone around your neck from
Lead me not into temptation... I can find it myself!
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