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    Complete woodworking shop....Free!

    I found this listing on Craigslist today....intresting indeed.
    http://indianapolis.craigslist.org/tls/1861167090.html

    I do not know the seller. I was on craigslist looking for a benchtop belt sander and this is one of the ads that came up.

    Tom
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    to bad darren already bought his he could get both this way at one time
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    Wow, that would easily cost three times that around here.

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    That offer would be illegal in most states. Accepting a sales commission without a real estate license is illegal. Still and interesting offer.
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    That sure is a whole lot of house for the price. Up where i am you aint gonna get much for that money.
    cheers

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    Yes. Looks like a great value.
    Only problem, no furnace or hot water heater in the office.
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    Final determination made by him after the sale of the house!!

    Ummmmmmm, wanna bet he doesn't ante up for some unknown reason. The deal is sealed before he determines if you get it. Sucker born every minute.
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    Man... I want the house AND the shop... he could leave it there then. Drool! I don't want to think what that house would cost here either.

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    That's probably our best-kept secret around here:

    Indy is without doubt THE CHEAPEST major city to live in, nationwide.

    $150k will get for you here, twice the house in a nicer neighborhood, than $500k will get you in San Diego. Or something like that.

    It can prove to be ridiculously inexpensive to live here.

    -Kevin in Indy (We may not be perfect, but at least we're cheap. )
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    Hmmm....

    "You refer or directly provide a buyer for my house at the current listing price," (emphasis added)

    Unless it's a hot market, I would be stunned to see a house go for the listed price.
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