Portland Art & Heritage Fair 2014


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US Marine Hospital 2215 Portland Ave Louisville, KY 40212

US Marine Hospital
2215 Portland Ave
Louisville, KY 40212

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Tim Faulkner Gallery 1512 Portland Ave Louisville KY 40212

Tim Faulkner Gallery
1512 Portland Ave
Louisville KY 40212

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CHURCH OF OUR LADY 3511 Rudd St Louisville KY 40212

CHURCH OF OUR LADY 3511 Rudd St
Louisville KY 40212

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Don’t Lose Your Home To Foreclosure!


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Few people truly understand the frustrations you face in this unique real estate market. Many times it is impossible to sell home for what you owe because of the current market conditions. A SHORT SALE might be a solution!

WHY CONSIDER A SHORT SALE?

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You may qualify for one or ALL of the items below:


Bank Programs that allow you to receive money at closing to help with your relocation. Who wouldn’t want a few thousand dollars? This money is paid to you directly!

No Cash at Closing –even if you sell for a lot less than you owe

No Cost – the Bank pays attorneys and realtor’s fees

No Deficiency Judgment– the Bank will forgive the balance of your mortgage if you sell it for less than you owe


Please contact me for a confidential call to understand how you can AVOID a foreclosure.
It is not too late!


Let’s sit down and discuss getting your home SOLD so you can get on with those plans you put on hold.

Looking forward to your call,

Sheila Barrett
Broker/Owner
502-876-7518
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The Presidential


For a no obligation quote, call us at 502-876-7518 or fill out the form at the below

The Ambassador


For a no obligation quote, call us at 502-876-7518 or fill out the form at the below

The Diplomat


For a no obligation quote, call us at 502-876-7518 or fill out the form at the below

Lead Paint Dangers


Until it was found to have adverse effects on human health, particularly on the health of children , lead-based paint was used in many homes and apartment units in the U.S. To reduce exposure to lead-based paint hazards, Congress enacted the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act in 1992 (Title X of Public Law 102-550).

The most recent EPA rule in this area addresses lead hazards in remodeling and renovation projects. To reduce exposure to lead-based paint hazards during renovation activities, EPA is requiring additional notification and work safety procedures before, during, and after any remodeling or renovation activity.

The older your home, the more likely it has lead-based paint. Many homes built before 1978 have lead based paint. Lead is most likely to be a hazard in paint chips and lead dust. Peeling, chipping, chalking, or cracking lead-based paint is a hazard and needs immediate attention. Lead-based paint may also be a hazard when found on surfaces that children can chew or that gets a lot of wear which might include: windows and window sills, doors and door frames, stairs, railings and banisters, and porches and fences.

Lead Poisoning Prevention

Looking for an REO specialist?


We have listed and closed over 70 REO Properties in 2009 with an average DOM of 23 Days!  If you are selling or buying REO property you need someone who understands the process and can provide expertise in this area. Give me a call to see how I can help you (502) 876-7518 or email: shebarrett@msn.com

Please click on the link below to see our report for 2009.

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