In a message dated 97-12-07 09:43:10 EST, SavageBR@aol.com writes:
> I have just been through what you are about to undertake. I have been
> for a new home in the Savannah area and will be moving there from Atlanta.
> Here are a few comments:
> CCR's vary greatly form one neighborhood to the next.
> DO NOT depend on a real estate agent to check the CCR's for you!!
> When you find a neighborhood you like, determine the legal discription for
> subdivision or location and go to the county courthouse Clerk of Records,
> get a copy of any CCR's on file and read them yourself. If your real estate
> office is on the ball they may have CCR's for most developments on file and
> can give you a copy
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