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Answered: Aug 23, 2017
They should be listed on the sales agreement. What does the other agent say? Did the buyer not want them, so they were left off, or was it an error. Are they listed in section 16CC of the seller disclosure? How badly do the parties want to keep the deal together? If the intent was there and it was an error, I don't think I would recommend jeopardizing the deal over them.
Answered: Feb 2, 2016
In answer to: I inherited a house with 29 years left on mortgage.....
I would strongly recommend you contact an estate attorney...there at both tax and legal issues involved here. It's not simply a matter or paying or not paying the mortgage.
Answered: Jun 15, 2015
You didn't say why your agent wants you to have it fixed...is it so noticeable that buyers are immediately scared off? Will the fix mean replacing entire walls? Are there other units with the same or worse issues? Do the units have a reputation for shoddy workmanship? I had previously recommended not fixing and supplying a copy of the report to potential buyers, but maybe there is more to this issue. Buyers want homes to be move-in ready, so if the fix will require replacing entire walls with new drywall, perhaps you should consider taking care of it so you can get it sold.
Answered: May 28, 2015
Hello, I would not recommend taking anything off the listing or sale price. Provide a copy of the structural engineering report with your seller disclosure so the buyer is aware and to show that you have addressed the issue. and request that the buyer sign that they received a copy of it. Regarding the wallpaper, I would consider removing it if you are getting a lot of negative feedback on it...today's buyers want homes to be move-in ready and removing wallpaper is an arduous task.
Answered: Jul 31, 2013
Hi Amber, This is what the bank paid to foreclose on the house. This house is not actually listed for sale yet by the bank. When it does come on the market, it will be listed competitively with the other homes in the neighborhood.
Answered: Jul 28, 2013
It doesn't sound like the correct price, but I would need more information to look into it.
Answered: May 5, 2012
Hi Mary, Unfortunately, this house was taken off the market on 5/3. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact me.
Answered: Mar 28, 2012
Hi Anna, It could mean it's under agreement to a buyer already or that it's been withdrawn from the market. I you want to give me the address, I can look it up for you.
Answered: Jul 21, 2011
This is actually a rental and that is the monthly rent they are asking.
Answered: Mar 30, 2011
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