What to do with inaccurate Appraisals?I had an appraisal done on a property that I'm trying to purchase and it came back lower than asking price, but I found out that the appraiser used comps from last year as well as active
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You can't close and your buyers will have to find another house to buy. At this point, you need to work with a title company to dig up the old records and get proof the mortgage has been paid in full. Unfortunately, your parents never received clear title and without having a clear title, your parents cannot legally sell their home.
I would also start contacting a real estate attorney too. Your situation is proof why it's so important to keep original documents.... more
Seller missing closingClosing is in a week. The only hold up is the Sellers have to replace the roof. It has been 7 weeks since the claim was filed and the only updates we have been given are that the insurance
What do you consider "low maintenance"? You need to provide the dollar amount you can afford every month and I could tell you if you are realistic or not. Maintenance for Manhattan co-op buildings is very high.
Have you tried the suburbs? Maintenance fees are much cheaper and you get more bang for your buck.... more
"All utilities included" should mean heat, hot water, gas and electric. However, I would never trust that statement. You need to contact the listing agent or your realtor and verify this. All listings do have a statement that says "Information provided in listing is not guaranteed nor accurate but is to the best knowledge of the provider." This means the realtor who posted this listing can lie about "all utilities included" and it's up to the buyer to verify the truth.... more