Creating a profile here is step one. I have had leads from just doing that an answering questions. Next you can buy exposure on this site through various methods, desk top or ... more
Was there a licensed real estate agent involved??
Unless there is an agent involved, there should be NO reality commission / fee.
Rent to owns are rare and even more rarely are they a good deal for the renter/buyer. The vast majority of rent to own renter/buyer's never end up buying the house. They are ... more
It depends on the contract. Builders are notorious for creating very one sided deals. It's tough, but you can ask, you can talk to your agent, negotiate and see what may b ... more
Speak to an attorney or just move on. You can ask to be reimbursed for the time & materials you put in, but your uncle doesn't sound like a reasonable person. Life is short a ... more
I've done the research and the average company like this has more expired and canceled listings than sold in my area, and we have a very hot market. There is so much more that a ... more
Every agent works for a managing broker. They are responsible for the agents training and must approve any changes or cancellation of the contract. I'd encourage you to discus ... more
If you won't use an agent, use an attorney. They will be neutral and draft a contract that spells out everyone's obligation, time frames and terms. There is more than just a ... more
Trulia is a US site. I've never seen a section for Canadian properties, but I believe there are some similar sites in Canada. My wife is from Ontario and we visit annua ... more
Robert gave you some great advice. In the month since your offer, they've probably made another payment on their mortgage and could have been on their way to their next home ... more
That's up to the agent and their broker. If you are selling they have some up front costs and investment of time that they will never get back. If they are not holding up th ... more
Paying cash allows the seller to have greater confidence that your offer will result in a closed sale. Financing always has some element of risk. It doesn't necessarily re ... more
Congratulations on your purchase. I'd suggest you ask your broker to contact the listing broker to get them removed. I doubt Trulia will find your post here and respond.