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Jspetty2, Home Buyer in
Jspetty2 answered:
can a seller back out of an accepted offer?
The question was; they accepted an offer, not necessarily in a contract; can the seller back out after "accepting an offer?"
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Rich Reed, Real Estate Pro in Arcadia, CA
Rich Reed answered:
We are refinancing our home. Original purchase deed titled, "John Doe and Jane Doe, H & W, CP wros".
Grant deeds and trust deeds are different. A grant deed is used to transfer ownership of real property. A trust deed is used to secure real property pledged as collateral for a loan. Ch ... more
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CJ, Home Buyer in Vallejo, CA
CJ asked:
I'm in the process of buying a SS home. Accepted offer 1/26/16. There are 2 lienholders. There were a lot of delays from inspection,
repairs,
etc. We asked for an extension 3 times. Our extension is will expire on 5/30/16 on both lienholders. The 2nd lienholder just told us that they will can cancel their…
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Mariuscezar, Home Buyer in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Mariuscezar answered:
As buyers, should we sign a seller's disclosure if some of the questions are not even checked/filled in? Should we sign one at all?
I have ran into the same situation buying bank own property. My agent suggested to add : 'Not filled by the seller prior buyer's signature'.
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Anton_tsuh, Home Buyer in San Francisco, CA
Anton_tsuh answered:
Moving to San Francisco- need help choosing a neighborhood!
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Packing and unpacking
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Rich Reed, Real Estate Pro in Arcadia, CA
Rich Reed answered:
What´s the difference between buying an apartment or a condo?
For an apartment, you own the entire apartment project (as a co-owner) and an exclusive right to occupy an apartment in the building.
For a condo, you own a separate condominium unit ( ... more
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Julia, Home Buyer in San Francisco, CA
Julia asked:
$2.7M for a 3 unit multi-family house in San Francisco Cole Valley, good or bad deal? My landlord is looking to sell the house and would consider selling to me but the price seems high. How much would you estimate it? This is an old house (earle 1900's) 3 units multi-family,…
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Alysse Musgr…, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
Alysse Musgrave answered:
Buyer back out of contract, seller not signing cancellation form.
You are bound by the terms of the contract you signed. So is the seller. You don't get to change your mind in the middle of the transaction. I suggest you contact your own lawyer to see ... more
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Rick Van Ros…, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Rick Van Rosendale asked:
room built without permit in garage
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Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Ryan Rudnick answered:
What is the customary sales commission in San Francisco? I hear buyer gets one half of that commission. This true?
5% is pretty standard these days - 2.5% going to the seller's agent and 2.5% going to the buyer's agent. Some agents will reduce their commission if they have a good relationship with ... more
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Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Ryan Rudnick answered:
Appraisal came in over asking
I second the comment below - the appraisal isn't really an indication of home value, just a tool for your lender, so it should have no impact on the repairs the sellers plan to complete ... more
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Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Ryan Rudnick answered:
annual appreciation rate for SF SFD for past 30 years is?
http://thefrontsteps.com/2014/06/26/case-shiller-new-jump-in-bay-area-home-prices/

This link will show you some great information regarding changing home prices over the past 30+ yea ... more
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Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Ryan Rudnick answered:
Looking to buy instead of rent
I agree with the comments below - you'll definitely want to work with a knowledgable local Realtor to help you with this process as it can be quite complex and daunting, especially for ... more
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Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Ryan Rudnick answered:
my loan only conditionally approved. can I cancel and still get my deposit back?
If you didn't remove the contingency and it (or the extension of the contingency) has yet to expire you should be fine to pull out of the deal. Check with your real estate agent to fin ... more
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Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Ryan Rudnick answered:
How soon can I rent a home to a tenant after purchasing it?
It depend on your loan, if you have one, and HOA rules/CC&Rs if you live in a condo, TIC, Co-op, or area with an HOA. Check with those sources to confirm your options. In some cases ... more
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Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Ryan Rudnick answered:
I am from Miami, not SF but i want to ask in SF is there a lot of new construction going on from new homes and new high rises getting built?
There is a whole lot of new construction going on in SF these days - some are high rises and some smaller buildings, but there's definitely a lot being built and more on the way!
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Ryan Rudnick, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Ryan Rudnick answered:
I want to ask in SF some of the homes that were built in the early 1900s time era are there some homes today that like like that from back then???
There are many homes in SF that were built in the early 1900s, but many of the homes from that era were destoryed in the fire/earthquake in 1906, so there are few buildings standing tod ... more
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