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No...but do a Google Search for Home warranty Companies in Michigan and you'll find the ones that do. Basically, almost all work the same so you want to focus on the sites that provide recommendations from their clients.... more
Obviously, you won't get the loan so you basically have two options.. #1) Pay the difference.. you would really have to absolutely be in love with the house to do this or #2) ask the seller to come down to the appraised at price. If they don't and you back out..keep an eye on that property because I'm preety sure they will be convinced to lower the price.... more
My office is at Ford and Telegraph. If you are in the neighborhood I would live to sit down and discuss what you are looking for. Properties are currently appreciating and values have increased significantly. Email me at Cnichols@maximprops.com... more
Big time. I sold my aunt's house on Birch St a few years ago. (I think the address was 1222) It was two doors down from Millers. It was a beautiful house. In another neighborhood we would have gotten more. The further you are away from the bar the better off you will be. If you are looking to sell give me a call on my cell phone (313) 310-9855. I work hard for you to get top price... more
Was the Sheriffs sale July 28, or was the end of the 6 month period for redemption July 28? As long as you occupy the home you have 6 months before you have to vacate. After that, it depends. I have seen cases where the banks have moved rather quickly and the owner has 30 days to leave or less. I have also seen cases where the homeowner has stayed in the home long (2 months or more) after the redemption period. Every bank operates differently as does their assigned agents. For your peace of mind and to protect your valuables, if you have decided to walk away, find a new place to live. In regards to "cash for keys", not every bank offers this.... more