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Bill O'Conne…, Real Estate Pro in Framingham, MA

I am a Real Estate Broker and I have a CASH offer for 81 High ST. Hudson,Mass. 01749 how do I submit the Offer ?

Asked by Bill O'Connell, Framingham, MA Fri Sep 16, 2011

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You would probably be better off asking this question in the Trulia area for Boston, MA. But, apparently that property is pending at the moment according to the Trulia listing for that address. You can get additional information and contact the listing agent here:

http://tinyurl.com/42ayktp


Good luck!
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sat Sep 17, 2011
Think you may be in the wrong business if you are asking how to put in an offer.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 23, 2011
If you're not a member of your local MLS service you will not be able to read the instructions on how to submit an offer.

If you're merely looking at a RealtyTrac listing, it's highly like the property is not even for sale. You will see 2nd mortgage Lis Pendens filings that may not be in the realm of a possible sale price. REOs will sell for a slight discount but never half of current market value.

Contact a Broker in Hudson if you're not an active Realtor that pays for MLS service.

Good Luck!
Alma
http://www.SoldOnTampa.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Sep 17, 2011
Bill,
Fax or email the offer to the listing agent, depending on what your contracts allow. If you aren't sure, do both.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 16, 2011
I agree with the other agents. Something is very unclear.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 16, 2011
I agree with Mercedes and Antonio,

If you're an agent or a broker why don't you know how to submit an offer? You're best bet might be to ask you're managing broker or board of realtors.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 16, 2011
I don't understand - you are a broker in MA, and the offer is for a MA property? So why involve FL? Something is missing I think?
Good luck to you. I would check with your local board.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 16, 2011
Really?
try to dig into public records or whatever sources your board supply.
once you've done it...... you might figure it out wheter who's the owner or the bank, act accordingly.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 16, 2011
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