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Buying a bank-owned property can be a great opportunity, but certain protocols should be understood when evaluating the property as a candidate to be your home. The most common question asked when reviewing the public remarks refers to the phrase "AS-IS, WHERE-IS". Once you have performed your inspections, you'll need to decide whether to terminate the contract or move forward; most of the time, any request for repairs/credits will be rejected, but there could be exceptions. Furthermore regarding repairs, any lender-required or municipality-required repairs will also be assumed by the buyer. On the matter of price, price is negotiable. However, price is only one component; structuring the deal so that it's palatable to the bank is just as critical to success -- other factors to be considered are deposit monies, settlement date, type of financing, time-frame for financing and inspection contingencies, seller's assist (if requested), etc. Bottomline: seek out a Realtor who will not only advocate your interests, but has a wide breadth of experience in all the transaction types - resale, new construction, short sales, foreclosures, estates, etc. -- to secure your new home. Good Hunting!... more
If the house is outdated, the listed price may have taken that into account. I do recommend that you use a buyer's agent to help you come up with a price that is good for you and acceptable for the seller.
You've been given a grocery list of things to consider for the price:
Other similar properties that have sold in the last 6 months - how does the sold price compare to the asking price?
Were the other homes that sold also needing updating?
Do the other homes that sold also have 2 car garages?
Did the other homes that sold need fixing up or were they move-in ready?
How does the square footage compare?
How do tne number of bedrooms compare?
Were there any additions added to the home you're looking at vs the homes that sold?
These are some of the things a buyer's agent looks at to help their buyers negotiate a good deal. I don't work in the Flourtown area but these are some of the things all Realtors goes through hours of training for. For a safety net, you can always add a contingency that the offer is contingent on the mortgage company appraising it at that value (we have that in our agreement of sale contracts but other areas may not). That way, you know for a fact that you are not overpaying for the house.... more