It may be best to consult with a real estate attorney. This will make sure you fully understand the requirements/options and possible actions that could occur if you violate the terms of your contract.... more
Absolutely! Or at least in NC. The buyer can request to see the Seller Disclosure in advance of placing an offer on a property. It discloses pertinent information that's helpful for a buyer in their decision making. As a real estate agent in NC, I always make the Seller Disclosure form easily and readily accessible to buyer if I'm representing the seller. On the other hand when working with buyers, we always request this upfront.
Let me know if you have more questions! I'm more than happy to help in any way that I can.... more
Loans are similar. Contact USDA direct and they can answer all your qualifying questions But hurry they are on limited budget and money is half gone already. Let me know if you need contact information.... more
Hi Dean, when a bank owns a property they typically price it according to its condition, meaning it is priced to sell as is. However, if it doesn't sell in 30 days they typically begin to reduce the price. Also, if you aren't sure how the well and septic is working (and bank owned homes do not come with a sellers disclosure) then you should have the home inspected. I hope this helps you. I work in the Clare and Gladwin County area so if you need help please reach out to me!... more