I agree with Carl Medford and Eric Wong. The REALTOR that you have selected to represent you can analyze the title report for you.
Also, you can call the title company and ask them to analyze that report for you.
Charles Butterfield MBA
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It's painfully obvious to a lot of us here that you don't have an agent and are hoping to do this yourself? Why? Or, in the alternate, you have an agent but are second guessing his or her advice. Either way, this is a very unsuccessful means of trying to purchase.
If you are buying, the agent you use costs you no money for representation. If you are hoping for savings, then there are plenty of agents like me who offer substantial rebates from our commissions if you want to get a home with help. So, while we are all here to help, we cannot and will not:
1. Interfere with an ongoing agency relationship between you and your agent (this is strictly not allowed under our code of ethics as Realtors) or
2. analyze your reports for you as this can create implied agency where the Realtor volunteer owes you a duty without compensation.
It is very important that if you are buying a home, even a private sale between buyers without agents, that you get professional help. If you do not want to use an agent, then get an attorney to assist you. The trills forum is great forc"general" information, but for specifics, you need your on personal advisor. Please go hire one today.
Allison James Estates
I'm concerned. You have been asking a lot of questions to us Trulia volunteers. I wonder do you have an agent representing you?
The one thing buyer's don't know is that they don't know what they don't know. A professional will be able to give you things to think about that you haven't even considered.
Have an amazing day!