Exercise due diligence, i.e. taxes, liens, etc..., prior to making the offer.
The Name is what I found in public records.
There's no equity in that unit, its run down. I had to do a full remodel with the unit I purchased, I'm hearing this one is worse than the one I brought.
The rodents are being taken care of, this is the second time its been an issue.
Can someone give me a lawyer's number that can help me with this........
homes for Developers in CA and once the buyer was agreed to purchase, I handed them
off to the Developers or their RE Agents for the final closing process. I then received a
Let me know if you're interested.
He's not answering the phone because he assumes it's a bill collector.
So make an offer in writing. Protect yourself with necessary contingencies. But if there's substantial equity in the property, the owner may welcome a simple, straightforward offer to buy.
Hope that helps.