NMLS # 6395
Financing Kentucky One Home at a Time
If you really think this maybe the house for you than your agent needs to step up to the plate. If you do not have a buyer agency agreement with the agent that is supposed to be representing you
than you are welcome to give me a call. I am on the road most of the day and if the home is in the Lehigh Valley I'm sure I could get you more details. Feel free to email, call, or text me.
I suggest that you have your agent who showed you the home perform a bit of research on the property. Your agent should contact the tax assessor's office there to determine if the seller has a lien on the property as well as if there is a "lis pendens" which means that the lender may be starting legal action on the home if the seller is not making payments on his mortgage. It's a good place to start to determine why the seller isn't showing his home for sale.
Often times a property is taken off the market temporarily before it becomes a "distressed" sale and even might change to a different real estate firm representing them.
Good luck to you!
Prudential Connecticut Realty