Certified Buyer Representative
Senior Real Estate Specialist
Century 21 Princeton Properties
You should not stay away because a relocation company is involved. The delay ina bid response is normal. Gail is right on. This is not like a short sale. Since a relocation company is involved, there is more paperwork and more layers for the approval process. That said, I am usually more confident in getting a transaction completed for a Buyer when a relocation company is involved on the Seller side for a few reasons. Like any transaction issues will crop up; but relocation professionals have experience and experience is usually helpful.
If the only concern you have is that you are dealing with a relocation company, then I wouldnt be concerned. Relocation company is only involved as it may be part of the incentive package for the present owner to relocate to SC.
More than likely you will eventually buy from the relocation company as they will have already bought it from relocating employee. Only thing different is they will have a form saying that they have never lived in that property before but should also have an recent inspection report available to you. Good luck with your purchase.
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