they should have gone with a Realtor to represent them.
Most Escrows are tenuous at best; too many things can go wrong.
There are many details in an OFFER, and it is probably too little/too late to go through everything.
Good luck and may God bless
Your agent knows how to test the quality of an offer.
Having FHA does not make the potential buyer unqualified but conventional is preferred.
Don't ask for a prequalifying letter.Ask for a pre approval letter.
In this area pre approval letters are stronger and means that there credit has been reviewed.
Also call the lender or have your agent call and ask questions.
You can also ask for a pre approval that includes the buyers FICO.
I hope that helps.
Home selling is not something that you should go unassisted.
If you need local Realtor representation don't hesitate to call.
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Answered by: Taj Weldon 209-740-4176, Central Valley, CA on A moment agoÂ -Â [x] delete