Have your agent contact the listing agent to try to find out more information on the type of contingency. Most of the time sellers if they are in the know from their agent wi ... more
Of co ... more
This is one reason why I would use a local legal professional.
(Please note: when you choose an answer as a Best Answer, or at least ... more
It would really depend on the condition of the current house (upgrades etc) and the lot. It's hard to answer that question without knowing what the "base" house is prior t ... more
I would do a back up contract as proposed below. I would also call in from time to time to check on the status. You may inquire about the contingency to see what it is. If ... more
Your REALTORÂ® is there to work for you as a Buyer's Broker and should represent you with integrity. If you want your REALT ... more
Your agent should have your best interests in mind...even if that means you keep renting or spend less than your loan approval amount. At the end of the day, YOU have to li ... more