jfrings813, Home Buyer in North Port, FL

How did this house increase to 70,000 when it was listed for at least the last two weeks for 59,000?

Asked by jfrings813, North Port, FL Thu Jul 5, 2012

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Looks like this is an offer with the bank's counter-offer.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jul 6, 2012
this may be the answer:

Tenants in place until August, may be interested in staying on. Price is based on the lender's counter to a previous offer.

Here it seems the bank is setting the guideline for pricing.....If you are an interested buyer looking in this area in Florida you definitely should connect with an experienced Buyers Agent, a Realtor who will work for YOU the buyer and in YOUR best interest......

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 5, 2012
The new list price is based on the lender's counter offer to a previous offer. This is now a lender approved price and not just the price the listing agent listed it at. It is a short sale. I would be happy to explain how the short sale process works if you are interested in this home. There are other listings in Port Charlotte I could send you. Or you can search on my web site at tammyhayesre.mfr.mlxchange.com.

Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Green Lion Realty, Port Charlotte, FL
tammyhayesre@gmail.com
941-276-6185
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 5, 2012
The property is a short sale. It is very possible when the lender had the property appraised they countered the offer at $70,000 which would result in the price increase. In most (not all but most) cases the lender doesn't approve the listing price of a short sale - they have a BPO (brokers price opinion of value) or an appraisal done once an offer has been received to determine what they are willing to let the property sell for.
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