Hello! I'm not sure I understand your question. Of course, you posted 7 months ago and I may be too late. If you have a property already listed with a real estate agent, please check with them. If your home is For Sale By Owner and you need help selling it, please give me a call! I am a local agent who has lived near Salisbury for over 30 years! I will work very hard for you to help you sell your property! :)
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Is the property listed with an agent, if so what is he/she suggesting. Does the property show well at all times, is it easily accessible for showings, etc. Begin by reviewing comps with your agent, recently sold similar properties in the immediate area, see what the data suggests as to pricing--if it needs adjusting, lower accordingly; be as competitive as possible. Review your marketing strategies, does it maximize your exposure....as to renting, a decision only you can make based on your financials...... more
Thanks for the answers, yes i have a real estate agent. He is unsure why the bank doesnt have the title in their name. He says he has a few theories but he isnt sure. I did ask if their was a lien on the title and he said no. To clairfy my post, the home is listed by a real estate company and no where on the listing did it say it was a forclosure. We put in our offer and everything we signed had a mans name listed as the seller. Our offer was accepted and we had to sign more papers at which time our agent became aware that this is a forclosed home owned by a bank but everything up until the point after our offer was accepted was in the old owners name because the title is still in his name. Our agent said the home was forclosed on 8 months ago.
This bank is a big bank that i have never heard of and according to my agent they put a few clauses in our contract that he didnt like. One of which was we have to use their title agency company, our agent fought that and the bank took that out , they also have a clause that they can cancel our contract at anytime for any reason. The bank refuses to take that clause out.
It has been one thing after another with this house but my husband and i really want it and are taking the gamble, the only big issue i have is the title not being in the banks name. It's not making sense and our agent doesnt seem to get it either. We just signed the last of the papers yesterday and are now moving forward with our inspections.... more