This is unusual. Have your agent contact the listing agent and find out "what's up". Although banks move slowly (we recently experienced a bank taking 2 weeks to open escrow on a 30 day contract), they usually decide which offer they are accepting more quickly.
Did the bank issued multiple counters offers? If so, someone might have countered back at more than the original offer price and the bank is focusing on that offer before responding to the rest of the offers. The only way you will know is if your realtor can shake this information loose from the listing agent.
Good luck on your home purchase and Dare to Dream!
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I can certainly help you out. You can call me at 408-352-5147 or email me at AGreer@themortgageoutlet.com. You can check us out at http://www.TheMortgageOutlet.com. I will look at your situation and present you with some options.
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Depends on location, price and condition, but typically less than two weeks (inventory is currently low, buyer demand is high and sellers are often times receiving multiple offers over asking price)...... more
The construction of a home and NOT the intention of the owner is what identifies a home as a manufactured home rather than a standard construction single family home. Therefore, you cannot do what you would like to do. You home sounds nice but it is and always will be a manufactured home. Sorry if that news is disappointing to you. If you want detailed clarification, contact your local government building department for the actual guidelines.... more
Mobile homes are usually classified as personal property until they are permanently attached to the ground. If the home is just sitting on a temporary foundation -such as a concrete pad and/or blocks, it is still personal property and not real estate. In order to classify it as real estate, it needs to be permanently attached to the ground with a slab, a crawl space, or a poured foundation.
It sounds like you have a wonderful place to live.
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