Only an attorney can advise you of your legal rights and whether you have grounds to sue, but they will also likely advise you of the potential position the other side may take, which in this instance is: how much were you actually harmed by having these buyers take the house off the market?
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I recommend being sure to get an agent with experience. She can help you with pricing your property properly and giving you hints to make the property show better and be more sale-able. Having someone you can trust to give you good advise is very important and then you need to work with your agent. The goal is to get your property sold for the highest price in the shortest period of time. You are paying your agent to help you reach that goal and you need to work together as a team to get it done!... more
Do you mean you want to sell Mexico property to Americans?
I am going to assume that's what you mean.
Here is a link for you to review the AZDRE guide lines for buying property in Mexico.
Copy and Paste and read on!
Good Luck To You,
I'm assuming this is vacant land by your description ? Land is tricky right now because builders/investors are scaling back. You might have some Real Estate that bucks the trend a little bit, though, as you are a little closer in. I see a speculator that wishes to take advantage of the strong buyer's market as your most likely buyer. Especially given the R-3 zoning. Most likely in a "buy and hold" strategy that enables resale or development at some point in the future when the market is more conducive to such endeavors. The problem remains that this buyer will be scouring the market for screaming deals. No investor will purchase in this market unless it is an unbelievable value. So to answer your question, there is always a premium for developable land in a largely landlocked area, but market conditions are far from ideal for the type of buyer that will be interested in the parcel you own. I would most likely hold on to it for the time being unless you need to sell it to facilitate a purchase. Best of luck, and feel free to visit my site (below) or contact me for any additional information regarding land values, market conditions, etc.... more
Current on payments means the bank is not mad at you and that a short sale is not going to be possible. The bank requires a hardship, non current on payments, moving, loss of job, illness would all qualify. Just giving up and asking the bank to take a loss is just not an option. You can't just want to do a short sale, it does not work like that.... more
The average days are short (5-10 Days) for good properties that are priced correctly and marketed correctly.
It would be best to be more specific to a subdivision if you would like better answers. Would be glad to help you and get you quality. So many variables, one source says 59 Days on the Market but that is using AWC's etc so many of the Short Sales are lumped in.... more
Historically, it would be a 50/50 proposition;
you can please half the people....
Lately, the preponderance of evidence would lean toward doing the work:
It seems a great many buyers are stretching it to just buy the darn place; they have no money left over to update it.
In order to combat this, the Lenders have come up with fix-up piggy-back loans and allow the borrower to get up to 125% of the appraised value.
Of the two, the trend is to look for homes with the work already done.
If you can afford it, do it, and do it neutral.
If you can't afford to do it right, don't do it at all.... more
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Sure, as an owner each of you is free to do whatever you want with your property (within reason and legal limitations)
Swapping isn't unheard of, and no the two properties do not have to be of equal value. each of you has to agree to a sales price or valuation and then the owner with the lesser valued property would simply have to make up the difference in cash.
In each state you'd want a real estate attorney to handle the paperwork to make sure that each "Buyer" got title free and clear.
While I've heard of this, I've actually never met anyone who was involved in such a transaction though I would guess you could Google "Houseswapping"and you'll probably find some sites that are set up from this.... more
Please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you a copy of the Arizona Seller's Disclosure Statement. Every state has different laws and rules surrounding disclosure - for instance Arizona laws are very different in some respects from those in California. It's always a good idea to know what information a seller is required to share with a buyer. Our general rule? When in doubt, disclose!
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