21 Julies Way was sold to the current homeowner in 2004 for a sales price of $510,000. This home appears to be a distressed sale. The current mortgage, according to the tax records, is listed as $350,000 by "The Lending Tree". You can try contacting the bank, however, they will not speak to you without written authorization from the lien holder giving them permission to do so. The information is considered strictly confidential. In the agent's remarks on the current listing it states that the CO is the responsibility of the buyer, not the seller. Even though CO's are no longer required in Howell Township, a fire certification is, along with an outstanding permit search. If there are no open permits, you're fine, however, it will cost you $50. to find out. If there are any open permits, then it would be the buyer's responsibility to satisfy the township and obtain any necessary ones. I would suggest that you be represented by a buyer's agent in this transaction, if you aren't already. The listing agent is the one who initially sold this property to it's current seller. If the seller did not accept the full price on this house, something is drastically wrong, or you are being given the "run around" by someone. Please give me a call if you would like me to help you purchase this home. I have the expertise to get you results!