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lisadavidson…, Home Buyer in Boca Raton, FL

Why did the house go to Withdraw from on sale?

Asked by lisadavidson1981, Boca Raton, FL Wed Feb 22, 2012

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Hi Lisa,
I live near Boca woods and have golfed there. There are several other nice homes for sale currently in this community being both lower and higher in price. If you are looking for the country club atmosphere and ammentities its great and one of the lowest Equity memberships around. Let me know i'll be glad to send you the other properties via email link and set up an appt to see the home that suits your needs. If the country club is not a must than i will send other homes to match your criteria.
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Russ Greenberg, Realtor, ePro, RELO, "Experience Counts"
Keyes Real Estate, Mortgage, Title, Insurance
561 445 8782
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Feb 24, 2012
If you're looking for a home in Boca Woods in Boc Raton, you will have to pay $30,000 equity plus a $20,000 bond in order to get into the community. Then, you can expect to pay about $15-18,000 per year in order to maintain your club membership.

Most of the time when you find a Boca Raton home that is very appealing but ridulously low in price, it is likely to be within a Boca Raton country club.

Boca Raton homes that are withdrawn from the market are not unusual, and reasons can vary. If this is a short sale the bank may not have gone along with the prices that were offered. Also, the owner of this home in Boca Raton may have managed to make the necessary payments to bring his or her mortgage current.

Often, Boca homes are withdrawn from the market because offers tendered are so low that owners feel it is not worth selling at such a low price.

However, if you are a dedicated golfer looking for a country club in Boca Raton with beautiful homes at bargain prices, you should take a look at homes in Boca Woods.

Marc Jablon, The Jablon Team
RE/MAX Complete Solutions
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 23, 2012
Additional info not in listing:
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 22, 2012
Listing is expired there can be a number of reasons.
1. Home was foreclosed on CountryWide loan (not seeing a title change)
2. Owner looking for a new agent.
3. Seller change their minds about selling.
4. Property is severely under priced bank knows that and will not accept such a low offer.

Short sales have to make since if you can't prove such a low value banks will decline the short sale. At that price it was a steal literally. A good buyer's agent will pull comps to make sure bank will even consider your offer as not to waste months waiting on a short sale acceptance.

Thank you,

Samantha James-Tharp, PA, GRI, CDPE
Direct: 772-528-4134
Direct: 954-380-9450
Fax: 888-371-9186
RE/MAX Preferred
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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 22, 2012
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