Leonard Oles…, Renter in

$199k is the asking price? Will they drop it down to $185k and pay closing costs? Preapproved already.

Asked by Leonard Oleson, Wed Apr 18, 2012

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Hi again.. I just saw the link to the house you were referring to .. That house is in my neighborhood .. Rosemont Forest Sourh.. For the square ft and location I would say that would be a good offer to start with .. Probably will come back with a counter.. But that price is not bad that it is listed for .. Just had one in our neighborhood off of grave hurst sell around that price with more sq. ft ... So I would say the offer you want to make is fair.. Let me know if you need an agent to help you with that
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Hi Lloleson,

All of the previous agents' answers have been good ones regarding making an offer. http://trista.myvabeachhomes.com/ Is my website and it has plenty of data on it, as well as an active MLS feed that should keep you up to date, instead of shopping on a third party site. Feel free to use it at your leisure, and give me a call if anything catches your eye 757-373-6374 or email me trista@anovateam.com.

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Hi .. Do you need to know what the comps are for the area?... Or do you have an agent?.. If you know what the comps are you can make a fair offer for the home.. And it depends on the situation the seller is in.. Is he motivated to sell, have their been improvements to the home .. I would live to help you if you don't have an agent .. Give me a call and I can let you know the answers to these questions and make sure you get a great deal also
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Good afternoon. I note that this property is listed as a 'short sale'. Accordingly, whatever the seller agrees to anyway is subject to the approval of the seller's bank. It is not an easy or quick process and if you want to give me a call I will explain to you how it works.

Wayne Goodman
757 692 6266
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Great response!
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It probaly would depend on other parameters of your offer: Closing date, type of financing, contingencies. It is best to make an offer and see if they will accept or counter you.

Dee Dee Jones
BluSkyy Realty
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only the seller knows the answer to that. Make an offer and see.
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It depends on the home and the sellers situation. How long it's been on the market and condition. Would you like to set an appointment and see inside?

Catherine
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