The price looks too good! I would bet there are a bunch of offers on this house. As with any home that is pending you can subit an offer and it will be given t the homeowner to discuss. Will it make it to the bank? Depending upon the offer maybe, maybe not. It is possilbe that they already have a good offer on the table and the bank is running the numbers and will respond to that offer. The process does not work where every offer is sent to the bank for approval as it comes in and they are usually held as back-up until a decision is made on the offer currently in place. It can not hurt to send it in.. but I would not be picking out paint just yet.
Good luck and let us know how it went!
Thanks for your question.
You can submit an offer and see what happens. Sometimes the property may come back to the market if the buyer e.g. can not get the mortgage. I would continue looking any other homes just in case the buyer goes
through with the purchase you are not left waiting.
Ines De La Cruz
You can always make an offer on any home prior to closing. The odds of acceptance are low if there is already an active contract, but you never know. If you really like the house, have your agent write up an offer and present it to the listing agent. The listing agent then has an obligation to present it to the bank unless they have instructed him or her not to submit additional offers. Even then, your offer is on file with the listing agent as a backup offer and if something happens with the present deal, at least your contract is already in. It's a longshot, but it is better than no shot.
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