I can say no you can't buy the home for the wrong price that was advertised. You should however be able to sue the agent, broker, and agency for either fraud or dereliction of duties. That is what is wrong with today's business owners and workers. They are directly affecting others lives and seem unable to measure twice and cut once. They need to take the time and effort to insure every move they make is correct, and if not pay for it. That's why I think realtors need to go away. Making good money and can't do the job and they suffer nothing when they don't do their job right, all the others involved do.... more
That is a good question. The descriptions are set by the Realtor and are a way to drive traffic toward those listings. Watch out for partial. seasonal and the like. The best way to find a parcel or a home that meets with your requirements are to get with a local agent. Talk directly to that agent so he or she can become aware of your wants. From that we can put together a profile and a search to best match what you are looking for. A local agent is always the best and easiest way to go, also we know the local market. Thanks. and good luck on your hunt.
RE/MAX Town & Country
Blue Ridge, Georgia
Where were you thinking about purchasing? I recently bought a property and ended up needing a total plumbing makeover on my Red Deer property. It was something that was un-for-seen, but luckily I got such a great deal on the property that it didn't set me back too far. http://www.cjplumbingandheating.ca/en/... more
Hi emilee and thanks for your question. Negotiation is always possible with any transaction. I do that all the time and my motto is always all they can do is say no. I would be happy to help if you would like any information or would like to be added to my client list please feel free to call/text/email me anytime. thanks again and I look forward to working with you soon.... more
Hope you had a great Easter Weekend! The listing does not mention the furnishings at all so I doubt they are not planned into the List Price. I always advise my buyers that if they are interested in the furnishings to just make an offer on those as well because a lot of times the seller really has no use for them and will have to store them unless they are actually planning to buy or build another cabin for themselves. Per the Listing Agent, most of the furnishings can be bought. They prefer to keep them but if it was important to the buyer in order to make the sale then they would sell them. If you are working with an agent I would have them contact the List Agent and if you aren't I would be more than happy to help you.
Have a great day!
Tanya Bailey, Associate Broker
588 East Main Street, Ste B
Blue Ridge, GA 30513... more
You can go to www.qpublic.net, select GA, then Fannin County. Enter either your last name as owner or street name and search for your tax record. You will see it shows prior assessment and current preliminary assessment. Then go to parcel map and search the properties in your area to see if similar changes were made and compare your property to your neighbors. If you feel that your higher assessment is not in line with the neighborhood, go to the tax office and file an appeal. Then, as Joe said, have a realtor complete a Comparative Market Analysis to help you establish a value you can discuss with the tax office. You can also research in the same way, the comparables the realtor created to see what changes were made in their assessments. Knowledge is power and when you have facts to discuss rather than just a complaint that the assessment doesn't see fair or corret, you will have a better discussion and a stronger case for your appeal.
Good Luck. If I can help you, do not hesitate to contact me. Realtors do not charge for Market Analysis.
Judy Aselton, Century 21 In The Mountains
Blue Ridge, Ga.
678-463-1129 or 76-632-2041 et.0601... more
A Buyers Brokerage Agreement is a binding agreement until the term expires and/or the agreement is released by BOTH parties. This agreement is intended to create a mutual benefit for both the Agent and the Buyer and is enforceable in GA by law.
Why do you want to cancel the agreement? If it is because the Agent is not providing you with acceptable service, I would recommend you tell them and allow them to improved their level of service to you. If they continue not to provide you with good service, your next step is to speak with their Broker.
If the Agent has provided you with good service and you have now chosen to make an offer on real estate without them, you can do that, but you WOULD be obligated to compensate the Agent for that transaction as specified in the Buyers Brokerage Agreement.... more