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Kenneth Bebe…, Real Estate Pro in Dallas, TX
Kenneth Bebensee answered:
how much will a seller come down on the price for a house that costs $454,000 and needs some minor work? ...
You need to hire an agent who will make and work the offer for you.

Consult with the Agent you are working with on what to offer at the start.

GOOD LUCK.

Kenny
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Andrew Himes, Real Estate Pro in Collegeville, PA
Andrew Himes answered:
Who pays the transfer tax (2-2.5%)in PA? Buyer or seller. Is it split between buyer and seller?
Typically it is split b/t the buyer and the seller. If you are purchasing a foreclosure sometimes you will be expected to pay both sides of the transfer tax though.
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Nina Harris/…, Real Estate Pro in Williston Park, NY
Nina Harris/CBR/SFR answered:
how much do i need to prepare for the closing of the house if the price of the h ... freeport, ny? who pays for the transfer tax?7 HW MUCH ...
4% to 5% of the sale price for closing costs. Seller pays transfer tax.
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Mike Wald, Real Estate Pro in Orlando, FL
Mike Wald answered:
FIRPTA ISSUE FOR OVERSEAS SELLER
First of all I would call his Broker and let him know all this problem and ask him to resolve this problem, if this does not work, file a formal complain againt the Realtor, Broker and ... more
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Mary Ngati, Real Estate Pro in 33401
Mary Ngati answered:
In florida who is responsible for the transfer tax and fees?
In most cases the buyer. http://maryngati.listingbook.com
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 19, 2012 Home Buying in West Palm Beach
Christopher…, Real Estate Pro in Westchester, NY
Christopher Pagli - ABR, GREEN answered:
What is the difference between a condo and a coop?
Hi, a coop is run through a corporation. The shareholders are the people that buy the units. You don't actually own the unit you own shares in the corporation which entitles you ... more
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Zac Bacon, Real Estate Pro in Roseville, CA
Zac Bacon answered:
What are typical closing costs on 240k home in Rocklin?
Stephen,
Although the exact figures will vary based on your individual credit and qualifying situation, there are some general guidelines.
First, you can usually expect about 3% of t ... more
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Debra (Debbi…, Real Estate Pro in Livingston, NJ
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
What should I know before I buy the townhouse where I am now?
If the townhome is part of an HOA commmunity, and/or a condominium type of ownership, make sure you ask to see and read the Bylaws ( homeowner's association or condo rules and regulatio ... more
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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in 03109
Scott Godzyk answered:
Is this a valid escrow fee?
If you are the seller are you crediting th ebuyer with any closing costs? if not then why are they crediting the buyer? The onbly thing you may have to pay is transfer tax which is usua ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 28, 2012 Home Selling in 93065
Lara Gabriele, Real Estate Pro in Orange County, CA
Lara Gabriele answered:
What are Private Transfer Taxes in Dana Point?
Hi there. A PTT is usually assessed by the Hoa they can use it for whatever the choose and you don't have a say in it. If another home in the association has it, chances are your h ... more
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Fran And Mark…, Real Estate Pro in Yardley, PA
Fran And Mark Redding answered:
what are the estimated closing costs on a 95000 home in Pa?
Hi Sue

It Depends. In real estate as in life everything is negotiable. Even fees that are set by statute,like transfer taxes, it can be negotiated as to who pays buyer or seller. So ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Apr 13, 2012 Home Selling in Wilkes-Barre
Robert Leary, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Robert Leary answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
You might be able to negotiate the title insurance premium. The settlement attorney makes some money selling you the insurance and so you may be able to get them to discount it some, bu ... more
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Suzanne Look…, Real Estate Pro in Lafayette, CA
Suzanne Looker, SRES answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
Great question! Essentially most of the closing costs are negotiable with the seller. If representing a buyer I ask their lender to compute the closing costs associated with a purchas ... more
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Mike Contini…, Real Estate Pro in San Ramon, CA
Mike Continillo answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
Some fees cannot be eliminated, but it is possible for you to ask the seller for a credit to cover your closing costs, so technically all closing costs are negotiable.
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Doug Caye, Real Estate Pro in Wexford, PA
Doug Caye answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
If its an actuak "closing cost" than it is a fee needed to fund the loan- whether it is a portion of the transfer tax- a years home owners insurance, a years county, local and ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 11, 2012 Home Buying in Pittsburgh
Whit Garrett, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Whit Garrett answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
realtor conveyancing fee!!!!! everything else is pretty much set...title...transfer tax...escrows
0 votes Share Flag Sat Mar 3, 2012 Home Buying in Philadelphia
Jenet Levy, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Jenet Levy answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
Hmm, a question posted by "Trulia" in Trulia, listed as San Francisco and inquiring about New York.

Okay, regarding "which costs are potentially negotiable in closing ... more
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Jeff & Kelly…, Real Estate Pro in Las Vegas, NV
Jeff & Kelly Stafford answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
Hi Just looking.
The negotiable costs are appraisal, home warrantee. Keep in mind there are prorations on fees that stay with the house like taxes and hoa dues. Some fees are depen ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Mar 18, 2012 Home Buying in Las Vegas
Ardell Della…, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Ardell Dellaloggia answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
Up to the limit your lender will allow. Your lender will have a dollar cap on the total credit you can receive from the seller. Often the seller can buy all of the buyer's closing ... more
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Anna Brocco, Real Estate Pro in Nassau County, NY
Anna Brocco answered:
Who pays closings costs in LA County?
Both buyer and seller do incur costs....
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jun 16, 2013 Home Selling in 90046
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