The answer is "yes".
I usually check the MLS first to make sure that the homes I'm sending this information out to is not already listed with another agen ... more
Seller's often pay for Home Warranty, Geo. Report, County transfer taxes, 1/2 city ... more
There are two types of probate sales. The first is known as IAEA (Independent Administration of Estates Act.) This is where the executor-administrator has full authority of ... more
I've acted as a transaction coordinator before to help both sides do what is needed to record the sale.
When you have a moment, give me a call on ... more
Here in FL our sellers are responsible for about 3% of the purchase price in closing costs in addition to the commissions paid to the realtors. After you select a realto ... more
The amount you pay for Massachusetts Tax Stamps will depend on how much you sold your home for. This will be on your HUD1 statement--do the math and make sure it's correct! ... more
Closing costs vary from locality to locality. Real estate is very much a local business. I hope that a local Realtor from Lubbock can respond, until they do, know this"
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Part of the answer is based on the customs in the area, and part is typical transaction fees. If the custom is for seller's to pay for the new owner's title policy, then that ... more
Usually it is the seller who pays for all those fees, unless special agreements are made ahead of time by all parties involved. This in turn will help you when it is your tu ... more