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Josephcreer, Home Buyer in Detroit, MI

is there anything physically wrong with this house?? i need to know details

Asked by Josephcreer, Detroit, MI Sun Jan 25, 2009

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This question is about this property: http://www.trulia.com/property/1067196864-18428-Greenlawn-St…

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Joseph,

If you don't have a Realtor to assist you with this home, I would recommend you call Liz since she appears to be a Realtor in the same area this home is listed. Pull together the experts who can assist you through the maze of a home purchase and enjoy the best opportunity to buy. Good Luck!
Web Reference: http://www.KayPearson.com
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Joseph-
Unless this property has been previously viewed it will be impossible to determine what condition it is in in the interior. I would suggest to make an appointment to view with either the listing brokerage or with your own agent AND a Contractor if you are seriously interested in this home to determine the extend of work needed if any.

Liz Tintinalli
Real Estate One
C: 313-617-2699
http://www.lizindetroit.com
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Joseph,

Just a suggestion, when you look at the details page of any property (no login usually required) more information is available. In this properties case, it indicates Sale Pending below the photo. There are others.

In Michigan, real estate professionals can only represent your best interests (as a buyer) under a signed buyers agency agreement. I suggest finding out more about this before proceeding, you may be providing information to the seller that would cause you to pay more for a property.

Just to add to Liz's excellent comment about bringing a contractor.... Most real estate professionals are not experts in construction or certified home inspectors. We can relay our opinions about a homes condition, but you must do your own Due Diligence by hiring professionals in these fields to make the final decision. Most real estate contracts will include a clause stating this in better language.
Web Reference: http://mi-living.com
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