Do you have a real estate agent? You should really consult with them.
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To be brief - the sale price is usually set NOW, not when you actually go to purchase ... more
Wake County offers what you are looking for and more. From an outstanding symphony, to 2 minor league baseball teams nearby, great restaurants, hospitals and churches. You wi ... more
Assuming that the house is not presently for sale; one approach would be to enlist the help of a Realtor, who would then t ... more
Hope that helps.
You need to refer to your lease regarding the security deposit. Just because the house is being sold by short sale, the lease still stands. Whatever the lease state ... more
First of all, did you send the check to the Title Company or to the owner directly? Did you use a TREC contact?
I hope you used the Title Company - their job is to pro ... more
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It sounds like both time you were not represented by a real estate broker. I'm not sure exactly what went on without seeing your actual contract, but if you had an agent, then ... more
This is a great time to buy, Price are going up every day and the soon you buy , better for you. Please contact with me and will provide you with full report for REI (ret ... more
This could have gone 180 degrees in the opposite where you are having to evict her...and i have seen that happen plenty of times.
I would not, how ... more
This should be all that is necessary.
If you don't get relief, you can file a grievance with the local MLS board.
I'm a little confused. You say the property is a foreclosure property and then say your Realtor is the listing agent and the owner. If this is a forclosed p ... more