If you are making an offer to purchase, you do not need any proof to make the offer. once accepted the bank will require an appraisal. If you are buying cash then you should mak ... more
After 10 low-ball offers, I fire him as a Client.
Are you the buyer or the seller? There are many options for both. Feel free to call me at your convenience and I would be happy to discuss them with you.
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Since you didn't remove the loan contingency in writing, it is still in effect. The loan contingency is not passive - it HAS to be removed in writing on the Contingency Remo ... more
Short sales are a special situation and depending if you intend to pay cash or finance will determine how much leverage you have on the price, but you must also consider h ... more
As to your ability to cancel a sales agreement ... more
Unfortunately, the answer is yes, particularly as it relates to banks and REO management companies. Their position, is the bank has already lost a significant amount ... more
Read your purchase contract for contingencies. If you have contingencies that are still in effect (you haven't removed them in writing), you should be able to cancel ... more