You are not likely to get sued, but more likely to loose your Earnest
deposit, in the event you have removed all your contingencies.
If you have n ... more
You can always ask the seller to complete the repairs (in writing) but they don't have to. Talk to your Realtor about requesting repairs. If you ask and the seller says ... more
Utilities (gas & electric) and water all depend on usage, but if you're one person as opposed to a 5-member family, a good estimate for those would be $150/month. Add in phone, ... more
If you don't have one, this is why you need one. Preferably YOUR realtor is YOUR Realtor and not the Listing Agent.
Sure, the averag ... more
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If your asking for a Realtor's opinion we are not allowed to answer such questions. I would contact the local police department and see what they think, ask them how many a ... more
Your thoughts make financial sense however the selling agent typically represents the Seller and NOT YOU. The agent in most states is not authorized to conduct themselves ... more