I wonder why you would ask a question like that...it's 2012!
New Jersey real estate agents must provide to each seller and buyer the document in the link below.
If it is a short sale the bank does not own it yet. short sale means there is a seller that owes more money to the bank than what the fair market value is. let me know the address I might be able to find out who the lien holder is.... more
Hi, I am not sure how cheap you need to be, but I am the head of the foreclosure division for my company. If you would like to reach me on my cell 732 600 1570 or email email@example.com I will be happy to discuss.... more
Well, check with your attorney. That's what he's there for.
I'm not a lawyer, so this isn't legal advice. However, if both you and the seller had signed the agreement AND if there wasn't some provision in the contract allowing the seller to back out (for instance, a provision stating that if a new offer came in within x days of acceptance, then the seller could terminate your agreement and accept the new one), then you're probably legally "in the right."
But, as your lawyer will explain, it can be awfully difficult to force a seller to sell to you. There are ways of making it difficult for the seller to sell to anyone else, but that can get messy and expensive.
Again, what does your lawyer say?... more
Do you mean a short sale--if so do keep in mind that short sales are by no means fast sales, unless already pre-approved by the lender--there are no set standards of time, and some lenders are quicker than others, no matter, cash or mortgage--if two banks are involved, expect a little more time--what is your agent suggesting......... more
At this point you have to seek your attorney as it all depends on what protections were in the attorney review letter or addendums to the contract to escape out of the deal based on dates of performance on the sale side. If no one has contacted you and your closing date is in 3 days then you would assume the bank has either not approved the short sale or your attorney needs to complete running title and survey. If the selling side isn't ready to close then your attorney should be able to issue a time of the essence letter to try to close with 10 business days otherwise you can kill the deal or he may be able to just null and void the deal being it is a short sale. This all depends again on the seller and there attorney on how they want to handle it. Usually in short sales the sale side does not pressure the buyer as much as the seller isnt being awarded any money. All of these things must be discussed with your attorney or real estate agent though so you need to contact them immediately as your deposit money at this point could be at risk but only if the sellers or there attorney wanted to hold it in escrow. Again I am not an attorney and I do not represent you so the answers you seek lie within your contract of sale and addendums in reveiw letter you need to review those documents or contact the parties that represent you in this matter. These are just some tips for you so best of luck with the results!
Justin Bosak... more
351 Madison in Bayville is still showing as active however it could be in attorney review or the listing agent just didn't update it.
For additional information please contact me at 732-580-5309.
Remax Realty 9
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Absolutely....i do it all the time. In the market I serve, it's a seller's market and we are sseing multiple offers. The last thing we want to do is take the home pending, which will pull it off the market - then find out 30 dats later that the loan is not going to happen.
I also want o make sure it's a reputable lender with experience.... more
I have never ever heard of any bank requiring blood tests before approving a mortgage. What was the reason they gave you? I would think this would be illegal - an invasion of privacy and potentially discriminatory. What did your real estate agent say about this? In my opinion I would shop around for another mortgage banker! Best of Luck to you.... more
buyer market doesn't mean every listing selling for 10% less than asking price. it just means lower prices (more people want to sell than buy) However, what if the house you want to buy is already 50% less than what every other similar house sells for? Do you still want to byuy it at 10% under asking? Or what if it's at 150% of similar homes, then buyign it for 10% under asking price still leaves you paying 25% more than comparable homes.
How does the price of this home compare to similar properties? Answer this question and you'll know exactly what to do.... more
11 Carlyle does not appear in either of the Multiple Listing Services covering the Bayville section of Berkeley Township. 73 Carlyle is on the market for $400,000. 69 Carlyle is under contract, as of October, 2008.
The home at 11 Carlyle is 3400 sq ft, the lot frontage is 77 ft. and the lot shape is irregular.
Keller Williams Atlantic Shore... more
There are plenty of homes in Bayville for you to rent. It depends on the area if you can get the price you want. Are you looking for waterfront on the bay or lagoon, or a home with a large yard? I have been living in that area for over 8 years, and can help you find something that will suit your needs. If you have not already located a realtor who can help you find a home at no cost to you, and would like my assistance, please feel free to call me. Best of luck to you in your home search.
Eleanor S. Everitt
732-773-8634 (cell)... more