Some refer to a bungalow when describing a older home, in town, usually has a nice front porch with what we call arts and crafts columns. Just means they're not solid white straight up and down poles...usually they are partial brick and partial framing/wood. Bungalows can also be call "arts and craft'' style homes. They can be new construction but even the new construction is modeled after the older homes..Also, these homes are usually not brick...maybe just around the foundation.
Anyway....that's what I personally call a Bungslow. It's the style of house....... more
You can buy a "used" home with more extras/options than an identical newly built home at the same price. However, with a new home, you can create the home you want. It's a choice a buyer needs to make. We have a couple right now who are going back and forth between new and "used" We think they are going to buy a "gently used" home.... more
Every state has a period of time that protects the agent, and rightfully so. This came about many years ago due to the fact that a seller would hire an agent to list their home and the agent would spend many long hours and hard earned money advertising the home only to have it sold out from under them. Therefore, laws have been instituted to keep that from happening.
If a listing expires or is terminated the agent will create a list of potential buyers that inquired or viewed the home while listed through the agent. The agent and home owner has an obligation to put them on a protected buyer list. Every state is different in terms of how many months they are protected.
You would need to find out what the State of Alabama's requirements are.
My question to you would be, what would be your reason for taking it off the market for 30 days and then resuming the listing.