Dispute the accuracy and see what happens with the credit bureaus.
Chances are the paperwork is so lost and /or the bank is so overwhelmed with work, they won't be able to find it and it will come off your credit report.
Errors on credit reports happen all the time.... more
First is getting pre-approved for a loan, I work with some great (local) mortgage specialist. Contact me so I can give you several to choose from. I wouild love to help and walk you through the process.
Not necessarily. It could mean a number of things like a short sale, foreclosure, estate sale. It looks like this is a traditional seller and they may not want to do any repairs. The biggest things to be cautious of is making sure the seller's disclosure is accurate. Just because you say "sold as-is" doesn't mean that exempts a seller from being truthful in disclosing anything wrong with the property.... more
If you are the person who put the listing in, you are the one who has to change it. We can't change info on each others listings. Whatever the correct s. footage is, make sure you note the source-ex.tax, appraisal, etc..
You don't have to sell the house. You contracted to sell your home to the buyer for "X" and agreed to certain conditions( repairs, survey, closing date, etc.). You do not have to sell it for less. Now if you have to move right now, you might be stuck and your options limited. The buyer can pay more for it than its appraised value. Read the contract. But the again, he doesn't have to. You can take your chances and put it back on the market, realizing that the same thing might happen again. Appraisals are like judging beauty contests; one appraiser might find the value in your home, and another might not. I would talk to your realtor, or was this a "for sale by owner"?... more