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Andy2, Home Buyer in Livingston, NJ
Andy2 asked:
Buying from Cartus? I just put an offer and found out Cartus relocation will be having an inspection on the home and will pay more to the seller than what my offer price. Will Cartus accept my offer (no ot...
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G, Home Buyer in 91367
G asked:
Short-Sale-Is the listing agent playing game or my agent is incompetant.Recently I made offer on 2 short-sale properties, kind of low ball offer. After 2-3 months, my agent came back to me saying they have other offers and asked me to counter with a higher amount. The same process ...
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 13, 2015 Home Buying in 91367
Chris Robert…, Home Buyer in Philadelphia, PA
Chris Robertson asked:
What is involved in the PROCESS of buying a home? I'll be buying in Abington and I'm just starting to research. Where can I find information showing the steps in the process? I know about getting preapproved but beyond that from finding an agent to closing what steps are involved. Do ...
0 votes Share Flag Tue Oct 28, 2014 Home Buying in 19001
Sarah M, Home Buyer in Irving, TX
Sarah M asked:
Do flat-fee residential real estate attorneys exist in this area? A friend of mine in Chicago told me she hired a real estate attorney that helped with their home purchase for a $400 fee. Does anything like this exist in Dallas?

I think we may need to recover some earnest money we've put ...
0 votes Share Flag Mon Feb 24, 2014 Home Buying in 75063
Anthony, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Anthony asked:
I am seriously considering a corporate-owned townhouse just off the river in Burlington City. The asking ... price seems too good to be true, even with the as-is caveat. (Under 80,000) The ... purchase is subject to corporate or trustee amendments and some other stuff that seems like red flags to me ...
0 votes Share Flag Sun Nov 17, 2013 Home Buying in 08016
Pete, Home Buyer in Atlanta, GA
Pete asked:
What does "Home sold AS-Is! No disclosure!" really mean? To my mind "Home sold AS-Is! No disclosure!" tells me the owner is not coming clean with something: Perhaps a noisy neighbor, property line issues with a neighbor, the recently discover...
0 votes Share Flag Mon Oct 7, 2013 Foreclosure
Rosa Otero, Home Buyer in Winter Park, FL
Rosa Otero asked:
When buying a house please explain what is a Special Addenda Required.? And what means All Offers to be Submitted on an AS-IS FAR/BAR.? Another question; Do both men and wife has to have 62 year old to qualify for a Reverse Mortgage? Thnk for your answer....
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 26, 2013 Home Buying in Orlando
Stacey, Other/Just Looking in Slidell, LA
Stacey asked:
Is the buyer transaction fee common? If so, what is the typical amount? Is the agent supposed to disclose this fee be ... the buyer? This fee doesn't exist in my area. I'm aware that the broker is required to keep records ...
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 3, 2013 Home Buying in Orlando
Michelle, Home Buyer in Virginia
Michelle asked:
Help, how do I get my deposit back? I legitimately backed out of a contract in August. The recission letter was dated August 22 or 23rd and I am still waiting to get my money back. I am getting the run around from the r...
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 11, 2012 Home Buying in Maryland
caley.fields, Home Buyer in McCrory, AR
caley.fields asked:
Has this home already closed and is there any way to put an offer on it now? Optional details about your question--This question is about this property: http://www.trulia.com/property/3019369594-1300-Woodruff-391-McCrory-AR-72101
0 votes Share Flag Mon Dec 26, 2011 Property Q&A in McCrory
Frank, Home Buyer in Los Angeles, CA
Frank asked:
I put an offer to a Short-Sale home. How long does it take to get bank respond for Short-Sale? I have been waiting over 4 months but still no respond yet till now. THANKS
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 29, 2011 Foreclosure in Los Angeles
Justlooking, Other/Just Looking in Tulsa, OK
Justlooking asked:
Every house I am interested in seems to be a foreclosure. And priced very low. A little advice?? My boyfriend and I are looking at buying our first house. We have come across a lot of nice homes that are priced very low. I guess it's not so odd, but every single house we are i...
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 28, 2011 Home Buying in Oklahoma City
R.W. Ahlstrom,  in Novato, CA
R.W. Ahlstrom asked:
Can an REO company require a buyer to use their preferred lender? Buyer has to use their preferred lender or their contract will be cancelled Hi Everyone,my borrower is about to get into contract however the REO company is requiring the borrower to use their preferred lender and have written it into the contract on a coun...
0 votes Share Flag Fri Oct 28, 2011 Home Buying in Novato
Kate, Home Buyer in Bethesda, MD
Kate asked:
House flooded after inspection but before settlement Hi All,I am buying the house, the house was flooded during latest long lasting rain, basically the basement had water for couple of days. My question is who is responsible for t...
0 votes Share Flag Tue Sep 13, 2011 Home Buying in 20892
Ben, Home Buyer in Daytona Beach, FL
Ben asked:
what is short sale mean?
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 30, 2011 Home Buying in Boynton Beach
Sue Black, Home Buyer in Prosperity Church Road...
Sue Black asked:
does a short sale take a long time to process?
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 27, 2011 Home Buying in 28269
Confused, Home Buyer in Boise, ID
Confused asked:
So how can a regular person get a good deal on some of the REO'S out there before the cash investors? They seem th know the right people. These cash investors just want to rent to us. We have been working with a realtor. But this is the 5th place we have tried and the rules we keep hearing keep changing and we don'...
0 votes Share Flag Mon Feb 28, 2011 Home Buying in Boise
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