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Robert Chome…, Other/Just Looking in San Diego, CA
Robert Chomentowski asked:
Is it legal for a listing agent to force a buyer to use their preferred lender as a term of the purchase contract? I had a Realtor do this to me recently. I had a fully pre-approved client and they offered in this listing agents short sale. The seller countered that the buyer MUST use their lender...
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 11, 2016 Agent2Agent in San Diego
Nancy Ross, Both Buyer and Seller in Cherry Hill, NJ
Nancy Ross asked:
How can a Seller get an MLS listing w/o paying commission? We wish to save ourselves and the prospective Buyer of our house in Cherry Hill the extra cost involved in paying a commission by just listing our house on MLS and showing it ourselves...
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 11, 2016 Home Selling in Cherry Hill
Brandon G., Other/Just Looking in Philadelphia, PA
Brandon G. asked:
Anyone know of investor friendly title companies in/near the Philadelphia, PA area? One familiar with wholesaling (assignments).
0 votes Share Flag Tue Mar 22, 2016 General Area in Philadelphia
Peggymontoya…, Home Buyer in Highlands, TX
Peggymontoya95 asked:
Is it good to rent to own? we would like to buy a house in the surrounding areas country living if possible we are building our credit but don't think its good enough to buy a home
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jan 25, 2016 Home Buying in Crosby
kurupshion, Both Buyer and Seller in San Diego, CA
kurupshion asked:
Flat Fee Listing...Good or Bad? I am hoping to get some feedback on flat fee real estate services like:

http://www.sdflatfee.com/
http://flatfeegroup.com/California/

Does anyone have experience with services like...
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 27, 2016 Home Selling in San Diego
Nrgstace, Home Buyer in San Diego, CA
Nrgstace asked:
how hard is it to sell your home on your own (w/o agent). It was on the market with an agent, few showings. we'd like to try to sell by owner Our home is large for the neighborhood and it has tons of amentities, upgrades and income potential.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Nov 15, 2015 Home Selling in 92115
Jennifer.lei…, Home Buyer in Fort Wayne, IN
Jennifer.leighh asked:
First time home buyers out of town? My husband and I are moving to Indianapolis in August. We are currently living 2 hours north of Indy, and we are renting. When should we start the process, and what's the first ste...
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 20, 2015 Home Buying in Indianapolis
Chanel McNeil, Other/Just Looking in Philadelphia, PA
Chanel McNeil asked:
Can anyone recommend a investor friendly title company in Philadelphia? One that is familiar with double closings and assignments.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jul 12, 2015 General Area in Philadelphia
Maniz, Home Buyer in Colorado
Maniz asked:
Do builders negotiate on new homes? My wife and I are looking at buying our first home from Richmond American in Castle Rock. Do builders negotiate on prices of new homes? If so, by how much? We saw that structural upgrad...
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 4, 2015 Home Buying in Denver
Fredrick Gay…, Other/Just Looking in Miami, FL
Fredrick Gayot asked:
Investor Friendly Title companies in miami? Looking for Investor friendly title companies in the Broward & Miami area!
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 2, 2015 General Area in Miami
Mark Antonow…,  in Phoenix, AZ
Mark Antonowsky asked:
Who is the Best Short Sale Processing Company?
0 votes Share Flag Fri Sep 12, 2014 Foreclosure in Phoenix
Sheila Hughl…, Real Estate Pro in North Bethesda, MD
Sheila Hughley asked:
How do I guide more investors to my listing?
0 votes Share Flag Sun Feb 2, 2014 Home Selling in Silver Spring
Beatrice1576, Home Buyer in Cleveland, OH
Beatrice1576 asked:
investor friendly title company
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jan 27, 2014 Home Buying in 44119
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