NO. a licensed agent or broker MUST disclose the fact that they are licensed on their offer. (at least they do here in NH) Please check with your state to see if they have the same law on the books, most do. A question though if you are a seller, would you have still sold it at that price to a an investor without a license that was going to resell it? Did the buyer force you to sell?... more
I would suggest that you:
a. Contact the local Board of Realtors office for your County
b. Contact the Florida Real Estate Commission
You will need to fully disclose the entire transaction.
And of course, you can discuss the entire matter with a Real Estate attorney.... more
If your mortgage is for more than your house is worth - then a short sale is an option - unless you are saying that you, personally, don't want to go that route. If this is the case, then you only choice is to pay off your additional debt.... more
Great question, depending on your circumstance and the strength of the buyer paying the buyers closing cost can be a benefit to both parties, One you get your home sold and they get into a home for what they can afford. However, paying for their closing costs does not mean you have to foot the entire percentage or take a net loss on your final take home net. There are many ways to negotiate that or other items that will allow you to walk away with more cash and still help the buyer have a successful closing with you.... more
Search Google, terms like trade homes, swap homes etc... you will come across websites with all the information just be sure to have an RE Attorney or Realtor to help review the paperwork and give guidance.
If you don’t have a Realtor helping you take time to explore my profile located here on Trulia: http://www.trulia.com/voices/profile/Real_Estate_Pro-Orlando_FL-253448/
And my website below,
Dave Lowe, Broker Two4One of Orlando
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Innovative / Save Money / Great People... more