I am sorry that no one has yet answered your question before now.
In short, a "limited service" listing is just that. The broker listing the property is not providing full b ... more
I am not sure if you are still deciding on North Penn, but I was a graduate of North Penn and still live in the school district. I graduated in 1997 which was prior to them addin ... more
Emily Landis Torres
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Now our lender (PNC mortgage) wants to go in for second appraisal and is concerned its a flip property.The (PNC mortgage) asked us a copy of the inspection
First and foremost, it should feel like home. It will be the stage setting for the next several years of your life, at least, and it darned well bet ... more
You know that it is her Brokerage, and not "her," that you had the listing contract with, right?
The seller is generally responsible for removing all personal items and having the property clear of clutter and broom swept prior to the buyers settlement walk throug ... more
Advice, either that owner waits for the price to rise, or you wait. Its not going higher any any time soon. 400K for that property 6 months ago? ... more
Seriously, if you want trouble, you can always find it, but I have seldom found people who ask about 'dow ... more