Ljkminski, Per this link they are http://www.trulia.com/property/1069091282-9701-Sunrise-Blvd-L-26-North-Royalton-OH-44133 $248.00. I would suggest that you contact a Realtor to verify exactly what is included/covered. I wish you success in the search for a home. If you need to find a realtor, you can give me a phone call and I can likely make a referral to you.... more
With all new clients, it is important to discuss motivation and expectations. It is also important to realize that a clients motivation can Change unexpectedly. Keep an open dialog with your agent so that he or she knows what your expectations are. I always try to be crystal clear with what my clients expect in the way service and communication.... more
Most likely, foreclosed homes are SOLD as IS. There are no room for negotiation. However, there are instances when banks will consider repairs or replacement and it is a case-by-case basis. The bottomline for the resiliency is determining if agreeing to repair request makes more economic sense than putting it back on the market.
There could be multiple parties involved in the decision making in foreclosed homes. But don't let this faze you. Nowadays, banks act quicker than what they used to be. Moreover, the bank's sales addendum supersedes the actual Real Estate Purchase Contract. So make sure you understand the fine print.
In a normal or traditional sale, you are dealing with the sellers--which, to many, makes it less complicated and simpler.
If you are working with a competent realtor, you will be guided throughout the process.
That is why it is important that you interview local realtors and take it from there.
Since you are calling it an offer, and not a contract, it is obvious that there has been no agreement with the sellers bank and that is required in a short sale. If the bank has not agreed, and signed the offer, then you have no contract and you should not have even given your agent any money yet since you do not have a contract. Your agent should be able to just hand you back your check, I never deposit them until we have a signed and agreed contract with signatures from buyer, seller and bank. You or the bank can walk away at any time.... more