Typically I like to meet my clients at the home with their new keys. However it is not uncommon to pick them up from your agent at their office. Your agent should be in contact with the other agent and getting those keys for you, not you getting them from the other agent.... more
A lease with an option to buy is not easy to come by. Sellers are not usually willing to lease with an option, most just want to sell and cash out. Sometimes, however, you might be able to find a landlord who is willing to lease and maybe give you the option to buy, if they are thinking about selling the property at some future date.
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Please tell your agent to report the lender and the listing agent. you should have his lic. # on his email. I am tired of these lenders and cross qualifying. Most of the bank owned and even the flip houses are doing this.
I'm sorry that you might not get the house after all you went through! But we have to complain until they stop this. Good luck! You might still get the house, I pray that you and your agent find a way.... more
Every house will find a buyer if the house is well presented, well marketed, easy to see and priced right. If you have a great agent, they will insure this is the case. If this is not the case, ask them to revisit each of these 4 keys to make sure you have a good shot at finding a buyer. Best of luck.... more
Either your home is listed too high for the market area it's in, it's got some showing issues that need to be addresses or your RE agent is not doing a very good job for you. I would ask your agent to do a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA).... more
Every scenario is different, and it will depend if the home sells at the auction or not?
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Typically the refrigerator in the kitchen is the one that is left. I suppose you could swap them out, but the buyer will know the difference. Don't punish the buyer for their realtor's actions....... more
If the seller signed the offer you made, and the lender approved it, the seller can't change anything. Do you have a Realtor? If not, you should, short sales are too complicated to do without. I would suggest speaking with a real estate attorney to see what your options are at this point.
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I agree with you 100%. Unfortunately, there's been an ethical shift in the country over, perhaps, the past 20 years. It's a shift away from responsibility and toward "me at all costs."
At least with short sales, there's supposed to be a "backstop" in that it's presumed that lenders need to see some "hardship" before approving a short sale. It seems that many people's "hardship" is that they bought a property and it's declined in value. That's it.
Some folks have decided to do what's called a "strategic default." Same idea, except it's a foreclosure. They owe (only on paper) more than the property is worth. They don't want to live up to their obligations, so they stop making payments. They typically live rent-free for a year or more, at which point they walk away . . . with a lot of money in their pocket from all the mortgage payments they didn't make. They stick the bank with the shortfall, and their neighbors with an ugly foreclosure in the middle of the neighborhood.
The ultimate irony is that their situation was totally manageable, as you describe in your question. And owing more than the house is worth? It may be an uncomfortable situation, but only temporary. Every month, they're paying the mortgage down. And, longer-term, maybe 3 years, maybe 5 years, the market will recover enough so they will owe less than the house is worth.
But they they're considering their purchase to have been a no-lose situation. Heads they win. Tails they win. If the market had gone up, they'd have made money. If the market declines, they can just walk away, with money in their pocket and sticking the bank with the loss.
That wouldn't have happened 15 or 20 years ago. Something about the American psyche has changed.Your parents grew up in an era when you didn't walk away from your obligations. And it sounds as if they passed their beliefs along to you.
Hope that helps.... more
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I may have a lender that can help you. I would need to speak with you to see a clear picture where you stand. Please give me call call when time allows.
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