I am not sure I understand your statement. It was active but with a contingency? If it had a contingency then your offer will be a backup offer and should have been explained to you and your agent by the listing agent. You will need to sign a withdrawal agreement of your offer.... more
If I understand your statement the house is not active and is under contract with a contingency. That would mean that your offer is a backup offer and so you simply need to withdraw your offer in writing. The listing agent should have explained this to your agent when the offer was presented and a backup offer addendum would be needed or something explaining the other offer that is in place.... more
Consider working with any agent--he/she can locate suitable properties, conduct showings, provide information needed, etc., also check local print media for possible by owner properties, word of mouth, etc.... more
Based on the data from the NH Multiple Listing Service - here are some statisitcs on properties that sold in Sandown from 9/28/06 to 9/28/07:
52 Residential Properties sold
The average sold price for these homes was $304,682
The average days on market (From listing to going under agreement) was 130 days
Currently there are 77 residential homes for sale in Sandown.
If you are not currently working with an agent and would like more detailed information, please fee free to call or email me. For details on properties that have sold in NH you may also want to try www.whosoldmyhouse.com.
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