Hope this helps!
I dont know if it works the same in OHIO as it does in California.
If it does, you request the county tax assessors office to re assess the property.
It usually takes a fe ... more
Here in California the answer is NO, the property is not considered available. It can be listed to accept backup offers but if you have a signed offer by the seller then it shou ... more
You really should go meet with a lender and they will tell you exactly what you can afford. The factors vary and that way you are not guessing and you will need the pre approval le ... more
I'm not a lawyer or accountant, so this isn't legal or accounting advice. For that, you'd need a lawyer or accountant, accordingly.
One potentia ... more
If you're new to this, it's definitely a unique scenario and is often only done between parties who have a ... more
There is a p ... more
If the offer was accepted as written with no "counter offer" then yes you are obligated to continue... If you really do not want to and there is a good reason I wo ... more
A local real estate professional may be able to provide you with the information you are seeking as well as representing your best interests through the buying process. Even w ... more
There is no reason AT ALL that a new build would be any higher than an existing home... either you are being taken advantage of, or just mistaken on the difference... what amo ... more
Yes, this has always been a very stable area and the homes are great back there. Akron in general is pretty stable compared to the rest of the country. We don't see the steep ... more