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Richard Shap…, Real Estate Pro in Framingham, MA
Richard Shapiro answered:
What would you do if you see a notice in public records regarding unresolved easement issues with an adjacent landowner?
Were you considering purchasing? if so, lawyer up or walk away.
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Judy Boyle, Real Estate Pro in Northborough, MA
Judy Boyle answered:
How long does it take an agent to list a property as sold? We cleared the tile and closed on February 14. Bolton office CB agent - Horrid!
The listing agent has 24 hours to change the status to
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Don Tepper, Real Estate Pro in Fairfax, VA
Don Tepper answered:
The sellers agent who has created much turmoil received a call from MLS asking her to keep her listings updated
Let's deal with some of your questions here and in your previous posts.

First, don't worry about what the MLS currently states. Yes, electrons live forever. But so do your ... more
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JOSEPH RUNFO…, Real Estate Pro in Staten Island, NY
JOSEPH RUNFOLA JR, BROKER, GRI answered:
Is square footage advertised on MLS calculated differently for rentals than homes for sale?
Hello Joe, unless there have been any additions to or subtractions from the property there should be one legitimate measurement. With regard to square footage, measure it yourself or be ... more
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Brenda Feria, Real Estate Pro in 23233
Brenda Feria answered:
So, given a flaw that is holding up a title - pool built on a "private easement" - what options do you offer your buyer? Advice to your
Always go with what your attorney recommends. I am not sure what a "Private Easement" is. In VA an easement is an easement. It allows someone else access to that land and ... more
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Heath Coker, Real Estate Pro in Falmouth, MA
Heath Coker answered:
We just found out some disturbing news... it seems during the property search that the additions made to the house we have a P&S on, there is a
And that is how the lawsuit started. Your attorney is the best one to answer this question. Real estate professionals - not just the hobbyists - know that running the title and getting ... more
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Alexis Rascio, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Alexis Rascio answered:
How long does it take or should it take an agent to update a listing? Ours is still listed as acting even though its been under agreement
Hi Rita, I understand that frustration and unfortunately the listing statuses are only as accurate as the brokers who are responsible for updating them! There are regulations around whe ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Dec 16, 2011 Home Buying in Hudson
Dan Tabit, Real Estate Pro in Sammamish, WA
Dan Tabit answered:
We had an accepted offer, we went through 3 grueling weeks of negotiation, we lifted our contingency and finally have a signed P&S.
Joe,
If you have a contract that is fully signed by all parties, then the listing should show Pending or Under Contract to reflect your status. Any subsequent showings should only be ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Oct 29, 2011 Home Buying in Hudson
Tim Moore, Real Estate Pro in Nags Head, NC
Tim Moore answered:
We had an accepted offer, we went through 3 grueling weeks of negotiation, we lifted our contingency and finally have a signed P&S.
I am confused, is there an offer or is there a contract? Big difference! What contingency did you have and if it was removed was it signed by sellers and buyers both? You have loan appr ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 1, 2011 Home Buying in Hudson
Darren Birks, Real Estate Pro in Quincy, MA
Darren Birks answered:
How to make an offer on a House.It's a Single Family Home - Detached 2 Car Garage, Off Street Parking
I would start about $215,000 but I would do it quick so you can allow time for a counter before another offer is submited. If you would like I can write up an offer right away. Darren 6 ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 20, 2009 Home Buying in Hudson
Sean Dawes, Other/Just Looking in Philadelphia, PA
Sean Dawes answered:
Given the current market, how long should the expiration be on an offer?
48-72hrs is generally what I see. Buyers are using this as leverage in their bidding as it does not give the owners time to sit and wait for other offers.




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