That depends on the area you looking to buy into, I'm sure I could find a ton of 4 bedroom houses in your price range but they may not be in the area you're hoping to move to. Neighborhood or zip-code will help an agent narrow the search. Also, when you say new do you mean new on the market or new construction?... more
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It is under agreement. It is scheduled to close 5/04/2012.
Fran and Mark Redding
Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors
1010 Stony Hill Road
Yardley, PA 19067
Getting permits is not usually a "slow process", and it's necessary to ensure the construction is up to current code and meets the minimum requirements for quality. Please do get permits, and hire licensed contractors..it will protect YOU.... more
1471 Lorimer is a newly built custom home and the taxes aren't posted yet in the listing, probably because it wasn't assessed yet by the township.
If you are interested I could contact the Builder & Township to try and get that information for you.
Please feel free to either call or email me. You can also visit my website at http://www.BMCeasyhomehelp.com
- Brian McCloud
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I had a verbal acceptance on my house and like 4 hours later I get a call from my agent saying the seller "didnt mean to agree to the terms i asked for" so we had to go back to the drawing board. Needless to say, don't get your hopes up until its ALL in writing.... more
You will need to contact an attorney. Getting a vague answer to a vague question won't get anyone anywhere. Please get in touch with a real estate attorney. Also, anything said here should not ever be construed as legal advise.
All that being said, I don't see why you wouldn't be able to take action with the previous owner and/or the inspector. When looking at the home, was the closet filled with stuff and you were unable to see everything? This may have been the case with the inspector. Also, what about the final walk through? The home should have been empty then and you could have noticed something then.
I am not trying to point the finger back at you. I am just bringing up what they will ask. Perhaps the homeowners really did not know the damage was there until moving out day. Perhaps the inspector could not get to that area to inspect.
Sorry I could not give you a definitive answer, but this really should go to an attorney.
Terrence Charest, e-Pro®
Century 21 Associates
905 Easton Road
Willow Grove, PA 19090
Cell (Preferred): 267.614.1494
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