General contractors have conflict of interest
I am selling my house and the buyer hired a general contractor posing as an inspector. The first thing he did was quote a price he would charge for 4k to 5k to the buyer for minor tuckpointing. The house is brick. She freaked. I worked for a general contractor for 7 years many years ago. I know how it works
I stopped him and asked him to stop providing general contractor pricing. He admitted to being a general contractor and said that's how much he would charge to do the work. Then explaining that neither one of us asked for an estimate and to please just inspect the property. He said well you can hire someone for 200.00 to do it. He crucified me for not permitting him to try and sell a contract. Turned the valve on the hot water tank until water came out tool a picture and said it was leaking and needed to be replaced. Even sited me for a loose toilet seat. Stated all the repairs which were minor needed to be completed by a general contractor w permits. Needless to say the young single mother of two small children insisted I do everything on the list by a general contractor. I let her go. He killed our deal out of spite. Terrible.... more
Communication is the key... However each have a certain role and expertise. In my opinion it is always best that the LO and the Realtor have a good rapport and that each understand their role in the transaction.... more
I just got a job promotion to Jacksonville Florida looking for a 2 bedroom 2bath I work for Target located on Beach Blvd need a place before we get there My Husband and our 12 year old Daughter Leaving Colorado July 15th should arrive around July 18th so excited no more snow yeah would like to put deposit on something nice Thank you Gwen... more
It may as well be! It all depends on the market, exposure...inner aptitude, vibes...for sure fewer competing open houses. And of course any exposure is good for our Sellers! So I am saying Yes, Do it!... more
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3. Milpitas - there is Union pacific track next to house < 500 ft. I noticed once the train was blowing the horn loud. Is there any plans of relocating this ?
4. In general, how will BART help develop the community ?... more