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Mjdeeringer7 answered:
If the seller is doing their due diligence then why back out. If theres issues with the home request repairs. If its still not the right home and you haven't signed off on all your contingencies, then yes you can back out and request a return of deposit in Calif. ... more
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Reereeloc asked:
Can you please help found ahouse ranging from. 700 - 800 monthly and move in tomorrow because lam homelessl live inphiladelpha pa19151 contact me2157155276 thersascott can you help
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Lulalott.1922.1 answered:
the property is deeded to me and my husband.But the loan is defaulted in a nother name but i want to keep my property.it is also inherieted and have other heirs tired to the property.
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Alan May answered:
That's going to depend, entirely, on the language in the contract, they signed with their listing agent/agency.
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Alan May answered:
If you default on a ratified contract (signed and agreed to by both parties), then, yes... you can be sued for breach of contract, and potentially for specific performance.

I'm not an attorney, so this should not be considered legal advice. You should consult with an attorney. ... more
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Obp945s answered:
In my area you cannot inspect a foreclosure because the original owner may still be in the home. When it becomes a REO you then have to wait for the bank to assign an agent. In my experience this adds thousands of dollars to the selling price if the home is in fairly good shape. I take a friend of mine who is a contractor when I visit these homes. It may be something to consider. ... more
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Alan May answered:
nope. Your inspection is part of your due diligence.
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Famham answered:
Queens NY is the most diverse city in the whole USA. Its a fact, I love NYC
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Mikai asked:
I went to a party hosted by my co-worker and learned that his neigbhour was preparing their house for sale. They invited me in. I love the house and their honesty about all the problems.…
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Robert Hayley answered:
In our area, some agents have hired "showing agents" and they pay them a nominal fee to show the house if they get a sign call and it's in another part of town, they're out-of-town, working with another client, etc. I don't know of a service, per se, that will do this. If your brokerage has offices in other areas, you can work referral agreements with other agents. ... more
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Tinagsmith39 asked:
I was living with her before her accident that landed her in the nursing home. I just want to get her and my dad's and my stuff out. Do they have to
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