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Yindy Barissa Santana asked:
I would be nice if trulia and for that matter other websites (besides craigslist) that help people with subsidies find their perfect home. Its a shame that there is a big stigma towards…
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Christina Elizabeth answered:
Can anyone help me with this too?! The selling agent is refusing to turn on water and utilities for an inspection prior to closing!!!! Has said over and over we will not turn them on prior to closing. I even offered to pay them myself!!!! So now I cannot buy the home I love!! What am I supposed to do?! Just walk away?! ... more
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Rich Reed answered:
We give our clients expert advice on CA real estate matters, and recommend that legal counsel be obtained when the transaction requires it. The client, being well informed of the available options, decides what action to take; the agents are not parties to the purchase agreement.

If the buyer is being unresponsive, and is represented by a selling agent, I would expect the selling agent to be available, responsive, and communicate well as a matter of professional conduct.

I feel your frustration! Transactions don't have to be that way. Consult with your agent, your broker, and your attorney about your specific purchase agreement!

Hope this helps!
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Bbaker01 asked:
$52k/year with $1,100 in recurring debt (student loans killing me). Want to buy something in the Jacksonville area under $170k. Some simulators say I can only afford $90,000 which I think…
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Abhishek Ghosh asked:
Hello,

My name is Abhishek and we are a developing an app for finding apartments in a neighborhood. We'd also like to show reviews about the neighborhood.

I found that you have…
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davidmoncado asked:
How do I reset the parameters for the type of places I am looking for? I am not interested in single bath homes/condos. One and a half minimum is what I am looking for. I am interested in…
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Rich Reed answered:
Hi, William, do you have a Realtor as your exclusive representative? Doesn't your agent have the answers you need? You should consult with your agent, your broker, and your attorney about your options.

I am not familiar with the particular details of your purchase agreement, so this is general information. Usually, the buyer has the right to conduct inspections and request repairs, but usually, the seller has no obligation to make repairs. The buyer may have the right to cancel the agreement under a contingency if repairs or other remedies, such as repair credits or price reductions, cannot be negotiated that are satisfactory to the parties. The seller may have the right to cancel the agreement if the buyer does not remove contingencies as specified in the purchase agreement. Neither the buyer nor the seller can "just walk away," but rather they each may have cancellation rights under the purchase agreement.

I am a real estate broker qualified to advise you on California real estate matters, not the law. If you desire legal advice, consult with an attorney.

Hope this helps!
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Aliciafavors7 answered:
Hi we are looking to buy a home our credit score is not that high but we have good jobs and my husband we are paying too much for rent we are looking for a program with as little as no down payment can you help us out . My husband has 401 on his job but can only get out a little at this time ... more
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