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Yesterday at 3:16pm
Malcolm Lawson answered:
Hi,

If you give me the property address I can find out what the status of the home is for you.

Malcolm
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Yesterday at 2:59pm
Rebecca Della-Pietra answered:
Hello, Are there any investors in The Palm Beach County area that would be interested in purchasing a home and leasing it back to me to purchase. I am a nurse and make $68,000 and my Fiancee is a nurse as well making $60,000 a year. We make good money and have good rental history. Our credit has been messed up due to one of our children being admitted to a children's hospital back in 2011. It caused us to lose jobs, and ultimately move to Utah to live with Family so we had help to care for our other children while our youngest at the time was admitted to Children's Primary in Salt Lake City. We have both started credit repair and should be able to qualify for a loan of our own within a year. We would really like to have a house to call a home. For ourselves and our children. I found out about Home Partners of America and thought that would be the perfect program for us, but unfortunately the minimum credit score allowed for the program is 575. Which at this time I am about 40 points away from. PLEASE HELP US..... ... more
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Yesterday at 2:04pm
Maricris A answered:
Hi,

We are definitely aware of the influx of scam listings that have recently been appearing on our site. Please know we are actively working to filter out fraudulent listings from our site as we take this issue very seriously, and we appreciate your patience and understanding while we continually refine our process. If there is a specific listing you are reporting, please provide the full property address by replying to this email and I will investigate it immediately.

Regards,

Maricris
Consumer Care advocate
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Yesterday at 1:34pm
Mlesar asked:
Put in a offer for a property for sale and was told that the owner was only interested in renting it.
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Yesterday at 1:34pm
Mlesar asked:
Put in a offer for a property for sale and was told that the owner was only interested in renting it.
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Yesterday at 1:33pm
Mlesar asked:
Put in a offer for a property for sale and was told that the owner was only interested in renting it.
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Yesterday at 1:03pm
Rich Reed answered:
It depends on the terms of your specific purchase agreement. You should ask your Realtor.
Generally, depending on the specific purchase agreement, sellers are usually not obligated to make repairs or renegotiate price. Buyers with open inspection contingencies may have a right to cancel. Generally, the buyer has broad inspection contingency rights, and they may be entitled to the return of the deposit when those rights are exercised in good faith. But ultimately if there is a dispute, a judge or arbitrator may decide the issue, and no one can ever guarantee how any particular case will be decided.
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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Yesterday at 12:55pm
Rich Reed answered:
Are you working with a Realtor? A Realtor should know how to handle this! If you're working with a Realtor as your own exclusive representative, ask your Realtor for advice. If you're not working with a Realtor and are still in the market for buying a property, contact a Realtor in your area and get the help you need.
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.
Best of luck to you!
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Yesterday at 12:53pm
Kri answered:
You don't need an agent to buy a home. I bought my first home without one and sold it with one. I just bought a new home without one.

Also, both my homes I bought from the owner NO broker. I sold my home directly to a buyer. I know a bunch of agents in Portland some are good (as a person) but I tell them "go find a really job" Don't wait for a hardworking citizen to pay your commission. Don't listen to this bs "the seller is the one paying the commission" No body gets paid if the deal don't close. And the deal don't close without a buyer period.

There's a lot of resources nower days. Internet.....Internet... Internet. Just do your research.
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Yesterday at 12:31pm
Steven Hambidge answered:
Wabasso Beach N Vero is a prime spot for rental income. The new regulations now allow for monthly rentals. Depending on your price range I am selling my home there which is just 9 houses from the beach. Have a look at the Trulia listing (link below)

https://www.trulia.com/property/3255616909-1981-W-Sandpiper-Rd-Vero-Beach-FL-32963
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Yesterday at 12:26pm
Scott Godzyk answered:
If it is for the same home, there can be. It is called a dual agent. By law they have to represent each fairly and equally but i often ask how one can get the seller the highest price and get the best deal for the buyer at the same time? Cash buyers well experienced with buying who d not need any help, will often go direct to a listing agent. If you need assistance and want it to be more, than use a buyer agent and not a dual agent ... more
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Yesterday at 11:56am
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Yesterday at 10:19am
Walkow Law Office answered:
Hello,

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