Parkcarew, I had that experience once. They reviewed the house and found that some of the doors weren't up to code. It was an older house so it needed some work. I was able to point out that the house was built before the regulation, so it had been "grandfathered" in and didn't need to be up to code. That was able to keep me from having to redo it.
Every coop has different requirements. Once you have spoken to a mortgage broker/banker you will know what you can afford. Some coops are strictly owner occupied- no co-signers- so that should be your 1st question when looking.... more
I'm very sorry to hear that, but unfortunately not all of real estate agents provide the same quality of service, as well as particular websites may not have the right feeding source which can be causing that as well.
If you are a BUYER - contact the real estate professional to receive the correct information
If you are a SELLER - contact your selling agent and ask her/him to make immediate corrections.
Your future loan will depend on the appraisal amount when you are ready to close--If you haven't done so, consult with an attorney specializing in real estate before signing any agreement with the seller--he/she will best guide you as to the documents needed, etc.... more