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Home Selling in Forest Park : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Sep 21, 2011
Anthony Cavalea IV answered:
I disagree with Vincent somewhat. Usually, if the codes have changed, you are grandfathered in. I see no reason why this shouldn't be the case.
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Mon Mar 14, 2011
Sondra Savino, SFR answered:
Hi Wolfiea,
I agree with the other agents that have responded, first things first, check your loan documents. Most of the loans we are seeing are not assumable, however there are always exceptions.
Why not sell direct to the person you are considering will assume your mortgage? Rates are still at record low, and now there are great programs and incentives to qualify a buyer. It may be best for you to sell now so you can move forward. I would be happy to provide you with information on the current market value of your unit-email me.
Regarding the potential of renting, if you choose to hang onto the property, check with your association, or your condo decs and bylaws to see if renting is allowed. Some condo buildings allow rentals while other do not, this may help you determine your final decision. Best of luck to you!
If you are interested in hearing how I sold my last Forest Park listing in one day, email me, sondra.savino@bairdwarner.com.
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Wed May 20, 2009
Marion Digre answered:
I can't see how it could have had any negative effect on you as a buyer or even if you had been the seller for that matter. Almost all real estate attorneys I know have title company affiliations. However, there should have been a disclosure in the package you signed when you closed. If I recall correctly, it would have been called something like the Controlled Business Arrangement or something like that. If you have any concerns, you should probably speak to the attorney that represented you at closing. I'm pretty sure they would have known of the seller's attorney title company affiliation. ... more
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