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Fri Sep 25, 2015
Nora Moore answered:
I would look at the HOA rules for a lot of those issues. In general, the HOA is in charge of outside maintenance, so it might be their concern for most of those issues. Specifically, I'd check into their policies on pest control and stuff like that. Getting stung is not something I want to happen on a regular basis. http://www.beeseriousfl.com ... more
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Thu Sep 3, 2015
thinz answered:
I'd recommend you screen several agents to evaluate your current house and get a CMA to see the projection for how quickly you could sell your house and for what price. Make sure you ask for the worst case scenario. Assuming you have a reliable timetable for the new home being completed, I would begin marketing the old house at least 6-9 months out from when you would like to move. Of course if you need the money from the sale for the new house that will change your schedule...so I'm assuming one is independent of the other unless you specify otherwise. Tom Hinz www.shortsaletosell.com ... more
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Wed Oct 22, 2014
Vishal Maher Cell 732-277-9321 answered:
Short sales are not the best ones to work with as a buyer. There can be lot of unpredictable things to happen during a short sale.As a first time buyer, not too many realtor will recommend to buy a short sale. ... more
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Thu Aug 8, 2013
Vishal Maher Cell 732-277-9321 answered:
It is very easy to rent in Monmouth Junction. It is in demand. If you would like to rent your condo and buy one as an investement, I can certainly help you.
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Wed Nov 18, 2009
Vishal Maher Cell 732-277-9321 answered:
Dear Home Buyer,

Your Attorney is the best person to direct you.
To my knowledge, If you have signed the Middlesex MLS standard contract of sale,part of item no. 10b-Responsibilities to cure States clearly,
"If Seller shall fail to agree to cure or correct such defects within said seven(7) calendar days period, or If any part of the dwelling is found to be located within a flood hazard area, or If the environmental condition at the property (other than radon) is incurable and is of such significance as to unreasonably endanger the health of the Buyer, the Buyer shall then have the right to void this contract by notifying the Seller in writing within Seven (7) calendar days thereafter. If Buyer shall fail to void this contract within these seven(7) calendar day period, the Buyer shall have waived his right to cancel this contract and this contract shall remain in full force, and Seller shall be under no obligation to correct or cure any of the defects set forth in the inspections"

I hope this helps!!

Vishal Maher
Richa Realty
Cell# 732-277-9321.
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Wed May 13, 2009
Francesca Patrizio answered:
NJ,

I appears trom the information provided that you should trust what your curent agent is advising and that he/she is hopefully deferring signficant liability advice to an atty. While I am not an attonrney, it appears that you have an option to "opt out." However, before pursing such an option, it is always advisable to consult with an attorney.

Be aware of Realtors that may want to jump on board with you (as a well qualified buyer) in an effort to nullify the current contract in an effort to gain your business.

Love and Peace,
Francesca, Realtor, ePro
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Tue Oct 7, 2008
John Sacktig answered:
Although we are not attorneys... this is how I understand it, I could be wrong.. again as i am not an attorney and I am not giving legal advice or counseling. :)

As I understand it a contract is contingent on two things, a satisfactory inspection of the property and any and all issues are addressed, repaired and the mortgage contingency. If either are not addressed the buyer can get out of the contract and monies returned. This also depends on how these items were addressed by the attorney during attorney review.

I could be wrong, as I am not an attorney. You should speak to your attorney in detail to understand how this works.
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